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International Institute for Peace through Tourism announces launch of Peace Tours Morocco

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STOWE, Vermont; TORREMOLINOS, Spain & CASABLANCA, Morocco – The International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) is pleased to announce the launch of Peace Tours Morocco as its second “Legac

STOWE, Vermont; TORREMOLINOS, Spain & CASABLANCA, Morocco – The International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) is pleased to announce the launch of Peace Tours Morocco as its second “Legacy Project” commemorating the 25th anniversary since its first global conference, “Tourism – A Vital Force for Peace,” held in Vancouver in 1988.

Peace Tours Morocco is a product developed by IIPT Partner Munditinera-Cultural Bridges International and is being distributed throughout the world in collaboration with Skal International – the world’s largest organization of travel and tourism industry executives with more than 18,000 members in 425 cities in 85 countries and all sectors of the travel and tourism industry.

Munditinera-Cultural Bridges International is a tour operator in existence for more than 28 years. It has developed partnering relationships throughout Morocco that enables it to provide high-quality, authentic, and responsible tours.
A portion of all revenues from the tours will be donated to the International Red Cross, Geneva, in support of their programs for victims of armed conflict.

“Peace Tours Morocco” is an 8-day journey that offers an authentic and enriching experience of the strong sense of culture and deep-rooted history of Morocco encompassing its ancient Roman civilization, Imperial towns of the Middle Ages, and ancient villages, with opportunities to experience the welcoming spirit and hospitality of Moroccans while interacting with the local population.

The tour includes all the must-sees of Morocco including Casablanca; Rabat – the Middle Age Imperial Town and capital of Morocco; the picturesque town of Ifrane, a famous winter sports center; the forest of Azrou; the Arab-Andalouse town of Tetouan; the beautiful mountain town of Chaouen; the Imperial cities of Fez and Meknes; the Roman ruins at Volubilis; and the cosmopolitan city of Marrakech. Visitors may sight-see and explore palaces, monuments, museums, and the world-famous Hassan II Mosque. Enjoy leisurely shopping in Morocco’s famous souks and interactions with the welcoming, hospitable people of Morocco.

There is an optional 6-day extension available to Andalusia (Spain), Canary Islands (Spain), Italy, and the Sahara.

Sales of “Peace Tours Morocco” are commissionable. Skal members interested in marketing “Peace Tours Morocco” to their clients are invited to contact Skal International headquarters via email: [email protected] .

Other travel agents and tour operators who may be interested are invited to contact Mr. Pier Magliano, email: [email protected] .

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