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The French protectorate of Morocco lasted only 44 years, which is incredibly short in the lifespan of this country. While it’s true many working in the hospitality industry will speak French, visitors shouldn’t assume everyone speaks French or that this is a “French” country as is sometimes said. All things being equal, it is fair to say there is a lot of French influence that still exists in the language and culture left behind.
A frank description of our clients
Every tour operator we have seen has an “About Us” on their website. We think it is equally important to talk “About You”. Otherwise when you visit our website you have to work out on your own if there is a match, and we think that can be a bit difficult particularly with so many different offerings on the market. So here goes…
Morocco – Follow in the Footsteps of Great Artists Delacroix, Matisse & Dali: Part 3 (2nd & final leg of proposed journey) of 3
In the desert you may see bizarre rock formations that seem eerily “constructed” somehow or nomad frames made from acacia wood that curiously remind you of a camel or of some kind of fantastic beast. The spiritual vastness is omnipresent especially at sunrise and sunset.
On the way down to the desert we will…
Morocco – Follow in the Footsteps of Great Artists Delacroix, Matisse & Dali: Part 3 (1st leg of proposed journey) of 3
We aim to design a group tour of Morocco that genuflects to Delacroix, Matisse and Dali (who each spent time there).* We’ll offer you the sights and sounds, smells, tastes and feeling, without the overload on learning. We aim to knock you out sensorily, not “informationally” as you might already be saturated with data!
Immerse yourself in the psychoscapes of Dali and of the inhabitants of South East Morocco
Immerse yourself in the inspirations of Delacroix & Matisse