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Overview

Swap Spain for the magic of North Africa on this 5-day trip to Morocco from the Costa del Sol. Ride a ferry across the Mediterranean to this fascinating country, and witness its top cities and sights. Traveling by comfortable, air-conditioned coach with an expert guide, visit Casablanca, Marrakech, Fez, Rabat and Meknes, and enjoy a mix of panoramic tours and free time in these captivating cities. Your tour includes pickup and drop-off in the Costa del Sol, return ferry tickets, four nights of 3- or 4-star accommodation, plus many meals.
  • Five-day trip to Morocco from the Costa del Sol
  • Visit Casablanca, Marrakech, Meknes, Fez and Rabat
  • See Casablanca's Royal Palace and Fez's Medina
  • Walk through bustling markets
  • Ferry ride across the Strait of Gibraltar
  • Choice of three-star or four-star hotels
Uncover the best of Morocco on this 5-day tour from the Costa del Sol, led by an expert guide, with round-trip transport included. 

Leave the Costa del Sol behind as you travel to either the port of Algeciras or Tarifa, and then catch the ferry across the Mediterranean Sea to this captivating North African country. Then, on arrival, hop inside a comfortable, air-conditioned coach and travel around five of Morocco’s most enchanting cities, from Rabat and Casablanca to Fez, Marrakech and Meknes.

As part of your tour, enjoy panoramic guided sightseeing tours in Rabat, Casablanca, Fez and Meknes; plus ample free time in both vibrant Marrakech and ancient Fez to explore their souks, medinas and other highlights as you wish. Your tour also includes all coach transport in Morocco, four nights of accommodation in your choice of 3- or 4-star hotels, four breakfasts and four dinners; return ferry tickets between Spain and Morocco, and a coach pickup and drop-off at central meeting points on the Costa del Sol.

Itinerary

Day 1: Costa del Sol - Rabat - Casablanca (D)
Depart the Costa del Sol to Algeciras or Tarifa to board the ferry to Morocco. Visit Rabat,depart to Rabat, the diplomatic and administrative capital of Morocco. You’ll have a short tour of the city’s important sights, like the Royal Palace, the Mohamed V Mausoleum and the Hassan Tower. Continue to Casablanca.

Casablanca accommodation: Tourist Class: Kenzi Basma and First Class : Farah Casablanca

Day 2: Casablanca - Marrakech (B, D)
After breakfast, you will have a short panoramic city tour before continuing to Marrakech. The afternoon is yours to sightsee on your own. Dinner and accommodation at hotel. There is an optional dinner and show at Chez Ali Fantasia.

Marrakech accommodation: Almas (3-star) or Asni (4-star)

Day 3: Marrakech - Meknes - Fez (B, D)
After breakfast, depart to Meknes for a short panoramic tour of the city, including the Hedine Square and the great Mansour Gate. Continue to Fez for the evening.

Fez accommodation: Tourist Class: Menzeh and First Class : Parc Palace or Menzeh

Day 4: Fez (B, D)
After breakfast, enjoy a city tour of Fez, the most ancient of the imperial cities of Morocco. Visit the most interesting points of the city: the Royal Palace, the Christian and Jewish Quarter, and the Medina (Old City), declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The afternoon is at your leisure to further explore this fascinating city. Dinner and accommodation at hotel.
Fez accommodation: Zalagh 2 (3-star) or Menzeh or Sofia (4-star)

Day 5: Fez - Costa del Sol (B)
After breakfast head to the ferry to Algeciras. Continue to Costa del Sol, where your tour concludes.

The hotels detailed above are as a reference only and are subject to change.

Reviews

Viator Traveler's Reviews

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C
, Mar 2018

Viator dropped the ball with this tour. Inexcusable for an established tour company to treat their customers with this level of service. First they subcontracted the tour to Julia travel who in turn subcontracted the tour to MundiMaroc. If you see any of these tour operators I suggest you move on. Vacations should not be a test of your endurance.

We were contacted by text two evenings before our departure, The text indicated that there would be a change to the schedule of the tour due to inclement weather. We contacted the office of Julia travel the following mornning there is no 24 hour contact for either Viator or Julia travel. We were told at that time that there was no reason for concern that all had been taken care of. We would be picked up at the predetermined time and place. All was fine.

