Typical narrow backstreet in Chefchaouen, Rif Mountains, Morocco

Itinerary: Morocco - Journey Through Morocco

9 April to 28 April 2019

We’ll take you along roads less travelled, to desert villages of fortified mud kasbah’s, across soaring sand dunes, to lush oases and World Heritage towns with their ever-enchanting labyrinths of bazaars, souks and cool courtyards wafted by the smells of aromatic teas and colourful tagines, sun-drenched workshops overflowing with leather-ware, carpets and jewellery. Traverse the stunning Atlas Mountains, follow the footsteps of Roman Legions and Muslim scholars, and be transported to the days when the Berber nomads traversed Saharan deserts plying the trade routes since the beginning of time. You’ll explore great cities and World Heritage sites and encounter remote villages and the unparalleled scenic splendour of wild landscapes.

Join us on this spectacular Journey of intoxicating beauty to the vibrant heart and soul of Morocco, where African and Arabic cultures are accented with the glamour of France, where the mediaeval walls of its ancient cities surround spice-laden souks, bustling medinas, leather workshops and crafts of every kind.

The handcrafted itinerary highlights the most significant historical and cultural aspects of Morocco, from ancient monuments, richly decorated palaces, and glorious mosques to create a fascinating mixture of art, food, music and above all, encounters with the warm peoples of this unforgettable destination.

On this Journey you will:

• wander enchanting labyrinthine bazaars and souks in the old medinas
• witness an incredible sun rise over the endless dunes of the Sahara Desert
• fall in love with Chefchaouen - Morocco's magical blue city
• see the magnificent Medina of Fes el-Bali in the medieval capital of Fez
• travel back to a slower time of aromatic mint tea in cool courtyards and sun-drenched bazaars overflowing with handmade jewellery and colourful tagines
• explore the stunning Jardin Marjorelle, gifted to Marrakesh by Yves Saint Laurent
• feel the buzz of Marrakesh's Jemaa-el-Fna Square walking through the stalls, snake-charmers and other entertainers on your way to dinner
• marvel at Berber villages and nomadic life, lush oases, fortified kasbahs, the breathtaking High Atlas Mountains

Our Hotels:

We understand that travel isn't all about a fleeting glimpse of popular mass tourist spots, or staying just at luxury hotels, but is also about time, space, privacy and those special destinations and moments that turn your holiday into a truly magical experience. The Journey is augmented with accommodation rich with atmospheric heritage, many of which will take you back in time to an earlier era and way of life. We are offering 4-5 star hotels and magical riads on this Journey which will reward you with memories for years to come. With our innovative itinerary, our top-notch experts, and a thriving network of resources throughout Morocco, we have the privilege of offering exceptional travel experiences. There is nothing quite like seeing places through the eyes of someone who knows them intimately and cares about them passionately. We take care of the details so you can relax, enjoy, and immerse yourself in the wonder of the places you are visiting and exploring.

Participants should note that the order of visits and activities described may be modified to accommodate changes in flight schedules, special access to museums and craftspeople, the pathways chosen by our experienced and knowledgeable local guides, local road conditions and unexpected contingencies such as festivals, street processions or religious ceremonies. All hotels are subject to confirmation and we reserve the right to substitute a hotel of the same standard if necessary.

Meals:

Daily breakfasts are provided in your hotels. Everyone discovering Morocco loves to find local specialities and little restaurants down the street, so we are just including all breakfasts and a number of dinners as indicated B (Breakfast) D (Dinner).

Itinerary:

Day 1: 9 April 2019, Depart Australia with QATAR or Emirates Airlines

Day 2: 10 April 2019, Arrive in Casablanca, B

Our Journey Through Morocco begins on arrival at legendary Casablanca, when we are met by our guide and begin an orientation tour of the fabled Barbary Coast city founded in the 12th century. This former French colonial post is the most cosmopolitan city in Morocco and our introductory tour includes the popular La Corniche beachside precinct, the Hassan II Mosque which is dramatically situated on a promontory jutting in to the Atlantic, and the Plaza of Mohammed V.

