The 10 Best Multi-day Tours in Tangier, Tangier-Tetouan Region

May 21, 2022 Russell Mellin

Located on the Strait of Gibraltar where Africa meets Europe, Tangier has long held strategic importance. Ruled through the centuries by waves of conquerors including Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Arabs and Portuguese, the city is more than two and a half millennia old, making it one of North Africa's most ancient. The medina, kasbah, bazaars and souks are among the country's most vibrant, and the beaches are excellent. In the last century, Tangier became a hot spot for the international jet set.
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1. Desert Tour from Tangier to Casablanca via Erg Chebbi 7 Days 6 Nights

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The 7 Days Desert Tour from Tangier to Marrakech via Erg Chebbi allows you to experience all that Morocco has to offer including Chefchaouen, Fes,Marrakech,Casablanca and Merzouga Sahara desert where you will ride camels for an adventure to the most majestic and golden dunes,if your are visiting the north of Morocco for your first time this package is the best choice for all visitors

Inclusions: Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, Private transfer by a comfortable air conditioned Minibus, English speaking driver/guide during the tour for 7 Days, Marrakech Full Day city Tour with Official guide , Visit Ait Benhaddou Kasbah with Guide, Visit Cinema Studio in Ouarzazate, Spending five nights in at hotels in Fes, Dades Valley, Marrakech and Casablanca, Spending one night in nomad desert camp at Erg Chebbi with Private Tent, Breakfasts and dinners during your tour (Vegetarians are accommodated)., Camel trekking with sunset and sunrise, Entertainment with the locals, Private bathroom in your luxury tent only (hot shower & toilet), Free time to explore sites such as Ait Benhaddou, Cinema Sets, Taourirt Kasbah ... Etc

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Reviewed By Dream533050

5+... such a good tour. From the driver of the vs. For pickup at our hotel, to the camel herder to the camp. Everyone made us feel so welcome and appreciated. I would very much recommend this tour..... especially the upgrade. The night under the stars with the entertainment was magic, the dinner and the breakfast was very good also. Glamping at its best.

2. Tangier historical tour in Fes via chefchaouen

Upscale Tours Tangier
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Please, if the itineraries we offer do not satisfy what you are looking for, please contact us and we will provide you with the itinerary that corresponds to your needs and your budget.

Inclusions: Air-conditioned vehicle, Private transportation, Hotel Accomodation, Certified Guide

Exclusions: Meals and beverage

Reviewed By bx72

So glad we began our week by taking a walking tour of the Medina and Kasbah with Hamid. A great way to get your bearings in this fascinating city! Hamid has a wealth of knowledge about Tangier's history, it's inhabitants, buildings, culture, politics and everything else in between. The tour was well paced (lots of steps!); Hamid was friendly and considerate, picking us up from our accommodation in the Medina, looking out for our safety, answering our myriad questions with good grace. We felt truly welcomed to Tangier - thank you !

3. 2-day trip to Morocco from Seville: Tetouan, Chaouen and Tangier

Sevilla Moving - Alojamientos y experiencias, Calle Luis Montoto, 19, Local Bajo, 41003 Sevilla, Spain Sevilla Moving
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A special tour because it is outside the general tourist circuits. We are a small family business that conducts tours for small groups and the experiences and guides we work with in Maruuecos are small format, family and without many travelers. A way to know Morocco very familiar, simple and quiet.

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Reviewed By kelliwarren

First of all, the views once we were inside were amazing. I booked this guide through trip advisor months in advance for our trip and it was one of the main highlights. 12 hours the night before our hike, our guide texted me saying he needed to cancel the hike. After asking if there was anything else he could do to be able to go he got back with me saying it was back on. We were also very late to our scheduled time to enter because our guide was unaware of the different route required do to recent rain. It was very stressful once we were there because they would not let us in for our guided tour because we were late. After a lot of arguing between our guide and the workers they let us in the hike on our own without a guide. This experience ended up being exactly what we wanted anyway, without the tour guide! Over all hiking the Caminito Del Ray was everything we expected and more. I think this tour was worth it just because it was a convenient way to get from Seville and back. I would say it was definitely disorganized as the pick up location changed multiple times and the hike almost being cancelled in less than 24 hours before, but at the end everything worked out. I would recommend this if you need a ride from Seville, but I would also recommend looking into taking a train and buying tickets from their website as the hike itself is about a tenth of the price of this guide.

