Classic Collection Holidays has launched its Morocco and Egypt 2022-23 brochure, with a focus on multi-centres, Nile cruise-and-stay, boutique luxury hotels and five-star all-inclusive family properties.
Product and Purchasing Manager for Morocco and Egypt Doranne Dawson said: “Demand for Nile cruise-and-stay holidays in Egypt is gaining traction as are two and multi-centre holidays between Marrakech, the Agafay Desert and the High Atlas Mountains, with customers preferring our private transfer service between resorts over interconnecting flights.
“Both Morocco and Egypt offer an unspoilt natural environment, culture and adventure, in addition to beaches, sports and leisure.
“They are recognisable as great value for money non-Euro countries offering quality service and excellent hotel facilities at appealing price-points.
“Sales for this summer are encouraging and the easing of entry conditions and the removal of pre-travel testing requirements for the fully vaccinated are particularly helpful.”
In Morocco, in addition to established resorts such as Agadir, Essaouira and Marrakech, Classic is featuring the cities of Tangier and Fez and the sport and spa resort of Taghazout.
The Inara tented camp in the Agafay Desert is also highlighted.
In Egypt there’s a choice of three Nile cruises, four properties in Cairo and a further 22 properties between Luxor, Aswan, Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh.
In Morocco 11 boutique properties are featured whilst Egypt majors on all-inclusive and family suited options.
Four nights, with breakfast, at Fairmont Royal Palm Marrakech start from £725pp and seven nights all-inclusive at the White Beach Resort, Taghazout starts from £905 per person.
Full-board seven-night Nile cruises aboard M/S Steigenberger Legacy start from £1,269 per person.
Seven nights all-inclusive at Baron Palms Resort, Sharm el Sheikh start from £1,207 per person.
Download an e-brochure here or order a printed copy through Tradegate.