The Tahina-Can Morocco Expedition presents its "travelogue"

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The Tahina-Can Expedition returned from its adventure in the Moroccan desert as well as various cities within the country. A total of 46 university students from Spain, accompanied by a team of guides and professors from the Department of Communication and Education at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB), were part of this expedition which provided, as on previous trips, valuable lessons for travelers. As a result of this adventure, a special audiovisual logbook has been prepared.


Expedition members reported on their experiences in Morocco and on the lessons that the Tahina star taught throughout the trip. Their arrival in Morocco, the experience of being lost in labyrinthine streets, the palaces and mosques of Fez, the sunrises, trips made in 4-wheel drives, visits to desert villages, their impressions of the minarets and handicraft workshops in Marrakech are just some of the experiences that students write about in their travelogues. This is an audiovisual record of each day during the trip: