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Morocco

Morocco: Melting Pot of Cultures

Program No. 7158RJ
Discover the vibrant culture of Morocco as you get hands-on with cooking classes, meet local artists, explore stunning landscapes and learn the complex story of this ancient land.
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17 days
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At a Glance

Centuries of living mere miles from Europe and the Iberian Peninsula impressed upon the indigenous Berber people of northern Africa the imprint of a long parade of invaders, settlers and colonists. The result is today’s Morocco, a modern nation where a blend of Arabic, Berber and European heritage infuses every souk, square, medina and oasis.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Walking up to two miles daily over varied terrain. Elevations up to 7,200 feet.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 13 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you’ll…

  • Watch the sun set over the desert, then enjoy traditional Moroccan music under the stars.
  • Enjoy hands-on Moroccan cooking lessons.
  • Discuss some of the issues facing modern Morocco.
Featured Expert
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Farah Cherif D'Ouezzan
Farah Cherif D’Ouezzan founded the Center for Cross-Cultural Learning in 1995. She is presently its General Director as well as the President of Thaqafat Association. Her academic interest is in research on comparative religion with a focus on teaching Islam from a cross-cultural perspective. Farah holds a degree in comparative Literature from Mohammed V University in Rabat and a certificate on Women and Gender Issues from the University of Hanover, Germany. She lectures and conducts seminars worldwide and in Morocco for Road Scholar.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Farah Cherif D'Ouezzan View biography
Farah Cherif D’Ouezzan founded the Center for Cross-Cultural Learning in 1995. She is presently its General Director as well as the President of Thaqafat Association. Her academic interest is in research on comparative religion with a focus on teaching Islam from a cross-cultural perspective. Farah holds a degree in comparative Literature from Mohammed V University in Rabat and a certificate on Women and Gender Issues from the University of Hanover, Germany. She lectures and conducts seminars worldwide and in Morocco for Road Scholar.
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Morocco, The Islamist Awakening and Other Challenges
by Marvine Howe
A penetrating look at political, social and cultural life in Morocco under King Mohammed V, by a former New York Times correspondent.
Lonely Planet Moroccan Arabic Phrasebook
by Dan Bacon
This handy phrasebook includes pronunciation, basic grammar and essential vocabulary.
Morocco Courtyards and Gardens
by Achva Benzinberg Stein
Splendid color photographs and aerial views of the palaces, mosques, and signature walled gardens of Fez, Marrakech, and Rabat.
In Arabian Nights, A Caravan of Moroccan Dreams
by Tahir Shah
Shah (The Caliph's House) weaves his own family tradition of storytelling with commentary on Moroccan spiritual traditions, culture and history in this account of his adopted home on the sea in Casablanca.
Lonely Planet Fez Encounter
by Virginia Maxwell
A lively shirt pocket guide to the imperial city.
Shopping in Marrakech
by Susan Simon
Divided into seven separate walks through shopping areas, this small, handy guide with excellent maps is extremely helpful for navigating the labyrinthine mazes of Marrakech and its markets.
The Sheltering Sky
by Paul Bowles
Bowles' most famous work, by turns stark and transcendent, is a tale of three people whose lives unravel in the desert of North Africa. Originally published in 1949.
Marrakesh & Northern Morocco Map
by ITMB
Featuring a detailed walking map of the Medina and surrounding New Town on one side and a map of Northern Morocco at 1:740,000 on the reverse. With insets of Rabat and Tangier.
The Voices of Marrakesh, A Record of a Visit
by Elias Canetti
Canetti portrays the people and life of the city's bazaars, cafes, and streets in a series of acutely observed essays, including vivid sketches of the storytellers in the Djema el Fna, the everpresent beggars and rituals of Moroccan family life in the 1950s. Canetti is particularly good on the Marrakesh Mellah, the old but then still living Jewish quarter.
The Land of an African Sultan, Travels in Morocco
by Walter Harris
This classic by the intrepid Walter Harris, the Times correspondent in Tangiers from the 1890s to 1933, takes in the artists and eccentrics of Tangier, the darkness and decadence of the sultan's court In Marrakech, celebrated Fez, marvels of the High Atlas -- and his remarkable ride, in disguise, to Sheshouan -- the second of only three Christians ever to enter the Berber town.
