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3 Days Tour from Tangier to Fes Chefchaouen Capital of Morocco

3 Days Tangier to Fes Chefchaouen Capital of Morocco Description:

Voyage through the magnificent city, Sahara desert and north from tangier, during 3 days you will go through the history and the enchantment of Morocco, from north to south, royal urban areas and mazes, you will find the impact of domains and administrations on Morocco, from Fes the otherworldly money to Meknes and stunning entryways, to Sahara desert to encounter a camel trek and dozing in a desert camp under the stars lastly to Marrakech the pearl of the south and its wonderful souks, gardens and social sights.

3 Days Tangier to Fes Chefchaouen Capital of Morocco Highlights:

  • Explore the city of tangier: Kasbah, cap spartel, Hercules caves

  • Investigate the city of tangier: Kasbah, top package, Hercules caverns.

  • Investigate the pearl of the north the blue city of Chefchaouen and its blue pleasant lanes

  • Visit and find the magnificent urban areas of Morocco: Marrakech, and Fes

  • Investigate Fez, the nation's social capital, halting at souks, tanneries, madrasas, and mosques.

Your Daily Itinerary 3 Days Tangier to Fes Chefchaouen Capital of Morocco

Day 1: Tanger - Tetouan - Rif Mountains – Chefchaouen :

After breakfast, we will leave from Tangiertothe «WhiteBrid» situated in the Rif Mountains. Tetouan is a novel mix of Arab and Andalusian societies. Visit the new town where you will see the Hassan ll Square, senator's places, Spanish nursery, the principal North African mosque, and the dividers of the Kasbah. Enter the medina through Bab Ok and proceed for a mobile voyage through the old town. This will incorporate the Jewish area, the Andalusian segment, the Berber advertises, the women, and Guersael Kbira. Leave the old town and afterward keep on chefchaouen, a superb to win the Rif Mountains and one of the most wonderful towns in Morocco. Chefchaouen is atypical Berber town. A voyage through the blue city and keeping in mind that the town incorporates the Palace EmMkhzen and the well known square Uta el Hamman, the city's Great Mosque, worked in the 15 century and the medina.Overnight in the Hotel.

Day 2 :Chefchaouen - Volubilis - Meknes – Fes :

After breakfast in Chefchaouen we head to Fes, Along the way, we'll stop at the old vestiges of Volubilis. Make a stride back in time as you are guided through these 2,000-year-old Roman ruins... Set before green slopes, this once bustling Roman town is currently an extraordinary authentic site that gives a brief look into the past. Your guide will clarify the criticalness of each building, making this stop the most captivating history exercise you have ever had. At that point, we head to Meknes, a majestic city and UNESCO world legacy site. Stop for Lunch there, driver where his preferred stop is! We think lunch is in every case progressively flavorful when it's taken at a nearby stop. From Meknes, you will head to Fes. Fes is overflowing with convention and stories on the off chance that you set aside the effort to watch them. Remember to attempt the hot olives sold out and about being brave, this is your unique excursion.

Day 3 : Fes – Assilah – Tangier

After breakfast, we will begin our excursion from Fes to Tangier. We drive to Meknes to visit the Mansour Gate and next, keep on rabat, the nation's capital. Here we will visit Hassan 2 the second biggest mosque on the planet particularly its area, directly on the highest point of the rough sound over the sea this is one of the extraordinary accomplishments of morocco engineering, at that point to Place Mohamed V were the must old government structures. Before we take you to our capital Rabat there, you'll see the Hassan Tower worked in the twelfth century. At that point the Ordains Kasbah the eleventh-century stronghold worked in Andalusian-style, it gives fine perspectives over to Salé and the Atlantic Ocean. Proceeding with Assilah a delightful oceanside town on the northwest of Morocco, Asilah is a brilliant and new little goal that furnishes a sample of Spain blended in with Moroccan conventions The works of art that fill the whitewashed dividers of the old piece of town are by a wide margin one of the town's fundamental attractions. They change each year, and guests can meander around for a considerable length of time appreciating each bit of work. A large portion of the landmark is worked in the fifteenth century. From that point onward, we'll keep on tangier. The highlights start by visiting the cutting edge new town and the well off California area where you will see the homes and places of the rich and popular. Stop at Cap Spartel, the beacon that denotes the official assembly of the Atlantic and Mediterranean.

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This is what is included in the 3 Days Tangier to Fes Chefchaouen Capital of Morocco :

  • Pick up you from your accommodation in Tangier
  • Private Transport by an A/C vehicle
  • Fuel included
  • Private English Speaking driver throughout your Journey
  • Half-board accommodations in selected hotels or Riads (dinners & breakfasts are included)
  • You can stop everywhere to take photos
  • Camel Trekking & Night in Desert
  • Camel Per person
  • Drop off service at your accommodation in Tangier

This is what is Excluded in the 3 Days Tangier to Fes Chefchaouen Capital of Morocco

  • Entrance fees
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Lunches and Drinks
  • Air fare travel
  • Anything not mentioned in the program

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