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Forbes Magazine Spotlights Richard Branson’s Moroccan Riad

Casablanca- Forbes magazine has devoted its latest issue’s cover to English business magnate Richard Branson and his luxurious Riad, the Kasbah Tamadot, located in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains.

One night at Branson’s luxurious Moroccan compound costs no less than $3,000. But the experience, according to the American magazine, is breathtaking.

Richard Brandson, founder of the giant Virgin Group, was ostensibly relishing his vacation in Morocco at his lavish Riad in the Atlas Mountains.

“It’s warmer than I expected!” Brandson told Forbes’ Zack Greenburg, referring to freshwater of one of Kasbah Tamadot’s irresistible pools.

Brandson has embarked on an around-the-world tour via balloon, according to Forbes. He started in Morocco, which is for the adventure-lover Branson is the best place to begin.

“The best place in the world to launch balloons from is Morocco,” he told Forbes. “The weather conditions are perfect, and the jet stream goes right over the top.”

According to the American magazine, Branson’s parents, who stayed in Morocco in 1998, were behind his purchase of Kasbah Tamadot, now an incontestable favorite of exotic luxury lovers.

A swift Google search on Kasbah Tamadot shows how Brandson’s magical retreat easily secures a five-star review in the bulk of travel websites and exotic hotel suggestions.

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