Full Day Trip From Fes To The Pearl Of Chefchaouen

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Take a full day trip from Fes to explore the pearl of the north the blue city Chefchaouen, the famous Moroccan city with blue and white streets in the Rif Mountains. On this 12-hour private tour you will visit the small town and discover the: shops, cafes, the 15th century mosque, the Outa el Hammam square and the Kasbah Museum.The province has in the field of tourism significant and diversified potentialities consisting of historical monuments, the main point of interests of this trip is: the colorful blue and white streets, the 15th century mosque the square outa lahmam, the museum and the Portuguese Kasbah.

DESTINATIONChefchaouen
DEPARTURE LOCATIONFes
RETURN LOCATIONFes
DEPARTURE TIMEPlease arrive by 08:45 AM for a prompt departure at 09:00 AM
RETURN TIMEApproximately 6:00 PM
DRESS CODECasual, comfortable athletic clothing, hat and sun glaces
INCLUDED
Hotel pickup and drop-off serviceFuel included
Transport by an air-conditioned vehicleProfessional driver/guide
Local guideBottled water
NOT INCLUDED
Entrance feesPersonal expenses
Tips and gratuitiesLunch and drinks
Anything not mentioned in the program

Highlights

  • Enjoy the colorful streets of Chaouen including: the square outa lahmam, the 15th century mosque, the museum and the Kasbah
  • Enjoy a traditional local food
  • Discover one of Morocco’s most beautiful towns in the north of Moroco
  • Visit the source of Ras El Maa (optional)
  • Guided walking tour through the blue and white streets
  • Enjoy the beautiful landscapes of the Rif mountains

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Day 1: Departure from Marrakech to To The Pearl of Chefchaouen

Typical Andalusian town, with its white houses and indigo, located in the mountains of Western Rif. It is one of the most attractive tourist sites of northern Morocco, a unique place in the world and offers picturesque images of extraordinary beauty; it is also known as the Blue City.

The old medina is a small corner of the Alpujarra of Granada where, silent and hidden, remains the Moorish soul of the fifteenth century. The city is located on a hillside near the source of Ras el Ma, it remains the main heart of the city. Its narrow and clean streets, its houses of a bright white and blue color, the absence of cars, the sound of the water flowing between the stones, its clean air, its shops, its restaurants and especially its friendly people make from this medina an ideal place to visit all year round, as it is very attractive for international tourism.

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.

Chefchaouen’s day trip from fez includes: Majzen Square, with its classic Parador Hotel, offers a beautiful view of the Rif Al Andaluz Mosque.

From here you can reach the main square of the particularly charming town of Uta el Hamman, with cafes and restaurants, highlighting the Kebir, with octagonal minaret, and the 15th century Alcazaba, which can be visited.

Relax in  local tarrace to enjoy a moroccan local traditional lunch before continue exploring the blue washed streets.

The other buildings of this place are the old prison, fondak Chfichu, the largest and oldest of Chefchaouen and Zauia Kadiria.

Always surrounded on the left side by the main mosque. After crossing the Mellah, the Jewish quarter, we will enter the ES SUECA district: the most primitive Chaouen, very commercial, with craft shops. Crossing it, we will arrive at JARACIN, the shoemakers district. This is where the magnificent mosque Sidi Buhansa, Saint, very venerated.

1 review for Full Day Trip From Fes To The Pearl Of Chefchaouen

  1. Vick Water

    Excellent and Recommended for any traveller.

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