Thanks for everything, awesome job. Marrakech was amazing. The first day in the square and the souks is exhausting, ten times the sensory overload one experiences when they first hit Vegas or New York.  And the exhaust from the motorcycles is considerable. But it doesn't take long to get the hang of it and it's a blast.  Highly recommend to any of your customers, but not for the faint of heart.  Anyone going should do their homework first.

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Morocco (Arabic: al-Maġrib, French: Maroc) is a constitutional monarchy with an elected parliament in the Maghreb region of North Africa. Morocco has a population of around 33 million and covers an area of 172,410 square miles, with a rugged mountainous interior and large portion of desert. The country has both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines and borders Algeria and Western Sahara. The climate is Mediterranean in the North and in some mountains and becomes hotter and drier towards the Sahara region. Morocco’s political capital is Rabat, other major cities include Casablanca, Marrakesh, Tangier, Fes and Agadir. Its culture is a blend of Arab, indigenous Berber, African, and European influences. The official languages are Arabic and Berber, but many Moroccans speak French as a second language. Morocco is a feast for all of your senses. Find magical colors, sounds, smells and tastes wherever you go, just to be topped off by the complete tranquility and breath-taking beauty of the desert.

Our intrepid Morocco travelers recommend doing one’s homework before experiencing Marrakech.

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