- Explore six UNESCO World Heritage sites, from the enchanting medinas of Fez and Marrakech to the Roman ruins of Volubilis.
- Venture into the Sahara on a 4x4 and spend a night among the sweeping sand dunes of the world’s largest desert.
- Learn to cook up a mouthwatering tagine with a Moroccan chef.
- Wander the white-washed lanes of coastal Essaouira and enjoy live Gnaoua music.
Discover the rich cultural heritage of Morocco, where many distinct peoples have left their indelible mark—from ancient Romans to the Arabs to the French–and encounter the living legacy of North Africa’s indigenous Amazigh, or Berbers. Explore the atmospheric souks of Marrakech and Fez, witnessing age-old crafts like damascening and hand-painted ceramics; venture to the ancient adobe village of Aït Ben Haddou, used as a filming location for many Hollywood productions; and enjoy lunch with an Amazigh family in a small oasis village. Then head to Essaouria, the windy Atlantic city that was a onetime haven for pirates—and now musicians.
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