Excursion in Tangier. Morocco. Africa
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I`m a single 67 year woman, living in Israel and I`m interested to visit Morocco.
For the last days I have worked trying to make myself a schedule and I would kindly ask you if you could give me a price how much this itinerary would cost.
I wish to emphasize that as a private tour I hope to make the outmost of my time and would wish to start my days early at 08.00 (maybe not always but most of the days).
When booking hotels, please book only for B/B as I`m used to eat my main meal, at lunch time.
3 - 4 stars hotel will suite me. Or Riads
my itinerary for MORROCO
Day 1: Casablanca -
Arrival at Casablanca Mohamed V airport.
Welcome assistance and transfer to hotel.
day 2: Rabat / Meknes
Drive to Rabat and a guided visit of the exteriors of the Royal Palace, the Mohamed V mausoleum and the Oudayas Kasbah. (2 hours)
Continuation to Meknès which was founded at the end of the 17th Century by Moulay Ismael.
Overnight in Meknes
Day 3: Meknes/ Volubilis/ Fez
Driving to Volubilis for a guided visit.
Continue on to Fès .
Half day sightseeing of Fez, the oldest cultural and spiritual city of Morocco. The clients will see the craftsmen working in the old age way with a possibility to buy one of these items.
Overnight at the hotel.
Day 4: Fez
Half day morning tour and later free
Day5 :Fez /MideltErfoud Earlier departure to Midelt via Azrou; a Berber village known for its handicraft cooperative. Continuation through Midelt, Ziz river and series of fortified villages. Arrival in Erfoud and check in hotel.
I understand that here I have to get also Dinner
Day 6: Merzouga/Erfoud
Early departure by 4x4 to Merzouga where you can have the opportunity to see one of
the best sunrise in the world.
Return to Eroud
Day 7: Erfoud/Tineghir/Quarzazate Departure to Tineghir via Rissani. Visit of the ruins of Ksar Abbar and through the tinjdad road. Arrival at Todra Gorges known for their impressive bare of escarpments. Lunch and continuation to Quarzazate via El Kelaa M`Gouna and the Dades valley. Arrival to Quarzazate, visit the Moroccan MGM Film studio and also visit Ait Benhaddou
Day 8 : Fez / Midelt / Erfoud
Departure to taroudant via Taliouine and many berber villages.
Arrival to the quiet city of Taroudant for overnight.
I would like also to visit a Berber family
Day 9: Taroudant / Marrakech –
Breakfast at hotel. Morning departure . Travel through stands of
indigenous argan and thuya trees , where the areas famous
tree-climbing goasts can be seen . Visit the hightest pass through the Atlas Mountains, Tizin Test.
Arrive Marrakech transfer to hotel (I will book myself a hotel in Marakech)
Hotels or Riads
Casablanca/ Rabat /Meknes
Meknes / Volubilis / Fez
Fez / Midelt / Erfoud
Erfoud / Merzouga / Erfoud
Erfoud / Tineghir / Ouarzazate
Ouarzazate / Ait Ben Haddou / Taroudant
Taroudant / Marrakech (only transfer - no hotel)
Charles: I am traveling with 3 friends in southern Spain the last week in May. We plan to take the hydrofoil of Tangier from Tarifa around 10 am arriving around 9 am in Tangier.
I lived in Tangier in an apartment building next to the Rif Hotel by the beach many years ago when my father was vice consul at the American Legation. I remember fishing for sardines off the pier and watching the fishermen on the beach pull in their nets filled with fish. My mother still uses her Moroccan leather wallet with gold leaf . She wants me to get her some new ones in different colors.
For me this trip will bring back many memories. For my friends this will be
their first time.
Would you be available to show us around? I picked Thursday as the day to visit Tangier because the American Legation and the Mendoubia Gardens are open. Also I understand that the Rif Berber women come to town to sell on Sundays and Thursdays around the Church of St. Andrew.
I would like to experience walking the narrow streets and alleys of Tangier, snake charmers, the markets, spice bazaars, the Sulatanate Palace, American Legation etc.. Also possibly a mint tea at the Cafe Hafa in the afternoon. would also like some time to shop for good leather/metal products in the Bazaar. We could possibly skip the museum and replace it with the American Legation/Gardens.
Do you have any suggestions as to what time to get to Tarifa in order to park etc.? How much do you charge for the tour? How long is it? What if we need another hour?
Leah: I and a friend are traveling to Costa Del Sol in mid February. We would like to spend 2 days (1 night) in Tangier. We have some ideas of Riads we would like to stay but since we are 2 women traveling alone we are in need of a guide. We are interested in the history and culture of Tangier but would like to avoid being to much of a tourest. Experiencing Tangier as a local would is our preference. We would like to do some shopping at the public markets and shops but want to avoid rug merchants and shops that are to tourest like. We want to experience the real MO. Can you please let me know what your charges are and if you are available the 21st of February 2011?
mario: Hi, how are you?
I am journalist for Go Outside magazine (we are the Brazilian version of Outside, published under license). I am producing a “cave travel guide”, to show some most spectacular caves around the world, and would like to talk about Cave of Hercules.
I will display a support service, with “who take there”, “price”, “best months to go”…
So, can you help me with these infos, please? If you have the detailed itinerary, please, send to me. And could you send me some photos of there (in high resolution) too?
The story will be published in April issue and I send you a copy, of course!
Thanks a lot. All the best