You will be picked up from Tangier's port or from your hotel or closest pick-up point in Tangier and taken in an air-conditioned van for a private sightseeing tour of Chefchaouen . A bilingual driver guide will accompany you on this tour.
10:00am: Drive past the spectacular Rif Mountain and feast your eyes on the rolling landscapes.
11:15am: Begin your city tour of Chefchaouen .
11:35am: Stop at the Al Makhzen market , a combination of an ancient Moroccan market and a more modern one.
12:00/noon: Visit the famous Ras El Ma springthat gushes out of the mountain inside the stone walls of the town at the north-east exit of the medina. This cool oasis offers a stunning view over the valley.
12:30pm: Enjoy a delicious Moroccan lunch at the Casa Hassan. Your menu consists of half a bottle of mineral water or lemonade per person, Moroccan salad, Couscous with chicken and dried grapes, Tagine with calf meat and vegetables and a fruit salad.
2:00pm: Visit the Uta El Hamam square, easily the heart of this Moroccan city. The main attractions are the Kasbah and the central mosque along with the many cafes where you can sit out, enjoy the sun and just watch people pass. It is one of the best places to relax after all that sightseeing.
2:15pm: Explore the city’s small and attractive medina and shop at the souks. The charming medina is characterized b the typical blue Andalusian architecture including arches, small squares and fountains. Chefchaouen is known for its exquisite local Rifi blankets, carpets and rugs, pottery, leather goods and woodwork.
2:45pm: Departure from Chefchaouen.
5:00pm: Your tour ends with a drop-off at Tangier's port or your hotel or the closest drop-off point in Tangier.
We draw on over 18 years of service to give you a first class travel experience in Morocco. You’re transferring from Tangier to Fez, our service guarantees to meet you at the right time, in the right place. Ready and waiting to greet you will be one of our trusted chauffeurs. These individuals are much more than a friendly face. All our chauffeurs are amongst the most experienced in the industry. Courteous, calm and attentive to the details of your itinerary, they are experts behind the wheel. Our meticulous planning and attention to detail means your chauffeur will already know of any changes to your schedule, and will be waiting to whisk you off to your next destination, These individuals are much more than a friendly face. Our drivers are amongst the most experienced in the industry. Courteous, calm and attentive to the details of your itinerary, they are experts behind the wheel. Our meticulous planning and attention to detail means your chauffeur will already know of any changes to your schedule, and will be waiting to whisk you off to your destination.
Start yourÂ day trip with a morning or afternoon pickup from your centrally located hotel or cruise port inÂ Tangier. Board yourÂ air-conditioned minibusÂ and relax during the drive toÂ TÃ©touan, aÂ port city located about 43 miles (70 km) away.Â
On arrival, youâ€™ll embarkÂ on a private walking tour through the old town andÂ World Heritageâ€“listed Medina of TÃ©touan.Â Accompanied byÂ your personal guide,Â visit the souk, the Jewish Quarter, and Spanish Quarter. See the stand-outÂ landmarks ofÂ Plaza Primo de Rivera and Plaza de EspaÃ±a.
With an afternoon or evening departure from TÃ©touan, your tour ends with return transport toÂ yourÂ cruise terminal or hotel.
Meet your guide who will be holding a placard with your name at Tangierâ€™s cruise terminal. Begin your Tangier adventure by exploring the surrounding countryside. Visit the Caves of Hercules on the Atlantic, associated with the Greek hero Hercules. According to Greek legend, Hercules rested in this striking cave that resembles the map of Africa after digging the Strait of Gibraltar. Enjoy an exceptional view of the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean from this vantage point.
Next stop is Cap Spartel at the extreme North-West of Africa. Known as the Cape of Vines in ancient times, a lighthouse today stands guard over Cap Spartel. We will also visit the hills of Tangier where the architecture serves as a reminder of the colonial days when the city was ruled by the English, American, French and Spanish. Later, drive back to the city center for a fascinating tour of the Medina, Tangier's old town, the Kasbah and the souks (marketplaces) of Tangier. Visit the Tangier American Legation Museum which is the only historic landmark of the United States outside of the USA. Displayed inside are a variety of historical items and art exhibits, whilst the museumâ€™s library houses a large collection of books, maps, photographs and articles relating to Morocco.
The walking tour of the old Medina of Tangier will also include a visit to the fortified Kasbah, one of the cityâ€™s main attractions. The Kasbah is built on the highest point of the city and has excellent views out over the Straits of Gibraltar and neighboring Spain. Within its gates lies a large marble courtyard that leads to the Dar el-Makhzen, a former Sultanâ€™s palace built in the 17th century, which today houses the Museum of Moroccan Art. At the end of our walking tour weâ€™ll stop for a drink at a typical Moroccan restaurant or in a local house with a Moroccan family if possible. Enjoy some free time before returning to your cruise ship at the end of the tour.
We offer high quality airport transfers services in Tangier area for small groups and families, door to door transfers from and to Tangier's airport. Whether you need a private sedan, a minivan or a minibus for your Morocco Airport transportation, our Airport transfers services in Tangier are fast, easy, reliable and at an affordable price. If you need transfers from or to Tangier's Airport, our driver will be waiting for you at arrival area with a sign showing your name. He will check your flight arrival, changing automatically the pick-up time in case of flight delay, to assure to you the best Meet & Greet service by taking you to your hotel, riad, apartment or resort in any place in Tangier.
