Morocco Photography Expedition

June 21, 2011 | By

Experience Morocco’s mystique with a National Geographic photographer on a special photography expedition. With your camera in hand, discover the enchanting cities of Marrakech and Fez, venture into rose-colored kasbahs, and visit Berbers in their mountain villages. Along the way, our expert will share techniques and insights about how to best capture the variety of images you’ll encounter.

Trip Highlights

  • 11-day journey with a renowned National Geographic photographer
  • Photograph Casablanca, Marrakech, Fez, the Sahara, and the Atlas Mountains
  • Photograph the ancient adobe village of Aït Benhaddou lit up by the late afternoon light.
  • Ride into the Sahara on a camel in time to capture the sun setting on the dunes.
  • Snap portraits of the wizened snake charmers of Marrakech, tanners knee-deep in dye vats, and traditional Berber families.
  • Experience the diverse landscapes of Morocco, from cool mountain forests and coastal towns to rocky outcrops that rise out of lush oases..

What To Expect

Our hotels are first-class, well-located properties that reflect the character of each region. In Marrakech, Ouarzazate, and Fez, each hotel has a lovely pool and stunning tropical gardens. Our camp in Merzouga features deluxe Berber-style tents with en suite bathrooms and generator-powered electricity.

Expedition Costs for 2011 and 2012:  $5,995

Prices are per person, double occupancy. Airfare is not included in the expedition cost. Economy airfare from New York to Casablanca, and return from Fez, is $1,400 (subject to change).

Call for more details and information.  866-327-7600.