4 DAYS 3 NIGHTS TANGIER FES TANGIER
We offer the opportunity to learn about daily life, traditions and culture in the cities and among nomads and Berbers through delicious cuisine, natural history, and architecture. While we have planned the following trips according to our favorite travel spots and added some adventure, we are happy to accommodate your tastes and schedule should you like to modify an itinerary.
DAY 1 : TANGIER TO FES VIA VOLUBILIS
Depending on arrival time at TANGIER airport/seaport, you will be welcomed by your private tour guide who will take you to visit the city, including the old TANGIER American legation museum, Cervantes theatre of Tangier who was built in 1913 by the Spanish do they give it again to the Moroccan government after 40 years of abandonment to transform it to a cultural center who will be open to the public in 2017, cap spartel in order to visit a very old tower who was build in 1864 and the Caves of Hercules.
Then you will leave TANGIER to FES via the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis where you will spend the afternoon exploring the 2000-year-old ruins and getting a picture of life during the Roman Empire.
DAY 2: Fez Guided tour
After your usual light breakfast you will meet your guide at the hotel/riad for a briefing before leading you to discover one of the world’s largest walled in cities Fes medina. You will explore the narrow streets lined with fresh fruit, mounds of spices, intricately woven Berber carpets, the tanneries and many other art objects of Morocco. For lunch, you will eat in a traditional Moroccan restaurant in the heart of the medina, after lunch you will continue the tour to the outside of the medina in order to visit to the King’s Palace, the Jewish quarter and the potters.
DAY 3 : FES – CHEFCHAOUEN
After a very early breakfast, you will start your day trip to one of the very popular tourist destinations in North of Morocco Chefchaouen or Chaouen who was founded in 1471 as a small fortress by Moulay Ali Ben Rashed. It is known as the «blue city» for its traditional buildings. It was under Spanish occupation and was emancipated in 1956, that’s why when you will be there you will feel the big Spanish influence in culture, and architecture. It offers many native handicrafts that are not available elsewhere in Morocco, such as woven blankets and wool garments. The goat cheese, native to the area is also popular with tourists. During the drive to the beautiful city you will explore an extremely different culture and lifestyle from different big cities as fez and you will enjoy also a very nice view of Rif Mountains. (Please keep your eyes open to see thousands of olive trees).
DAY 4 : CHEFCHAOUEN TANGIER
Your last day of travel with us we will take you back to TANGIER where you began your travel 3 days before.
NOTE: our tours and itineraries can be modified according to your needs.
You will be transferred to the airport/seaport for departure.