Or, if you are leaving the city to Airport, we will pick you up at the hotel, at your riad, at the office, at restaurant, at any event or congress or anywhere else you specify, and will take you to the airport with the most appropriate type of vehicle depending on your transportation needs. our Airport transfer services fast, easy and on time!
If you are already visiting Spain and youâ€™re looking for the most exotic weekend break, extend your journey south to the Kingdom of Morocco. Yes you can! with our Morocco 3 days private tour of Morocco you will enjoy the beauty of Morocco in a very short time.
Depart from Tangier, visit Fes and the mystical town of Chefchaouen with your own private driver guide. Our 3 days tour from Tangier includes a range of different activities, cultural sightseeing tours, trekking excursion in the Rif Mountains, visits of the museums and monuments, time for shopping in the famous Fes souksâ€¦
Day 01: Tangier / Spain / Chefchaouen
Day 02: Chefchaouen / Fes
Day 03: Fes / Asilah / Tangier /Spain
There are plenty of photo opportunities and time for shopping at the Medina, where tiny streets are bordered with fabric shops.
We have daily departure from Tangier's cruise terminal, first one at 09:00 AM and the last one at 02:00 PM. You will be picked up from the cruise terminal of Tangier and taken in an air-conditioned minibus for a small group sightseeing tour of Tangier. One of the best official guides of the city will accompany you on this tour. first part of your Tangier's tour will be by minivan, you will explore the surrounding countryside and stop to visit the Caves of Hercules on the Atlantic, associated with the Greek hero Hercules. This striking cave resembles the map of Africa. According to Geek legend, Hercules rested here after digging the Strait of Gibraltar. This vantage point offers an exceptional view of the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean.
Visit the Hercules Grotto, associated with the Greek hero Hercules. This striking cave resembles the map of Africa. According to Geek legend, Hercules rested here after digging the Strait of Gibraltar. This vantage point offers an exceptional view of the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean. You will have time for camel ride and a drink stop before heading for the Kasbah , the 17th century fortified residential quarter of Tangier. It is a place of arcades, winding alleys and hidden terraces and its fortifications are remarkably well-preserved. You will get plenty of photo opportunities here. After the kasbh you will visit the the fruit and vegetable market and Tangier's Medina (Old town). you will visit the old Medina with its craftsmanship shops and a magnificent mosaic-studded minaret overlooking the Mediterranean sea. Boasting a rich Spanish heritage, the Grand Socco is a square in the heart of Tangier. Pass by the Mendoubia Park, towards the north of the Grand Socco. A little further is the famous Petit Socco with its multitude of small hotels which previously accommodated famous artists and writers such us Matisse, Camille Saint Saens, Paul Bowles. If you took the 09:00 AM departure your tour ends at 01:00 PM with a drop-off at Tangier's cruise terminal, and if you choose the 02:00 PM departure your tour ends around 06:00 PM.
You will explore the surrounding countryside and stop to visit the Caves of Hercules on the Atlantic, associated with the Greek hero Hercules. This striking cave resembles the map of Africa. According to Geek legend, Hercules rested here after digging the Strait of Gibraltar. This vantage point offers an exceptional view of the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean.
Next stop is Cape Spartel at the extreme North-West of Africa. Known as the Cape of Vines in ancient times, a lighthouse today stands guard over Cape Spartel.
You will also visit the hills of Tangier where the architecture serves as a reminder of the colonial days when the city was ruled by the English, American, French and Spanish. At the end of the tour you will be brought back to the cruise terminal or to your Hotel.
A drive along the beautiful Atlantic coast of Tangier for a camel ride. Then back to the most exiting part of the tour: the Kasbah and Medina for the cultural visit; the walking tour start with the visit of the colourful Markets (Fish, meat and vegetable market ...). The cultural visit includes the mendoubia garden, the famous Kasbah which is located at the highest point of the Medina. The former Sultanâ€™s Palace (Dar el-Makhzen â€“ built back 1684 by the King Moulay Ismail ). The visit to the kasbah museum of Antiquities and Moroccan Art (which is within the walls of the old palace -Closed on Tuesdays). We stroll down through the narrow streets of the medina to the Jewish section, visit of the old Jewish Synagogue and the Jewish Cemetery. End the visit with the American legation; the first American property outside America where they display now the work of American writers whom lived in Tangier as Paul Bowles, William Burroughs, Tenessee Williams and many others. A fresh mint tea at the Petit Socco which was the gathering point of the above mentioned writers and artist.
Start your trip with discovering the Medina (old town) and the Kasbah (old fortress) where you canÂ explore its rich architecture. You will visitÂ a little souk, full of dried fruit, vegetables and spice markets and you will have the chance to visit the one of the local bakeries to taste their delicious breads. Also,Â you will explore the surrounding countryside and stop to seeÂ the Caves of Hercules on the Atlantic, that are associated with the Greek hero Hercules.Â
YouÂ will be sightseeing along the sea front promenade, avenue Mohamed V, Severo Ochoa institute, the Portuguese, American, Italian and Spanish quarters, the Royal Palace. There is plannedÂ a stop on the way to the Atlantic coast at the punico roman necropolis where you will experience the best views of the Strait of Gibraltar and see the tombs that are dated back to the roman times.
