Trip Dates & Prices Upcoming DeparturesTrip StatusPriceJoin Us! November 5-13, 2016 (Women-Only Tour)Only 3 Spots Left!$3750 $3450 Payment Options Double Occupancy $3,450.00 USD Single Occupancy $3,750.00 USD Deposit Only $500.00 USD Mountains, Medinas and the Mediterranean. Sahara, Souqs, Surfing. Camels, Crafts, Couscous. There are too many words to describe Morocco to boil it down to just a simple phrase. Morocco is a rich mix of Berber, Arab and French culture. A land as much defined by its geographic as by its people. Morocco is border in the east by the vast and desolate Sahara desert. On the west is the Mediterranean and in the north and center are a series of rugged mountain ranges. Whether an outdoor enthusiast, a foodie, or excited to learn about a place through its history — Morocco has something for every traveler. For questions on an upcoming tour contact ArchaeoAdventures’ Director, Genevieve Hathaway at email@example.com or by phone at +001 (425) 243-9357. Tour Details:Links: Tour: Majestic Morocco - Best of Morocco Upcoming Dates: November 5-13, 2016 (Women-Only); Number of Days: 9 Country: Morocco Cost: $3750$3450 Single Supplement: $300 Type: Women-Only Tour Trip Size: Limited to 6 adventurous travelers. (Minimum 4 travelers.) Unique Feature: Explore Morocco with our knowledgeable and engaging local female guides. * Detailed Itinerary * What's Included * Cost Details * Is this tour right for you? * Activity Level * Safety * Visa Info * Tour Fine Print * Photo Gallery Highlights: Enjoy Marrakech‘s wild, crazy and highly entertaining Jemaa El FNA. By day acrobats, snake charmers, dancers and musicians wow the crowds and by night local restaurants have a cook off. Explore the twisting medieval labyrinths connecting Fez‘s ancient souks, mosques, and medina — the most complete medieval city in the Arab World. Travel through the High Atlas Mountains amongst snow-capped peaks and Berber tribes — the roof of North Africa. Take a camel trek in the massive, rolling Erg Chebbi dunes in the Sahara desert, and camp under the stars in this dramatic and wild landscape. Bargain for Bedouin-made jewelry, spices and ceramics amongst the blue-washed buildings of Chefchaouen’s medina. Explore Morocco in a small-group tour. Limited to 6 adventurous ladies. Overview: Day 1: Arrive in Marrakech Arrive in Marrakech, Morocco’s Red City. Stay in a historic riad close to the Jemaa el-Fna, in the heart of Morocco’s ancient medina. Welcome meeting and orientation. Day 2: Marrakech, Morocco’s Red City Explore Marrakech’s legendary Medina on a walking tour. Watch snake charmers, street performers, musicians, and henna tattoo artists work their trade at Marrakech’s famous square the Djemaa el-Fna. Walk to halls of the stunning Bahia Palace to gain a true appreciation of the wealth that the Moroccan Berber kings. Take in the opulent Saadian Tombs, belonging to Sultan Ahmed al-Mansour ed-Dahbi and his family. Enjoy free time in the afternoon to relax in a Moroccan hammam (spa), to a little shopping, or photograph the winding streets of the Medina on your own. Learn about Moroccan culture at the Café Clock’s Kech Download evening event. Day 3: Ait Benhaddou, Dades Gorge, Road of a Thousand Kasbahs, The Sahara Desert Explore the twisting red sandstone laneways and towering walks of the ancient Ait Benhaddou Kasbah. Marvel at the dramatic, rugged river valley of the Dades Gorge. Journey back in time on the ‘Road of a Thousand Kasbahs’ Spend the night in the shadow of the Erg Chebbi dunes, on the duneline, where the rocky western desert meets the sand of the Sahara Day 4: Camel trek in the Sahara, Camp in the Erg Chebbi dunes Sunrise dunes walk into the Erg Chebbi dunes Camel trek through the rolling dunes of the Sahara to our cozy desert camp site. Climb to the top of a massive dune and enjoy the stillness of the great sea of sand. Camp under the stars in comfortable traditional Berber tents. Day 5: Travel to Fez Enjoy dramatic views and vistas as we drive through the High Atlas and Middle Atlas mountain ranges traveling from the Sahara Desert to the ancient city of Fez. Day 6: Fez, Morocco’s Yellow City Explore Fez’s ancient medina, getting lost in the maze of small laneways many of which date back 1200 years.. Learn how Morocco’s crafts are made on our walking tour of Fez. There will be opportunities to take photographs of artisans at work. Listen to the melodious Call to Prayer echo off the ancient minarets and thick medina walls, while sipping Berber tea from one of the many café terraces overlooking the old city. Enjoy some free time to explore Fez on your own, shop for local crafts, photograph the ancient city, or relax in one of Fez’ many excellent hammams. Day 7: Rif Mountains and Chefchaouen, Morocco’s Blue City Bargain for Bedouin-made jewelry, spices and ceramics amongst the blue-washed buildings of Chefchaouen’s medina. Enjoy sweet and savory chicken or vegetable pastilles, a famous local dish. Watch the sunset from the Spanish Mosque, high over Chefchaouen. The twinkling lights of the village illuminating the pastel blue buildings. Day 8: Casablanca, Morocco’s White City Marvel at the stunning Hassan II Mosque, the third largest mosque in the world, with its towering 210m-high minaret (the tallest in the world) and dramatic location on a rocky outcrop over the sea. Enjoy Casablanca’s cosmopolitan cafes, shops and waterfront promenade. Reminisce about our adventures at our farewell dinner at one of the very best Moroccan restaurants in Casablanca. Day 9: Depart for Home After an amazing 9-days in Morocco, it is time to depart for home with a suitcase full of memories…and maybe a few mementos. NOTE: We do our best to follow this itinerary, but sites can close unexpectedly and without prior notice according to the discretion of the Moroccan government. Morocco is completing much needed restoration work, and at times this may effect or access to sites or parts of towns. In case of unexpected need to alter hotels, restaurants, treks or other in-country operators, we will substitute a company or experience of equal to greater value. For questions about the tour please contact our tour director, Genevieve Hathaway at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +001 (425) 243-9357. Past Tours Photo Gallery Click through the photos below to see the adventures from our past Morocco tours.