4. 5 Days tours from Tangier to Chefchaouen, Fez, Merzouga Desert and Marrakech

Intensely Morocco
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We design your trip with only the highest quality services and accommodations. All of our Morocco itineries come with flexibility so you can discover the exotic and captivating Morocco on your own terms. First and foremost, we want to ensure that every vacation meets the unique needs of our clients.

Inclusions: Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, WiFi on board, Private transportation, Air-conditioned vehicle, Sterilized Car, Hand sanitizer & face mask

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Reviewed By demetrisconst

We consider ourselves very lucky to have found this company for our Moroccan adventure. There was no better nor cheaper nor safer nor more enjoyable way to do it. From the first to the last day, our driver/guide Aissa took such a good care of us. We had excellent hotels chosen for us, great sightseeing and amazing guides, chosen by this company. We were driven around 3000km in a sparkling clean, brand new Mercedes Vito, just the two of us. We had freedom to chose between starting times, activities and much more. Aissa was so flexible and accommodating. He gave us exactly the amount of information we needed, allowing us to relax when we needed it. He was so appropriate, correct and civilized during these 10 days, and through him and his care, we managed to experience Morocco to the max, in the most positive way. We loved the country and the tour and the people, and Aissa takes the lion share of the credit. Well done, we will be back

5. Morocco Discovery Holidays (12Days/11Nights)

Casablanca, Morocco Morocco Tour Package
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Morocco Discovery Holidays is a program which Morocco Tour Package has prepared to fit your special interests. Discover Morocco in Private Morocco Holiday Tours and enjoy the climate which most of the tourists are seeking!

Inclusions: Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner

Exclusions: Not listed meals on itinerary and all drinks, Tip to driver, local guides, hotel and restaurant staff, Optional activities, Personal Expenses

Reviewed By AvaHolland

My husband and I spent 8 days as a trip in Morocco ,the schedule was tight but thanks to Morocco Tour package, they made good arrangements to let us have this interesting tour, specially our driver walid pick us at Casablanca aeroplane to Marrakesh to desert to fes to the blue city then back to Casablanca, he is trying very hard to let us seeing all of the interesting spots to take pictures. He is punctual and very helpful, I left my phone at the hotel in fes and he spent 1hour back and forth to pickup my phone and continue the trip to chefchaoun, it's very touching.

6. Morocco: See & Do it ALL in 12 Days, 1st Class Traveling

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You absolutely will not find another tour out there as packed with activities and attractions as this one, provided by CharlieTheTraveler. You will also not find another tour out there that offers it all "FIRST CLASS," yet for a relatively low price. We have thousands of travelers taking this specific tour every year-and that's because no competitor can beat us on quality, price & substance. Below are just some examples of what you will see, do and have on this tour: ► Camel Riding Along Red & Soft Sand Dunes ► Touring an Ancient Village Made Famous by International Films ► Having an Authentic Meal Inside a Native’s Home ► Dinner & Traditional Music Before Sleeping in a Desert Camp ► Oases & Perfectly Landscaped Gardens ► Checking Out Centuries-Old Markets ► Hiking to a Giant Waterfall ► A Visit to an Organic Oil Factory ► Immersing in the Cultures of Buzzing Marrakesh & Fez ► Exploring the Country’s Most Popular Coastal Town ► Walking the Maze-Like Streets of a Charming Blue Village

Inclusions: Dinner, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, Lodging x 1 Night, Air-Conditioned Vehicle, All Entry Fees, Private Transportation, Tour Guides

Exclusions: Alcohol, Travel Visa (only applicable to citizens of certain countries), City Tax at Hotels: The Moroccan gov. requires guests to directly pay a city tax upon checking in.