Hassan II mosque, Casablanca, Morocco

Overnight stay: Kenzi Basma, best 4 star hotel in Casablanca city center

Room, Hotel Kenzi Basma, Casablanca, Morocco

Bathroom, Hotel Kenzi Basma, Casablanca, Morocco

Day 3: 11 April 2019, Casablanca - Rabat - Asilah - Chefchaouen, B

Heading north along the Atlantic coast, drive to Rabat and enjoy a tour of the capital of Morocco. You will walk around the entrance to the Royal Palace, then continue to the Mohammed V Mausoleum. Here lie the tombs of the nation's (and the current king's) grandfather, King Mohammed V, and his two sons King Hassan II and Prince Moulay Abdellah. Mosaics rise from the marble floor to a ceiling of gold leaf and hand-carved cedar wood, while the three ground-floor tombs are carved from white onyx. Next to the Mausoleum is Le Tour Hassan (the Hassan Tower), which is the towering minaret of the Hassan Mosque, which began construction in 1195.

Hassan Tower in front of Royal Tomb, Rabat, Morocco

Public Water Fountain, Rabat, Morocco

Kasbah des Oudaias, fortified wall with Almohad gate Bab Oudaia, Rabat, Morocco

We stop at Asilah for an exploration of this fascinating town; a bright and fresh destination that provides a taste of old Spain mixed with Moroccan traditions. The streets are adorned with inspiring art work and you’ll be charmed with the souk as it’s market day, and you can wander the peaceful and enchanting stalls.

Old town and fortress of Asilah, Morocco

Asilah, Morocco

Overnight stay: Dar Echhaouen, Chefchaouen

Dar Echaouen, Chefchaouen, Rif Mountains, Morocco

Hotel Room, Dar Echaouen, Chefchaouen, Rif Mountains, Morocco

Restaurant, Dar Echaouen, Chefchaouen, Rif Mountains, Morocco

Day 4: 12 April 2019, Chefchaouen exploration, B/D

With its distinctive pale blue and whitewashed buildings and winding alleyways, Chefchaouen is a charming place with strong Andalusian connections. It was here to which many Jews and Moors fled during the Spanish Inquisition. Highlights of our day include the Outa-el-Hammam square, the cobblestone medina and the Tarik-Ben-Ziad mosque whose octagonal minaret is inspired by that of the Torre de Oro in Seville. In the heart of the Medina is the Plaza Utta el-Hammam, a perfect place to stop for Lunch. Enjoy the remainder of the day wandering on your own through the medina, shopping for handicrafts or relaxing in one of the many outdoor cafés. Chaouen, as Moroccans often call it, offers many handicrafts such as wool garments and woven blankets that are not available elsewhere. The goat cheese native to the area is also popular.

Tonight, we will enjoy a traditional Moroccan dinner by way of welcome to this fascinating country.

Birdseye view Chefchaouen, Rif Mountains, Morocco

Chefchaouen, Rif Mountains, Morocco

Blue alley, Chefchaouen, Rif Mountains, Morocco

Day 5: 13 April 2019, Chefchaouen - Moulay Driss - Fes, B

Descending this morning through the Rif Mountains we arrive in the ancient town of Moulay Idriss, to see where Morocco's first Arab conquerors settled, in this small, sacred town. Then off to the World Heritage designated 17th century Meknes. Explore the sights including the famous colossal gate of Bab el Mansour, the main entrance to the second Alaouite sultan-Moulay Ismail’s city, the massive Heri es-Souani granaries and the Agdal Basin water reservoir.

Dar El-Makhzen, Meknes, Morocco

Birdseye view, Fes, Morocco

Bab Bou Jeloud, Fes, Morocco

Overnight stay: Riad Arabesque, Luxury Small Hotel & Spa

Swimming Pool, Riad, Arabesque, Fes, Morocco

Garden Restaurant, Riad, Arabesque, Fes, Morocco

Guest Room, Riad Arabesque, Fes, Morocco

Bathroom, Riad, Arabesque, Fes, Morocco

Breakfast, Riad, Arabesque, Fes, Morocco

Day 6: 14 April 2019, Fes exploration, B

Fes, the cultural capital, is one of the most complete medieval Islamic cities in the world and one of the great trading capitals from Trans-Saharan camel caravan times. Passing through the gates and walls into the alleyways beyond transports us back in time. The streets remain as they were in the 8th century, with high walls that protect the courtyards inside from the heat of the midday sun. Enormous theosophical colleges, beautiful mosques and fascinating souks spilling their goods onto the pavement are all part of the scene. Visit the Place an-Nejjarine, where an ancient caravanserai overlooks a fountain; wander outside the great Qayrawan mosque, passing 14th century merchant's shops; or head to the Souk Ain Allou tanneries - where leather is stained in vats of strikingly coloured dyes. After a break for lunch we continue wandering the twisting streets and alleyways passing donkeys piled high with goods, historic khans, madrassas and stalls loaded with fruits of every kind. In the souk al- Attarine in between the squawk of chickens, the scent of exotic spices fills the air, then to souk au Henne (henna and kohl), Fes el Jdid, the exterior of Dar el Makhzen (Royal Palace) and the enormous Merenid gate of Bab Dekakene. After dinner, why not try the hammam, or traditional bathhouse, which steams away the stresses of life?

