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Morocco school tours

Educational school trips to Morocco offers geography, art, classics, language and culture in abundance. From the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara Desert and from the quiet of Mosques to the bustle of the medinas, a Morocco field trip can help bring the class room to life. Give your students the opportunity to experience all this and we promise they will return more global citizens than when they left.

Destination highlights


Highlights on a Morocco school tour include a Marrakech city tour, travelling over the Atlas Mountains, visitng ancient Kasbahs, camel trekking in to the Sahara Desert, exploring the Todra Gorge and visiting local schools.

Price


We operate and manage the tour infrastructure on our Morocco school trips directly. This means that we can offer great value for money so contact us today to discuss your requirements so that we can put together a competitive quote for you.

Reliability


Nomadic School Tours is committed to providing safe and reliable school tours to Morocco. Our parent company operates and sells tours on a commercial basis so our infrastructure is well established and cost effective.

“A new destination for our school this year and Nomadic provided a great tour for us…” Kirsty Layton – Head of Geography, Bedales School

Example tours

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POPULAR MOROCCO SCHOOL TRIP

This Morocco school tour tends to be taken over 5 or 8 days. Travel from Marrakech, over the Atlas mountains and down to the Sahara Desert for a camel trek and a night camping under the stars. Students and teachers alike find the whole experience very worthwhile and different from most destinations they visit.

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“Without exception everyone enjoyed themselves and the two guides were exceptional. I will be happily recommending your company to other teachers.”

Paul Cleaver – Bablake School

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VISIT A MOROCCAN SCHOOL

Explore Marrakech and engage in a real cultural exchange by visiting a school that was built by a local charity dedicated to improving the infrastructure, environment and sanitisation of the area. Students can play football with the local children and learn more bout the Association and its work.

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