Reviewed By DonnaAlverez

CharlieTheTraveler offered a great value for the trip to Turkey. There were so many amenities included, such as all of the activities and tours and the wonderful tour guide that was provided to help us navigate it all. Overall, this was a well-organized trip.

7. 3 Days Morocco Private Tour from Tangier

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If you are already visiting Spain and you’re looking for the most exotic weekend break, extend your journey south to the Kingdom of Morocco. Yes you can! with our Morocco 3 days private tour of Morocco you will enjoy the beauty of Morocco in a very short time.

Inclusions: Breakfast, Breakfast, 2 nights accommodation, Private tour, Transport by air-conditioned minivan

Exclusions: Food and drinks, unless specified, Gratuities, Ferry tickets

Reviewed By L9620BKrogerc

They are super professional and reliable! They were punctual and super helpful! Definitely, i would ire them again if i go to Tangier.

8. 4-Day Morocco Tour: Fez, Meknes, Rabat and Tangier

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Feast your senses on the visual banquet of Morocco on a 4-day tour of the country’s most intriguing locations from Costa del Sol. Immerse yourself in the beauty and charm of the captivating country as you visit destinations like Fez, Rabat, Tangier and Meknes. Marvel at rich tableau of palaces, mosques and beautiful gardens; recline on the soft sands of beautiful beaches; cruise across the Strait of Gibraltar on a stylish ferry and luxuriate in 4-star hotel accommodation for three nights on this unforgettable tour.

Inclusions: Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Sightseeing panoramic tours of Fez, Rabat and Meknes, Orientation tour of Tangier, Local guide, Transportation by air conditioned coach, Travel insurance.

Exclusions: Gratuities, Food and drinks, unless specified, Hotel pickup and drop-off, Visa for Morocco

