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Tangier Guided Tour with Hotel Pick-up from Seville

Sevilla, Spain
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Plunge into the rich cultural tapestry of Morocco on a full-day trip to Tangier from Seville. Alongside your guide, travel to the African continent while absorbing views of the Bay of Tangier and the Strait of Gibraltar. On arrival in Tangier, plunge into the whitewashed cascade of buildings on a guided walking tour; stroll the narrow streets of the medina and learn about the history and culture of the Moroccan metropolis. Lunch and round-trip transfers from Seville hotels are included.
  • Full-day trip to the Moroccan city of Tangier from Seville
  • Sail to the continent of Africa and enjoy stunning views of coastal landmarks
  • Take a guided walking tour of Tangier's medina
  • Learn about the history and culture of the city from a guide
  • Lunch and round-trip transfers from Seville hotels are included

What's Included

  • Ferry
  • All taxes
  • Lunch
  • Local professional guide
  • Pickup and drop-off service (please provide your accommodation details in writing)
  • Extra food and drinks
  • Gratuities

Meeting And Pickup

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Start time

07:00 AM

End point

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What To Expect

After pickup from your Seville accommodation, board an air-conditioned coach destined for Tarifa, where you climb onto an awaiting ferry. As you cruise from the European continent to Africa, admire gorgeous views of the Strait of Gibraltar and the Bay of Tangier. Don't forget your passport!

On arrival in Tangier—a whitewashed city enclosed by the ancient walls of the Medina—disembark and begin a guided walking tour of Medina’s labyrinthine streets. Hear of the Moroccan city’s history and culture as you visit glittering landmarks.

Revitalize with lunch in a local restaurant before returning to the ferry to enjoy gorgeous coastal views of Spain and Morocco.

Cape Spartel

Wonderful lighthouse in a beautiful landscape next to the Athlantic Ocean.

20 minutesAdmission Ticket Free

Hercules Cave

Archaeological cave complex located in Cape Spartel, the popular tourist attraction is adjacent to the summer palace of the King of Morocco.

15 minutesAdmission Ticket Included

Additional Info

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Full name and passport number of each traveller (you must bring your passport with you on the day of the tour).
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • All visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler. Local service provider will not give information about any processes.
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • IMPORTANT FOR YOUR TRIP TO TANGIER : Covid Vaccination Certificate with 2 or 3 valid doses (less than 9 months since last vaccination). If this is not the case, you must be PCR negative. PCR valid for 48 h. You must complete an official health form.Those over 12 years of age must have their vaccination certificate.
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 30 travelers

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
  • Any changes made less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time will not be accepted.
  • Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.

Q:What is the policy on face masks and attendee health during Tangier Guided Tour with Hotel Pick-up from Seville ?

A:The policies on face masks and attendee health are:
  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas

Q:What is the policy on sanitization during Tangier Guided Tour with Hotel Pick-up from Seville ?

A:The policies on sanitization are:
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Q:What is the social distancing policy during Tangier Guided Tour with Hotel Pick-up from Seville ?

A:The policy on social distancing is:
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience

