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Best U.S. tour group for travel to Morocco

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I'm from the U.S., researching tour groups (Backroads, Road Scholar-type of groups) for an 7-10 day tour of Morocco. I'm in my 40's, and looking for an active, educational-type of group (maybe like Rick Steves) with like minded people. Have looked into On the Go Tours and Gap which are inexpensive (cater to younger crowd?) while others like Backroads and Road Scholar are double-triple the price (and don't include airfare). Any recommendations for a middle-of-the-road type group would be great. Am looking for a possible March 2013 trip.

Many thanks,
RM

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