University & College Travel & Tourism Trip To Marrakech
For an unforgettable experience, bustling Marrakech will enlighten your students into new cultures and traditions to aid them in their travel and tourism studies back in the UK.
Jardin Majorelle botanical garden
Crafts and woodwork at the Dar Si Said Museum
The ancient Saadian Tombs
A breathtaking day out to the Atlas Mountains
*Please note, entrance fees where applicable are not included in typical price – contact us for more details
The souks are the labyrinthine markets that have become a symbolic image of Morocco. Your students can spend hours exploring the Aladdin’s Caves of carpets, leathers, lanterns and pottery. Speciality produce that forms the basis of Moroccan cooking such as olives, pickles, citrus and dried fruits are in abundant display and haggling is encouraged.
This square is a well-loved communal space for locals and tourists, at the heart of old Marrakech. By day it is an alfresco food bazaar where henna tattooists, snake charmers and medicine men ply their trade. By night it is alive with cooking smoke, acrobats from the Atlas Mountains, dancers, storytellers and folk musicians playing into the night
This mountain route through the High Atlas links Marrakech with Ouarzazate, reaching an altitude of 2,260m above sea level. What makes this pass so special is the range of Atlas environments experienced, from the barren peaks and Haouz plains to the verdant foothills of Oued Zat. Witness how the forces of nature have helped shape these mountains, offering an insight into the plate tectonics and fold mountain formation.
The World Heritage site of Ait Benhaddou is a fortified city on the old caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech. The building has recently been restored but retains the atmosphere that has prompted its use in many films over the years, including The Sheltering Sky and Gladiator.
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