Come on an adventure with me into Morocco’s mysterious Marrakech. There’s a deep sense of history that you can taste. It’s vivid. The whole city mesmerizes with its deep beauty and hints of secrets around every bend as the Medina snakes in and out of the souks, down hidden alleyways with stacks of handwoven carpets, exotic spices and treasures of all sorts.

After spending a week in the Atlas Mountains with the Berber family, I snuck in a few days exploring Marrakech. Here’s a taste of what I saw. Back at it tomorrow for the next adventure in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia. Click any photo to expand.

See more of my travel photography here, loves.

Written by Ryan Bolton

Ryan is a Toronto-based writer and photographer that likes to break the rules. His work has taken him around the world to do what he truly loves—storytelling. And drinking cold beer.


  1. Gorgeous images! I spent about 10 days in Marrakech in November and took SO many photos of all the amazing colors! I’ve made it through 2 blog posts, but I bet there will be about 10 more, ha!


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