Discover Ltd has been running school field trips and educational tours for over forty years, offering students and teachers wonderful study tour experiences in spectacular locations. We have a base in Morocco in the Toubkal National Park which enables us to organise bespoke study tours around the whole of Morocco.
Field study visit & inspection tour to Morocco
An opportunity for Geography teachers to explore the superb range of geographical learning experiences available to students who undertake a field study trip to Morocco
We are offering a new set of teaching resources aimed to support the study of key geographical themes at GCSE and A level. We are focusing on three key geographical topics for which Morocco provides an excellent country case study: Hot Deserts, Development and Resources. We intend to add to these in the forthcoming months.
Discover can take you from the summit of Jbel Toubkal, the highest mountain in North Africa, to the edge of the vast Sahara Desert. We can guide you through the bewildering souk in Marrakech, and let you witness the living theatre of its enormous square, the infamous Jemaa el Fna.
Students and teachers alike return from Morocco with eyes opened and lives enriched by contact with the people of Moroccan.
- Why travel with Discover Ltd?
- What other groups have done with Discover
- Download our Morocco brochure
- Download Morocco brochure (hi-res)
- Download our GCSE, A-level and IB information sheet
- Prices for UK Schools 2023
- Prices for International Schools 2023
- Prices for UK Schools 2024
- Prices for International Schools 2024
What people have said
From the bustling, colourful and aromatic souks of Marrakech to the vast, undulating rocky desert and the majestic snow-capped peaks of the High Atlas, Morocco is a geographer’s paradise.
These contrasting environments offer a huge range of opportunities for field studies and individual investigations. For all that the country has to offer, the lasting and most powerful memory is of its people; proud, welcoming and unfailingly courteous. In a world torn apart by posturing, hatred and mistrust, students can learn so much from the kindness of the Moroccan people; their inclusivity, warmth and hospitality.
For so many reasons, Morocco should be high on the list of field study destinations.”