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4* plus All Inclusive holiday to Agadir Morocco Thomoson Platinum collection 4.5 trip advisor rating £232.00

£232.00 @ Thomson Holidays (ThomsonFly)
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Only from Thomson In the UK, this holiday is only available from the Thomson group.

With 4 swimming pools and a beach on its doorstep, the Tikida Dunas is a water baby’s paradise.

This hotel has a standout setting. Not only is it on its own stretch of hourglass-fine sand, but it’s just footsteps from shops, restaurants and bars. The centre of Agadir’s only a 10-minute walk away, too.

There are 4 pools, 3 restaurants, and plenty of sports to try. The whole place got a top-to-toe makeover in May 2015, too, so it has a modern new look.

CLUBHOTEL RIU TIKIDA DUNAS

7 Nights

2 Adults

£231.92 per person

OUT: London Gatwick Mon 12 Dec 2016.

Dep 08:50 Arr 12:30. Thomson Airways. Direct.

RTN: Agadir Mon 19 Dec 2016.

Dep 13:40 Arr 17:25. Thomson Airways. Direct.

FLIGHT & LUGGAGE

Standard Seats × 2 Included

20 kg luggage × 2 Included

ROOM & BOARD

Twin Room with Balcony or Terrace × 1 Included

All InclusiveIncluded

EXTRAS

World care fund donation £2.00

Overseas Coach Transfers Included

PRICE BREAKDOWN

Discount:- £616.16

Basic Holiday£1078.00

Options & Extras (total)£2.00

Total Price£463.84

FLIGHT & LUGGAGE

Flight and Baggage

Information and upgrades:

luggage allowance, seat allocation, extra leg room, in-flight menu...

INCLUDED / SELECTED

Standard Seats × 2 Included

20 kg luggage × 2

ROOM & BOARD

Room and Board

Information and upgrades:

room types, board, late checkout...

INCLUDED / SELECTED

Twin Room with Balcony or Terrace × 1 Included

All Inclusive

4.5 Tripadvisor rating.

Flight Manchester also available on 12 Dec but the price goes up to £241 pp.
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_scott_
Morroco, you must be having a laugh surely???

Have you been then?
Nothing wrong with Morocco, Not been to Agadir but Went to Marrakesh last year with whole family (including young grandchildren) and had a fantastic time. Went again earlier this year just with Wife and again had no problems. Lovely people, beautiful historic buildings and great weather, sadly spoiled by the media scaremongering everyone away from any Islamic country.
BTW, I'm white, non Muslim and British.
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The generalisation of some of the posts on any holiday deal in a Muslim country really wind me up. Could i just ask the fearmongers when the last death from a terrorist attack was in agadir?

The UK travel advice is a bit of a joke it only lists one attack on their page from 2011 which was in Marrakech.

You probably wouldn't get these idiots posting "France you must be joking" or "Germany you must be joking" yet they are also both listed as high with a much higher number of attacks and deaths than anywhere in morocco.

I'm not saying there isn't a treat there is everywhere, but you are no safer in your little european bubble. The authorities in Morocco are extremely pro active, they are often taking down cells all over the world not just in their own country and have active police presence around the country.

Anyway stick to your tacky all inclusive in benidorm and leave us with a bit more of an open mind and common sense to travel and enjoy the rest of the world
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Taken from http://www.gov.uk

Morocco Travel Advice

'Terrorism

There is a high threat from terrorism in Morocco.

Attacks could be indiscriminate and could target foreigners. In April 2011, 17 people were killed and 25 injured in a large explosion in Marrakech at the Argana Restaurant in Djema el-Fna Square.

Protective security measures, including security personnel, may be visible in certain areas including hotels and sites popular with tourists.

The Moroccan authorities have warned of an increased threat linked to the growing number of Moroccans sympathetic or belonging to Daesh and other extremist groups, and regularly report the disruption of terrorist cells, some of which intended to carry out attacks in Morocco.'