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Traveler Tips

It is fast paced so is not really for little kids and the street vendors are a nuisance but not dangerous at all.
Do not expect cleanliness as bathrooms and tableware were dirty.
Would recommend comfortable sturdy shoes, water bottle and snacks as you are only given lunch and the day was from 7am-10pm.
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Viator send a quality control team to Morocco!
Mccarrillo65, Aug 2022
I was hoping that the negative reviews I read were wrong or just exaggerated. I think they fell short!! I wanted so much to see the beautiful colors and markets that Morocco has to offer. I was hoping for a more “romantic” Moroccan tour. Instead we received the “how horrible life is in Morocco” tour. 1. We walked to a meeting point, not picked up at hotel as the add says. 2. There’s absolutely no instructions or advice when dropped off at ferry terminal. We sort of followed the crowd. Not a good feeling in a foreign country. 3. Camel ride…..why call it that? It’s not included and only 5 minutes or less for 2€. (Not a lot but felt like a petting zoo.) 4. Hercules cave! OMG it’s an absolute health hazard! It’s poorly made and super fake! 5. The tour is composed of two separate sales pitches. The textile place and the Moroccan oil store. 6. Tour guests are allowed 30 minutes to shop on their own. 7. The meal was probably $1€ worth of cuscús and chicken (about 4 oz), drinks NOT included! What? We should have received two free nights at a high end hotel for sitting through an hour Moroccan oil presentation. Absolutely and nothing but a waste of time! If I was a native of Morocco I would want the world to see a more positive view of my country. It’s insulting. How can Viator allow this activity to be attached to their name? Seriously Viator!! Send someone out to provide you feedback before you attach your name to these tours. The only thing that makes $400€ Not be a total loss is that we met some very nice and amazing people!
A whirlwind taste of Tangier
b69k4r8rfx, Jul 2022
Overall I'm glad I had the opportunity to visit Tangier, but there were several things that could have made the experience a lot better (from the operator's side). The first part of the trip was really smooth - getting picked up and the bus ride to the port in Tarifa. Our guide did an excellent job at explaining the forms and procedure for getting through Moroccan immigration on the boat etc. - without that we would have all been quite confused. * Do take the opportunity to use the toilet and have breakfast at the port in Tarifa before getting on the boat, as it will be a long wait until lunch time, and also the toilet at the port in Tangier when you arrive. Same for when you return in the evening - use the toilet and buy food for dinner if you haven't packed anything. * The boat ride itself was ok - spent most of the time standing in line for immigration going to Tangier, but no need when coming back to Spain as it's done on land when you arrive. Try to get a seat that is NOT on the sunny side of the boat in the summer season as it gets really hot! Once we arrived in Tangier then it was an absolute whirlwind being rushed from place to place without being able to really enjoy the experience much. We literally only had time to get off the bus, take pictures, and get back on the bus. Rashid was a fabulous and knowledgable guide managing all his explanations in 4-5 languages. But it would have been MUCH better an experience if we were all in same-language groups and groups of say 10-12 people rather than 30ish people from 4 languages. Especially by the time we got to the market, a crowd of 30 people really drew attention and it was hard to move around together without losing people. The market atmosphere can be a bit challenging for those who aren't used to people following you trying to sell you things along the way, but honestly compared to other cities in Africa & Asia, I've seen much worse. I think Rashid's influence in the community also helped keep more vendors away when he sensed we were really being bothered. He also kept an eye on us when we were shopping to make sure we were getting a fair price from certain vendors and not being harassed. The return trip went smoothly (see notes above) and we got back around midnight. It was a lot of travel for one day but still worth the basic introduction to Tangier and Morocco - I wouldn't have wanted to make all those arrangements by myself, it was much better having the tour operator manage all the logistics. I just wish it could have been more relaxed and enjoyable while in the city.
1 traveler found this review helpful
Fun Time in Morrocco
cisa9214, Jul 2022
We had a great time in Tangier! Our tour guide Rashid was very friendly and gave us a warm welcome to the city’s culture and history. While this was a short trip it does gives you a “compacted” Morrocco experience. The traditional Moroccan lunch that was provided was delicious! We got to visit a lot of places briefly as there was a lot on the program. Be prepared with comfortable clothes, shoes and some water/snacks if you decide to go on this one day adventure. While our tour guide in Morroco was very clear we felt that we did not receive a clear explanation as to the steps at the ferry port and our arrival in Tangier. If you are wondering about currency they accept Euros and USD at all places.
