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International Festival of Ibn Battuta

International Festival of Ibn Battuta

Here’s your chance to meet the world by attending a travel festival. Everyone in the world loves to travel and get the new information of the world in different fields and departments. This festival happening on November 9-12, 2017 is not only organized for the keen interest of the people to enjoy but also the knowledge and… more

Ten Reasons for attending the International Festival of Ibn Battuta

Ten Reasons for attending the International Festival of Ibn Battuta

  This 2017, the travel community will experience a one of a kind festival to be staged in the beautiful city of Tangier. The relation of travel and culture depicts the best artistic heritage of the region. The purpose behind celebrating this kind of festival is to encourage people from all parts of the world to learn… more

Ibn Battuta Travels to New Delhi

Ibn Battuta Travels to New Delhi

The young traveler arrived in India by way of Afghanistan’s high mountains, trailing the route of a Turkish warrior who, took control of the Hindu farming people of India and founded the Sultanate of Delhi a century ago. The first group of Muslim soldiers ransacked towns and destroyed Hindu believers image of gods.  Later on, warrior kings… more

Ibn Battuta Travels to New Delhi

Ibn Battuta Travels to New Delhi

The young traveler arrived in India by way of Afghanistan’s high mountains, trailing the route of a Turkish warrior who, took control of the Hindu farming people of India and founded the Sultanate of Delhi a century ago. The first group of Muslim soldiers ransacked towns and destroyed Hindu believers image of gods.  Later on, warrior kings… more

Ibn Battuta travels on a Mongol Caravan

Ibn Battuta travels on a Mongol Caravan

Ibn Battuta’s group was able to keep on track on Kipchak Khan Ozbeg’s caravan, the King of the Golden Horde. The ruler’s caravan was similar to a big city traveling with its people, with mosques and markets. You can even spot a kitchen smoke since they cook while traveling. On this side of the world, traveling means… more

Ibn Battuta on sailing the Black Sea

Ibn Battuta on sailing the Black Sea

Having waited for more than one month for a nice weather, Ibn Battuta together with a small group embarked on an ocean trip crossing the Black Sea. Terrible storms hit the ship, causing panic but they, fortunately, arrived safely in Kaffa. Kaffa is an Italian community that has 200 ships on the dock. It’s a place where… more

Ibn Battuta travels to Red Sea and East Africa

Ibn Battuta travels to Red Sea and East Africa

For 1 year, Ibn Battuta resided and studied in Mecca. Afterward, he set off for his next adventure. He journeyed to Jidda on the Red Sea inside a small crowded ship called dhow together with other pilgrims. It was his first experience traveling at sea and Red Sea can be unforgiving. The navigation was a difficult path… more

Tangier to Celebrate a Travel Festival in Honor of Ibn Battuta

Tangier to Celebrate a Travel Festival in Honor of Ibn Battuta

An organization from Tangier called Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta which aims to promote the legacy of Ibn Battuta, a world renowned traveler from Morocco has been on the move in planning an International Travel Festival in honor of the said traveler. Moreover, the organization seeks to further develop the cultural aspect of the city of Tangier… more