Morocco

BN
May 21 - 30, 2020
Group size: 12 - 25
Morocco
Morocco


May 21 - 30, 2020
Group size: 12 - 25

About this trip

Join the Black Nomad team as we take you on a journey to 5 Moroccan cities: Fez, Marrakech, Merzouga, Tangier and Chefcaouen. 


Prepare for your senses to be slapped. Marrakech's heady sights and sounds will dazzle, frazzle and enchant. Put on your babouches (leather slippers) and dive right in. One of the gateways to Africa and a mix of culture and traditions, Morocco offers something to satisfy all curiosities. From the labyrinth of the souks, to the vastness of the desert, through the lush Atlas mountains, we'll guide you from marvelous experience to inspiring encounter. 

What’s included

  • Daily Breakfast
  • Transfer to the Sahara
  • Two Nights Sahara Desert
  • Moroccan Desert
    Moroccan Desert Experience
  • Walking Tour
    The Essence of Marrakech Walking Tour
  • Market Tour
    Marrakech Market tour + Photo Walk
  • Visit Chefchaouen-
    Visit Chefchaouen - Morocco’s famous blue city
  • Visit Cascade d’ Akchou
    Waterfall adventure Day
  • Give Back Session
  • Fez
    Fez Leather Tannery
  • Souk Tour
  • Welcome Dinner
  • Untitled Item
    Traditional Berber Drumming Circle
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    Airport Transfer
  • Flights
    International and Internal Flights
  • Food
    Most lunches and dinners
  • Visa (if applicable)
  • Transportation
    Transportation to places not included in itinerary
  • Tips for guides & driver
  • Travel Insurance
  • Rail
    Rail Service Between Cities
  • Untitled Item
    Any Activities not listed in What's Included

Your Organizer


BN
Black Nomad
Black nomad is a digital platform for black people and other people of color to share their experiences, resources, and tools for international solo travel on a college kid budget.  Founded in 2013 by Auzzi "Orville" Aiken, Black Nomad was created as an acknowledgment and overall celebration of the unique experience of being a black explorer. With his desire for exploration and individual liberation, Auzzi began the documentation of his travels through Brazil and many other South American countries; this Nomad-like lifestyle expanded t