From the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara Desert, bustling cities to isolated hamlets, Morocco has something for everyone in your school.
The trekking offers challenges for all levels, whether your students just fancy a doodle or a long hike up Mount Toubaji (the highest point in North Africa at 4,167m).
During your expedition you will encounter the incredible Berber people in their mountain communities, highly hospitable hosts, with a long and proud history across the region.
And if trekking isn’t really your thing, then White Water rafting might just float your boat!
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Trekking on camels while riding through the desert
Exploring Marrakech's famous square Jeema el Fna
Rural village life
Grade - moderate
Altitude - 55m - 4,165m
Visa - No visa required but passport must be valid for your entire stay in Morocco.
Capital - Rabat
Official Language - Arabic and Berber
Population - 33.2 million
Climate - Hot most of the year round. Especially in the Summer. Winter is November - February and temperatures can drop to around 10c at night.
Religion - Islam
Currency - Moroccan Dirham