Melon seller, Royal Palace, Fes, Morocco

Arabic pottery, Fes, Morocco

Day 7: 15 April 2019, Fes - Bhalil Village (Excursion), B

After a leisurely breakfast we depart for Sefrou-Bhalil, a charming village splashed with pastel hues of pink, yellow, and blue, and is unique for its troglodyte houses. Dating back to the 4th century, these cave dwellings were built into the picturesque mountainside to avoid the heat of summer and the cold of winter.

With a large single living space used for cooking, sleeping as well as for daily living they provide a unique glimpse of a very different Morocco. The village is also well known for producing djellaba buttons, and seeing groups of women together chatting while they weave eclectically coloured string is a common sight. Surrounded by olive orchards, the caves also provide a view of Sefrou from the opposite side of the cascades. Return to Fes at lunchtime.

The remainder of day is at leisure to explore and mingle with the friendly locals as they go about their daily lives. Wander the alleyways, cross the stone bridges and climb to the top of the town and take in the view of the beautiful valley below from the late 16th century Borj Sud fortress. Why not visit the Dar Batha Museum housed in a 19th century Moorish palace and set around its traditional courtyard garden?

Day 8: 16 April 2019, Fes - Midelt - Erfoud, B/D

A change of scenery today as you leave the crowded streets of old Fes behind and set out across the mountains of the Middle Atlas. We start to discover some of Morocco's beautiful mountainous landscapes today as we leave Fes and follow ancient caravan routes up into the hills. Along the way we'll stop at Ifran, known as the ''Switzerland of Morocco'' and a huge contrast to some of the other more Arabic feeling cities you'll see in Morocco. The French built Ifran in the 1930s, with the intention of recreating an alpine style resort, and you'll see beautiful parks with lakes, flower beds, and red roofed houses throughout what was named the second cleanest city in the world in 2013. The wilderness you cross is incredibly diverse and can vary from rocky, sun-baked plains, to cedar- clad mountains and deep canyons. We start descending into the picturesque Ziz Valley oasis. The scenery will change yet again as we start seeing the first sand dunes from the road. Here we reach our hotel and watch the sun setting over the vast expanse of rolling desert dunes on the edge of the Sahara.

Sand dunes, Erg Chebbi, Morocco

Overnight stay: Xaluca Maadid, Kasbah Hotel Arfoud

Entrance Kasbah Hotel Xaluca Arfoud, Morocco

Guest Room, Kasbah Hotel Xaluca Arfoud, Morocco

Guest Room with Amenities, Kasbah Hotel Xaluca Arfoud, Morocco

Undercover Swimming Pool, Kasbah Hotel Xaluca Arfoud, Morocco

Day 9: 17 April 2019, Erfoud - Erg Chebbi - Merzouga, B/D

We leave Erfoud after a leisurely morning (enjoy the pool??) and visit the souk and Rissani, (the birthplace of the Alaouite Dynasty - Morocco's current royal family), before driving in 4WD vehicles through the famous Erg Chebbi sand desert to Merzouga. Later we transfer to camels and take a camel ride through the sand dunes. The sturdy camel has been a mainstay of desert life over the centuries, being used to ship the precious cargoes from sub-Saharan Africa to the trading ports of the Mediterranean coast. You can ride your camel or walk alongside as you slip into the pace of the caravan led by Berber guides and marvel at the awesome spectacle of the desert and the solitude and silence that comes with it. The great ‘sand sea’ of Merzouga, a beautiful area of fine, apricot-coloured sand stretches as far as the eye can see. You can enjoy some spectacular views from our hotel over the sand dunes as the sun sinks below the horizon. Our hotel here has become one of the most prestigious establishments in the Desert. Its majestic structure and its privileged location are in keeping with the essence of traditional construction, having been designed with natural materials, warm colours, and walls covered with “tadalaket” a typical Moroccan lime plaster coating. OR… stay in the dunes.

