Honeymoon Registry for Rhonda and Sean

Destination: Morocco

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Rhonda and Sean

We are going to Morocco! We have been working with a wonderful outfitter (Global Basecamps) to create a custom itinerary for our honeymoon. We will be visiting ancient medinas, riding camels into the desert, sleeping in a Bedouin-style tent, and getting lost in the bustling markets. Sounds like a dream, right? We couldn't be more excited!

Morocco Marrakesh, Morocco Meknes, Morocco Oakland, California Essaouira, Morocco
Flights to Casablanca

Flights to Casablanca

$1,500

We are headed to Morocco! Our first stop is the setting of one of the most romantic films ever made. Awww! :)

Maamura Hotel

Maamura Hotel

$300

We will be spending our first two nights at Maamura Hotel, located in the center of Casablanca.

Dinner in Casablana

Dinner in Casablana

$200

Rhonda and Sean love food and can't wait for all the hariras (lentil soup), tagines (clay pot cooked vegetables), and merguez (spicy sausage).

Train to Fez

Train to Fez

$60

We'll travel via train from Casablanca to Fez (home of the Fez).

Tour of Bab Mansour

Tour of Bab Mansour

$100

A visit to Meknes and it's famous Bab Mansour gate, now used as an art gallery.

Tour of Volubilis

Tour of Volubilis

$100

A tour of the Roman ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the sacred town of Moulay Idriss.

Tour of Fez Medina

Tour of Fez Medina

$120

Fez Medina was founded between 789 and 808 AD and is also home to the oldest university in the world. And we get to take a private tour of it!

Two nights at the Riad Tafilalet

Two nights at the Riad Tafilalet

$480

A Riad is a traditional Moroccan house or palace and many of them are now used as hotels. This particular riad overlooks the maze-like 9,000 streets and alleyways of Fez Medina.

Dinner in Fez

Dinner in Fez

$200

Morocco is an old country and has been exposed to many other countries, cultures, and people. The cuisine there has taken a little bit of everything from all of them. AND ALSO IT SOUNDS DELICIOUS.

Private transport to the Erg Chebi region of the Sahara Desert

Private transport to the Erg Chebi region of the Sahara Desert

$150

Getting around in Morocco is easiest (and sometimes only possible) by private transport. Help us get where we're going (in this case it's the Sahara Desert).

Local village tour

Local village tour

$100

Our guide will take us to visit his small village in the Ziz Valley, Morocco's largest date-producting region, and tour the surrounding date palms and farms.

Camel Ride!

Camel Ride!

$300

Believe it or not, this is our mode of transportation to and from our hotel in the desert. Rhonda is terribly excited about riding a camel (Sean is only really excited). We promise to send pictures...

Sunset camel ride

Sunset camel ride

$160

In fact, Rhonda is so excited about riding a camel, that she's convincing Sean to take a sunset camel ride!

Overnight stay at Kasbah Tombouctou

Overnight stay at Kasbah Tombouctou

$200

We will be sleeping in a Bedouin-style tent (fabric walls and a few beautiful rugs separating us from the sand) in between the dunes of the Erg Chebi Desert

Two nights at the Le Perle Du Dades in Dades Valley

Two nights at the Le Perle Du Dades in Dades Valley

$300

This traditional Berber Kasbah is located at the foot of the High Atlas Mountains and is set among olive, fig, and date trees. Give this as a gift at your own risk: Sean feels like it's the perfect...

Tour of Ouarzazate

Tour of Ouarzazate

$50

This is where Daenerys Targaryen and Khal Drogo got married. We are not kidding. We get to go to Westeros! And we may come back with a dragon (If you are confused, it's because these are all Game o...

Tour of Taorirt

Tour of Taorirt

$50

This Kasbah sits an important intersection of roads between Casablana, Rabat, and Fez.

Tour of Telouet

Tour of Telouet

$50

Former palacial home to Thami El Glaoui, also known as King of the Atlas. That is about the coolest "also known as" ever.

Private transport to the High Atlas Mountains

Private transport to the High Atlas Mountains

$200

After trains, buses, and camels, we'll probably be ready for a jeep with air conditioning.

Guided Hike through the High Atlas Mountains

Guided Hike through the High Atlas Mountains

$250

Well, hopefully we won't be guided through the entire mountain range... This is at the top of Sean's must-see list in Morocco!

Private transport to Marrakesh

Private transport to Marrakesh

$200

One last little jaunt through the mountains on our way to Marrakesh.

Visit to the Jma el Fna square in Marrakesh

Visit to the Jma el Fna square in Marrakesh

$100

We have been promised "storytellers, musicians, acrobats, snake charmers, and more"! How could we pass this up?

Dinner in Marrakesh

Dinner in Marrakesh

$300

Our hosts at Dar Silsila should be able to help us find an excellent spot for a dinner or two during our stay in Marrakesh.

Two nights at Dar Silsila in Marrakesh

Two nights at Dar Silsila in Marrakesh

$400

The entrance to this five-star hotel is down a private alley. It will make a perfect place to rest up for the final leg of our journey. The owner is known for helping guests get the full Marrakesh ...

Bus trip to Essaouira

Bus trip to Essaouira

$200

There's no train from Marrakesh to the coastal city of Essaouira so we'll be hopping on a bus for the three hour trip (Rhonda and Sean take the bus to work so this should make them feel right at ho...

Two nights at Essaouira Riad

Two nights at Essaouira Riad

$450

Essaouira is a quiet coastal town known for it's arts community and for being a quieter and more relaxing destination than the Imprerial Cities.

Final night in Marrakesh

Final night in Marrakesh

$240

One last night before coming home and sharing pictures with all of our friends and family!

Flights home

Flights home

$1,500

Flights from Marrakesh back to Oakland and "the real world"

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