TOUR FROM MARRAKECH TO FES IN 3 DAY

Tour description

The trip from Fes to Chefchaouen is a breathtaking day trip towards a small town that’s full of both charm and authenticity. First of all, we’ll begin our trip by crossing the streets lined with blue and white houses, where you’ll explore new highlights, culture, traditions, and values of native people. The trip to Chefchaouen is an extraordinary destination for admiring the Rif Mountains as they provide a unique landscape that cannot be found anywhere else. During this fascinating day trip to the blue city, we’ll enjoy the panoramic landscape and clean air. Before our arrival to the heart of Chefchaouen, we will drive in surrounded forests, most magnificent valleys, gorges. In addition, we discover the famous Uta el-Hammam square in the heart of the city that surrounded by typical cafes and restaurants. Next, we’ll lead you to see the Kasbah, a refurbished castle with a beautiful garden, a small ethnographic museum, and an art gallery. Besides, this day trip will be incomplete if we don’t see the Grand Mosque. The view is a delight. Later on, we will drive to Volubilis to visit this ancient roman city. At the end of our 1-day trip to Chefchaouen from Fez, we will return back to Fez and drop you off in your accommodation. The price of 220 euro on the first page is for 2 persons.

ABOUT THIS TOUR

TOURS INCLUDS

  • Tour 4×4 / minibus with AC
  • Driver Speak English
  • Fuel
  • Dinner And Breakfast
  • local Guide in fes
  • water during all the trip

Tour inclued :

  • Pick up at hotel, riad, airport or wherever you want
  • Tour transport 4×4 or Minubus with air conditioning
  • English-speaking driver
  • Fuel, tolls and all associated expenses.
  • Prive tours ( Not group )
  • hour and a half tour in camel with related guidance
  • Party with drums in berber tent.
  • Guide speaks enlglech
  • Tours days
  • 1 nights in kasbah (hotel )
  • 1 night in Berber tent

Not inclued :

  • Drink
  • Flight
  • What not above

NOT INCLUDS

  • Flight
  • Beverages
  • Lunches
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