Now, personally, I would rather go somewhere safer. Call me names if you like, but the reasons not to visit Muslim countries are there, and are obvious. And yes, I realise that most Muslims are peaceful. But, as ISIS and their sympathisers are Muslims, then the more Muslims in a country, means the more sympathisers in a country. Which means greater risk of terrorism. I love to save money and visit the site every day. But some things just aren't worth saving a few hundred quid for.
7 Likes
sjjdawan
[quote=RuudBullit]Taken from http://www.gov.uk
Morocco Travel Advice
'Terrorism
There is a high threat from terrorism in Morocco.
Attacks could be indiscriminate and could target foreigners. In April 2011, 17 people were killed and 25 injured in a large explosion in Marrakech at the Argana Restaurant in Djema el-Fna Square.
Have you checked the security status in the UK, high alert, now for several years. Imminent attack......... and several other countries. BBC scaremongering, only tells one side of the story. Anyway, it's great deal, hot country, have some heat.


sjjdawan
[quote=RuudBullit]Taken from http://www.gov.uk
Morocco Travel Advice
'Terrorism
There is a high threat from terrorism in Morocco.
Attacks could be indiscriminate and could target foreigners. In April 2011, 17 people were killed and 25 injured in a large explosion in Marrakech at the Argana Restaurant in Djema el-Fna Square.
Have you checked the security status in the UK, high alert, now for several years. Imminent attack......... and several other countries. BBC scaremongering, only tells one side of the story. Anyway, it's great deal, hot country, have some heat.

I live in the UK, and as my work, family etc are here, there is nothing I can do about that.
I can however, do something about where I holiday.
I also don't live in a city, so the chance of terrorism where I live is very slim.
Brits in Muslim countries are an easy target for terrorists.
If you think you're as safe in Morocco, as you are in somewhere like Lanzarote, then you're deluded.
6 Likes
phillyboy
When was the last terrorist attack in Morocco? I watch the news and don't recall any

You could have said the same about Tunisia until last year, when a terrorist pitched up on a beach and started shooting tourists, 3 more terrorists took hostages in a museum, and a suicide bomber blew a bus up. Over 70 people were killed, and a further 100 plus injured. All mostly tourists.
You remember these, right?

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Morroco, you must be having a laugh surely???
#2
_scott_
Morroco, you must be having a laugh surely???


Why am I missing something?
#3
_scott_
Morroco, you must be having a laugh surely???

Amazing deal. Just got back from Marrakech and Essaouira and had a great time. This place looks even better!

Don't listen to the naysayers.
23 Likes #4
_scott_
Morroco, you must be having a laugh surely???

Have you been then?
Nothing wrong with Morocco, Not been to Agadir but Went to Marrakesh last year with whole family (including young grandchildren) and had a fantastic time. Went again earlier this year just with Wife and again had no problems. Lovely people, beautiful historic buildings and great weather, sadly spoiled by the media scaremongering everyone away from any Islamic country.
BTW, I'm white, non Muslim and British.
1 Like #5
Been there earlier in the year, amazing place.
4 Likes #6
Ten a penny Morocco holiday deals at the moment and for a good reason.
1 Like #7
andy5and
Ten a penny Morocco holiday deals at the moment and for a good reason.
And that reason is?
3 Likes #8
andy5and
Ten a penny Morocco holiday deals at the moment and for a good reason.

Again, I'm not sure you've been.
To be honest, I've felt less safe in London and Manchester...
Armchair critics... :p
1 Like #9
Wish I could go!!!!! What a deal!!!! Heat added (_;)
3 Likes #10
I went to Agadir during the summer, but stayed at the sister hotel to the Dunas, great place, good people, felt 110% safe there, no issues at all, people really do need to get over themselves..

Nice find OP..
1 Like #11
Showers till Tuesday Sun after for 9 days average 20 Degrees spring temperatures 8):3:3<3:3:38)
#12
andy5and
Ten a penny Morocco holiday deals at the moment and for a good reason.

*has no good reason*
2 Likes #13
jgtuk
andy5and
Ten a penny Morocco holiday deals at the moment and for a good reason.
Again, I'm not sure you've been.
To be honest, I've felt less safe in London and Manchester...
Armchair critics... :p
I have been to Morocco (not that I need to prove it to some random loves it) and never again.
If you don't like my opinion then fine.
1 Like #14
andy5and
jgtuk
andy5and
Ten a penny Morocco holiday deals at the moment and for a good reason.
Again, I'm not sure you've been.
To be honest, I've felt less safe in London and Manchester...
Armchair critics... :p
I have been to Morocco (not that I need to prove it to some random loves it) and never again.
If you don't like my opinion then fine.
So tell us the reason you don't like it?
3 Likes #15
Just back from Marrakech, nothing wrong at all, I think the moaners are those who gotta go to a " costa " so they don't miss their " full all day English breakfast " or their " English pub ", and of course you can't mis-behave in Morocco, unless you want to get arrested unlike the costa's where you can be the drunken lout anytime.
14 Likes #16
Taken from http://www.gov.uk

Morocco Travel Advice

'Terrorism

There is a high threat from terrorism in Morocco.