Huge Disappointment
Sarah_R, Jul 2022
Lunch was great, but the round trip was more than 8 hours. The Moroccan people were also on holiday, so no shops were open. Most people go to Morocco to do some shopping, but we were not able to experience this. There should have been more transparency as far as all shops being closed. Also, our original trip was cancelled, and we were offered this alternative trip. I was told that the only change on itinerary was that at this place there would be no camel. Again, why was this expedition offered during a time when most of the city was closed?
Solid but long long long day.
Daphnie_C, Jul 2022
Ferry got delayed by 3 hours so I got finished at 1:15 as opposed to 11 like I thought. I bought a train to ticket for the early morning after. Yikes. The first guide who takes you on the bus is helpful with instructions but he leaves after you get your tickets and fill out papers. So you go onto the ferry unguided and meet another guide on the other side. You need a stamp on the ferry boat heads up and like 3 lines. Lots of lines coming to and from Tangier, be ready. Cave was cool. The beach was gorgeous but it felt a little rushed but I was grumpy from being hungry. Bring snacks and water. It'll be an hour or two before you get food from getting off the ferry. The tour of the Medina was great. The food was amazing! Vegetarians do not miss out I actually got a soup, beet salad, then the couscous without meat individually(meat is family style). Vegetarians get three courses instead of two for those who eat meat, so we were disappointed that we were getting just salad and no heavy food till they brought the third course. Just make sure to ask and tell them! Waiting for the ferry is a crapshoot. It was 6:30 and we were queued but not able to board. It's just a lot after a long day. The tour guides are really good at keeping everyone together like every 45 minutes of so. And they make sure no one gets left behind. Even free shopping he kept everyone together and no one got lost. Morrocan tour guide actually saw us off at the ferry boat he stayed like extra 2 hours to do that. He was funny and a good guide. Yes you will got to a textile shop for 20 minutes. Then an oil place for 20 minutes, which is a good long sit with a. I was happy with everything I saw so 1 hr tops of time wasn't too much. It was annoying to do it back to back. Bring at least 20-30 euro. Drinks don't come with lunch. 4€ on drinks. Camels are 2€. Coins are best. Just have small denomination for camel ride and to tip a few people. Someone stayed the night and came back the next day, they held up our tour a bit. That sounds pretty cool if you are familiar with Tangier and want to stay another day.
1 traveler found this review helpful
Fast-paced and exciting
Brooke_O, Jun 2022
Rachid was an amazing tour guide. He showed us more of the city than I thought would be possible to see in a day. Make sure to bring lots of cash for tips and souvenirs. You go to an overlook of where the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean, then ride camels (2 euros on site), visit a cave, have an amazing lunch in the city, walk through a couple markets, visit and hear from the owners of a handmade scarf/blanket shop and also an oil and spice shop, and end with some free time to shop in a small square. It was a life-changing and eye opening experience that I recommend to anyone willing to experience this culture!
This was a great full-day...
Allison_R, Jun 2022
This was a great full-day tour. It is a super long day but so worth it if you find yourself in Seville. Rahshed was the best tour guide and made the trip so fun and enjoyable. He kept some locals from coming up and trying to bother and potentially pickpocket the group. He was full of knowledge about everything and super personable. I never felt unsafe and saw lots of cool things during the day.
Recommend this trip.
BrdOlav_H, Jun 2022
The walk and experience from the old part of Tangier. The guide in Tangier was experienced and had much knowledge.
1 traveler found this review helpful
Very bad tour!
Pamela_L, May 2022
Not what I wanted in a tour. Was forced into small van to go to coast. No stops in 2.5 hours. Local guide was useless. Forced to listen to sales pitch in 2 different locations. Caves were a joke. Had to pay more for better cave. Was followed everywhere by people selling things. It was so uncomfortable.
1 traveler found this review helpful
Productive Day in Tangier
Jill_B, Mar 2020
A ton packed into one day in Tangier. You certainly get your money’s worth. Some things were a little gimmicky but without the guide, we would never have seen as much as we did in one day so the sales pitches were worth it. I also would have appreciated some more free time to shop but again, worth it to see Tangier in one day. Would recommend comfortable sturdy shoes, water bottle and snacks as you are only given lunch and the day was from 7am-10pm. Overall a very productive, fun and educational day!