Camel Ride through the sand dunes, Merzouga, Erg Chebbi, Morocco

Camel Caravan at sunset, Erg Chebbi, Morocco

Two resting camels at sunset, Erg Chebbi, Morocco

Please note:

We are offering a choice of accommodation here. Either the Kasbah Timbouctou, (included in the tour price), or you may enjoy a desert camp experience instead at the Bivouac etoile for a supplement of AUD 35.00 per person, twin share. For a supplement of around AUD 210.00 per person twin share, you can enjoy a very special night under the stars at the beautiful Merzouga Luxury Desert Camp. See booking form for options

Kasbah Timbouctou: Grup Xaluca | Kasbah Hotel Tombouctou

Entrance, Kasbah Hotel Timboctou, Merzouga, Morocco

Guest Room, Kasbah Hotel Timboctou, Merzouga, Morocco

Bivouac etoile: Grup Xaluca | Auberge La Belle Étoile

Desert Camp, Auberge La Belle Etoile, Merzouga, Morocco

Luxury Desert Camp: Merzouga Luxury Desert Camp

Colourful Sand dunes, Erg Chebbi Desert, Morocco

Luxury Desert Camp, Merzouga, Morocco

At your service, Luxury Desert Camp, Merzouga, Morocco

Day 10: 18 April 2019, Merzouga - Alnif - Tazarine - Zagora, B

The best time to experience its beauty is at dawn when sunrise over this incredible landscape is breathtaking. After breakfast our Journey takes you to the old desert camel caravan oasis town of Zagora by way of Alnif in the Anti-Atlas Mountains. Much of these Mountains are built of Paleozoic rocks, dating back to between 245 and 570 million years. When these rocks were deposited, a shallow sea covered the region. Trilobites scuttled along the seafloor, and huge schools of squid-like nautiloids with cone-shaped shells, swam above. When they died, their shells were preserved in the limy mud of the Maidir basin, awaiting resurrection as the polished curios, coffee tables and ornamental sinks that now cram Alnif’s roadside shops. At Tazarine we may visit (time permitting) the ancient rock carvings. Zagora is famously claimed to be a 52-day journey by camel caravan to Timbuktu.

Overnight stay: Daar Azawad Mhamid Luxury Hotel

Entrance, Daar Azawad Mhamid Luxury Hotel, Zagora, Morocco

Swimming Pool, Daar Azawad Mhamid Luxury Hotel, Zagora, Morocco

Restaurant, Daar Azawad Mhamid Luxury Hotel, Zagora, Morocco

Guest Room, Daar Azawad Mhamid Luxury Hotel, Zagora, Morocco

Day 11: 19 April 2019, Zagora - Ouarzazate, B

After breakfast, enjoy the tour of Zagora including some of the oldest villages in Morocco. Visit the pottery section of Tamgroute then transfer to Ouarzazate along the Draa Valley. Continue on the ‘Road of a Thousand Kasbahs’ to the oasis of Ouarzazate Enjoy a city tour of Ouarzazate including the Taourirt and Tifoultout Kasbahs, which are considered to be among the most beautiful kasbahs in Morocco.

Overnight stay: Kasbah Riad-Hotel Dar Chemaa

Swining Pool, Kasbah Riad-Hotel Dar Chemaa, Ouarzazate, Morocco

Guest Room, Kasbah Riad-Hotel Dar Chemaa, Ouarzazate, Morocco

Restaurant, Kasbah Riad-Hotel Dar Chemaa, Ouarzazate, Morocco

Day 12: 20 April 2019, Ouarzazate - Tinghir - Ouarzazate, B

Excursion to Todra Gorge and Dades Valley. Enjoy walking in the famous Todra Gorge, a 300m wall, carved deep into the High Atlas Mountains. Leave Tinghir heading to Dades and its charming valley. Stop there to take pictures and lunch, then continue along to Kelaat M’Gouna, a large village famous for cultivating roses. Late in the afternoon return to Ouarzazate.

Camel with old Tinghir mud houses in background, Tinghir, Morocco

Day 13: 21 April 2019, Ouarzazate - Ait Benhaddou - Marrakech, B

After breakfast, leave Ouarzazate crossing the High Atlas Mountains via the magnificent Tiz In Tichka pass (2262m) to the UNESCO-World Heritage listed city of Aït Benhaddou. With its dramatic walls of red earth, slit windows and crumbling towers, it is a magnificent example of a traditional stronghold. Home to some of Morocco’s best-preserved Kasbahs, once occupied a prominent position on the trans-Saharan trade route and is now one of the country’s most famous attractions. Sculpted from traditional mud bricks, the town is a striking sight, perched on the edge of the High Atlas Mountains and fortified by walls of dark red pisé. Chosen as a location for Hollywood films such as Lawrence of Arabia, Kundun, Jewel of the Nile, Jesus of Nazareth, Gladiator, and more recently for HBO’s fantasy series Game of Thrones. Have plenty of space and battery power in your cameras today!

