Cycling and Photography Tour in Morocco

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Intentionally Lost is hosting a cycling and photography-themed tour in Morocco.
Intentionally Lost is hosting a cycling and photography-themed tour in Morocco.

For the clients who love photography just as much as they enjoy a day of bike riding, Intentionally Lost is offering a Morocco Photography and Cycling Tour this fall.

Departing Oct. 1, 2018, the 12-day, small-group tour begins in Casablanca and gives travelers the opportunity to ride through and photograph the blue city of Chefchaouen; the Roman ruins; the historical capital of Fes; the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi in the Sahara Desert; and the highest mountain pass in Morocco before ending the tour in Marrakech. The fully guided tour features eight riding days covering 400 miles, 15 organized photo locations, plus three photo review and editing sessions with professional photographers who are also cycling enthusiasts riding with the guests each day of the tour.

Photography instruction will be provided at each photo location for those who are learning or want to strengthen their visual storytelling skills, but professional and experienced photographers are also welcome. Riding days are moderately challenging and designed for recreational cyclists who can average 45 miles a day or roughly three to four hours a day on the bike. For guests who may need a break from riding or are simply on the trip for the photography aspect of the tour, air conditioned transportation will be provided.

Rates for the Morocco Photography and Cycling Tour start at $4,990 pp dbl including full vehicle support; professional cycling leaders; lodging in three- and four-star accommodations; all breakfasts, most lunches and dinners; photography instruction; and bike rentals.

For more information, visit intentionallylost.com, and for agents looking to explore Morocco for themselves, click here to read about available FAMs in the country.

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