Response from Host, Mar 2020
Dear Jill_B, Thank you very much for sharing this review. We hope you enjoyed the experience visiting a very different culture. Sincerely, Pablo
Tangiers introduction
Carlos_L, Mar 2020
excellent introduction to moroccan culture, its people and city, loved it. loved shopping, camels and the food
Response from Host, Mar 2020
Dear Carlos_L, We are glad you enjoyed the experience visiting a very different culture. We hope to see you again... and thank you very much for sharing this review! Sincerely, Pablo
Seville to Tangier in a Day
Ruth_M, Mar 2020
It was fast paced, interesting and fun - Rashid knows how to keep the group happy while moving right along! We saw the the sights -had a camel ride - ate lunch -walked through the souk and learned some history! However - two sales pitches are too many for the short amount of time we had to spend in Tangier! I could tolerate one - but the second one at the argon oil place was really over the top and dampened my enthusiasm somewhat.
Response from Host, Mar 2020
Dear Ruth_M, Thank you very much for your time writing this complete review. For Naturanda, customer satisfaction is the most important. We will work and try to improve our service. We are glad you enjoyed the rest of the tour. Sincerely, Pablo
A Memorable Day in Tangier
Todd_R, Jan 2020
Yes, it’s a long day, but all transfers were smooth and the experience was memorable and well worth it. Our guide, Rashid, was knowledgeable, warm, and attentive. We traversed the city at a steady but reasonable clip, covering lots of history and local flavor. Yes, there are commercially driven visits, but Rashid was up front about all of it. Lunch was good, the views of the city were spectacular, and the opportunity to spend a day in Tangier was well worth it. We are intrepid and experienced travelers. There’s no way we could have successfully navigated the whole thing as we did with Rashid. I would have loved to have had more than a day to visit, but that’s what we had, and we crushed it. Our driver who took us back and forth to Tarifa was perfect as well, very attentive and friendly as well. A rich experience that we will savor. Good travel leaves you wanting for more-on to the next adventure.
4 travelers found this review helpful
Emily_S, Jan 2020
DO NOT BOOK THIS TOUR IT IS A SCAM!!! ALSO DANGEROUS! I would give this 0 stars, but it won’t let me. So I guess 1 star because I got to Morocco and back? But not without hassle... The day started earlier than was booked (pickup was supposed to be 0730 but was changed to 0630, and was only changed to that 2 days in advance). Isaac said would be with us the whole tour, but when we got to the port he said he “forgot his passport” and could no longer go with us. Convenient how that happened when he re-arranged what city our ferry would go to (this was overheard by others on the tour). After being picked up, we were brought to Algeciras harbor, which was NOT Tarifa harbor. Tarifa ferries bring people to Tangiers. Algeciras ferries go to Ceuta. Ceuta is obviously NOT Tangier, which is where this tour is supposed to go. Upon arriving in Ceuta, our guide (Mohammed) took our passports and gave them to Moroccan customs. Mohammed told us we could not have our passports until the end of the day when we returned. This meant all of us were stranded in Morocco for the day without any proper identification methods or visa paperwork. This is ABSOLUTELY IREESPONSIBLE of the guide and tour company (tour company in Morocco was Flandria, which was different from Naturanda, the overall tour company. Both are problems because both are responsible). We were forced to continue with no passports (we were stuck on a moving bus at this point, and they refused to return for our passports). Mohammed informed of our itinerary for the day which was: drive to his home town where we would walk through the city with no explanation of history or culture, visit his friend’s carpet shop where his friend would try to sell us carpets, and eat lunch. Then we would continue to Tangier where we would be able to walk around for 45 minutes before returning to Ceuta. This was NOT the tour any of us had booked. The tour all of us had booked was a ferry from Tarifa to Tangier, and a day in Tangier that included riding camels, entry to the Hercules Cave, and entry to the Medina of Tangier. After this “tour” that moment of us booked (and also had no information presented of Moroccan history or culture), we made it back to Ceuta, where we thankfully were able to get our passports back from whomever held onto them (we were never told).
Response from Host, Feb 2020
Dear emilyschroeder121389, First of all, thank you very much for your time writing this complete and long review. For Naturanda is really important to know the opinion of all customers because this way we can improve our services. The day after the tour we understood perfectly your disagreement, and that is why we proceeded with a refund. Sorry for any incovenience caused in the tour changes. We hope the rest of your holidays were great. Sincerely, Pablo