Morocco Map
by Michelin Travel Publications
An excellent road map in the Michelin style, featuring city and town plans and a full place name index.
Eyewitness Guide Morocco
by Eyewitness Guides
Gorgeously illustrated and filled with excellent maps, this compact guide introduces Morocco's history, culture and attractions.
The Food of Morocco
by Paula Wolfert
A Mediterranean cuisine icon brings a lifetime of experience and taste to this gorgeously illustrated cookbook and cultural guide.
Islam, A Short History
by Karen Armstrong
Armstrong brings authority and experience to this vivid, clear-headed survey of the history and impact of Islam from the birth of Muhammad to present-day challenges. The best short introduction to the subject.
Dreams of Trespass, Tales of a Harem Girlhood
by Fatima Mernissi
This captivating memoir by one of Morocco’s most outspoken women opens, "I was born in a harem in 1940 in Fez, a ninth-century Moroccan city." Mernissi captures not only the spirit of the place, but also the hierarchy and decorum of a Muslim family compound.
Living in Morocco
by Stoeltie, Barbara and Rene
From exquisite rugs and textiles to vibrant mosaics, courtyards and homes, this gorgeous photographic collection celebrates the beauty and allure of Morocco's architecture, with a particular focus on interiors.
The Spider's House
by Paul Bowles
Set in Fez during a 1954 nationalist uprising, this richly descriptive novel may be the most evocative of Bowles' many works set in Morocco. Originally published in 1955.
Morocco, The Traveller's Companion
by Margar Bidwell (Editor)
Pepys, Defoe, Twain, Orwell and Wharton, as well as famous Muslim travelers such as Leo Africanus and a host of others -- merchants, sailors, consuls and scholars-- are all included.
Lords of the Atlas
by Gavin Maxwell
Set in the medieval city of Marrakech and the majestic kasbahs of the High Atlas mountains, this rousing history vividly portrays life in French colonial Morocco. Maxwell (Ring of Bright Water) follows the fate of the despotic Glaoui clan from 1893 to independence.
A Street in Marrakech, A Personal View of Urban Women in Morocco
by Elizabeth Warnock Fernea
Fernea's account of her unpredictable journey though the private and public world's of a traditional Muslim city includes marvelous descriptions of daily life in and around the medina in Marrakech.
Culture Smart! Morocco
by Jillian York
History, religion, daily life, food, health and safety are all covered in this accessible pocket guide to Moroccan customs, etiquette and culture, by an author who lives and teaches there.
The Caliph's House, A Year in Casablanca
by Tahir Shah
Shah is a marvelous storyteller, weaving Moroccan customs and history with deft portraits of neighbors, craftsmen and others in this entertaining tale of the transformation of a crumbling palace in Casablanca.
In Morocco
by Edith Wharton
Wharton's enjoyable account of her month-long journey through Morocco after WWI captures the landscapes, architecture and many aspects of Muslim culture and history, and especially the cities of Rabat, Fez and Marrakech.
Living in Morocco
by Stoeltie, Barbara and Rene
From exquisite rugs and textiles to vibrant mosaics, courtyards and homes, this gorgeous photographic collection celebrates the beauty and allure of Morocco's architecture, with a particular focus on interiors.
A Year in Marrakesh
by Peter Mayne
This brilliantly entertaining, insightful classic account of Marrakesh captures the rhythm and spirit of life in the alleyways of the Medina in the 1950s.
Cadogan Guide Marrakesh, Fez and Rabat
by Barnaby Rogerson
This personal, comprehensive handbook combines Rogerson's insightful cultural and historical background with his savvy practical information and recommendations on what to see and where to stay and eat.
A Traveller's History of North Africa
by Barnaby Rogerson
Wide-ranging, accessible and effectively condensed, this brief history marches confidently through the centuries, covering key events and personalities in Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria to 1999.
Traditional Moroccan Cooking, Recipes from Fez
by Claudia Roden (Introduction), Madame Guinaudeau
First published in 1958, Madame Guinaudeau’s charming guide to Moroccan cuisine explores the rich culinary traditions of Fez with anecdotes, recipes, drawings and chapters on everything from choosing spices and preserving lemons to The Art of Making and Drinking Tea.
Marrakesh, Through Writers' Eyes
by Barnaby Rogerson (Editor), Stephen Lavington
A choice collection of travel writing on the Red City by 40 luminaries, including George Orwell, Winston Churchill, Gavin Maxwell and Peter Mayne.
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17 days
16 nights
39 meals
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DAY
1
In Transit to Program
In Flight
DAY
2
Welcome and Introduction to Morocco
Rabat
D
ONOMO Hotel Rabat Terminus

