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Agadir, Morocco


Port Agadir, Morocco

Alexandria, Egypt

Founded by Alexander the Great in 331 B.C., Alexandria is Egypt’s center of culture, learning and science. Its lighthouse, the world’s first, was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

Port Alexandria, Egypt

Casablanca , Morocco

On the North coast of Africa, Casablanca is a historic city teeming with exotic sights and sounds. Bargain for treasures at the local souks or take an optional tour to legendary Marrakech.

Port Casablanca , Morocco

Gabes, Tunisia

“Point of arrival”: that`s what the ancient caravaneers travelling between the Sahara and the coast used to call it. Gabes, which sprang up round an oasis by the sea, is today a busy and active crossroads of cultures.

Port Gabes, Tunisia

Mindelo, Cape Verde

Mindelo is one of the most important towns on the island of São Vicente in the Cape Verde Islands. Rectangular in shape, the island covers an overall area of approximately 141 square miles. Despite its volcanic origins, it is almost completely flat with Monte Verde its highest peak reaching just over 2500 feet. Although much erosion has taken place, the traces of volcanic activity are still very plain to see in the form of several craters, in particular the one that forms the lovely Bay of Mindelo.

Port Mindelo, Cape Verde

Port Said (Egypt), Egypt

At the entrance to the Suez Canal, Port Said is a bustling city and a free port. To the south, Cairo and the ancient monuments of the Egyptian empire have fascinated visitors throughout the centuries. The mystifying Sphinx and the pyramids of Giza, over four thousand years old, stand majestically on the outskirts of the city at the edge of the desert. Cairo’s Museum of Antiquities holds one of the finest collections of artifacts in the world, including the astounding treasures of King Tutankhamen’s tomb.

Port Port Said (Egypt), Egypt

Tangier, Morocco

Tangier retains the aura of mystery and glamour it acquired as an ‘international free zone’ from 1923 to 1956. Located in the kingdom of Morocco, at the western tip of North Africa, Tangier will give you a chance to bargain for treasures at the Grand Socco, especially brass, silver, amber, leather and rugs.

Port Tangier, Morocco

Tunis, Tunisia

The commercial and financial center for the northern Tunisia is divided into three parts, the old city medina; the French or the center; and the modern regions of the south and the north. It features diverse landmarks, such as the Zitouna mosque and the leftovers of ancient Cartage. Stroll along the streets of the old town –through vegetable stands, the meat and fish market and numerous cafes and live the oriental culture which brings memories of a civilization which contributed a great deal to modern culture.

Port Tunis, Tunisia