3 travelers found this review helpful
Awesome day trip!
Caroline_J, Dec 2019
Although a bit of time traveling from Seville, everything went smoothly and according to plan. The best part of the whole excursion were our tour guides Catherine and Rasheed. They had the best laughs and positive attitudes.
2 travelers found this review helpful
Salvatore_C, Oct 2019
This trip was 17 hours long. We met at the tourist office at 7am and we returned to my hotel at midnight without any dinner. You must be extremely physically fit to take this tour. any person who has heart problems, breathing problems, foot or walking problems should not take this tour. Viator must be totally honest and tell people what to expect. The tour guide Isaac was excellent and always looked out for the welfare of his tourists.
1 traveler found this review helpful
Decent price
HeatherLynn_B, Oct 2019
I really enjoyed our tour guide Issac because he was very nice and helpful. We did what most people would find stressful which is keeping a group of 30 people together to cross from Tarifa to Tangiers and then keep the group to have lunch. Great. The one older gentleman that called him self John Travolta was fun. He was an older gentleman in a grey robe and he was very informative and offered help in purchasing things. The second guide translator guy at the near end really stunk big young guy and I wish he never put us in a room to listen to a guy guy sell us Argon oil. I guess he thought saffron and argon oil was the same. No big deal I am happy we didn’t have him in the big inning. Otherwise breaking down the prices the deal and value was there especially considering taking the cap separately from the ferry and the meal . A real good value and fun people on trip. I loved the ride down to Tarifa and seeing the country side really beautiful.
Day in Africa
Stephen_D, Sep 2019
The trip is a value when one considers the time involved. We left Seville around 0730 and returned around 2300. The bus ride was comfortable and our hostess was very pleasant Upon arrival at the ferry, we had to go through customs (which isn't pleasant in any circumstances) and board the ferry boat which was clean but non memorable. Upon arriving in Tangier, we boarded a bus which was hosted by a local guide. He Spanish was good and his English was fair. He offered some guidance but not a lot of value. Nice guy; none the less. The bus ride to us past some nicer homes in the hills until we met a clearing for those that had to get the camel ride experience. To me, a waste of time. We continued to some caves which was interesting. The good news, all were brief. We then continued to the main part of town where we exited for lunch. We entered an establishment solely for tourists and had couscous topped with vegetables and chicken (along with some chicken skewers. We were then lead to a building which looked to be a fabricated medical / Pharma facility and given a presentation of Moroccan goods. This was a soft sell but, in my mind, was a total waist of an hour of time. We then were lead to the main market place where we had less than an hour to wonder the markets. We returned to customs and boarded the bus. The trip was worth the money if you want to see Morocco from Seville. I would rather see the company offer an option where one has the complete freedom to wander the streets and eat rather than being herded around with little to no shopping time.
1 traveler found this review helpful
Amazing experience
Constar15, Sep 2019
We had the fabulous day albeit very long. Our guide Lapinta was awesome. She was always making sure everyone was having a great time and her explanations along the way were brilliant. We were greeted by the Moroccan guide Rasheed who accompanied us along with Lapinta for the Moroccan part of the day and he was also a delight. The sights and experiences were wonderful. The only negative I might make is that the lunch included in the tour was in my opinion far from typical. It was so touristy and the waiter kept pushing for a tip as well as the musicians that were playing kept passing around a tray for payment. The food was uninteresting and bland so maybe a more traditional eating place might be better as the restaurant was filled to capacity with bus tour patrons. All in all a great value for money tour that lasted 17 hours.
Waste of time and money
KuanChouEric_L, Sep 2019
If your idea of fun and money well spent includes: a 16 hours day filled with long and chaotic lineups at a ferry terminal with people who clearly dont know what lining up means, mixed in with a piss poor excuse of an lunch followed by mediocre tour guides who rushed through sites only to drop you off at different sites designed to extract money from you then this is for you! Plus the people of tangiers are just filled with annoying opportunist hawkers and it's just downright disgusting and dirty of a city.
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