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We’ve developed a range of dedicated solo holidays & solo travel packages; exclusively for people booking on their own. Around 40% of all our passengers are solo travellers.
Morocco is one of my favourite countries. It's North African culture is as rich as its geography. I first visited when I ran the 180 mile Marathon des Sables in the Sahara desert in the south of the country near Ouazouate, dry and clear, it's a perfect place to enjoy the Sahara which is also why it's become a popular film location. I also love the old medieval port of Essaouira where you can eat fresh fish next to the fishing boats and walk passed wrecked ships on the windy beaches. Of course no trip to Morocco would be complete without a trip to the souks of Marrakesh, a labrynth of alleys and tunnels in which you can buy anything from copper sinks to homemade soap. Take a ball of string, it's very easy to get lost.
Morocco’s culture is as rich as its geography. I first visited when I ran the Marathon des Sables in the Sahara desert near Ouarzazate; dry and clear, it's a great place to enjoy the Sahara which is also why it's become a popular film location. I also love the old medieval port of Essaouira; you can eat fresh fish next to the fishing boats and walk past wrecked ships on the windy beaches.
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