Marrakech Tour

Marrakech, Morocco: September 21-25

Marrakech, Morocco, was the starting point of the ancient caravan routes across the Sahara and remains one of the most magical cities in North Africa. Here we will meet Sufis, visit places of spiritual significance and absorb the exotic ambience of this legendary place. 

Our Moroccan post-conference tour will begin Friday, September 21st, and will conclude after breakfast on Tuesday, September 25th.  Participants will all stay at The Hotel Alixares on the evening of September 20th and are responsible for their own dinner that night. 

We will be making this extraordinary excursion at one of the most sacred times of the year in both the Jewish and Islamic calendars, as Ramadan and Yom Kippur will be converging during our time in Morocco. Yom Kippur services will be arranged for those who wish to observe the High Holy Days.

Pricing includes four nights’ accommodations, all meals during the post-conference trip, and all sightseeing activities.

Price: $1195 per person for accommodations in a double room, $1455 for a single room.  This cost includes accommodations from September 20-24, all meals in Morocco (participants are responsible for their own dinner on September 20), English-speaking tour guides, bus travel in Morocco, entrance fees to sites and one-way air fare between Granada and Marrakech.

Please be aware that in order to travel as a group with the Open Center between Granada and Marrakech, pre-registration for this post-conference tour must be received by July 18th.
 
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Granada is a city and the capital of the province of Granada, in the autonomous region of Andalusia. It is situated at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountains.
 
Andalusia is an autonomous community of Spain. Andalusia is the most populated and second largest of the seventeen autonomous communities that constitute Spain.
 
Marrakech, known as the "Red City or Al Hamra," is a city in southwestern Morocco in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains.
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