Lee Frost Photography
SOUTHERN MOROCCO PHOTO ADVENTURE 2021
NOTE: THIS TRIP WAS DUE TO TAKE PLACE IN NOVEMBER 2020, BUT HAS BEEN RE-SCHEDULED DUE TO COVID-19. IT WAS FULLY BOOKED, BUT 4 PEOPLE CAN'T MAKE THE NEW DATES SO THERE ARE NOW 4 PLACES AVAILABLE.
‘The nearest faraway place’
That's how Morocco is often described. Just four hours flight from London and you're not only in another country, but another continent; the kind of place where you expect Indiana Jones to appear any minute and take on a mob of turbaned Tuareg with his whip!
Exotic. Exciting. Enchanting. Morocco is one of the most fascinating countries you could ever hope you explore with your camera. From bustling souks, crumbling kasbahs and biblical villages to magnificent mountains, amazing sand seas and snake charmers, it has everything you could ever want and much more.
This 11-night trip takes in the best of Southern Morocco. Flying into the fabled ‘pink’ city of Marrakech, we will spend two days photographing its medina, souks and gardens before crossing the Atlas Mountains to the ancient kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, Morocco's best example of a fortified village and a backdrop to many a Hollywood epic - including Gladiator with Russell Crowe. Time and weather-permitting, we'll detour en-route to the amazing Glaoui Kasbah at Telouet.
Exploring the Dades Valley along the ‘Route of 1000 kasbahs’, the Dades Gorge with its amazing rock formations, the Todra Gorge and the oasis town of Tinerhir, we slowly head south to the Sahara, via the town of Tinejdad and the kasbah El Khorbat Oujdid. After a night in an auberge in Merzouga, on the edge of the Sahara Desert, we trek on camels across the Erg Chebbi sand sea and spend two nights in a luxury desert camp (complete with en-suite tents, double beds and electricity) where we can shoot the amazing desert scenery and clear skies. Once our desert adventure is over, we travel to the town of Nkob, where we stay in a converted kasbah, then on to Ouarzazate, home of the Taourirt Kasbah and back to Marrakech for a final night.
This is a fantastic photo adventure that leaves a lasting impression on anyone who takes part. You just can't fail to be inspired. I should know - I've led almost 20 photo tours to Morocco and I still look forward to going back. The scenery is stunning, the history and culture fascinating and the people friendly and welcoming.
I have organised the trip in conjunction with Intrepid, who have years of experience taking groups out to Morocco. In order to benefit from Intrepid's ATOL and ABTA protection, bookings must be made direct with them and deposits paid direct to them, so if would like to join me on this trip, please email me via the Contact page in the first instance, then I will send you a full itinerary and pass on your name and email address to Intrepid so they can send out a booking form and deposit request. Intrepid will also recommend flights and can book them on your behalf if you like.
I will still be your first point of contact for anything photography-related, so you can contact me at any time, and I will also send out advice on photography equipment, clothing etc approx two months before the trip.
To get a better idea of the locations and subjects we’ll photograph during this trip, check out my Southern Morocco portfolio on this website. There are also more images from Morocco in the Black & White Travel and Portraits portfolios.
At A Glance...
Deposit / Price
£200.00 / £2,900.00
Sharing Discount - £350.00
17th - 28th October, 2021
11 night's accommodation - hotel 7 nights, riad 2 nights, luxury desert camp 2 nights. All accommodation is en-suite and of a high standard, including the desert camp. Meals - 11 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 7 dinners. English speaking Moroccan guide and local guide in Marrakech, airport transfers on group basis for recommended flights, all transport during the trip including 4x4 drive in desert and camel trek, tuition from Lee.
Flights to/from Marrakech, meals not mentioned, drinks and snacks, tips, insurance, photographic equipment and materials.
Morocco, North Africa
Max Group Size