No Barriers Youth offers incredibly unique student travel experiences in Morocco. Visit the World Heritage sandstone forts, grandiose palaces, and ancient mosques in the imperial cities of Fez, Rabat, and Marrakech. Travelers can also:. A multi-lingual, multi-ethnic society, Morocco draws from the many influences which has shaped its history, culture and geography. From the modern business center of Casablanca to the ancient city centers or medinas of Rabat, from the cool lush Mediterranean coast to the hot Saharan desert sands, from quiet Berber villages to the exuberant music of the markets of Marrakesh, Morocco has a vast array of experiences to offer.
9 nights Morocco with young teens - Morocco Forum
A Great Week-long Central Morocco Itinerary with Teens - MarocMama
Parents of teenagers know that as our kids grow up, it gets harder to spend quality time together. Social media, friends, sports, academics and summer jobs often take priority over family time. So how do you get your teen excited about family vacations and use those opportunities to create lasting memories? Plan a trip you know they will love. Morocco is an increasingly popular destination for families looking for a culturally immersive experience. While children of all ages enjoy this North African country, it is slightly better for older kids. Teens tend to be able to handle long car rides more easily and have hopefully gotten past the picky eater phase.
Morocco with teens and experience it! - Morocco
I have looked at some forums already, and would like a few opinions about a good itinerary. First, just how good is a desert experience? Is it possible to do a good desert overnighter from either Fez or Marrakech? Secondly, is it reasonable to see Fez and Marrakech in the time we have? Should we base ourselves in one or,the other and plan shorter trips from there?
The trip was amazing. Experience It did an outstanding job of coordinating hotels and activities to keep everyone happy. Our guide, Namir, was absolutely outstanding.