Wander Across Morocco
From the mesmerizing towns and cities of Marrakech and Meknes to the towering Rif and High Atlas Mountains, from the magical Sahara desert to the natural wonder that is the Dades Valley…and a lengthy list of off-the-beaten path experiences along the way.
You’ll sleep in a traditional nomad tent out in the desert, visit local villages and learn about the traditional life of the Berbers and Bedouins. You’ll visit markets and ancient cities, go for a hike through beautiful gorges and take a 4WD adventure into seldom-explored and otherworldly natural landscapes. And you’ll also have time to simply enjoy the people, food and relaxed pace of life.
Every day in Morocco offers something new and rewarding…are you ready?
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Guide for: All Southeast Asia tours (Thailand/Cambodia, Vietnam, Bangkok to Singapore)
When I was 12 my mother won a trip to France by guessing the number of mechano pieces in the Eiffel Tower at our local shopping centre. My parents over-capitalised on the trip and we visited 13 countries in 3 weeks. When we returned it seemed the whole family settled back into the daily grind with a sense of relief. I was restless for a long time afterwards, constantly reliving the experience and reminding myself of everything I had seen. I started to study maps, learn capitals, collect currencies and regretted not learning a second language. I ended up in South East Asia working as a guide, sharing my passion for travel with others. I found that as I went back to each country – my attachment grew deeper. I got to see each place I visited through the eyes of those I travelled with. Every morning that I wake up to see Angkor Wat, trek the Boloven Plateau or sail the Thai Islands…I am grateful my mother took such a good guess at the number of pieces in the Eiffel Tower.
Physical Level: Medium
While the tour itself is not very strenuous, please note that it can involve the following: somewhat long days, a good amount of walking, being in the sun in potentially hot temperatures, long journeys, early morning wake-ups and other similar scenarios.
- Accommodation (twin share)
- Transportation within Morocco
- All activities and entrance fees
- Local guides
- Breakfast every day
- 8 lunches/dinners
- Flights to/from Morocco
- Meals and activities not mentioned
- Travel insurance
- Passport/visa fees
Prices are based on twin-share. Solo travelers of the same sex will be placed together in a room with two beds. We will be using mid-range guesthouses/hotels/riads of good quality that offer comfortable facilities. One night will also be spent in a desert yurt, with up to 4 people sharing one yurt. (If you wish to have your own room, the single supplement cost is $500 USD.)
Subject to change – All itineraries are subject to change due to unforeseen situations. Read more »