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Good to know
- Air-conditioned minivan or 4WD Fuel included
- Bottled water
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- English speaking driver guide
- Local guide
- Personal expenses
- Anything not mentioned in the program
- Tips and gratuities
- Discover one of Morocco’s most beautiful towns
- Enjoy the beautiful landscapes while driving through the Rif mountains
- Explore the main highlights of the city: the square outa lahmam,
the 15th century mosque, the museum and the Kasbah
- Stroll the blue streets and Enjoy a traditional local food
- Visit the source of Ras El Maa (optional)
- Take some life time photos while walking in the blue washed streets of chaouen
- The Itinerary of Day Trip to Chefchaouen ( the blue Pearl)
Your driver guide will pick you up at 8:00 from your accommodation in Fes, and then, head to Chefchaouen, located in the Rif Mountains near Tangier. Upon arrival, admire the incredible blue walls that make this city famous. You will have about 4 hours to explore the picturesque little streets of the medina led by your expert guide.
As this is a private tour, you have the luxury of deciding how you want to spend your time and you have the choice between many activities. Guests can explore local shops and cafes and see the main square known as Plaza Uta el-Hammam. To discover a culture, you may want to visit the Kasbah Museum, the Great Mosque or the Ethnographic Museum, which contains musical instruments, antique weapons and photographs of the Old City. You can also stop at the Ras Elma River which runs through the old town.
For lunch, you can choose to enjoy a delicious meal on the square, perched on the roof terrace with panoramic views of Chefchaouen. At the end of the day, you will come back to Fez to arrive around 8 pm.
The visit of Chefchaouen is also to take your time and immerse yourself in the way of life of its inhabitants, very different from the frantic pace of the big cities of Morocco. You can descend to the modern city to attend the weekly market (Monday or Thursday) where mountain inhabitants in traditional outfits come to offer their products.