On arrival in Marrakech we stay for 3 nights in the heart of the old medina in one of the most atmospheric of Marrakech riads. Free time this evening to find local delicacies at one of the cafés on the Djemaa el Fna, and watch Marrakech life go by.

UNESCO-World Heritage listed city of Aït Benhaddou, Morocco

Overnight stay: Riad Slitine, Marrakesh

Swimming Pool, Riad Slitine, Marrakesh, Morocco

Garden Restaurant, Riad Slitine, Marrakesh, Morocco

Swimming Pool from above, Riad Slitine, Marrakesh, Morocco

Guest Room, Riad Slitine, Marrakesh, Morocco

Day 14: 22 April 2019, Marrakech - City tour, B

Our full day heritage tour of Marrakech showcases the city’s stunning past and allows you to immerse yourself in sights, sounds and smells of this captivating city. You explore the UNESCO world heritage old walled medina, La Bahia Palace, Ben Youssef Madrasa, Koutoubia Mosque, the Saadian tombs. Then weave your way through the maze of alleyways watching traditional craftsmen using techniques handed down through the centuries as they hand work metals, leathers, fabrics and glass. See the famously colourful Marrakechi watermen who ply the medina selling water and be enthralled by Place Djemaa el-Fna with its magicians, story tellers, snake charmers, shamen and fortune tellers.

Medersa Ben Youssef, Marrakesh, Morocco

Souks, Old Medina, Marrakesh, Morocco

Water Sellers, Place Djemna Al Fna, Marrakesh, Morocco

Birdseye view, Place Djemna al Fna, Marrakesh, Morocco

Surrounded by its millennia old red walls and with its dramatic High Atlas backdrop and vibrancy of life, Marrakech weaves a magical spell over all who visit.

Majorelle Garden, Marrakesh, Morocco

Day 15: 23 April 2019, Marrakech - Half day tour, B

This morning we continue our discovery of Marrakech with a half-day gardens and arts tour visiting Majorelle Garden gifted to Marrakesh by Yves Saint Laurent, and the Berber Arts Museum, Cyber Garden, the La Palmaries area and the Dar Si Said Museum of Moroccan Arts. In the afternoon you have free time to be mesmerised by Marrakech.

Tran Quoc Pagoda Hanoi, Vietnam

This evening there is an option to enjoy Marrakech culture and food at the Chez Ali restaurant and performance area.

Day 16: 24 April 2019, Marrakech - Essaouira, B

After breakfast, transfer to Essaouira. On the way visit a women’s Argan cooperative where we witness how they produce Argan oil and its beauty products and then in discussion with fellow travellers, we may continue to “Les Domaines du Val d'Argan”, the smallest winery in Morocco, for a wine tasting, (costs start from 12 Euro), before reaching our destination. Essaouira is a beach town, albeit a culturally dense one. In the way of high profile attractions, it’s got a brilliant medina––named a world heritage site by UNESCO–ramparts, a Jewish cemetery, a Kasbah, a citadel, and a bust of Orson Welles. Afternoon free for individual activities. The real sites in Essaouira are the beaches, the port, and the market. Rather than shopping, some people choose to windsurf on the ocean, while others opt for a camel ride along the beach. In either case, make sure not to miss the maze of narrow lanes with tiny cafes looking out onto small squares encircled by Portuguese, Berber and French battlements. Two fortresses look out over the ocean, and on an offshore island stands another, even larger castle. As befits a seaport, the pace of life is more relaxed here, and the whitewashed streets lend a truly Mediterranean air to the city, Discover the art galleries, cooperatives and workshops, of which there are plenty throughout the city.