Attacks could be indiscriminate and could target foreigners. In April 2011, 17 people were killed and 25 injured in a large explosion in Marrakech at the Argana Restaurant in Djema el-Fna Square.

Protective security measures, including security personnel, may be visible in certain areas including hotels and sites popular with tourists.

The Moroccan authorities have warned of an increased threat linked to the growing number of Moroccans sympathetic or belonging to Daesh and other extremist groups, and regularly report the disruption of terrorist cells, some of which intended to carry out attacks in Morocco.'

Now, personally, I would rather go somewhere safer. Call me names if you like, but the reasons not to visit Muslim countries are there, and are obvious. And yes, I realise that most Muslims are peaceful. But, as ISIS and their sympathisers are Muslims, then the more Muslims in a country, means the more sympathisers in a country. Which means greater risk of terrorism. I love to save money and visit the site every day. But some things just aren't worth saving a few hundred quid for.
#17
sydney871
_scott_
Morroco, you must be having a laugh surely???


Why am I missing something?


​Just a bit!!!!

https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
#18
jgtuk
_scott_
Morroco, you must be having a laugh surely???

Have you been then?
Nothing wrong with Morocco, Not been to Agadir but Went to Marrakesh last year with whole family (including young grandchildren) and had a fantastic time. Went again earlier this year just with Wife and again had no problems. Lovely people, beautiful historic buildings and great weather, sadly spoiled by the media scaremongering everyone away from any Islamic country.
BTW, I'm white, non Muslim and British.


​https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
#19
[quote=RuudBullit]Taken from http://www.gov.uk
Morocco Travel Advice
'Terrorism
There is a high threat from terrorism in Morocco.
Attacks could be indiscriminate and could target foreigners. In April 2011, 17 people were killed and 25 injured in a large explosion in Marrakech at the Argana Restaurant in Djema el-Fna Square.

Have you checked the security status in the UK, high alert, now for several years. Imminent attack......... and several other countries. BBC scaremongering, only tells one side of the story. Anyway, it's great deal, hot country, have some heat.
2 Likes #20
RuudBullit
Taken from http://www.gov.uk

Morocco Travel Advice

'Terrorism

There is a high threat from terrorism in Morocco.

Attacks could be indiscriminate and could target foreigners. In April 2011, 17 people were killed and 25 injured in a large explosion in Marrakech at the Argana Restaurant in Djema el-Fna Square.

Protective security measures, including security personnel, may be visible in certain areas including hotels and sites popular with tourists.

The Moroccan authorities have warned of an increased threat linked to the growing number of Moroccans sympathetic or belonging to Daesh and other extremist groups, and regularly report the disruption of terrorist cells, some of which intended to carry out attacks in Morocco.'

Now, personally, I would rather go somewhere safer. Call me names if you like, but the reasons not to visit Muslim countries are there, and are obvious. And yes, I realise that most Muslims are peaceful. But, as ISIS and their sympathisers are Muslims, then the more Muslims in a country, means the more sympathisers in a country. Which means greater risk of terrorism. I love to save money and visit the site every day. But some things just aren't worth saving a few hundred quid for.


​Could not agree more, some people on here must not watch the news. Ignorance is bliss heh.
4 Likes #21
Still safer than a night out in Leeds lol
2 Likes #22
When was the last terrorist attack in Morocco? I watch the news and don't recall any
1 Like #23
phillyboy
When was the last terrorist attack in Morocco? I watch the news and don't recall any


​Like I said Ignorance is bliss.
4 Likes #24
No. Arrogance is.
5 Likes #25
A quick internet search has saved the day. ALL reports in the last few years have been reported by the mail and express. If not reading these makes me ignorant then I'm proud to called that lol
3 Likes #26
phillyboy
A quick internet search has saved the day. ALL reports in the last few years have been reported by the mail and express. If not reading these makes me ignorant then I'm proud to called that lol


