Morocco

IT
3 reviews
Oct 16 - 29, 2022
Group size: 10 - 20
Morocco
Morocco

3 reviews

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Oct 16 - 29, 2022
Group size: 10 - 20

About this trip

 “Welcome. Welcome in Morocco” – this direct translation of an Arabic salutation is the greeting one receives many times every day in Morocco.  It embodies the genuinely welcoming spirit of the entire country.  This is a refreshing destination for Americans - a democratic, moderate Muslim culture.  Evidence of the country’s prosperity and forward thinking are everywhere: good infrastructure, cleanliness, and a distinct lack of the “hassle factor” seen in much of the developing world.  And the lineup of knock-out sights is impressive:  the “Blue Pearl” of Chefchaouen, the Medieval ambience and fascinating dye pits of Fes, the Roman ruins of Volubilis, evocative Ait Benhaddou, the Atlas Mountains, and the Sand Sea of Erg Chebbi.  Add in great food, the camel safari of your travel dreams, the sensory maelstrom of Marrakech, and you have the recipe for an ideal fortnight of discovery travel. 

Available Packages

Double
Available until August 1, 20225 left

For couples.

Price is per person based on double occupancy.

$3,550
Twin
Available until August 1, 20225 left

For individuals traveling together or a couple desiring twin beds.

Price is per person based on double occupancy. 

$3,550
Single Traveler
Available until August 1, 2022Sold Out

For individuals traveling alone, paying the Single Supplement.

$4,450
Single Willing to Share
Available until August 1, 20225 left

For the individual who doesn't want to pay the Single Supplement and is willing to share a room with a traveler of the same gender.

Note - If Imprint is unable to find a traveler willing to share you will be required to pay the Single Supplement.

$3,550
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Imprint Tours
3 reviews
We at Imprint Tours believe travel broadens horizons, introduces new ways to see the world, equips us with a new frame of reference for evaluating our own society, breaks down prejudice, and promotes global understanding. Therefore, we endeavor to “Travel with Intent”: an intention to take a reflective, introspective approach; connect with the cultures we visit; and balance the enjoyment of discovery with responsible travel. We want our “imprint” on the planet to be light and our “imprint” on the local culture to be positive.

Reviews

Overall we enjoyed tour, especially the Peruvian people and our local guides. Below we'll outline the positives and opportunities for improvement. Dianna, our local guide for the entire trip was well prepared, knowledgeable, helpful in solving day-to-day problems and a very good communicator. Our 2 guides with Amazon Expeditions were truly outstanding. The Posada Amazonas were great accommodations and the staff was very helpful. Opportunity: wish we knew more details about the hotel and shoes because it was unclear before arrival how to get around the hotel and property (this is where a 2nd pair of shoes choice was important. Urubamba, the Sacred Valley and the day trip to a local family farm was good. We really liked the family farm, learning about the local food, work and culture. Opportunity: it seems like there's an opportunity lessen the amount of driving back and forth between these locations... we were getting a little tired of the bus drives. Machu Picchu was clearly outstanding in every way. However, the pre-trip communication details on hiking trail availability, tickets, etc. was confusing and it felt like Imprint had not understood and /or prepared far enough in advance in providing us choices. Cusco was disappointing. The city was far bigger and busier than we anticipated. I don't believe we took full advantage of the local sites due to poor and/or no communication from Imprint. Our biggest concern during the entire trip were three things. First, too many people in the group either arrived sick or became sick at the beginning of the tour. What's important is that each illness seems very different. Said differently, the illnesses were not simply a case of Montezuma's Revenge. I think there was an opportunity to outline some group guidelines earlier and often to prevent the spread of illness. Second, too many people in the group simply were not physically prepared for this type of tour. As such, we lowered ourselves to the lowest common denominator in everything we did. I don't know how you address this but it's extremely disappointing for grown adults to sign up for a tour that clearly involves walking, climbing, etc. and they seems totally unprepared. Third, we didn't feel the Imprint guide prepared and approached this tour in a professional manner. Nothing turns us off more than the tour guide establishing a divided culture from the onset. A clique of prior Imprint tour alum was established early and reinforced often. It was made clear by several alums that concerns, questions or criticism was unwanted. This was then reinforced by the Imprint tour leader. This was unprofessional and should have never been allowed to start and fester during the entire trip.
By Christopher G for Peru on 04 Jun, 2022
Christopher, We are pleased to know that you were happy with your tour experience overall. We appreciate you taking time to give us your feedback on what went well and what you think can be improved. Your suggestions are appreciated and will be used to enhance future Peru tours. Thanks again for your valued input and we hope to see you again on a future Imprint tour.
By Imprint Tours on 15 Jun, 2022
IT
The Patagonia tour was fabulous! This was my first group tour experience, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. It was a pleasure to get to know Reid over the 2 weeks. My travel companions were delightful. Patagonia was absolutely breathtaking. The itinerary was well thought out to offer a variety of experiences. I opted to do the iguazu pre-tour extension as well- worth every penny! Can’t wait to travel with Imprint again!
By Laurie N for Patagonia on 09 Apr, 2022
I had a fantastic time. The food was great, the people were fantastic and the views were amazing. As always, Reid and Imprint do a wonderful job.
By Cory L for Patagonia on 26 Mar, 2022