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Morocco Journal Entry | Drive to the Sahara & Chefchaounen (the blue city)

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We left Fès in the early morning, leaving the quiet sanctuary of the riad, scrambling behind a porter with his cart loaded with our luggage, through the narrow passageways to the streets bordering the outer walls of the Medina. There was no stopping for a photo of a donkey carrying a load: left, right, left and the porter was go...
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Guest Review: We Had a Wonderful Trip to Morocco

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The Seltzer-Blaue family of four, including two teens, chose Wildland for their spring break adventure to Morocco. Although they are very well traveled, they had never planned a trip with us before so there was a lot of back and forth designing a trip just right for them...  "We had traveled extensively prior to Morocco. We spoke with the othe...
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Advice for Traveling to Morocco, from a Wild Alum

Advice for Traveling to Morocco, from a Wild Alum
Three-time Wildland Adventures alumni Tom & Patti Saunders recently returned from a 13-day exploration of Morocco that roamed from the medinas of Fez and Marrakech to the serene oceanside town of Essouira to the oases and kasbahs of the Skoura Valley to the windswept dunes of Erg Chebbi They even emailed us in the midst of their journey to share their happiness: “For now, just a quick email to thank you. This trip has truly been amazing. We've just arrived in Marrakech and I have to let you know that the accommodations, choice of route, guides, our exceptional driver Kamal , our camel in the Sahara, the Atlas Mountains experience, and every day of this tour, could not have been better. What an experience. Enchanting!” Descriptions don’t do Morocco justice but the Saunders’ comments about traveling there should be inspiration for everyone. Here’s some more, in their own words:  What were...
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Morocco: One of the best family trips we have ever taken.

Morocco: One of the best family trips we have ever taken.
Bill and Marcia Hochkammer took their extended family of 11 including their adult children and grandchildren on our Morocco Adventure during the school holiday in December.  "All eleven of us agreed that this was one of the best family trips we have ever taken.  We were able to take a break with other kinds of cuisine – we had an Italian lunch and a French dinner which were both good." "Our experiences in Fez were among the highlights of the trip.  The tour of the city was excellent; we enjoyed the markets and the shopping.  The riad in the medina was an excellent place to say; delicious food and a very friendly owner." "The trip into the Sahara desert and the camp were a highlight.  We enjoyed the camel rides; the tents we slept in and the food was excellent (we had the best breakfast of our trip at the...
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A father and daughter adventure in Morocco: Insight into the Moroccan way of life.

A father and daughter adventure in Morocco: Insight into the Moroccan way of life.
Tony Muir called in January to arrange a Springtime adventure in Morocco for him and his adult daughter. She had limited vacation time so they picked our Exotic Morocco trip. Tony decided to stay on a few more days at a Berber guest house in the Atlas Mountains outside Marrakech for some more hiking among villages under the snow-capped mountain peaks. In her trip evaluation Sara recounted, "My dad chose the trip, but we both wanted lots of culture and local flavor, in addition to the adventures that hiking and cameling in the desert supplied. We also wanted to see a lot of Morocco in just a short time, so the trip by car was a necessity." "I really loved my time in the desert, riding camels both at sunset and sunrise. This was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The desert camp accommodations were outstanding. The weather was perfect, the camel was...
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