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  • Coastal Morocco: Waves & Waterfalls

    Now’s the time to explore Morocco on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers. Dive into rock pools and waterfalls, fly high on rooftop bars, and get your shopping on in this whirlwind five-day adventure along the coast of Africa’s northernmost country. Your journey in Morocco includes stops in the village of Izourki Oufella, known for its refined honey and argan oil production, and at the beaches of Essaouira. Enjoy free time to grab a tan or get your feet (and, let’s be honest, the rest of you) wet with a surfing lesson. Short and sweet, this trip is perfect for kicking back or stepping on the gas.

    $ 380
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  • Climb Mt Toubkal

    Jebel Toubkal, Morocco’s highest peak, has captivated mountaineers for centuries. Our ascent up the rocky giant of North Africa — the tallest in the region — is no picnic, but is accessible to anyone in good shape and hungry for a thrilling high-altitude adventure. Traditional Amazigh communities line the route on this trip and you’ll have plenty of time to learn their customs through village visits and overnight camping with hearty home-cooked meals. The views on the way up are spectacular, but nothing compares to what you’ll see (and feel) at the top.

    $ 448
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  • Northern Morocco: Blue Cities & Seas

    Now’s the time to explore Morocco on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers. Modern, ancient, bohemian, sophisticated — no matter how many superlatives you can think of, northern Morocco surpasses them all. We’ve put together a trip that shows you all the best sights while still leaving money for a souvenir or two from the medina. Over seven days, you’ll tour old-world Fès and the famous blue-and-white buildings of Chefchaouen, then explore mysterious Marrakech and the bustle of Djeema El Ona. If you want to score serious culture points, there’s nowhere better than beautiful Morocco.

    $ 482
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  • Moroccan Desert Adventure: River Canyons & Camels

    Now’s the time to explore Marrakech on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers. Is there life on Mars? You might think you’ve found it on this lively one-week journey through Morocco, Marrakech, and its other-worldly surroundings. Join other young travellers in cruising through the stunning Sahara, rock climbing in Todra (sorry, no free soloing), and basking in the beauty of the Atlas Mountains. Explore the kasbahs and desert as you lose the herd on a trip you’ll never forget.

    $ 593
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  • Morocco: Deserts & Beaches

    Now’s the time to explore Morocco on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers. Fall in love with the desert life and Moroccan culture on this 11-day tour through the country. Guided by your trusty CEO (Chief Experience Officer), you’ll visit incredible sites like the Kasbah of Aït Ben Haddou, spend the night in unique accommodations like a traditional mountain gîte, and hit the coast with surf lessons of the beaches of Taghazout.

    $ 672
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  • Morocco Kasbahs & Desert

    Perfect for travellers looking for a fast-paced trip, this short but sweet adventure offers up a great combination of Morocco’s must-see highlights and a little free time to explore on your own. Tour the dunes from atop a camel for an authentic way to experience the Sahara, explore high-walled kasbahs and wander the labyrinthine alleys of Fès and Marrakech, all allowing you to discover the history and rugged natural beauty of mysterious Morocco.

    $ 764
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  • Morocco: Markets & Mountains

    Now’s the time to explore Morocco on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers. Not going to lie, there might not be a better way to spend just under two weeks than travelling around marvelling at Morocco. In a country with no shortage of majestic sights, we make sure to hit all the main ones, including Fès, Chefchaouen, the Atlas Mountains, and plenty of souks to shop in and medinas to explore. After a camel ride through the desert and a few market barters under your belt, you’ll get the feeling you could get used to this kind of thing.

    $ 897
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