School Trips - Morocco Adventure 8 days
Nomadic School Tours
Here at Nomadic School Tours we specialize in offering fully bespoke educational tours for students. With over 21 years of operating experience, we can confidently say that we know what makes a great school trip.
We offer school trips to 7 superb destinations (China, Costa Rica, Iceland, Morocco, Northern India, Peru and Poland.) covering a range of different curricular subjects, including Geography, Language, History and Science to name a few.
Free teacher places, educational trips + price match offer. Full financial protection through ABTA and ATOL.
Current School Trip Offer
Free teacher places, ratio are 1 place per 11 students. We also offer to Price Match on a like for like tour and can arrange for an inspection trip to Morocco.
Why should you consider Nomadic School Tours for School Trips and Educational Visits?
Morocco is the perfect destination for school trips as it's packed full of geography and culture. Whether your exploring the Sahara Desert or the Atlas Mountains.
Our school tours to Morocco tend to be taken over 5 or 8 days and involve a huge variety of different activities and experiences.
Some of the highlights on our Morocco school tours include a Marrakech city tour, camel trekking, learning to cook a Tagine, finding out more about irrigation systems in the Sahara and visiting a local school.
Day 1: Marrakech
Welcome to Morocco! Following your transfer from the airport to our joining hotel you can relax by the hotel pool before the pre-departure meeting at where you will meet your fellow travellers. Overnight Marrakech (D)
Day 2: Ouarzazate
After breakfast we travel to Ouarzazate. After lunch there is a chance for an optional tour of the Film studios, famous for films such as Gladiators, The Last Temptation of Christ and the Living Daylights. There is also time for quad biking ( optional) and exploring Ouarzazate. Overnight Ouarzazate (B,L,D)
Day 3: Sahara Desert
Today we enjoy a stunning drive were we will stop and visit the irrigation wells where you can see how the wells are made up from an intricate network of canals, dating back to the 14th Century and covering more than 300km. We then stop for a fantastic Moroccan lunch and a relaxing swim. It is then time to head towards the great desert dunes of Erg Chebbi, Merzouga, where we transfer to our camels for a trek into the Sahara Desert for a night at our Berber Camp. We enjoy local food, music and an amazing night out under the Saharan stars. Overnight Berber camp (B,L,D)
Day 4: Ait Benhaddou
After a wonderful breakfast in the Dunes we leave the desert, and move on for a lunch stop at Todra Gorge. This 1000ft gorge is hemmed in on all sides by vertical limestone cliffs and is also called Morocco’s Grand Canyon. In the afternoon we continue to Ait Benhaddou and visit this UNESCO World Heritage site, which boasts great examples of Kasbahs, some of which remain inhabited. Overnight Ait Benhaddou (B,L,D)
We bid fond farewell to Ait Benhaddou this morning as we move over the Atlas Mountains with its dramatic scenery and on to Essaouira on the Atlantic Coast. Overnight Essaouira (B,L)
Day 6: Essaouira
Today we have the whole day to explore and enjoy the sights and activities of Essaouira; a colourful fishing town situated within 15th century Portuguese fortifications, where great beaches and surf beckon. Relax on the beach or alternatively explore the UNESCO-listed medina with its various souks and woodcarving workshops. Any city gate leads to the medina, so you’re unlikely to get lost. The beach is in front of the Medina and there are plenty of cafés with terraces, both ideal for relaxing for a few hours. Blue doors and window frames abound as do the artists’ shops – buy a carpet or Thuya wood carving or sit on the beach sipping a mint tea as the sun sets. There is the opportunity to do some optional activities, such as quad biking, surfing, horse trekking and wind surfing or you can just simply sit on the beach and relax! Overnight Essaouira (B)
Day 7: Marrakech
After breakfast we head back to Marrakech for our final night. On arrival in Marrakech, we will have some free time to relax by the hotel pool before we start our guided city tour later in the afternoon. The day ends with our last group meal in the Djemaa El Fna ,the legendary main square full of acrobats, snake charmers, juice sellers and various open air restaurants. Overnight Marrakech (B, D)
Day 8: Marrakech
Your adventure tour ends after breakfast. (B)
What size groups do you cater for?
We've catered for groups of all different sizes in the past. Please get in touch, as I'm sure we will be able to help.
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"Excellent school tour with Nomadic, 42 students and staff had a superb time exploring Morocco. Sahara in April was great, mild evenings, hot afternoons, even time for a Morocco versus UK football match. Next time, we'll bring a ball! Good food, excellent hosts - happy days! Thanks again, same time next year Bedales School, Geography Department.
Kirsty Layton, Bedales School
"We had a fantastic week in Morocco with Nomadic during October half-term. From start to finish our experience was excellent. Mark made the booking process very simple and he was always on hand to answer questions quickly and efficiently. When we arrived in Marrakech we were met by our guide Mohammed, who was very friendly, knowledgeable and looked after us very well. He went out of his way to ensure we had a good time- adding the tannery in to the tour of Marrakech at my request, a stop at the Argon oil co-operative and even arranged for a personalized birthday cake for one of our students. The highlight of the trip for the students was the camel trek into the Sahara Desert and then sleeping out under the stars in the Berber village. An amazing experience. There was a lot of driving involved, but if you want to go to the desert then it is a necessity. The hotels were all comfortable, clean and had Wi-Fi. The food was good and plentiful. I would certainly recommend Nomadic for a school trip. "
Kerry Shaw, Harrodian School
"The staff and students of Langley school had an incredible time in Morocco with Nomadic. From the moment we landed in Marrakech the tour was brilliantly organised, and our guides were absolutely lovely. Many of our students experienced sights, sounds, tastes (and smells) that they had never before encountered; from the ancient farming practices in the Gorge du Dades and spectacular rock formations in the Draa valley to the snake charmers in the Djemâa-el-Fna and trekking into the dunes of the mighty Sahara on camel. Our week was intense, exhausting, magical and unforgettable. There were even tears at the airport when we had to leave! Thank you Nomadic for an incredible experience - we will definitely return!"
Karen Lambert, Langley School
"Nomadic were brilliant on our recent School trip to Morocco. The guides knew their stuff and engaged with the pupils. The itinerary allowed us to sample a large amount of Moroccan culture in a short space of time. "
David Brown, Greshams School
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