My Moroccan backpacking adventure has now come to an end – but although I’ve left the sunny surf of Taghazout behind and a whole heap of new friends to continue my adventure I still have thousands of pictures from my 4 months living and working there as a surf coach.

From a photography perspective especially Morocco is a heaps good place to explore with a camera – from the winding mazes of the souks through to the amazing ocean sunsets.

It’s been a tough decision but here are some of my top travel pics from my time there – all shot through my iPhone 5 and edited up using the Camera+ app …hopefully they’ll inspire you to put Northern Africa on your bucket list.

(just click on the images to enlarge them!)

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    • Chris

      hahaha i’m terrified of heights Neil so I opted out! One of my surf students took a GoPro to the highest jump though!

  1. John

    In the last few weeks Morocco has suddenly become the place I want to go to next. It looks pretty amazing and I hear the food is great also. Am planning on Southeast Asia later in the year when I leave Europe, but am thinking a stop in Morocco just beforehand is a must.
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    • Chris

      it’s really good fun John – I’d just say don’t overstay which I think I did a bit! Guess it’s a completely different ball game backpacking it rather than working there though! If you go to Marrakech make sure you stay at Equity Point though – an epic hostel (and get down south and surf too of course!)
      where about in Asia are you heading? I totally recommend Cambodia!


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