Reviewed By Carolyne33

In all fairness, I only booked the Malaga Shopping Trip as I wanted to see the Barbary Apes and visit the other Rock, as I'd lived on the rock in Montserrat (Caribbean) for 16 years. The bus arrived at in a timely manor and was comfortable. The German guide was very precise, in the way only Germans can be, and didn't like the fact I couldn't show him my ticket - I explained I had no wifi on my phone. (Not because I couldn't afford it, but because the phone is new and I don't know what I'm doing with 4G so couldn't get it to function. I didn't tell the guide this and think he assumed I was poor as I like to travel incognito and am not rich anyway). It took ages to pick up people all along the Costa Del Sol and we finally arrived in Gibraltar at 10.20, about 3 hrs and 20 mins after we left Malaga. We were given till 3pm to either pay (again) for the shopping tour or go on the bus's own tour of the island. Mr guide did his best to sell us the tours (I had explained I had no interest in shopping (he thought I wasn't taking it because it was too expensive - 25 euros to be guided around a few touristy shops is too expensive, but the truth is I hate shopping, hate it) , but he didn't get I preferred to do my own thing, necessary as a photographer, and not wanting to go on the tour. I found John Guy hanging around in a square and in fact paid him to take me to see the apes. John is famous for his singing of 'If I was a rich man' with ape accompanists (BBC) and was also shot on film in the Bond film, 'The Living Daylights'. I am famous for talking about goats and a hostel in Montserrat during Hurricanes Irma and Maria (BBC etc) so we had a bit in common. I had been planning to catch the cable car up the rock, but it was about to be closed due to high winds. A friendly cop (actually, Johns Uncle Arthur) informed us. Nevermind, I got to take a photo of John's Uncle in full police uniform on a motorbike....with his very own rabbit ears. We didn't go all the way up the rock as we both had limited time and it was more interesting to play with the apes, though you musn't touch them first the park ranger explained. They like to be in control. They are golden apes and have orange coats. There is a monkey in charge of the States who also looks like that, I'm told. However, John had trained a female ape to jump on his client's shoulders which gave me a bit of a fright. It was also a bit smelly, but had a soft coat and beaufitul golden fur. It sort of ambushes Johns' clients. One minute you're talking to John about the weather, the next minute you've got a parrot on your shoulder, sorry, I mean a monkey. Aaaaaargh. Pirate! Anyway, so that was what I did on my shopping trip to Gibraltar. I did buy a fridge magnet with a map of Gibraltar, Spain and North Africa on it, complete with lucky coin, and a nice solar charged revolving hummingbird on an artificial sunflower. So far, it's either not sunny enough to charge in the UK or simply it doesn't work and I was ripped off. Gibraltar is a rather odd place and the people seemed somewhat strange. I did like the man whose dog played the piano by hitting the keyboard with its head outside the church or Cathedral in Main Street. G and T's, taken with my breakfast and as a substitute for lunch, having eaten friend bread for breakfast at a rather overcrowded establishment, turned out to be 6 pint buckets. They do things a little different in Gibraltar! Drinks are cheaper that than the UK, food is more expensive (I think though I only had bread and avocado so don't take my word). We were told to be back at the bus at 2.45pm to leave at 3pm. I got there about 2.40pm and nearly everyone had already returned. So don't know if that was a comment on shopping or touring Gibraltar. I would recommend their tour as it was about the same price as mine, but I would recommend finding John Guy hanging around just past the Cathedral as he is an interesting guide and good at his job. I could probably have got a bus myself to Gibraltar for less, but this was the relatively laziest way to get there. Make sure you phone them to confirm as I would never have found the meeting place without their direction in Malaga. As for their tour guide, he seemed quire kind, but you can never judge a book by its cover! He was definitely German.

9. 12-Day Morocco and South of Spain Tour from Madrid

Madrid, Spain Julia Travel Costa Del Sol
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Discover Morocco and the south of Spain – two contrasting countries that share a rich history – on a 12-day tour from Madrid with a 3 or 4-star hotel accommodation included! While traveling with an expert guide, explore the Andalucian region in Spain’s deep south, staying in Seville, the Costa del Sol and Granada. Learn about Andalucia’s 15th-century Moroccan rulers on excursions to Cordoba and Ronda, and then cross the Strait of Gibraltar to Morocco itself. Stay in top cities like Fez, Marrakech, Rabat and Tangier, and learn all about the enchanting country from a guide.

Inclusions: Guided visits in Cordoba, Seville, Granada (Alhambra & Generalife Gardens), Toledo, Fez, Meknes, Marrakech, Casablanca, Rabat and Tangier., Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Dinner, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Breakfast, Dinner, Tour escort during the tour., Air conditioned deluxe motor-coach., Accommodation at selected class., Travel Insurance

Exclusions: Gratuities, Food and beverages, unless specified, Hotel pickup and drop-off

