English will be the primary language spoken during our G’WA. However, my partner Julie is fluent in Spanish, French, and Arabic, while I’m fluent in French and German. French is widely spoken throughout the country. But in the remote areas (where we will be!), the language of choice to communicate with the locals is Berber. We will equip you with the basics in advance by way of a “cheat sheet”. Some of your most magical moments will be spent in the Mess Tent, kibitzing with the young Muleteers and our cook. We encourage you to try out strange-sounding words and bring your sense of humour!