Alice Morrison describes herself as an adventurer and she has just completed an 81-day trek along the Draa River in Morocco’s south. Palm groves, adobe houses, and kasbahs that dot the landscape, and of course the flowing Draa River make this region one of my favourite region of Morocco. Accompanied by a team of local guides, Alice witnessed the effects of climate change and learned about nomadic life and how to spot a well in the middle of the Sahara Desert. But what really fascinated me about her adventure was her discovery of a former village while sat atop a sand dune one evening.
Listen in to hear about Alice’s adventures in Morocco’s south.
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- Tasting Marrakech food and cultural tours in Marrakech tasting-marrakech.com
- A boutique PR agency that works with brands based in Morocco seeking to reach international audiences or those seeking to break in to the Moroccan market saysomethingcommunication.com
- Freelance writing for print and digital mandyinmorocco.com/freelance-writing/
- And the little blog called Why Morocco that started back in 2010 when I decided to swap public employee life to pursue life in Marrakech mandyinmorocco.com.