Fortified Essaouira, Morocco

Essaouira, Morocco

Overnight stay: Hotel Atlas Essaouira & Spa

Lobby, Hotel Atlas Essaouira & Spa, Essaouira, Morocco

Guest Room, Hotel Atlas Essaouira & Spa, Essaouira, Morocco

Day 17: 25 April 2019, Essaouira - Safi - El Jadida - Casablanca, B/D

Morning at leisure to stroll around the lively old port that is full of colour and interest. The harbour was once the lair of pirates who sailed out to plunder richly laden ships that passed along the coast; after all, this was the main trade route round the Cape of Good Hope to Western Europe. The cosmopolitan mixture of different influences makes it a wonderful place to explore - and it is full of visual surprises. Then transfer to Casablanca via Safi which is renowned for its outstanding pottery traditions and El Jadida. Tonight, we farewell Morocco at a ‘special dinner’ to celebrate our Journey Though Morocco. Our typically Moroccan dinner is set in a décor of stucco, woodwork and mosaics, accompanied by the sound of the gimbri lute and the tbal drum playing for dancers.

Safi Pottery, Safi, Morocco

Fortified El Jadida, Morocco

Manueline Cistern, Fortress of El Jadida (Mazagan),Morocco

Fishing boat at sunset, El Jadida, Morocco

Overnight stay: Kenzi Basma, best 4 star hotel in Casablanca city center

Day 18: 26 April 2019, Casablanca airport, B

Transfer to Casablanca airport for your return flight.

Day 19: 27 April 2019, Doha or Dubai

QATAR and Emirates arrive in the very early morning. Transfer to hotel (Costs not included. We have a wide range of accommodation and tours available). Time to sleep until the morning and then explore these stunning destinations on a tour or on your own. Or you may wish to take the opportunity to spend a few days here.

Day 20: 28 April 2019, Arrival Australia

Pricing:

Price per person twin share (Land only): AUD 4610.00
Single Supplement: AUD 1230.00

Merzouga Options: Please note single occupancy may not be available in Merzouga!
Option with Bivouac etoile: AUD 4645.00
Option with Luxury Desert Camp: AUD 4820.00

Airfare: TBA, QATAR & Emirates have flight departures & arrivals in close proximity, from approx. AUD 1590.00 return

COST INCLUSIONS:

• Fully escorted from Australia
• Services of an English speaking local guide throughout
• Accommodation in double/twin share occupancy with breakfast and some dinners.
• Sightseeing in modern air-conditioned private vehicles (Mercedes Sprinter or Deluxe coach).
• Meals as indicated in the itinerary
• Entrance fees to places mentioned in the program
• Surface transport between Arfoud and Erg Chebbi by 4 X4 drive
• Camel safari in Merzouga

COST EXCLUSIONS:

• Air Fares from your capital city
• Tips (approx. USD 130 per person) to be disbursed by the tour leader
• Personal expenditure such as drinks with meals
• Stopover in Doha or Dubai
• Travel Insurance (compulsory). Please obtain once you have paid for your ticket. If you need assistance, go to:

Sharon Evans
Owner / Manager
helloworld Marion Westfield Mall Level 2
Westfield Marion
Oaklands Park SA 5046
Telephone: (08) 8358 1949
E-mail: Sharon

Prices may fluctuate due to changes in charges, taxes and currency. Prices and flights are correct at time of preparing this program and are subject to availability at time of booking. Special conditions and seasonal surcharges to airfares and package prices may apply depending on date of travel. Flight times are subject to change by the airline. Please visit http://www.smartraveller.gov.au/or ring 1300 139 281 for information on current Government traveladvice.

CANCELLATION POLICY:

On International Flight tickets

• Please refer to the Fare conditions on the fare class you have purchased.

On land package cost

• Between 64-31 Days: 65 % of land cost
• Between 30-16 Days: 75 % of land cost
• Between 15-4 Days: 90 % of land cost
• Between 2 days-No show: 100% of land cost

For further information, don’t hesitate to contact Zen Oriental Journeys by emailing Lee Grafton or ring 0401 123 347

FINAL PAYMENT & CLOSE OF BOOKING: 9 Jan 2019

Bookings will be processed in order of receipt. Any bookings after this date will be accepted subject to visa processing, flight availability, land content and room availability. Such booking must be paid in full after confirmation of your acceptance in the tour. Special conditions and additional charges to airfares and package prices may apply depending on date of booking.

Costs associated with the Asia In-Country Study Tours can be tax deductible. Educators may be able to claim their study tour expenses under a number of tax deduction categories which include: self-education expenses; excursions, school trips and camps if these trips have an educational benefit and are related to the curriculum or extra-curriculum activities of the school; acquisition of teaching aids used for curriculum development and teaching programs. Participants must contact their tax advisor or visit the Australian Tax Office website to confirm eligibility. Visit also Zen Oriental Journeys'"For Educators" pages.

 
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