Morocco Geography School Trips
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Morocco Geography School Trips

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Morocco

Morocco is geographically located in Northern Africa along the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.  It is a wonderful destination for all the curious geographers out there and can offer endless educational opportunities.Explore the diversity this country has to offer from the bustling city of Marrakech.

Let your feet free on the sandy dunes of the Sahara Desert where you can truly appreciate the spectacular landscapes.  With a great welcoming, captivating culture and refreshing cuisines, you’ll never want to leave!The topography of Morocco varies as its northern coast and interior regions are mountainous, while its coast features fertile plains where much of the country's agriculture takes place.  There are also valleys interspersed between Morocco's mountainous areas.  The highest point in Morocco is Jebel Toubkal which rises to 13,665 feet (4,165 m), while its lowest point is Sebkha Tah which is -180 feet (-55 m) below sea level.Do you want to learn more?

Contact Adaptable Travel today to start organising your next bespoke educational tour to Morocco!

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Suggested Itinerary

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Arrive in Marrakech and transfer to the hotel near the city center. (Hotel El Andalous and Spa or similar. Dinner provided)

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Depart across the plain of Haouz (stopping to see some Targa wells which follow the ancient waterways and are a legacy of Berber irrigation. The route then climbs into the High Atlas and to the valley of Ourigane). Take a walk to see a Berber village and meet the villagers before heading to an overnight gite at Ijoukak. (Full Board)

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Take the winding route over the Tizi n Test pass and travel down the southern slopes of the High Atlas to the agriculture of the saffron fields. Carry onto Ouarzazate and see the hamada or rocky desert around the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou Night in a hotel near Ait ben Haddou. Auberge Les Roses du sable or similar. (Full Board)

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After a morning to visit the Kasbah and walk in the Hamada Terrain, take the road up to the tops of the High Atlas Visit the Glaoui palace at Telouet, seeing the changes in types of houses from the desert type rock buildings to the pise or mud-brick of the mountains. Evening in Marrakech Hotel (Full Board)

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A chance to explore Marrakech in the morning Afternoon flight from Marrakech airport. Breakfast and lunch.

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01

Arrive in Marrakech and transfer to the hotel near the city center. (Hotel El Andalous and Spa or similar. Dinner provided)

02

Depart across the plain of Haouz (stopping to see some Targa wells which follow the ancient waterways and are a legacy of Berber irrigation. The route then climbs into the High Atlas and to the valley of Ourigane). Take a walk to see a Berber village and meet the villagers before heading to an overnight gite at Ijoukak. (Full Board)

03

Take the winding route over the Tizi n Test pass and travel down the southern slopes of the High Atlas to the agriculture of the saffron fields. Carry onto Ouarzazate and see the hamada or rocky desert around the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou Night in a hotel near Ait ben Haddou. Auberge Les Roses du sable or similar. (Full Board)

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After a morning to visit the Kasbah and walk in the Hamada Terrain, take the road up to the tops of the High Atlas Visit the Glaoui palace at Telouet, seeing the changes in types of houses from the desert type rock buildings to the pise or mud-brick of the mountains. Evening in Marrakech Hotel (Full Board)

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A chance to explore Marrakech in the morning Afternoon flight from Marrakech airport. Breakfast and lunch.

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