Our roaming author and photographer Anthon Jackson has travelled to over eighty countries, from journeying across Iran and Egypt to researching for Rough Guides in Indonesia and India. Here he shares some of his favourite images of Morocco, a country with "plenty of dreamy spots to wander around with a camera."
"On my first visit to Morocco it was clear pretty early on that I'd have to come back, most likely many times. So far, I've most been drawn to the old casbahs and shady palm groves of the otherwise barren Draa Valley, and the labyrinthine alleyways of its charming medinas, with their beautiful tile patterns and bold colour schemes."
Agdz, the southern oases routes
The tanneries in Fez
Ait Benhaddou, Sahara
Essaouira medina, the Atlantic Coast
El Jadida, the Atlantic Coast
The city walls of Essaouira, the Atlantic Coast
Les Pierres Bleues, near Tafraoute
Fountains of Fez
The Toubkal Massif, the High Atlas
N'Kob, southeastern Morocco
A water carrier, Marrakesh
You can see more of Anthon's work on his Facebook page and portfolio. Explore more of Morocco with the Rough Guide to Morocco. Compare flights, book hostels for your trip, and don’t forget to purchase travel insurance before you go.
Liked this? Discover more great photography with Rough Guides on Pinterest:
Visit Rough Guides's profile on Pinterest.