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realmente es un tour que vale la pena hacerlo, se empapa de la ciudad de marruecos , se forma una idea de como son sus costumbres, que comen como viven. finalmente se puede apreciar los contrastes de esta ciudad mientras estuvo de moda como lugar de veraneo. excursion entretenida. recomiendo no seguir consejos de compras sino realizarlas por cuenta de uno y no sin antes un buen regateo.
Pues en conjunto estuvo bien, tanto la atención de los guías como gran parte del contenido incluido: el paso de El Estrecho fue precioso, el circuito en bus por la ciudad, el recorrido a pie por la medina y el zoco, foto con encantador de serpientes, fueron interesantes. La comida en restaurante típico con música bereber incluida fue muy impactante. Después nos llevaron a varios bazares para comprar productos típicos marroquíes, en donde se supone que vendedores y guías tienen sus comisiones. Todo eso ya lo esperábamos y estaba incluido en el viaje.
Pero no estoy satisfecho por no haberse cumplido otras actividades de la excursión anunciadas por la agencia tales como: visita a cabo Espartel, visita a las dunas, y visita opcional con pago aparte a la Cueva de Hércules. Precísamente yo elegí el recorrido con esta agencia, siendo 20 más caro que en otras agencias con las mismas actividades, porque incluía también estos contenidos que no incluyen las demás. Así es que las 2 parejas que íbamos juntas nos sentimos un poco estafadas.
MI EXPERIENCIA NO FUE PARA NADA ACEPTABLE
DESDE EL GUIA QUE TENIA MUY MAL HUMOR,PORQUE COEMENTABA QUE YA HABIA IDO A TANGER MAS DE 200O VECES Y SEGURAMENTE ESTAB ABURRIDO
HASTA MI RECOGIDA Y DEJADA DESPUES DE LA EXCURSION QUE FUE A MAS DE 8 CUADRAS DE MI HOTEL DE NOCHE Y CON MUCHO FRIO,CUANDO A OTROS PASAJEROS LOS FUERON A BUSCAR Y DEJARON EN LA PUERTA DEL HOTEL
COMO TODO LOS PASAJEROS DEL GRUPO HABLABAN EN INGLES ,NOS PUSIERON UN GUIA EN ESPAÑOL EN TANGER DESASTROSO QUE NO EXPLICO NADA,SE LO COMENTAMOS AL GUIA ,QUIEN APARTE DE ENOJARSE CON NOSOTROS SE LO RECRIMINO AL GUIA DE TANGER,PERO TODO SIGUIO IGUAL
EN EL OMNIBUS SE HABLA POR MICROFONO EN INGLES Y NOSOTROS EN EL FONDO INTENTANDO PODER ESCUCHAR ALGO EN ESPAÑOL
NO VOY A RECOMENDAR A NADEI QUE HAGA ESA EXCURSION CON UDS
NO LES HICE CASO A LOS COMENTARIOS DE LOS FOROS EN GOOGLE SOBRE ESTA EXCURSION PERO TENIA TODA LA RAZON
ES NO RECOMENDABLE
para el poco tiempo que dura la visita en tanger y poco tiempo tambien para compras demasiado viaje y muy largo en autobus...
me da la sensacion de que los gias de tanger hestan compinchados con las tiendas y te lleban a las que ellos quieren...
por lo demas bien viajamos 8 personas .M.A.V
Confusas las indicaciones para la recogida, lla me y me dijeron en la puerta de un hotel frente al servicentro de bencina, pregunte en recepcion de mi hotel como llegar y me dicen que ese hotel no esta frente al servicentro sino que a dos cuadras, vuelvo a llamar a Julia Travel y me dicen que es en el rentacar que esta en el servicentro y me dan el telefono del guia, el di ade tour al llegar al rentacar llamo al guia y me dice que el bus me iba a recoger en la rotonda que esta arrifa del servicentor que no pueden entrar al servicentro. Casi me pierdo el tour.
El guía camina muy rápido y anda muy apurado.
Poco tiempo para poder andar en camellos.
Espectacular lo que se puede comprar en el herbolario al que te llevan.
Expedito el trámite de policía internacional
Bueno el cuscus del restauran donde es el almuerzo, pero este no incluye las bebidas ni vino con la comida.
