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A feast for the senses: Here’s how to sell Morocco stress-free

Are your clients ready to see the feast-for-the-senses that is Morocco – in style? Here’s a hassle-free way to book a visit to Northern Africa.

With a tour that marries local experiences – like home-cooked meals and local market tours – with luxurious accommodation, Gate1 Travel’s tour of Morocco might just be your go-to for a tour of North Africa that has it all: culture, class and comfort.

The tour also hosts a maximum of 22 travellers per group; comprehensive, guided sightseeing and entrance fees per itinerary; an active itinerary with unique cultural features, and the services of local English-speaking tour manager throughout.

Here are some highlights of Gate1 Travel’s 15 Day Moroccan Allure tour:

Explore the remarkably preserved Volubilis, once a major African outpost of the Roman Empire

Small groups with a maximum of 22 travelers guaranteed!

Join a Fez family for a home-cooked dinner

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Comprehensive, guided sightseeing and entrance fees per itinerary.

Meet the women of the Argan Oil Cooperative and see how Argan is processed

Artisanal Moroccan argan oil production
Thanks to a small group size, your clients can get to the heart of the destination, visiting places that other tours miss, and get to know the locals.

Camp in the Sahara under an endless canopy of desert stars

Milkyway in Wadi El Hitan "Whale Valley"
Enjoy round trip flights from Sydney to Casablanca and Casablanca to Sydney.

Explore Ait Benhaddou, an ancient desert village on an old caravan route

Sunset over Ait Benhaddou - Ancient city in Morocco North Africa
All hotel taxes, fees and service charges are covered in Gate1 Travel’s tour!

Marvel at the circus atmosphere of Marrakesh’s Djemaa el Fna Square

Marrakech, Morocco, 15 January 2013: Snake charmer playing music, Marrakech, Morocco
Enjoy an active itinerary with unique cultural features throughout – with a great chance for your clients to immerse themselves with the locals!

Stroll the inviting medina in seaside Essaouira, bustling with crafts shops and fishmongers

View on old city of Essaouira in Morocco
Enjoy two nights in Essaouira, as part of the tour’s 13 nights of accommodation.

For more information on Gate1 Travel’s tour of Morocco, click here.

 

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