Magical Morocco

Booth, Joanna
September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);9/25/2009, p53
Trade Publication
The article profiles Morocco as a tourist destination. It is reported that, the non-euro currency of Morocco has played a part in attracting clients who might have previously gone to Cyprus or the Canaries to check out what it has to offer. According to the director of Moroccan National Tourist Office UK and Ireland, Ali El Kasmi, the country is investing heavily in its tourist industry, and they are opening two new resorts in the year 2009.


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