Afternoon: Arrival to Rabat Sale Airport and Meet the group leader. Check in at the hotel Orientation Session: Morocco 101

Dinner: Dinner at Center for Cross Cultural Learnig

Evening: Bus leaves for the Hotel

DAY
3
Islam, Rabat's History, and Cultural Diversity
Rabat
B,L,D
ONOMO Hotel Rabat Terminus

Activity note: All the lectures are going to be in a conference room with air-conditioning, the lectures last for about 1:30 with a break of 20 minutes coffee break. The tour of Rabat I is going to be on the bus the whole time.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Bus Tour: Daily Life in Rabat Lecture: Moroccan Politics

Lunch: Lunch at the Center

Afternoon: Lecture: the Veil in Islam and women issues The Veil in Islam has always been intriguing to both Muslims and non-Muslims. One finds a wide diversity in the definitions of the veil and its religious and social significance. This lecture aims at helping us understand this diversity and provides the social, historical and religious contexts of the veil in Islam. Lecture: Moroccan Costumes This session's objective is to clarify the different head covering and dresses that women wear in different regions of Morocco, depending on the tribes they belong to, depending on their interpretation of the religion, and depending on the situation they are in.Costumes of Morocco will be presented in this session in a fashion show format. Samples of Moroccan costumes, for both men and women, representing different regions, will be displayed. These costumes include the traditional outdoor dress in both rural and urban areas, as well as the fancy outfits worn on special occasions.

Dinner: Dinner at the Center

Evening: Musical Performance: Traditional Moroccan Music

DAY
4
Landmarks, Moroccan Politics, and Music
Rabat
B,L,D
ONOMO Hotel Rabat Terminus

Activity note: All the lectures are going to be in a conference room with air-conditioning, the lectures last for about 1:30 with a break of 20 minutes coffee break.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the Hotel

Morning: Visit Chellah, Hassan Tower and the Oudaya Gardens

Lunch: Lunch with the group

Afternoon: Lecture: Arab spring and Social Movements in Morocco Experiential Session: Hands-on sessions in traditional Moroccan cooking. At the time of micro-waves, frozen food, and processed food, at the time also of working women and tight daily schedule, Moroccan families or more exactly Moroccan women, still spend a lot of time in preparing their meals. Making Couscous is time consuming and the process is so complicated that the woman's skill is evaluated with how delicious her couscous is! In this experiential session, the process of preparing couscous will be demonstrated and explained. The different recipes of couscous will also be uncovered to show the variety and the different uses of spices, meat, vegetables, and sauces, the combination of sweet and salty, the social importance and the symbolism of couscous in Moroccan culture

Dinner: Dinner wth the group

Evening: Musical Performance: Andalusian Music Musical performance prepared for this with readings of Arabic poetry reflecting the Andalusian heritage in Morocco

DAY
5
Arts in the North and Daily life in the Rif Mountains
Chefchaouen
B,L,D
Riad Darechchaouen

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Departure to Chefchaouen Via Assila Field trip: The Murals of Asilah

Lunch: Lunch with the group

Afternoon: Continue the drive to Chefchouen Lecture entitled “Issues and Opportunities in Northern Morocco” that will cover Drug Plantation and Business, and Illegal Migration.

