Programs in Morocco

Programs in Morocco

Teacher-Led Trips in Morocco

Rustic Pathways’ programs in Morocco began operating in 2012 and encompass the breadth of this gorgeous country with visits to jaw-dropping sights such as the Ouzoud Waterfalls and Hassan II Mosque. Traveling to the indigenous Amazigh villages of the Atlas Mountains exposes photography students to rich cultural traditions. Service students work on community-based projects focused on education, agriculture, and cultural preservation.

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An advanced documentary project in Morocco’s Sahara desert and Atlas Mountains

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$2,285 plus Airfare
8 Days
0 Service Hours

An exploration of Islam through interactions with scholars and religious leaders in Morocco.

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$2,075 plus Airfare
7 Days
0 Service Hours

French study among the culture, food, and people of Morocco.

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$2,455 plus Airfare
8 Days
0 Service Hours

Arabic language study while experiencing the best of Morocco.

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$2,055 plus Airfare
8 Days
0 Service Hours

Journey through Morocco's diverse cultural and natural beauty

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$2,785 plus Airfare
10 Days
10 Service Hours
Most Service
Least Expensive

A service-intensive experience among the rural communities of the Atlas Mountains

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$1,655 plus Airfare
8 Days
15 Service Hours
Morocco is this flourishing tree with roots in Africa and branches and leaves in Europe. It’s a land of diversity that resembles our national dish, tagine. Just as many different ingredients form the perfect stew, the variation of the mountains and deserts, ancient medinas and modern cities, French and Arab cultures will make you want to savor every bite. – Chaima Ait Al Mekki, Morocco Country Director

Quote by: Born and raised in Marrakech, Chaima has been with Rustic since 2012. Fluent in Darija, Arabic, French, and English, she is an invaluable resource to our students. With a degree in actuarial finance, she uses her knowledge of business, languages, and culture to manage transformative programs. Chaima is a strong believer in cross-cultural discussions to better understand one another.