Take a group of students into the High Atlas and two breakthroughs occur. They will understand how the mountain range can act as a weather barrier in a way that films, books and descriptions can never portray. And they will most certainly understand geographic diversity more powerfully than ever before.
On the other hand, when they witness the irrigation system of the Berber they will see how a nation can adapt to any possible environment.
While in imperial Marrakech they will be faced with the problems of planning the new urban environment and handling tourism in the face of the need to preserve the Bahia Palace.
Then, having seen the Medina and the Sahara, they will truly understand just how much contrast there can be in one country.
For Morocco is a country that reflects not just its climate and physical geography, but also the challenges of change, development and tourism.
Indeed these are the themes that Morocco illustrates: the contrast of hot deserts and fertile plains, the tectonic process, the issues of living in harsh environments, changing urban settings…
It is because Morocco offers students such a varied geographical experience that it is important that a study trip to the country is built around your specific needs.
For Morocco offers students the ultimate lesson in adaptation where the options are endless. Which is why, although StudyTrips offers suggestions for tours and visits ranging from Marrakech to the High Atlas Mountain Village of Imlil, it is your choice as to where the journey takes you and your students.
In short, we can build the visit that you want, offer advice on each segment of the visit, and help you achieve exactly what you want to achieve for the benefit of your students.
And should Morocco not be your choice this year we also arrange visits to Iceland, the West Coast of the USA, Barcelona and Catalonia, Sorrento and the Bay of Naples, the South of France, the Netherlands and London.
I look forward to hearing from you.
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