Dinner: Dinner with group

DAY
6
Chefchaouen: the Blue Pearl City From 1471
Chefchaouen
B,L
Riad Darechchaouen

Activity note: The city of Chefchaouen is located on hills. The field trip through the town is 3 hours with 20 min stops at the different sites. Participants can be transferred back to the hotel at any point during the field trip if desired.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Guided visit of the Medina Explore the town of Chefchaouen which is famous for its blue-rinsed houses and buildings, a tradition that comes from the town's former Jewish population. It offers many native handicrafts that are not available elsewhere in Morocco, such as wool garments and woven blankets. The goat cheese native to the area is also popular here

Lunch: Lunch at the Local restaurant in Chefchaouen

Afternoon: Group discussion

Dinner: Dinner on your own

DAY
7
Sufism in Morocco
Fes
B,L,D
Hotel Merinides

Activity note: The drives between each of the cities are 1.5 hours in duration with a rest stop between each city. In Ouezzane, choose between walking on an uneven terrain or getting a ride to the private home where lunch will take place.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Bus leaves Chefchaouen for Fes via Ouazzane En route to Fez, stop in Ouezzane. A town north of Fez, Ouezzane is considered a holy city by Morocco's Jewish population, and is a popular destination for those wishing to venerate the tombs of several Moroccan saints known in Berber Marabouts. Take a field trip to a typical rural weekly market and an excursion to The Mosque of Moulay Abdellah Cherif. Bus Lecture: Health care system in Morocco

Lunch: Lunch with the group in a private house in Ouazzane

Afternoon: Lecture: Sufism in Islam Religion in Morocco is a combination of both Knowledge and Popular Culture. Knowledge is based on the written texts and belief in popular culture is a more concrete entity that is expressed through rituals and practices that are sometimes unique to Morocco. Our visits to the sanctuary towns such as Chefchaouen, Ouezzane, Mouley Idriss and Fes will highlight the idea of spirituality, Sufism, Moroccan mysticism and sainthood, and the concept of Maraboutism in Morocco. Resume the trip to Fes Field Trip: Farming and Agriculture Check in at the Hotel

Dinner: Dinner at the hotel

DAY
8
Fes, 12 Centuries of Urban Life
Fes
B,L
Hotel Merinides

Activity note: The field trip through Fes is 5.5 hours in duration including several stops and lunch in between. Participants can be transferred back to the hotel at any point during the field trip if desired.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Guided Visit: Daily Life in the Old Medina of Fes Local guides of the city of Fes will accompany the group through the narrow streets and alleys of Fes. Our senses will be challenged through the smells, sights and the sounds of the oldest Islamic city. Fes displays its beauty to the visitors through its Arab and Islamic architecture. We will explore different monuments such as the Medersa, the Foundouq museum, the tanneries and will walk by the mausoleum where the founder of the first Islamic dynasty is buried as well as the Qaraouyine Mosque built by a woman in the 9th century

Lunch: Lunch in the heart of the medina in a local Moroccan restaurant.

Afternoon: Resume the tour of Fes Coach back to the hotel followed by free time.

Dinner: Dinner on your own

DAY
9
Roman Heritage of Morocco
Fes
B,L
Hotel Merinides

Activity note: The visit to Volibulis is two hours in length. The bus will be parked within a 15 minute walking distance from the site and participants can return to it at any time

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Bus leaves for Volubulis Bus lecture: Educational System in Morocco Guided Visit: The Roman Ruins of Volubilis where you will have time to visit these Roman Ruins. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, Volubilis features the best preserved Roman Ruins in North Africa. Archaeological evidence suggests initial settlement occurring in 40 AD upon a pre-existing Carthaginian site dating back to 3rd century BC. Eventually, Volubilis emerged as the administrative center in Roman Africa until an earthquake compelled its residents to abandon the city in the late 4th century AD. Since 2000, archaeological excavations have been carried out by the University College, London and the Moroccan Institut National des Sciences de l'Archeogie et du Patrimoine.

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant in Moulay Idriss.

Afternoon: Guided Visit: Moulay Ismail Mosque, the Granary and Mansour Gate Coach back to Fes

Dinner: Dinner on your own

DAY
10
Middle Atlas Mountains and Sahara Lifestyle
Erfoud
B,L,D
Chergui Kasbah Hotel

Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel

Morning: Bus leaves to Erfoud via Errachidia Bus Lecture: Amazighi Issues

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant - Midelt

Afternoon: Resume trip Erfoud Bus Lecture: Nomads and semi-Nomads Check in Hotel Chergui Orientation to the Desert Experience

