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Dear Friends and Fellow Travelers, I built ArchaeoAdventures as a two way street — to change women travelers’ perspectives on the Middle East and North Africa (called the MENA region) and to offer good jobs at good wages to the very talented women in tour guiding, tourism logistics, inbound operators, hotel managers, and site management […]

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Enjoy highlights from our Egypt Explorer tour and fuel your travel dreams. Join us on our next women’s tour to Egypt, February 7-20, 2016. How would you write your own story in Egypt?

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Tucked into a fold of Morocco‘s northeastern Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen is a tiny mountain hamlet that provides travelers an atmospheric home-base for exploring forested hiking trails, stunning river gorges, and Chefchaouen’s historic Medina. Founded in 1471, Chefchaouen is a beautiful mix of Moroccan and Andalucian architecture with cobbled laneways twisting through the Medina to Plaza […]

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ArchaeoAdventures’ free monthly travel newsletter is published and off to subscribers inboxes. In this issue we cover the art of packing light and right by Joanie Maro, we feature the blue city of Morocco – Chefchaouen — in our destination spotlight, have an insightful interview with Malika Ben Allal on her work as a Moroccan […]

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“There’s a saying in Morocco that when a storyteller dies, a library burns,” Master Storyteller Hajj Ahmed Ezzarghani told Al Jazeera. Morocco’s storytelling traditions goes back thousands of years to a time in Morocco’s history of Berber kings, burgeoning spice and gold trade, growing cities, and an expanding empire. Locally called hikayat, storytelling was a way […]

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