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Tangier Shore Excursion: City Tour of Tangier

Highlights
  • Take a private sightseeing tour in and around Tangier
  • See the downtown area and surrounding countryside
  • Visit many popular landmark locations
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Tangier Shore Excursion: City Tour of Tangier
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Tangier Shore Excursion: City Tour of Tangier
From US$51.55
Overview
Explore the Moroccan port city of Tangier and its surrounding countryside on this full-day sightseeing tour. See many of the landmark locations in downtown Tangier on a panoramic drive through the city. Visit the Caves of Hercules, one of the most popular local attractions. Also, travel to the sandy bay of Cape Spartel and much more. Learn more about the history, culture and architecture of Tangier from an English-speaking guide. All necessary entrance fees plus transportation in an air-conditioned minivan, including Port of Tangier pickup and drop-off, is provided.
What to Expect
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 Sultan’s Palace (Dar el-Makhzen – 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.
Reviews (47)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Chaara made the day!

Thank you to Chaara for his tour, along with the driver Mustafa. It was a great day inspite of a very rainy morning! Sun came out around 11 am though. Chaara shares his passion and knowledge of Tangier and made for a memorable day. He...More

Thank Happiness818809
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing Experience in Tangier!

We had such an amazing day in Tangier. Did everything and more that we wanted to do. Camel ride, sightseeing with a fantastic and extremely knowledgeable tour guide, caves of Hercules and an amazing lunch in the medina! It was everything and more. Everyone was...More

Thank Caitlyn L
Reviewed 15 May 2018
Unbelievably Amazing Experience!

We wanted to avoid any grouped tours and we (just like anybody else) wanted to get the most out from our visit in Morocco, Tangier. I note we reserved the tour previous day around at midnight. Chaara the "tour guy" was waiting for us at...More

1  Thank Gabor B
Reviewed 22 April 2018
Good aftenoon tour

We were picked up from our hotel and visited Cape Spartel. We stopped to visit the camels, we chose not to ride. We then went to the Herculaneum Caves, our tour guide was a Berber man, he was fantastic...10/10...after that we were taken to the...More

3  Thank Andrea L
Reviewed 19 April 2018
Great Experience in Tangier!

We had a lovely time with the Tangier Shore Excursion! Chaara is hysterical and so welcoming. Our tour guide, Ali, was also very accommodating and knowledgable about the city. It was so nice to have a guide with us while exploring the confusing allies of...More

Thank Morgan M
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