Reviewed By Carolyne33

In all fairness, I only booked the Malaga Shopping Trip as I wanted to see the Barbary Apes and visit the other Rock, as I'd lived on the rock in Montserrat (Caribbean) for 16 years. The bus arrived at in a timely manor and was comfortable. The German guide was very precise, in the way only Germans can be, and didn't like the fact I couldn't show him my ticket - I explained I had no wifi on my phone. (Not because I couldn't afford it, but because the phone is new and I don't know what I'm doing with 4G so couldn't get it to function. I didn't tell the guide this and think he assumed I was poor as I like to travel incognito and am not rich anyway). It took ages to pick up people all along the Costa Del Sol and we finally arrived in Gibraltar at 10.20, about 3 hrs and 20 mins after we left Malaga. We were given till 3pm to either pay (again) for the shopping tour or go on the bus's own tour of the island. Mr guide did his best to sell us the tours (I had explained I had no interest in shopping (he thought I wasn't taking it because it was too expensive - 25 euros to be guided around a few touristy shops is too expensive, but the truth is I hate shopping, hate it) , but he didn't get I preferred to do my own thing, necessary as a photographer, and not wanting to go on the tour. I found John Guy hanging around in a square and in fact paid him to take me to see the apes. John is famous for his singing of 'If I was a rich man' with ape accompanists (BBC) and was also shot on film in the Bond film, 'The Living Daylights'. I am famous for talking about goats and a hostel in Montserrat during Hurricanes Irma and Maria (BBC etc) so we had a bit in common. I had been planning to catch the cable car up the rock, but it was about to be closed due to high winds. A friendly cop (actually, Johns Uncle Arthur) informed us. Nevermind, I got to take a photo of John's Uncle in full police uniform on a motorbike....with his very own rabbit ears. We didn't go all the way up the rock as we both had limited time and it was more interesting to play with the apes, though you musn't touch them first the park ranger explained. They like to be in control. They are golden apes and have orange coats. There is a monkey in charge of the States who also looks like that, I'm told. However, John had trained a female ape to jump on his client's shoulders which gave me a bit of a fright. It was also a bit smelly, but had a soft coat and beaufitul golden fur. It sort of ambushes Johns' clients. One minute you're talking to John about the weather, the next minute you've got a parrot on your shoulder, sorry, I mean a monkey. Aaaaaargh. Pirate! Anyway, so that was what I did on my shopping trip to Gibraltar. I did buy a fridge magnet with a map of Gibraltar, Spain and North Africa on it, complete with lucky coin, and a nice solar charged revolving hummingbird on an artificial sunflower. So far, it's either not sunny enough to charge in the UK or simply it doesn't work and I was ripped off. Gibraltar is a rather odd place and the people seemed somewhat strange. I did like the man whose dog played the piano by hitting the keyboard with its head outside the church or Cathedral in Main Street. G and T's, taken with my breakfast and as a substitute for lunch, having eaten friend bread for breakfast at a rather overcrowded establishment, turned out to be 6 pint buckets. They do things a little different in Gibraltar! Drinks are cheaper that than the UK, food is more expensive (I think though I only had bread and avocado so don't take my word). We were told to be back at the bus at 2.45pm to leave at 3pm. I got there about 2.40pm and nearly everyone had already returned. So don't know if that was a comment on shopping or touring Gibraltar. I would recommend their tour as it was about the same price as mine, but I would recommend finding John Guy hanging around just past the Cathedral as he is an interesting guide and good at his job. I could probably have got a bus myself to Gibraltar for less, but this was the relatively laziest way to get there. Make sure you phone them to confirm as I would never have found the meeting place without their direction in Malaga. As for their tour guide, he seemed quire kind, but you can never judge a book by its cover! He was definitely German.

10. 3-Night Morocco Tour from Malaga: Fez, Meknes, Rabat and Tangier

Stunning Doña Lola Rental Apartment, Martha- Ⅱ, 29649 Calahonda, Málaga, Spain Julia Travel Costa Del Sol
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Uncover the mysteries of Morocco on this 3-night tour of Fez, Meknes, Rabat and Tangier from Malaga with 4-star hotel accommodation included. With a guide, exchange the beaches of Malaga for the maze-like medinas, colorful kasbahs and vibrant souks of Morocco. Explore Fez, Meknes, Rabat and Tanger; and see some of Morocco’s top sights including the UNESCO-listed medina in Fez and Mohammed V Mausoleum in Rabat. Ample free time is also included, allowing you to discover Morocco at your own pace, too.

