Situated at the northern most extreme of Africa, Morocco has long attracted travelers who are lured by tales of its exotic markets, endless desserts, alluring coastline, and rugged mountains. Today it is a country that finds itself cautiously entering the 21st century while remaining loyal to deeply traditional roots. Upon arrival one is immediately captivated by the geographic diversity of Morocco’s landscapes. Whether navigating the heaving bazaar in Fez, winding your way through the narrow and tightly packed back alleys of Marrakech’s medina, surfing the perfect breaks of Essauira’s beaches, or hiking in the Rif mountains above the charming village of Chefchaouan, you will be entranced by amazing Morocco.
We aim to inspire and invite you to join our curated journeys through exotic imperial cities and Berber villages. Discover the melting pot of ancient and modern sights, smells and sounds that emerge you deep into a culture that tells a story filled with ancient architecture, vibrant arts scenes, exotic gardens and some of the best markets in the world. There’s nowhere else like Morocco.
Official Language: Moroccan Arabic (Darija), Moroccan Berber (Tamazight) and French are the primary languages; services are often available in English.
Fun Fact: In 1913, Rabat was made the capital city of Morocco by the French, because Morocco had no fixed capital at the time.
Open Enrollment Programs
Open Enrollment programs are available to individual high school students who are interested in traveling with other students from across the country.
Custom Group Sample Itineraries
Below please find a selection of sample itineraries that have been custom-tailored for high school educators and their students to fit specific learning objectives and goals.