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Morocco: drivers, mini-tours, desert trips

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Hello friends!

Considering about three weeks in Morocco. Was in Tangiers briefly many years ago. Have traveled elsewhere extensively, so I'm not "afraid" of going on my own, but as a woman alone, I prefer some kind of driver-car situation, even if it's city-by-city. Possibly a very small and short tour group for something specialized. A "make your own" would be great.

I speak French well, if it matters.

Given that I'm arriving mid-March I was thinking it would be better to start toward the south and move north?

Also interested in a "spend a night in a tent in the desert" kind of thing -- looking for something a more authentic than luxurious.

Would also like suggestions on authentic people/village/culture kind of thing -- I can only do so many temples or other buildings -- no belly dancing either -- but a home-stay, or tiny village somewhere, that I would enjoy.

And, of course shopping and food tips!

Looking for mid-level budget in general, tho willing to spring for a night or two that's wonderful, but not just for a fancy hotel that could be anywhere.

Many thanks!


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