Naya Traveler’s First Founder-Led Trip Set for June 2019

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Naya Traveler co-founder Sarah Casewit

Naya Traveler has announced its first founder-led trip, which will be to Morocco and is set for June 3 to 13, 2019. Sign-ups for the trip will appear on the company’s website in early February. 

Travelers can discover Morocco through the eyes of one of Naya Traveler’s founders, Sarah Casewit, who called the country home for over 20 years. She will take travelers on a personal journey through her favorite destinations. The small group (no more than 12) will experience the medieval city of Fez, a night in the Sahara Desert, a stay at a secluded oasis in Ouarzazate, and time to enjoy the Red City of Marrakesh with an escape to Ourika and the Atlas Mountains. During the 10-day journey, guests will stay at private accommodations and unique properties in each destination, meet with locals and personal friends of Casewit, and enjoy various immersive experiences designed for this intimate trip.

Rates for the 10-day journey include all accommodations, domestic airfare, transportation, host and expert guides, daily private activities, some meals and services of a professional team monitoring the trip 24/7.

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Naya Traveler will offer two additional founder-led trips in 2020 with co-founders Marta Tucci leading a small group to Spain and Sofia Mascotena leading one to Argentina, their respective home countries. These journeys will also provide travelers the opportunity to go beyond the tourist route and discover a country from the hand of locals.

For more information, email [email protected] or call 1-301-358-5096.

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