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Make time for Morocco

In the North of Africa lies the vibrant country of Morocco which borders both the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. Its place at the North of Africa and proximity to Europe has meant that there is a wealth of cultural influences throughout the country including Arabian, Berber and European.

Marrakech and Casablanca are two of the largest and most significant cities in the country and attract visitors from across the globe. These are two of the most popular private jet charter destinations in Morocco, and we would be delighted to discuss your charter requirements to or from either city.

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Casablanca, the largest of Morocco’s cities, lies in the west of the country and is an important port city on the Atlantic Ocean. In contrast to many of the other cities in the country, Casablanca is described as being the most cosmopolitan of all.

No visitor to Casablanca should miss out on seeing the stunning Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in Morocco and the 13th largest in the world. Its imposing minaret, seen all across the city, stands at more than 200 metres high and is believed to be the tallest in the world. Appropriately dressed visitors can take an official guided tour and marvel at the impressive interior, which is just as striking as the intricate exterior.

If you’re looking for somewhere fabulous to stay in Casablanca, you won’t be disappointed. Gray Boutique Hotel and Spa has a wonderfully relaxing spa and contemporary design with all the amenities you could need. Movenpick Hotel Casablanca is located in the business district and has a rooftop pool area so guests can make the most of the hot Moroccan weather.



Marrakech is a former imperial city in the west of Morocco. Seen as a stylish Moroccan city, Marrakech attracts a fashionable crowd who come to enjoy a different experience than offered by other traditional holiday hotspots.

The historical part of the city lies within the pink-walled Medina and has a multitude of shops, including traditional Moroccan souks, stylish boutiques and high-end designer stores.

Visitors will also be spoilt for choice when it comes to food in Marrakech. La Mamounia, La Maison Arabe, Al Fassia Gueliz and Le Salama are just some of the best options that offer delicious food in a refined atmosphere.

Marrakech has plenty of excellent 5-star hotels to offer to discerning visitors. The Sofitel Marrakech Palais Imperial resembles a Moorish Palace and is surrounded by perfectly manicured gardens and an outdoor swimming pool. Savoy Le Grand Hotel is located just 500 metres from Menara Gardens and has a huge outdoor pool and plenty of places to relax and enjoy the sunshine. For something a little quieter and more secluded, opt for Sirayane Boutique Hotel and Spa Marrakech, which has 2 hectares of gardens, views of the Atlas Mountains and its very own Hamman.