During a short stop at Cape Spartel you will see the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea mixed their waters.Then at an Atlantic dune you will have the chanceÂ to take pictures and ride the camels (optional). After that, you will return to the port driving through the most magnetic neighborhood.
You will be picked up from your hotel inÂ Tangier at 10amÂ and taken in an air-conditioned minibus for a private sightseeing tour of Tetouan, situated in North Africa and only 9 miles away from Spain.Â Once you arrive in TÃ©touan, you will be taken on a walking tour through the UNESCO-listed old town and Tetouan's bustling modern neighborhoods. You will be helped to exploreÂ the winding lanes of the souk along with Jewish and Spanish quarters and all of thisÂ will be accompanied with theÂ stories about Moroccan life and culture. Before returning to Tangier, you will seeÂ impressive whitewashed buildings with a dramatic mountain backdrop and Spanish-influenced architecture withÂ colorful glimpsesÂ of daily life.
Discover Asilah, one of the most beautiful and well-preserved old cities in Morocco.Â With this one-day trip, you will explore the beauty of the cityâ€™s ancient architecture, pristine beaches, and crystal clear waters. Your private tour to Asilah starts when your local guide picks you up at your hotel in Tangiers in an air-conditioned van. From there, you will travel south to spend the day taking in the beauty and soaking up the culture of Asilah.
A quick 45 kilometers away is Asilah, one of Morroccoâ€™s oldest cities. And on this private day trip, you will experience that rich history. Discover the ramparts, built by the Portuguese in the last 15th and early 16th centuries. Climb to the top for a picturesque view of the Atlantic Ocean. Trek over to the Portuguese-built El-Kamra tower, the tallest building in the town. Learn about the sordid past of the looming tower that was once part of the ancient defense structure, and home to a prominent Riffian bandit back in the 19th and 20th centuries when Asilah served as a base for pirates.
Take a break from history to appreciate Asilah as a current active cultural center. The tourist-oriented Summer Arts Festival runs during the warmer months. Whereas nearby San Bathrolome, a church built by Franciscan priests from Northwest Spain, is a nice place to visit year round.
Leave your hotel around 10 am when your driver and guide pick you up and see all these places, and still be back before dinner, around 5 pm.
Set high up in the Rif mountains, Chefchaouen is a magnificent blue and white walled Medina that was previouslyÂ a Berber post. EstablishedÂ in 1471 by Moulay Ali Ben Moussa Ben Rached El Alamiand is now practically a ruin and next to it is the great Mosque. Chefchaouen wasÂ a Moorish fortress for exiles from Spain. Over the centuries, the city expandedÂ and welcomed Jews and Christian converts alike. The Main square is considered the heart of Chefchaouen with the kasbah constructedÂ back in the 18th century, central mosque and cafes with originalÂ Moroccan style menus. The market is full of aÂ mix of traditional Moroccan and tourists souvenirs. The Medina is small and the town is easy to exploreÂ so you can take aÂ walk on to the main square and the souks that sell an array of goods.
Enjoy a relaxed private transfer from Tangier airport. Whether you are travelling alone, with family, friends or in a group you can be accommodated in all sizes with a new fleet of cars and minivans. Enjoy a meet and greet service at the airport, where a representative will be waiting at the exit hall with a sign bearing your full name.
You can rest assured that your flight will also be monitored for delays so you can start or end your holiday with a smile and with a safe, reliable, and hassle-free airport transfer. All our fleet comes with fully comprehensive insurance.
You will be touring around Tangier and its surroundings as well as visit Spartel Cape and the Hercules caves. From this point you will get an exceptional view of the strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean.
You will then visit the Kasbah district, next to the port, the old Medina, with its craftsmanship shops and the magnificent Minaret, looking over the sea. You will have the opportunity to pass by the Grand Socco, where multiple small hotels have previously accommodated famous artists and writers such as Matisse, Camille Saint Saens and Paul Bowles.
The local market of Chaouen are animated with traditionally dressed locals and a variety of beautifully displayed. Chaouen offers to its visitors the charm of a city which has preserved Arab Andalusian arts and traditions.
High up in the Rif mountains, Chefchaouen is a beautiful blue door and white walled Medina that was originally a Berber post.
The Main square is the heart of Chefchaouen with the kasbah built back in the 18th century, central mosque and cafes with authentic Moroccan style menus.
The market is a mix of traditional Moroccan and tourists souvenirs, very busy but worth a visit for the bargains.
The town is easy to explore. The kasbah was built by Moulay Ismail and is now practically a ruin and next to it is the great Mosque.
Although the Medina is small, walk on to the main square and the souks that sell an array of goods.
If you head on the Jewish quarter behind the jewellery souk, you will feel the difference between it and the main Arabic feel of the town.
(*) All prices are approximations due to currency fluctuations.