What Lies Within
You are invited on an epic journey to Morocco from October 26, 2019 to November 1, 2019. Together, we will be exploring the culture of this rich land while also diving deep into our movement, nutrition, recovery and self-discovery practices. Two cities, 7 days/ 6 nights and one unforgettable experience, this is not the trip you want to miss.
Start planning those camel ride photoshoots and tell the family they are all getting hand crafted decor and rugs for the holidays! Cannot wait for this adventure with you!
A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve your spot on this trip. The balance is due 120 days prior to trip start date.
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Please plan to arrive by 5pm on Saturday into Marrakech (RAK) so as to be on time for our welcome dinner that evening. If you arrive after 5pm we can still arrange an airport transfer for you, but we can not promise that you will make it on-time to the group dinner.
Upon arrival in Marrakech, we will transport you from the airport to our hotel in the city (about a 15 min drive), and you'll have the afternoon to settle in and rest up before our group dinner.
Please note that you will need to depart from Boston (or whatever airport you're flying from in the US) on the evening of Friday, October 25th, as all flights heading over to Europe / Morocco are overnight flights.
Please DO NOT book flights that depart before 12PM on Friday, November 1st, as we will be traveling about 3 hours from Essaouira to Marrakech that morning.
Most flights back to the USA from Marrakech involve an overnight in a European city, and many airlines will allow you to stopover for an extra night or more free of charge if you want to extend your vacation and spend a weekend in Europe.
You must have a valid passport to travel to Morocco. Please check your passport expiration date and make sure it is valid for at least 3 months after the end date of your retreat.
A Visa is not required for US Citizens visiting Morocco, unless you're staying for more than 90 days.
No immunizations are required for visiting Morocco, however, the CDC recommends you're up to date on your Hepatitis A and Typhoid shots. See more info here.
All retreats include a $500 non-refundable / non-transferable deposit, which is required to hold your spot on the trip. Any balance payments made are also non-refundable / non-transferable. SolSeed Retreats cannot make exceptions to its cancellation policy as costs are incurred prior to the Retreat Start Date.
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This spacious and comfortable room includes a private bathroom, closet with ample storage, and 3 twin beds.
We have one spot open in an all female triple, and two spots open in an all male triple.
Ideal for a couple, or two friends seeking a bit more privacy, this double room features two twin beds OR one king size bed, closet with ample storage, and a private bathroom.
Please indicate your roommates' name upon sign-up.
Ideal for the solo traveler seeking a bit more privacy, this single occupancy room features one king size bed, closet with ample storage, and a private bathroom.
Our trip will begin in the culturally rich city of Marrakech. Nestled in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, Marrakech was founded as a city in 1062 AD, and is world renowned for its souks (markets) and medieval maze-like streets, stunning mosques and palaces, relaxing hammans (Moroccan baths), delicious food, and much more. A perfect place to assimilate and integrate into life in Morocco, we will spend our first day and a half here, before heading to the walled coastal city of Essaouira on Day 2 of our trip.