Thursday, March 1, 2012

Africa Vacations

Africa VacationsAnyone can take you to Africa. But when you take a Cosmos Africa vacation, you get insights and cultural interactions to turn your once-in-a-lifetime Africa tour into a truly one-of-a-kind experience. Enjoy learning about the Great Pyramids from Egyptologists, getting up close and personal with Africa's most exotic creatures or Tunisia’s enchanting blend of European sophistication and Arabian exoticism while on an Africa vacation with Cosmos.
Marrakesh is justly reputed the most fascinating of all Moroccan citiesCasablanca is Moroccos largest city
Rabat is Moroccos capitalMarrakesh, Morocco is known as the red-colored imperial city
Exotic and fascinating, the Kingdom of Morocco is rich in history and culture, offering travelers intriguing historical sites, authentic cuisine, and changing scenery that is perfect for travelers wanting to explore and learn about a new destination. In Marrakesh, step back in time as you wander through the Jemaa-el-Fna, a square and exotic bizarre offering some of the greatest open-air entertainment. Listen to the storytellers—an integral part of the culture—and browse for handicrafts. It’s not hard to imagine what it was like in the past, a time when caravans loaded their camels with food and goods to sell at the markets. 

In Fez, take an optional tour to see the ancient medina. Founded in the 9th century, it is one of the largest medieval cities in the world and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll through its souks (markets) and alleys, which are virtually unchanged since the Middle Ages. Taste authentic Moroccan cuisine and take in the sites and sounds of this fascinating city. 

On this tour you’ll also visit Casablanca, Meknes, Ouarzazate, Ifrane, Erfoud, and Rabat, Morocco’s vibrant capital. Admire changing scenery as the Middle Atlas mountain range transforms to desert as you approach the Erfoud oasis. This affordable vacation to Morocco is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Jewels of Morocco (6780) - 2012

10 days from Casablanca to Casablanca, or 11 days incl. travel

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