This day trip to Fez will take you on a historical journey through the rich and varied past of Morocco. This expedition to the north will take us to one of the largest Rif Mountains, where we visit the warm city of Chefchaouen which is also named the Blue City, a city which is known by its attractiveness and away from major tourist centers.
Chefchaouen is called the blue city of Rif. It is called so because its walls are a mixture of the blue and white colors, the city which has always been a favorite destination for visitors was founded in 1741. Back in 1920, the Spanish considered Chefchaouen as a part of Spanish Morocco. Its inhabitants usually carry all types of handmade woolen habits. Also the high variety of crafts woven blankets For your pleasure, we have a whole day touring the city and a long journey through the Rif Mountains as well.
We will start our trip by visiting the Kasbah Museum in the heart of the medina The Kasbah is reinstated fortified castle which now has a beautiful garden, a small ethnographic museum with some attractive sites of the old Chefchaouen, including the place and the kasbah. The gallery provides local artists of Chefchaouen with an opportunity to display their performance.
* Our prices apply only per person. The actual price of a private tour is based on the route and the number of days, number of people, the choice of riads, hotels, and services included in the tour: hiking, cooking classes, tent, etc. . Each tour is personalized and best fits your needs and expectations. Do not hesitate to contact us for a customized quote.
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