Join me in beautiful Morocco this November 2024 for a group trip! From the north to the south we will be coving a lot of this North African country! We’ll be visiting cities, the sea and the desert. Included are an array of activities including visiting the oldest university in the world, wandering around the Blue City, spending. a night glamping in the desert, and so much more!

Chefchaouen, Morocco Group Trip 2024
Chefchaoeun, Morocco 2019

Quick facts

For: Women! I want this space to be a place to create community together. Please contact me if you have any questions.

Dates: November 8-17 2024

Location: Morocco 🇲🇦

Your Host

Marrakech, Morocco Group Trip
Marrakech, 2021

For those you may not know me much just yet. Hola 👋🏼 I’m Flavia, a First Gen Peruvian American solo traveler and the travel blogger behind Latina Traveler. My travels and tips focus on unique experiences, secondary cities, and immersing myself in the culture all from the perspective of a Latina. So far I’ve traveled to over 37 countries and have lived in six.

For a while now it’s been mi sueño (my dream) to travel with my community as well as other like minded travelers. And that’s why I invite you to travel with me! We’ll be exploring the best of Morocco while learning as much as we can about the culture and trying all the food! During this time we’ll also get to know each other and everyone in the group to leave with new amigas and a whole new network.

😍 Can’t wait to see you in Morocco for this epic group trip!

What’s included?

  • All hotels
  • Transportation around the country
  • All meals
  • All activities mentioned in itinerary (potential add-on ones)
  • Guide throughout the trip

What’s not included?

  • Flights to and from Morocco
  • Travel Insurance
  • Alcohol
  • Souvenirs
  • Tips

Itinerary

Day 1: Casablanca

After landing at the Casablanca Mohamed V airport, we’ll head to our hotel to settle in before visiting the Hassan II Mosque. This beautiful seaside mosque is the largest in Morocco and its minaret is the tallest in the world. To be respectful, we’ll be sure to wear tops that cover our shoulders and pants that go down past our knees.

Dinner before heading to bed to get some rest.

Day 2: Chefchaouen

Before heading to Morocco’s Blue City, we’ll pass by Rabat. There we’ll visit the Mohammed V Mausoleum and Hassa Tower. Lunch will be had on a boat on Abi Raq Raq’s famous Rabat river and we’ll explore the Kasbah before we continue on. The drive gets picturesque as we get closer to the Rif Mountains, home of the blue gem!

Chefchaouen sunset
Chefchaouen sunset 2019

Day 3: Chefchaouen

Today will be a full day in the blue city. Sunrises and sunsets are magical here. I will be waking up for it and you are welcome to join! This is not a requirement, although you’d be happily welcome.

We’ll start the day with a typical northern breakfast before we divide into smaller groups to explore the bright blue and dark blue walls. I recommend wearing yellow, orange or pink to brightly stand out amongst the blue for photos!

Catch the sunset over the blue-washed Medina before tucking into a delicious dinner.

Day 4: Fes

Depart for the old Medina of Fez, the largest city in the world without cars and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. En route, we’ll stop by the ancient Roman city of Volubilis to capture the diverse history of Morocco as a Roman province. 

Fes Medina Group Trip
Fes Medina

Here we’ll see our first sacred festival show (which will depend on the festival’s schedule).

Day 5: Fes

Seeing as Fes is the largest car-free urban area in the world, it could take weeks to see everything in this city. We will go at a reasonable pace, visiting important sites throughout the Medina including the Bou Inania Madrasa, al-Karaouine, the honey souqs, the tanneries, spice shops, and more.

As you attend the festival night performances over these two days, your time in Fes will be well spent: attend a cooking class, enjoy a hammam experience, interview some of the local artists participating in the festival, and enjoy a workshop on Islam Geometry and traditional bookbinding.

Day 6: Marrakech

Take the morning train to Marrakech! We’ll take the afternoon to rest up a bit after our travel and get situated in our new surroundings.

Tonight our journey will be dedicated to our taste buds. We’ll be doing a cultural food tour which will take into consideration our dietary restrictions. It shows some of the most Marrakshi traditions: marinated olives shops, orange juice stands, Harris stands, Mesmer and mint tea, and Tanika and takings in the souqs.

Day 7: Marrakech

Today will be a full day in the Red City. Our guide will take us on an authentic cultural visit to get to know the Medina. We’ll visit the Jewish neighborhood (Mellah), the local synangogue, and the Bahia palace.

Head to the local artisanal complex to take off a Tazwaqt or Zwaq workshop in the local artisanal complex. Tazwaqt refers to the art of painting wood and it’s used in furniture and ceilings. In the complex, we’ll learn about other arts such as wood carving, jewelry making, and leather embroidery.

Day 8: Desert

This morning will be spent in the new city where we will visit the Majorelle Gardens and enjoy the YSL touch. I recommend wearing yellow or orange to stand out against the blue of the gardens.

Transfer to the tranquility of the Agafay Desert where we’ll spend the night camping in a luxury tent under the stars. Hop on a camel for a ride through the desert and photograph the dramatic sunset as the caravan strolls along the camp. Sit down for tea and local cuisine while enjoying the rhythmic beats of desert musicians around a campfire.

Day 9: Essaouira

Wake up early and head towards the Atlantic. Explore the medina of Essaouira through a cultural tour. Visit Sqala, the tolerance museum, and Mellah. Eat lunch by the shore and soak in the breeze as we enjoy a slower pace of life.

Drive back to Marrakech where we will celebrate our time spent in Morocco. We’ll bid farewell to this beautiful country and our experience here with a special dinner, a Henna tattoo, and live traditional beats.

Day 10: Airport

We arrived in Morocco as strangers and will be leaving as amigas! I hope you have enjoyed your time exploring this country together. Today’s description will be based on flight details. 

Marrakech Airport Morocco Group Trip 2024
Marrakech Airport

*Latina Traveler reserves the right to change, alter or amend the daily itinerary for this trip at any time. Changes can be made for various reasons including weather, safety, flights or others. If one activity needs to be removed, it will be substituted by another. The itinerary here provides the best projection of the daily schedule for the program. If anything needs to be changed, I will contact you as soon as possible.

Payment Options

Single and Double Occupant available. Please note that there is an additional charge for single rooms at this time.

Payment Plan (7 months)

Single Room – $400 Deposit

Double Room – $315 Deposit

One time payment – Save $100 by paying in full!

Single room

Double room

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Viaja more y live mas,

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