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African Network stages tour of Morocco as Africa Games draw near

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A tourist organisation, African Network Centre, is staging a tour of Morocco between August 18 and September 1.

Incidentally, the period tallies with the forthcoming Africa Games taking place in the North African country, which serves as Africa’s Olympic Games.

Top athletes will gather in Rabat for the 14-day competition and the tour organisation has given journalists, fans and other individuals interested in taking part in the event a chance to be part of the tour.

ANC says it is offering the cheapest way to travel to Morocco, and get a 14-day Moroccan experience during the Games.

The different packages will see those interested choosing between a High Density Package and Low Density Package with each one broken down into Premium, Classic, Executive and Royal.
For the High Density, apart from visa processing, 15- day accommodation, breakfast and a return economy ticket with Royal Air Maroc, there will also be a one-day trip to another tourist city in the country, the city of MARAKECH.

For premium, it will involve four people staying in a three-star hotel, while Classic and Executive will be for three and two people respectively. It is however one person per room for the Royal.

The difference between the High Density Package and Low Density Package remain the star of the hotel and the price for each. The offer, endorsed by the Moroccan Embassy and government, is, however, opened to 60 people. The package ranges from N553, 600 to N683, 200 per person.

“We already have people making enquiries and we are so excited about this. We have limited number we can take and will only honour those who show serious intention to be part of the tour,” one of the officials said.


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