Morocco is a very beautiful country that Filipinos shouldn’t miss especially that we are visa-free there! Yes. You heard it right, we, Filipinos don’t need to obtain a visa prior to travelling to Morocco.
It has been a year since our flight to Morocco. This has long been overdue but I felt I still need to provide other Filipino travellers with some helpful tips on having your Moroccan trip fun-filled and budget-friendly. Continue reading Moroccan Trip for Filipinos..
If there is one thing I won’t forget in our Morocco trip, it will be our journey to Ait Ben Haddou. I can’t forget the long travel we had going there, the steep walk towards the summit and the unforgettable jolly old man (86-year old!) Mr Abdou as our tour guide.
We really wanted to go to Essaoira due to the fact that some of Game of Thrones’ scenes were shot in this beautiful place.. The motif of the whole city is blue and white just like the colour of the ocean where it is located beside..
But as you get inside the city, and walked along the narrow passageways and alleys, you will see the colourful side of it. Lots of patterns and colours mixed together but very pleasing to the eyes.
Atlas Film is considered the world’s largest film studio, with most of the property consists of desert and mountains. It was a long journey from Marrakech but as you entered the place, you will be taken to the wonderful world of films.
You can learn the life of a Gladiator in Rome, enter the City of Yunkai with Daenerys or escape the wrath of The Mummy with the O’Connells in Egypt.
On our 3rd day in Morocco, we spent half of our day exploring Jardin Majorelle and the rest of the day seeing the beauty and warmth of Marrakech. Its earth tones gave us the feeling of calmness throughout our stay.