The Grand Mosque Hassan II is the sight most worth seeing in Casablanca. If you also have time to visit the interior, here’s all you need to know about your visit: opening times, prices, dress code, and visitor rules.
Many people today are concerned about the impact of flying on the environment. If you are too, you might want to offset the carbon footprint from your flight. Although most of us can’t just go out and plant a lot of trees, there are many websites that offer to offset the CO2 for you. But beware – not all carbon offsetters are equal! It’s worth checking out which ones do
Morocco warmly welcomes visitors from other countries. Our clients have come from across the world: the US, Canada, Brazil, and other Latin American countries; Britain and many other European countries; Australia, New Zealand, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan; Israel, India and the Middle East. Some visitors require a visa to travel to Morocco, others may stay for up to 90 days without a visa.