​https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
Our own government advises not to travel there you moron.
1 Like #27
Are Morrocco still on the "dont travel too list" ?
#28
_scott_
phillyboy
A quick internet search has saved the day. ALL reports in the last few years have been reported by the mail and express. If not reading these makes me ignorant then I'm proud to called that lol
​https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
Our own government advises not to travel there you moron.
No need for name calling. Do you read the mail or express?
1 Like #29
jgtuk
_scott_
Morroco, you must be having a laugh surely???
Have you been then?
Nothing wrong with Morocco, Not been to Agadir but Went to Marrakesh last year with whole family (including young grandchildren) and had a fantastic time. Went again earlier this year just with Wife and again had no problems. Lovely people, beautiful historic buildings and great weather, sadly spoiled by the media scaremongering everyone away from any Islamic country.
BTW, I'm white, non Muslim and British.

You could be a lucky one too.
7 Likes #30
sjjdawan
[quote=RuudBullit]Taken from http://www.gov.uk
Morocco Travel Advice
'Terrorism
There is a high threat from terrorism in Morocco.
Attacks could be indiscriminate and could target foreigners. In April 2011, 17 people were killed and 25 injured in a large explosion in Marrakech at the Argana Restaurant in Djema el-Fna Square.
Have you checked the security status in the UK, high alert, now for several years. Imminent attack......... and several other countries. BBC scaremongering, only tells one side of the story. Anyway, it's great deal, hot country, have some heat.


sjjdawan
[quote=RuudBullit]Taken from http://www.gov.uk
Morocco Travel Advice
'Terrorism
There is a high threat from terrorism in Morocco.
Attacks could be indiscriminate and could target foreigners. In April 2011, 17 people were killed and 25 injured in a large explosion in Marrakech at the Argana Restaurant in Djema el-Fna Square.
Have you checked the security status in the UK, high alert, now for several years. Imminent attack......... and several other countries. BBC scaremongering, only tells one side of the story. Anyway, it's great deal, hot country, have some heat.

I live in the UK, and as my work, family etc are here, there is nothing I can do about that.
I can however, do something about where I holiday.
I also don't live in a city, so the chance of terrorism where I live is very slim.
Brits in Muslim countries are an easy target for terrorists.
If you think you're as safe in Morocco, as you are in somewhere like Lanzarote, then you're deluded.
#31
phillyboy
_scott_
phillyboy
A quick internet search has saved the day. ALL reports in the last few years have been reported by the mail and express. If not reading these makes me ignorant then I'm proud to called that lol
​https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
Our own government advises not to travel there you moron.
No need for name calling. Do you read the mail or express?


​I certainly do not thank you very much, I take it you have read the advice from our government on Morroco now then :D
1 Like #32
sweetpea10
Are Morrocco still on the "dont travel too list" ?


​Most certainly is
6 Likes #33
phillyboy
When was the last terrorist attack in Morocco? I watch the news and don't recall any

You could have said the same about Tunisia until last year, when a terrorist pitched up on a beach and started shooting tourists, 3 more terrorists took hostages in a museum, and a suicide bomber blew a bus up. Over 70 people were killed, and a further 100 plus injured. All mostly tourists.
You remember these, right?
6 Likes #34
I have read it yes. And I will continue to holiday there. It's a wonderful country with lovely people, if i listened to everything our government said I'd be like you, and i certainly don't want that LOL
3 Likes #35
phillyboy
I have read it yes. And I will continue to holiday there. It's a wonderful country with lovely people, if i listened to everything our government said I'd be like you, and i certainly don't want that LOL


​Good luck then, and don't come crying to us for help when it goes wrong.
6 Likes #36
600,000 British nationals visit Morocco every year. How many have been killed by terrorists?
1 Like #37
Ignorance is bliss dont they say !
3 Likes #38
Oh the daily fail readers are out in force, spreading more rubbish and scaremongering.
1 Like #39
_scott_
sydney871
_scott_
Morroco, you must be having a laugh surely???
Why am I missing something?
​Just a bit!!!! https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
So you would rather go to where " the brits " go and put up with the foul mouthed drunks ?
#40
st8mike
_scott_
sydney871
_scott_
Morroco, you must be having a laugh surely???
Why am I missing something?
​Just a bit!!!! https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/morocco
So you would rather go to where " the brits " go and put up with the foul mouthed drunks ?


​Uhhh yes!!! Don't fancy like getting caught up in a terrorist attack personally but that is just me. Some people!!!

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