New Travel Seminar: Exploring Exotic Morocco – Medinas, Mosques and Mountains

Join ArchaeoAdventures’ Director Genevieve Hathaway as she shares all her travel tips, tricks, and photos from exotic Morocco. She will be speaking as part of Edmonds’ Savvy Traveler Shop’s Fall travel seminars series.

Date: January 16, 2016
Time: 1pm
Location: Savvy Traveler, Edmonds, Washington
Cost: Free, but does require registration. Limited seating available so register early.

Morocco is a country as much defined and shaped by its people as by its geography. A rich mix of ancient history, dramatic landscapes, vibrant colors, and a thriving modern culture of Berber, Arab and French heritage. Ancient medinas and towering mosques dominate city skylines. The mighty Sahara desert, white-capped rugged peaks of the High Atlas Mountains and turquoise waters of the Mediterranean provide breathtaking views. Even its costal cosmopolitan cities exude an air of the exotic and mystical as the call to prayer echoes off glass and steel of modern skyscrapers. Join Genevieve Hathaway, Director of ArchaeoAdventures Tours, on a visually stunning journey through exciting and exotic Morocco. Genevieve will share what this fascinating county has to offer travelers. Explore the enchanting and color-coordinated Imperial cities of Morocco (Fez, Marrakech, Casablanca and Chefchaouen), navigate the ancient caravan routes over the High Atlas Mountains on the ‘Road of a Thousand Kasbahs’, learn about the fierce and proud Berber culture, get off the beaten path with the Bedouin, take a memorable camel trek through the towering dunes of the Sahara desert, and gain tips on connecting with Morocco’s friendly locals.

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