Dinner: Dinner at the Hotel

DAY
11
Nomads of the Sahara
Merzouga
B,L,D
Nomadic Tents

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Bus leaves for Rissani Field Trip: The souk of Rissani, Field Trip: Ksour of Tafilalt, the medieval city and the largest Saharan oasis of Morocco.The oasis comprises the fortified villages of Erfoud, Arab Sebbah du Ziz, Rissani, Seffalat, Aoufous, and Jorf, together with palm groves stretching 30 miles (50 km) along the Wadi Ziz. Tafilalt is noted for its dates, most of which it exports. Architecture in the Desert Lecture: The Nomads of Morocco

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant- Rissani

Afternoon: Board 4-wheel drive vehicles for excursion to the dunes of Merzouga This afternoon board 4-wheel-drive vehicles for an excursion to the dunes of Merzouga. Then, visit an NGO in the desert village of Hassi Labied and meet its members; children & women benefiting from literacy classes and more. Also learn about irrigation systems in the desert. Take a camel ride to the top of the dunes to enjoy the sunset.

Dinner: Dinner in the tent camp

Evening: Musical Performance; Gnawa of Khamlia. Watch a performance of Sub-Saharan Moroccan music and dance called Gnawa of Khamlia. Gnawa or Gnaoua refers to both a style of music that fuses classical Islamic Sufism with Pre-Islamic traditions, and an ethnic group/religious order partly descended from former slaves. Characterized by deep low toned sinter melodies, call and response singing, hand clapping and cymbals, Gnawa music strives to evoke a deep hypnotic trance, often aimed at frightening off evil spirits.

DAY
12
Architecture and Human Rights Issues in Morocco
Ouarzazate
B,L,D
Ibis Ouarzazate Centre

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Take Jeeps to Erfoud Bus leaves to Ouarzazate via Tinjdad and Tinghir Field trip: Oasis and Palm Trees

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant - Todgha Gorges

Afternoon: Bus lecture: Human rights violations and Truth and Reconciliation process in Morocco History of Human rights in Morocco Resume trip to Ouarzazate Continue to Ouarzazate, on the bus learn about the western Sahara. Then, drive through the Road of 1000 Kasbahs and stop at Kalaa M'Gouna (The Roses Valley). Upon arrival in Ouarzazate, check into the hotel. Check in at the Hotel

Dinner: Dinner at the Hotel

DAY
13
Berber life in The High Atlas Mountains
Marrakech
B,L,D
Kenzi Rose Garden

Activity note: The drive to Marrakech will cross the high Atlas Mountains in which part of this drive will be at an elevation of 7,200 ft.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Guided Visit to Kasbah Glaoui Take an excursion to the Kasbah Glaoui , Palace of the last ruling family of southern Morocco, led by a native guide. Then depart for Marrakech Bus Lecture: Sahara Issues Resume trip to Marrakech

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant in the highest pass in Morocco.

Afternoon: Resume trip to Marrakech

Dinner: Dinner at the hotel

DAY
14
Marrakech: Authenticity and Modernity
Marrakech
B
Kenzi Rose Garden

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Orientation field trip through Marrakech. Known as the Red City and an important former imperial city, it lies at the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. Marrakech has the largest traditional market in Morocco and also has one of the busiest squares in Africa and the world, Djemaa el Fna. The square bustles with acrobats, story-tellers, water sellers, dancers, and musicians. By night food stalls open in the square turning it into a huge busy open-air restaurant. Guided Visit of Marrakech, Koutoubia Mosque, El-Bahia palace and Ben-Youssef Mederssa

Lunch: Lunch on your own

Afternoon: Free time in Jamaa Lafna, the Open Outdoor Theatre

Dinner: Dinner on your own

DAY
15
A day with Berber Women of the high Atlas Mountains
Marrakech
B,L,D
Kenzi Rose Garden

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Departure to the Boulouane village

Lunch: Lunch and open group discussion with the villagers

Afternoon: Tea ceremony Optional walk in the village Departure for Marrakech

Dinner: Dinner with the group.

DAY
16
Casablanca Between Myths and Reality
Casablanca
B,L,D
Novotel Casablanca City Center

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Bus leaves for Casablanca Check in at the Hotel

Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant- Casablanca

Afternoon: Guided visit of Casablanca (Hassan II Mosque) Questions and Answers Program Wrap-up session

Dinner: Farewell dinner

DAY
17
Program Concludes
Casablanca
B

Breakfast: Early breakfast

Morning: Depart for Mohamed V airport






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