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School trips & visits to Morocco

From the desolate sand dunes, to the striking peaks of the Atlas Mountains, crowned as one of the most diverse countries in Africa, Morocco has educational adventure written all over it! Souks, spices and bazaars are beckoning your students! Time to spice up your life!

School trip itinerary to Morocco

We’ve pulled together the perfect educational itinerary for your next adventure. Don’t forget we tailor-make our educational tours to suit your students.

Day 1

Your students will start their day by getting a true taste of Morocco. Visiting popular sites such as the beautiful Rabat's Oudaias Kasbah neighbourhood. In the evening, your group will be lost in an atmosphere that's hard to beat, soaking up the real Morocco with a traditional meal.

Day 2

Your group will wake up early and visit North Africa’s most iconic mountain range - the Atlas Mountains. Whether they trek the hills, or just admire the view from the valleys, they will be in awe of this place. It’s purely magnificent! Make sure you pack your selfie sticks.

Day 3

The group will start their day by visiting the incredibly popular souks and markets. Bartering in the souks is a friendly game and a big part of the Moroccan culture, so ignore the first price and start haggling. Your students might find themselves travelling home with a bargain!

Day 4

On their last day, your students will spend their morning gathering up ingredients from the local markets for a Moroccan cooking class in the afternoon, a true taste of Morocco! In the late afternoon the group will be heading to the airport to catch their flights back home. 

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