Inclusions: Professional guide, Breakfast, Dinner, Dinner, Breakfast, Dinner, Breakfast, Air-conditioned vehicle, Bilingual tour in English and Spanish

Exclusions: Hotel pickup and drop-off, Visa for Morocco, Food and drinks, unless specified, Gratuities

Reviewed By Carolyne33

In all fairness, I only booked the Malaga Shopping Trip as I wanted to see the Barbary Apes and visit the other Rock, as I'd lived on the rock in Montserrat (Caribbean) for 16 years. The bus arrived at in a timely manor and was comfortable. The German guide was very precise, in the way only Germans can be, and didn't like the fact I couldn't show him my ticket - I explained I had no wifi on my phone. (Not because I couldn't afford it, but because the phone is new and I don't know what I'm doing with 4G so couldn't get it to function. I didn't tell the guide this and think he assumed I was poor as I like to travel incognito and am not rich anyway). It took ages to pick up people all along the Costa Del Sol and we finally arrived in Gibraltar at 10.20, about 3 hrs and 20 mins after we left Malaga. We were given till 3pm to either pay (again) for the shopping tour or go on the bus's own tour of the island. Mr guide did his best to sell us the tours (I had explained I had no interest in shopping (he thought I wasn't taking it because it was too expensive - 25 euros to be guided around a few touristy shops is too expensive, but the truth is I hate shopping, hate it) , but he didn't get I preferred to do my own thing, necessary as a photographer, and not wanting to go on the tour. I found John Guy hanging around in a square and in fact paid him to take me to see the apes. John is famous for his singing of 'If I was a rich man' with ape accompanists (BBC) and was also shot on film in the Bond film, 'The Living Daylights'. I am famous for talking about goats and a hostel in Montserrat during Hurricanes Irma and Maria (BBC etc) so we had a bit in common. I had been planning to catch the cable car up the rock, but it was about to be closed due to high winds. A friendly cop (actually, Johns Uncle Arthur) informed us. Nevermind, I got to take a photo of John's Uncle in full police uniform on a motorbike....with his very own rabbit ears. We didn't go all the way up the rock as we both had limited time and it was more interesting to play with the apes, though you musn't touch them first the park ranger explained. They like to be in control. They are golden apes and have orange coats. There is a monkey in charge of the States who also looks like that, I'm told. However, John had trained a female ape to jump on his client's shoulders which gave me a bit of a fright. It was also a bit smelly, but had a soft coat and beaufitul golden fur. It sort of ambushes Johns' clients. One minute you're talking to John about the weather, the next minute you've got a parrot on your shoulder, sorry, I mean a monkey. Aaaaaargh. Pirate! Anyway, so that was what I did on my shopping trip to Gibraltar. I did buy a fridge magnet with a map of Gibraltar, Spain and North Africa on it, complete with lucky coin, and a nice solar charged revolving hummingbird on an artificial sunflower. So far, it's either not sunny enough to charge in the UK or simply it doesn't work and I was ripped off. Gibraltar is a rather odd place and the people seemed somewhat strange. I did like the man whose dog played the piano by hitting the keyboard with its head outside the church or Cathedral in Main Street. G and T's, taken with my breakfast and as a substitute for lunch, having eaten friend bread for breakfast at a rather overcrowded establishment, turned out to be 6 pint buckets. They do things a little different in Gibraltar! Drinks are cheaper that than the UK, food is more expensive (I think though I only had bread and avocado so don't take my word). We were told to be back at the bus at 2.45pm to leave at 3pm. I got there about 2.40pm and nearly everyone had already returned. So don't know if that was a comment on shopping or touring Gibraltar. I would recommend their tour as it was about the same price as mine, but I would recommend finding John Guy hanging around just past the Cathedral as he is an interesting guide and good at his job. I could probably have got a bus myself to Gibraltar for less, but this was the relatively laziest way to get there. Make sure you phone them to confirm as I would never have found the meeting place without their direction in Malaga. As for their tour guide, he seemed quire kind, but you can never judge a book by its cover! He was definitely German.

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