If I could give a negative star I would. Julia Tours runs this particular tour to Tangier from various pick ups along the Costa Del Sol from Malaga to Tarifa.
Where do I begin. The pick up was fine as the bus was also. It all started to unravel once we got to the ferry in Tarifa which is the departure point. We had been given a customs form to fill out for the Moroccan customs officers on board the ferry. As the ferry departed with 500 travelers, it was literally chaos! there were huge lines so you can turn in your customs forms to Moroccan officials. Our tour guide was a joke, he didn't bother to tell his group that we needed to get in line and get our form stamped. We had to ask and it was then that another tour guide told us what we had to do.
I was expecting to enjoy the 1 hour ferry ride through the Gibraltar straight, but instead I was stuck in line for the duration of the trip plus an additional 30 minutes. Did I mention that they had 2 Moroccan officials for 500 travelers? Very disorganized, very hot, AC not working, truly a nightmare!!!
Once we reached Tangier we were taken to another tour bus and proceeded with the tour on Tangier which was very disappointing to say the least. They took us to the Hercules Cave and we were rushed through it. I needed to use the restroom and when I entered I was approached by a woman demanding I pay her money to use the restroom, basically they are panhandling and will try to intimidate you into giving them money, which of course, I refused to do and told her to back off.
After a few other pointless stops, we were going to have lunch which was included, and then after that my favorite part which was shopping in the old town. We were taken to a restaurant that of course charged extra for drinks. The food was horrible, the service was horrible, and they had a trio that played 2 songs within a 1 hour period and of course went around with their basket demanding a tip, as did the waiters!
We left the restaurant and on our way to the shopping, well, what they did is the tour guide took you to one particular store which obviously gives him a kickback/cut for taking the tour group there. The place was a joke! they usher you to the 3rd floor where they give you a presentation of Persian carpets and they assign you a sales man that is really aggressive and is insisting you buy a carpet, or any of there other items at a cost 3 times higher that the regular vendors right outside. Once you are done there, the tour guide rushes you to the next stop which is an apothechary type place where once again another presentation by a bunch of idiots wearing lab coats attempting to fool you into thinking they are some some of medical professional which clearly they were not. These bozo's try sell you argan oil and other useless stuff. By the time you are done with that they tell you there is no time to go shopping anywhere else and rush you back to the bus and back to the ferry which really really ticked me off.
The original itinerary was from 7am to 7pm, we got dropped off at our hotel at 10:30 pm which is ridiculous!
This tour is horrible, wouldn't recommend it to anyone. I paid over 500 dollars for 5 people and honestly didn't get a thing from it. Tangier is very dirty, not much to see, architecturally and historically disappointing, vendors harass you to the point of becoming aggressive. If you are set on going to Tangier I strongly recommend a private tour.
This trip was quite disapponting for me. The whole day was rushed through, I felt we were treated like kids on a school trip and in total it left a sense of just getting the most money out of you. There was no free time in Tangier no time for photos either, which was not made clear when booking the trip. We were taken to see the camels but I didn't even have time to take pictures because the guide came to rush me back to the bus. The meal was average - I have had much better Moroccan food before. Then we were taken to carpet sellers and pharmacists to buy special products from them - somehow there was a lot of time arranged for their selling speeches. This time could have been better used with a more leisurely pace wondering around the beautifully looking narrow streets. I acknowledge that it was a rainy day and the bazaars were told to be closed because it was Friday but we could have been warned about this if the bazaars are always closed on Fridays. If you want to experience the real Morocco, I would suggest not to go on an organised day trip but arrange your own trip.
We loved our day in Morocco!! Paco, our guide explained how to bargain with the sellers, which was very helpful, and taught us how to have a lot of fun with the process. The buses were new and comfortable, the ferry ride was enjoyable, the bus in Morocco showed the beautiful coastline area. The meal was great and included music with smiling entertaining musicians. We were taken to an artisan coop where they had many quality items, including carpets. We then went to a medicinal herbalist who explained about herb remedies which was interesting but also, entertaining. A really packed day, would have liked maybe an hour more in the bazaar area but all in all a truely fun day! Don't miss it.