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Morocco is a bridge between the mighty Sahara Desert and the Mediterranean corner of Europe. To the southwest of the Strait of Gibraltar along the Atlantic coast is the large port city of Casablanca – the setting of the classic World War II-era film. To the east of the strait and just south of the azure Mediterranean coast is cosmopolitan Fez with its high-sided streets. Further enjoy urban splendor inland at Marrakesh where exotic colours and styles give this city a special kind of appeal. Being so close to Europe means there is an overlap with European wildlife, including the elegant White Stork and colourful European Roller. This proximity to the West also adds a unique cultural twist to Morocco, whereby a fine understanding and tolerance of our ways is combined with a strong adherence to Islam. For artists, naturalists and “culture-vultures” alike, the land of shifting sands, grand palaces and sparkling coasts should be high on your list of can’t-miss destinations.
  • The Sahara is the largest desert in the world
  • The Atlas mountains in Morocco are home to the country's indigenous Berber population
  • It is considered impolite to handle food with the left hand
  • The University in Fes, founded in 859 AD, claims to be the oldest university in the world
  • Moroccans greet foreigners with kisses on each cheek
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Signature Moments
  • Discovering sand dunes by camel
  • Bathing in crystal clear mountain springs
  • Browsing the Zagora market

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