Sail to Morocco with Voyages to Antiquity this November
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Voyages to Antiquity is offering a 12-day Seville, Morocco and Canary Islands cruise departing November this year.
The cruise includes eight tours in two countries with time to explore Seville’s city centre, Taroudant, an old trading centre in Morocco’s Sousse valley and a 17th century church in the Caldera de Taburiente national park in Spain.
The cruise will also feature three guest speakers to help travellers learn more about the destinations they visit.
To compliment the cruise, Michael Buerk – foreign correspondent and current affairs lecturer and newspaper journalist – will be holding seminars on board. Also joining the cruise is volcanologist Dr Peter Cattermole and celebrated broadcaster Ernest Rea.
The excursions include a visit to Rabat, to see Colonial architecture and monuments dating back to Phoenician, Roman, Almohad and Merenid times and a visit to the National Park Timanfaya in Lanzarote, one of the most important national parks in Spain.
The 12 day Seville, Morocco and Canary Islands costs from £2,095 per person and departs 9 November 2017. The cruise departs from Malaga and calls at Seville, Cadiz (both Spain), Casablanca, Marrakesh, Agadir (all Morocco), Lanzarote, La Plama and Tenerife (all Canary Islands, Spain).
Price includes flights, transfers, all meals onboard and drinks with dinner, shore excursions, onboard guest speakers and onboard gratuities.