Adventure: an unusual and exciting or daring experience.

Adventure means different things to different people. For some it’s braving a bowl of peppery snail broth at a street food stall in the heart of Marrakech. For others it’s riding the waves on a half-day surfing course in the sleepy town of Taghazout.

Whatever your idea of adventure, save 10% on a Morocco trip of your choosing when you book by 31 July 2019 and travel by 31 March 2020.

There’s so much to be enjoyed in Morocco, where will your Morocco adventure take you?

 

 

Active adventures

 

Extraordinary adventures

 

18 to 29s adventures

  1. Save 10% on Intrepid Travel small group adventures trips in Morocco booked between 1 and 31 July 2019, not combinable with any other offer including loyalty. 
  2. Discount applies to any Intrepid Travel small group adventure in Morocco departing between 1 July and 31 March 2020, excluding departures between 15 December 2019 and 14 January 2020.
  3. The offer excludes Morocco: Women's Expedition (XMRW), Short Break Adventures, Bite-Size Breaks, Urban Adventures, selected Private Groups and third-party supplier trips.
  4. Discount only applies to the land portion of the trip and cannot be applied to flights, insurance, or any additional services.
  5. The offer can only be applied to new bookings. Under no circumstances will the offer be applied to existing bookings or used in conjunction with another offer or discount.
  6. Standard deposit is required at the time of booking. 
  7. Balance is payable within 56 days of departure except for Intrepid Travel Adventure Cruising departures which are payable within 90 days of departure.
  8. There will be no extensions to the travel, booking or payment periods listed above.
  9. Prices, itineraries and inclusions are subject to change without notice. Standard booking conditions apply as per Intrepid website, www.intrepidtravel.com.
  10. The trip is subject to availability and confirmation by Intrepid Travel at time of booking.
  11. This sale is valid for residents of Europe, Middle East and Africa.

 

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