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Morocco

A new nature-focused exploration of the varied ecosystems of North Africa.

  • Souss Massa's impressive diversity of habitats draw a wide range of species, including the sahara oryx.

  • Explore Morocco's mountains on foot, following narrow tracks that pass through Berber villages.

  • Learn about desert ecology as you share mint tea with nomadic camel breeders and stay in a private Sahara camp.

  • Ocean waves serve as nature's sculptors, carving magnificant formations into the cliffs of Morocco's expansive coastline.

Morocco has long held a mystique for travelers. From ancient kasbahs to bustling open-air souks, the North African kingdom’s cultural history is riveting. But so is its natural history.

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Morocco

Morocco: A North African Nature Odyssey
Discover another side of Morocco on this nature-focused journey through the most biodiverse nation in North Africa. From the Mediterranean to the Sahara, examine a remarkable array of geographic features: rocky coast and desert dunes, deep gorges and High Atlas peaks, argan forests and palm-fringed lagoons.
12-day tours from $8,995


Available Extension

Fes & Ifrane National Park 4 days from $2,495

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WWF & Natural Habitat Adventures
Call (888) 993 – 8687 to book your spot on this tour. Questions? Email us at travel@wwfus.org.

WWF in Morocco
WWF and its partners work in Morocco on community-based conservation, environmental education and ecosystem management because of the variety of habitats fosters a diversity in flora and fauna that’s unmatched around the Mediterranean.

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