Western coastline, interior mountain ranges and Sahara Desert to the east
The interior has high temperatures in summer and is cold in winter, cooler at coast and in the mountains
Ahh Morocco. That magical destination where colors seem that bit brighter and sensations sharpen. Explore dramatic gorges on foot, traverse the Atlas Mountains by bike and climb on a camel to marvel at the sights and stars of the Sahara Desert. Whichever angle you choose, a school expedition to Morocco will be rich with culture and interaction. Uncover ancient Kasbahs, sample the spice markets and bargain for leatherwear in the souks. Savor hard earned highlights like reaching Mt Toubkal’s summit or go off grid and be immersed in traditional Berber culture.
Make friends in Berber villages, learn how we’re helping protect working mules and collaborate with local communities to improve sanitation in schools, promoting the participation of girls in education. Morocco is your adventure to shape.
Enjoy the theatre of haggling with traders and savor the mystique as you take an evening stroll through the bustling souks of Marrakech. Dine out at the impressive Djemaa El Fna Square as it springs to life within hours, showcasing a dramatic fusion of snake charmers, musicians and storytellers.
Bike the Atlas Mountains
Grab a mountain bike and feel the breeze as you cycle through the Atlas Mountains. Drink in spectacular scenery and do it at pace. If you’re not so bothered about covering ground, take a more leisurely route weaving through the urban luxury of the palmery in Marrakech.
Improve access to education
Over 6,000 schools in Morocco do not have access to toilet facilities. Imagine what that feels like, especially as a girl. Collaborating with local schools we’re supporting the installation of sanitation blocks to help overcome barriers for females in education. Get involved.
See sunset in the Sahara Desert
Sleep in a Berber camp and watch the sunset and the stars blaze in the Sahara Desert. Mount a camel and head out into the dunes to experience traditional hospitality, mint tea and roaring campfires.
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