International Trip

A Moroccan Journey

Sand dunes of Erg Chebbi

Sand dunes of Erg Chebbi

Aït Benhaddou

Aït Benhaddou

Join us from March 12-22, 2020 for a Moroccan journey. Morocco . . . You’ve known about it since “Here’s looking at you, kid,” Humphrey Bogart’s farewell to Ingrid Bergman in the film Casablanca. Renowned for its historic cities, diverse landscape, and delicious cuisine, it’s the place where Europe, Africa, and the Middle East merge. The country offers a feast for all the senses: from sweet mint tea and spice markets to a scrub in the hammam, colorful zellij tiles, and the muezzin’s call to prayer. This trip will introduce you to Morocco’s rich culture, long history, and natural beauty. Explore the colonial architecture of Casablanca, the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis, the medieval old town of Fès, and the imposing clay architecture of Aït Benhaddou ksar. Experience the snow-capped Atlas Mountains and the sweeping dunes of the Sahara; the crashing waves of the Atlantic coast and the shaded calm of a high-plains oasis. Kasbah, oasis, medina, and souk . . . words steeped in history and mystery . . . they beckon: “To Marrakech / All aboard the train . . .”

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Trip cost and reservations: $3,890 per person, based on double occupancy and including a $200 charitable donation to the Daum Museum; single supplement is $385 (every attempt will be made to pair solo travelers). Space is limited. Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.

A deposit of $1,500 will hold your place. Please make your reservations as soon as possible, but no later than Friday, December 6, 2019.

Final payment must be made by Thursday, January 2, 2020.

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