This tour of Fez takes you through the intricate maze of streets of the medina. See the tanneries, Medersa Bouaanania, Nejjarine Museum and more.
Combine the 2 imperial cities of Marrakech and Fes with a Moroccan desert tour. This 3-day will allow you discover the secrets of the Sahara Desert.
Have a memorable day in the oldest city of Morocco. See the most unique medina in the world. Explore thousands of alleys and many historical…
On this private full-day tour, discover two of Morocco's oldest impressive sites, both UNESCO attractions. You'll visit the well-preserved Moroccan…
Explore the best of Morocco on this 6-day tour. Visit the Hassan II Mosque, the old city of Rabat, and the beautiful Ouzoud Waterfalls.
Travel between Fes and Marrakech through the Saharan desert, exploring kasbahs, towns, cities, mountains, and oases along the way. Ride on a camel…
Make the most of your time in Morocco with a private transfer from Casablanca to Fes, followed immediately by a guided tour of the city in the…
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Before embarking on the walk, I had expected it to be the same as Marrakech...I couldn’t have been more wrong. Our guide took us to see Fes from a height so that we had everything in perspective when in the narrow streets of the Medina. He was very knowledgeable and went to great lengths to explain the history and relevance of each point of interest. In addition to the guide, we also got a driver, so the guide was 100% focused on us. The trip started promptly at 09:00 when we were picked up from our hotel and finished around 3pm. Even then, the guide offered us the opportunity to explore ourselves or do some shopping. We declined and he phoned the driver, who was waiting locally. He took us straight back to the hotel as requested. The guide was very welcoming, warm, knowledgeable and not in a hurry to end the tour. All in all we found it great value for €40. This was irrespective of whether you were a family of 5 like us, a larger party or a single/couple. Strong recom
While it's a bit of a lengthy drive to get to Merzouga, it's absolutely worth it to be able to witness the Sahara dunes at both sunset/sunrise. Camels are also my new favourite way to travel! The campsite is basic but the dinner was hearty, I loved the traditional music and dancing and our Berbere guides couldn't have been more hospitable. My only criticism is that every stop was designed for us to buy something and the restaurants arranged for our lunch stops were expensive and really dirty and substandard. Our driver Mohamed and a tour guide at Ait Benhaddou became very rude and aggressive, actually yelling at us because no one wanted to do the "optional" tour - we all just wanted to wander the site by ourselves but the men were clearly angry that they would miss the commission. I wish it had been a little more relaxing but it did feel like we needed to be "switched on" 24/7.
The tour guide speaks really good English, which is not very common in Morocco. He's nice and has a lot to tell. You really need a guide when visiting the Medina otherwise you will get lost. He will show you around a few shops but they will not pressure you into buying anything, feel free to look around and say no or bargain. I would definitely recommend this tour, 'cause it's great value for money especially when you are with a bigger group!
Something went wrong with our booking. At 8:30 we were supposed to be ready but no one came. At 9:30 the tour eventually started but we got a tour around fes instead of the booked tour to chefchaoen. We didn't mind and did the fes tour instead, it was lovely and the guide was perfect.
Our guide was excellent. He was funny and very informative. He took us to every corner of the Médina explaining its history. He asked us what we wanted to look at to buy and he only took us to those places. A guided tour of the Médina is a must to truly experience it