Our journey begins in Casablanca with lunch at Rick’s Cafe. We’ll visit the capital, Rabat, notorious Tangier, charming Chefchaouen, where many houses are painted a distinctive blue, Roman Volubilis, and Fes, which feels like Morocco from the past. We will drive through the Atlas Mountains for the amazing scenery and spend a night in a luxurious camp in the Sahara. We’ll also stay in a castle-like ksar. In Marrakech we’ll enjoy the highlights including Jemaa el Fna Square at night, the Moroccan Arts Museum and the Majorelle Gardens.
Highlights of the tour include:
- Tour of the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca, one of the largest mosques in the world open to non-Muslims.
- Dinner at the historic Villa Josephine in Tangier.
- Private tour of the Karaouine University Library in Fes, thought to be the world’s oldest existing library.
- Visit to Ait Ben Haddou, a historic and picturesque ksar (fortified village) on the caravan route to Marrakech.
- Lunch at the famous La Mamounia Hotel in Marrakech.
- Special visits facilitated by our Resource Person, ROM Curator Dr. Silvia Forni.
- Accommodations combining traditional charm with modern conveniences.
- Delicious Moroccan cuisine.
Double Occupancy: $8,995 per person
Single Supplement: $1,995
International flights not included
To request an application form, please contact the ROMTravel Coordinator.
Your expert for the trip:
Doctor Silvia Forni is ROM Senior Curator of Global Africa and Deputy Vice-President of the Department of Art and Culture. Her research focuses on the significance of art both in local contexts and as part of exchange networks. She has done fieldwork in North and West Africa and Morocco has been a favourite destination to learn about the work of contemporary artists.
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