Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla recently hit up Morocco to celebrate their seventh anniversary together! Their photos are absolutely dreamy and they make us want to go on our own epic vacay. Here, we rounded up all the places they visited:
This old city is known for its striking blue-washed buildings and cobbled lanes! It's also called Morocco's "blue pearl" or "blue city."
The city of Volubilis is considered as the ancient capital of the kingdom of Mauretania and is actually a UNESCO World Heritage Site! Volubilis is one of Morocco's best-preserved Roman ruins and is located between the Imperial Cities of Fez and Meknes on a fertile plain surrounded by wheat fields.
The Sahara Desert
There's nothing like sand dunes to make one feel like they're in the live-action Aladdin movie! Kath even captioned one of her photos, "BRB, waiting for my magic carpet ride!"
Also a former imperial city, Marrakesh is famous for its palaces, gardens, and mosques. The marketplaces or souks are packed with vendors and stalls selling all kinds of local handicrafts such as traditional textiles, pottery, and jewelry. Kath even learned how to make her own argan oil!
Located in Marrakesh, this tourist destination is a botanical garden which was created by French Orientalist artist Jacques Majorelle. The villa houses the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech, the Berber Museum, and the recently-opened Musée Yves Saint Laurent.
Kathryn shared that, in between destinations, she and DJ stopped to pick oranges, take photos with sheep, feed monkeys, buy cherries, and visit fossil shops! She wrote, "We'll probably miss these random stopovers the most!"
Kath ended her Instagram series with a photo of the gorgeous Moroccan sunset from their plane. "This photo does not give justice to the beautiful sunset that greeted us upon take off. It's almost as if it was saying goodbye," she captioned. "Perfect way to end our trip! Thank you, Morocco! You were everything we expected and more!"
*This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.