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3 days Casablanca Private tour to Tangier

3 days Casablanca Private tour to Tangier

3 Days Tour Casablanca Tanger, explore Tanger via Rabat Lixus; enjoy the beautiful beaches in Morocco.

3 day Casablanca tour

DAY 1: CASABLANCA – TANGIER

After breakfast, departure from Casablanca to visit Tangier. Heading north, you will enjoy the sea view and beaches. The road will be laced with ancient and interesting places to visit such as the tropical gardens of Sidi Bouknadel, an exotic bird sanctuary in Mehdya and the European city of Kenitra. Nearby Kenitra. For lunch we will stop in the charming coastal town of Moulay Bousselham, whose beach is one of the most picturesque and beautiful in Morocco. After a seafood lunch, visit the mosque and the tomb of the Moulay Bousselham tower. Then come back to your car by taking the Tangier road through the Andalusian and Arabic city of Larache. Weather permitting; we can stop at Lixus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to briefly visit the Acropolis on a hill overlooking the city. After Lixus, we will drive directly through the Phoenician city of Asilah to arrive at your final destination, Tangier. In Tangier, you will be transported to your hotel.

3 days Casablanca Private tour to Tangier

DAY 2: TANGIER

After breakfast, your official Tangier visit will begin. You will start your day with a glimpse of the city from the viewpoint of Bella Vista Hill. Then, drive to see the Grand Succo, a popular nightclub near the Sidi Bou Abib mosque and the link between Ville Nouvelle and the medina. Enter the medina of Es-Siaghinie Street, the liveliest part of this Roman medina lined with cafes and bazaars, jewelry shops and an art center presenting works illustrating the social history of Tangier. Walking Little Socco that was once the heart of the medina, hotels, casinos and cabarets that moved to New Town. Continue to visit the Great Mosque, built on the site of a Portuguese cathedral. Walking north, you will visit the Kasbah decorated with mosaics, ornamental stucco and wood carvings. After the Kasbah, you will walk on the ramparts and enjoy a short break to relax while admiring the breathtaking view of the harbor. Traditional Moroccan lunch in the city center then explores the Marshan district, once an attractive residential area west of the Kasbah. Then, stop to enjoy beautiful works of art at the Museum of Contemporary Art featuring contemporary Moroccan paintings. In the middle of the afternoon, take a break and discover the scene of the Tangier cafes, a popular meeting place for the inhabitants of Tangiers. In the evening, enjoy a traditional Moroccan meal and live entertainment in an attractive restaurant with a terrace and gardens overlooking Gibraltar at sunset. All the cafes in Tangier offer a relaxing environment.
Night in your hotel.

3 days Casablanca Private tour to Tangier

Day 3: TANGIER – CASABLANCA

After breakfast, depart for Casablanca.

Morocco Casablanca tours

Includes:

– English speaking driver

– Transportation “4×4, Minibus”

– Fuel

– Accommodation

– Night in Desert camp (bed, dinner, breakfast)

– Camel trekking

Private trips from Casablanca to Tangier

Not includes:

– Flights

– drinks

– Food

Morocco Casablanca excursions

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3 day Casablanca tour

3 days Casablanca Private tour to Tangier

Morocco Casablanca tours

Private trips from Casablanca to Tangier

Morocco Casablanca excursions

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