Fact Sheet

The Red City

Marrakech is very often referred to as the red city, because of the reddish umbrage created by the walls surrounding its old town district.

Morocco with its rich heritage, vibrant colours make it one of the most exotic destinations that one simply cannot ignore. Easily accessible from countries across Europe, along with some 1st class accommodation and astounding event destinations, places Morocco straight into the list of the world’s top ten business travel destinations. Marrakech triumphs over other Moroccan urban centres with its winding alleys, enormous medinas, active markets and intoxicating festivals. Casablanca, the city's French inheritance, laced with the customary Arab culture, guarantees heaps to see. Old stone medina, back streets, guests can discover exhibition halls, royal residences, and the second biggest mosque on the earth.

Casablanca Beaches and Golf

If culture, heritage and leisure are number one on your list along with the desire to play golf and lay in the warm white sand then Casablanca is definitely on to suit you perfectly.

Highlights & Activities

Day 1

Spend 2 days in Marrakech exploring and soaking in the sandstone buildings, dusty streets and towering minarets against deep blue skies, visit sandstone buildings, dusty streets and towering minarets against deep blue skies ,walk through Jemaa El-Fnaa a street adorned with fire-eaters, cross-dressing belly dancers, Amazigh acrobats, astrologers, and a hundred other types of street entertainers, bear witness to and participate in Marrakech Popular Arts Festival.

Day 2

In contrast to the hustle and bustle of Marrakech, Casablanca is a Cosmo politician hub laced with art galleries, top designer brands and nightlife. Enjoys a game of golf in the city of Casablanca and leisurely while your time away as you stare into the beautifully grand sea and sunsets.

Marrakech Popular Arts Festival

It is a 5-day event in the month of June or July which embraces traditional music, folk dances, street performances and hundreds of charging horsemen beating outside the city walls at nightfall