On Friday morning at 6:15 a.m. we waited for our pickup in Malaga. The tour operator from MundiMaroc showed up no one had been told that the tour was subcontracted out to another tour operator. The tour operator proceeded to tell us that due to the inclement weather that the port had been closed so we would now be flying to our next destination rather than crossing by boat. The problem was that the flight was not to take place until 10 p.m. that evening. We had no choice but to board the tour bus and drive for 3 hours to Tarifa making stops along the way to pick up other clients. We then returned to Malaga only to be dropped off at a shopping center and told we would be picked u p 6 hours later to proceed to the airport for our flight to Tangiers scheduled for 10:oo p.m.. 3 unnecessary hours of travel and 6 hours of abandonment at a shopping mall.....We were paying for this????

No alternative was offered to making the 3 hour bus ride nor the 6 hours of waiting in the shopping mall. We checked out of our hotel 5.5 hours early to ride a bus to nowhere. We had no other choice but to walk away from the tour uncompensated if we did not proceed with their ridiculous schedule.

We finally arrived in Tangier at 1:00 a.m. and were then told we would be expected to be up and ready to start the tour by 6 a.m. Out tour leader was supposedly bilingual. He could speak for extended periods in Spanish and then had difficulty speaking a full sentence in English. He was impossible to understand. A waste of time.

At other stops we were dragged into stores to be deluged with prearranged sales pitches for herbal medicines, rugs and other overpriced items.

My best advice is to run not walk away from any tour associated with Viator, or Julia Travel. MundiMaroc did what they could but it still was not enough. Beware!

N
, Aug 2017

Trip was very disappointing. It felt like I was locked on the bus. The tour drove through Meknes (was not allowed to get off the bus) and in Rabat there was only a fifteen stop to get a picture. No time to walk and explore any city. Dinner was not included (120 Euro). No time to shop in the market.

W
, Jan 2017

First time I've gone on a trip with a tour group. This tour was misleading in it's representation. Also, getting historical facts is always interesting, but I'm not intetested in a religious presentation. The hotels were Ok except for the internet connectivity which was poor to non existent.

w
, Mar 2015

Good tour well organised and value for money. Hotels were of good standard considering the low season they were well staffed and the meals provided were local produce and very agreeable.Guide spoke English and Spanish local guides were very good as well. Viator outsource to another company to run the tour they were very good. We did not enjoy visiting artisans where there was a sales pitch and possibly a kick back somewhere along the lines. This is usual in this type of tour but a it old hat now. Two of my party were elderly and found the Medina in Fes a little too much walking but that is how the place is built. One of my party needed a Doctor the guide was excellent in looking after this. All in all 1650 Kms maybe just too much for one trip but you are packing in a lot.

R
, Oct 2014

Not worth your time or money. One hotel four Star hotel great on outside maybe two stars for the rooms. One couple paid to go stay somewhere else. Food ok not great. Tour mostly in spanish. Not english.

R
, Oct 2014

Hours upon hours on a bus. Was not an english speaking tour. Mixed group of Spanish and english. Most of the tour was in spanish. Time the guide got around to english the site was long gone. Additionl shows four times overpriced. Second show was so bad it was painful to set through. 1 hotel not good

B
, Sep 2014

The itinerary was ok, the bus was clean and comfortable, as were the hotels. Our guide was knowledgable, but volunteered very little. We learned more in two hours with a local guide in Fez than we did during the entire tour with our main guide. I was expecting him to explain some of the history, geography, and culture of Morocco, but he did almost none of this. Morocco is a fascinating country with friendly people and beautiful sights. The guide should do more to show all this.

A
, Sep 2014

The one star is for the air conditioned coach and good hotels. The tour is rushed, poorly coordinated and under informative. Mr Karim added little to the experience except for our tour of Rabat which was limited to 1.5hrs at a McDonalds in a shopping centre. Do you self a favour and do a proper tour

J
, Dec 2013

The tour was good value for money but there were several major problems
1. The tour was a joint spanish/english speaking tour and this presents difficulties with the guide having to repeat commentary and generally was not as good in english as in spanish which led to some confusion
2 The tour could be improved if all stayed at the one hotel as the dropping off and picking up also split the group and also presented logistical problems
3 The most important point was that participants were advised that they would be returned to Malaga at he end of the tour by 6pm. Many people made travel arrangements based on this information and the tour did not get back until 10pm which is not satisfactory and caused significant problems

P
, Oct 2013

We visited all the places we wanted to see but it was a bit rushed. We only had 4 other English speaking people on the bu and they didn't stay in our hotels. The first 2 hotels were very good but the last one in Fes was ordinary. I would mice it 3 stars not 4. Local English speaking guides were very good.


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