Travel to Tangier by ferry and spend a full-day around the exotic sights of the Kasbah and enjoy an authentic lunch. Marvel at the tremendous snake…
What people are saying about Estepona
My wife & I really enjoyed this day tour. It was fun & enlightening! We saw lots of not so great reviews so were skeptical but honestly I don't know what people expect for the amount of money paid & the time it takes to get there & back...all in all we thought it was exceptionally well run & organized. If you are looking for free time to shop & wander the city on your own this is not the tour for you - it is a fast paced organized tour with no time to spend exploring on your own. TIP: take eros for the street hawkers...they are VERY persistent but if you know this going in & keep a good attitude its over soon enough and some of them have pretty cool stuff plus it gets cheaper the closer you get to leaving...My only negative comment would be when we got back to Spain we had to wait quite awhile at the port for our bus to take us back because the bus driver had driven to many hours earlier & we had to wait out his mandatory rest period - they had cold beer so it was all good!
Julia Tour Operators, and their guides did a good job to cover as much as they could in one day; wish had more things to see in Tangier, as a lot of time was consumed in travelling.
Honestly, It takes too much time checking passports and other documents once onboard by the Morocco authorities, but I guess there isn't another way to do it. Many people on my trip, has to wait long time to have their docs. stamped even when the ferry was at port and many left already like me. Too many persons equals too much time the inspection. On the other hand, the return was okay and they easest the necessary immigration control.
Amazing adventure, and a lot of good sights. The camels where The best part of The trip. There was a bit much waiting and a small amount of information about why we had to wait so much. The lunch was too late also. We also tought it was supposed to be a 12 hour trip, but it was a 16 hour trip.
No issues there so I won't spend time on that. In Tangier we spent maybe 4 hours. Bus ride to the camels (you walk like 10 feet), bus ride to the old city, walk around to restaurant (food was fine), walk to carpet pitch (30 min in there), walk to medicine/Moroccan oil pitch (30 min in there), walk back to bus to take to ferry. The carpet place was annoying if you don't want one, but again it's 30 minutes. I actually found the medicine/oil pitch fun and didn't mind it. The best advice I can give is that if you want souvenirs (like magnets, postcards) buy them from the people on the street you pass walking. You won't get another chance. Have your money out and ready so you won't get left behind! The bus on the way back made us wait almost 2 hours because the driver had to rest (mandated) before he could drive again. This could have easily been solved by having 2 drivers. It's crazy they made us wait on the street for hours because they wouldn't pay another person.