3-Night Morocco Tour From Malaga: Fez, Meknes, Rabat And Tangier

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Duration: 4 Days
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    06:30 AM
  • Departure Details :
    1: BLUESEA Gran Cervantes, C. de las Mercedes, s/n, 29620 Torremolinos, Málaga, Spain
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  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

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 Moroccos 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.

Highlights

  • Multi-Day Trip
  • Comprehensive tour by bus/coach

Know More about this tour

Your 3-night excursion from Malaga to Morocco highlights the countrys rich history and culture. From palace, mosques and medinas to beaches, garden and mountains, this experiences allows you to discover the best of Morocco's must-visit cities. Enjoy two nights in 4-star hotel accommodation in Fez plus an overnight stay in Tangier; breakfasts are included, as are a few other select meals.

Itinerary:

Day 1: Malaga to Fez (D)
After boarding your coach in central Malaga, travel to a port on the southernmost coast of Spain, and then cross the Strait of Gibraltar by ferry to Morocco. Swap to a coach and travel onward to Fez, a city often cited as the spiritual and cultural center of Morocco, and your base for the next two nights. Check in to your hotel in time for dinner, and relax overnight.
Overnight: Menzeh Zalah or Volubilis
Day 2: Fez (B, D)
Enjoy breakfast before heading out for your tour of Fez, the most ancient of the Imperial cities of Morocco. From the comfort of your coach, admire sights such as Fez Royal Palace, the Christian and Jewish quarters, and the enchanting UNESCO-listed medina. Listen to the entertaining commentary from your onboard guide to help bring to life the incredible Fez sights as you explore.
Spend the afternoon at your leisure. Perhaps explore the bustling streets and steps that make up the labyrinthine medina, or wander amid colorfully chaotic market stalls in the souks.
Dinner and accommodation at hotel. Optional dinner with show.
Overnight: Menzeh Zalah or Volubilis
Day 3: Fez - Meknes - Rabat - Tangier (B, D)
Savor breakfast in your hotel, and then relax on your short coach ride to Meknes, a gem of a city, not far from Fez. See its highlights on a whistle-stop coach tour of the central districts and take in its impressive Imperial fortifications including the great Mansour Gate as well as several palaces, mosques, gardens and lakes.
Next, travel to Rabat, the country’s capital, where you’ll enjoy an afternoon coach tour. Discover its coastal sights as well as the beguiling Islamic and European architecture. Look out for famous monuments such as the Mohammed V Mausoleum and the Hassan Tower.
Then, travel to Tangier, a cosmopolitan coastal city that basks on the peripheries of the Med and Atlantic. Gaze out of your coach window to admire the palm-fringed beaches, mosques and shopping souks — all framed by the wind-whipped Rif mountain range. After getting your bearings, finish with a drop-off at your hotel and relax over your tour’s final dinner.
Overnight: 4-star Hotel Hilton or Hotel Kenzi Solazur or similar
Day 4: Tangier - Malaga (B)
Wake up to a relaxing breakfast in your hotel, and enjoy a morning of free time in Tangier to shop and soak up the sunny sights. Perhaps visit landmarks recommended by your guide, such as the fishing port with its idyllic whitewashed houses. After your free time, meet your guide at the prearranged time, check out of your hotel, and then travel back across the Strait of Gibraltar to Spain and Malaga.
Your 3-night tour then finishes at the original departure point in the early evening.
Please note: Hotels are subject to change; if this happens, you’ll stay in hotels similar to the ones listed

Inclusions

3x Breakfast

3x Dinner

Accommodation included: 3 nights

Professional guide

Air-conditioned vehicle

Bilingual tour in English and Spanish

Guided city tour with local guides in Rabat, Meknes and Fez

Exclusions

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Visa for Morocco

Food and drinks, unless specified

Gratuities

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 7 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability

A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

Infants aged 3 years and under are free of charge, providing they do not occupy a seat on the bus. Any expenses incurred at the hotel (cot, additional meals, etc.) should be paid directly to the hotel

You must confirm and obtain any visa requirements prior to border crossing; all visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler

A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants

There is no bathroom on the coach

Each traveler is allowed a maximum of 1 suitcase

Passengers must pass customs control with their luggage

May be operated by a multi-lingual guide

Please note that hotel ratings vary between countries

Not wheelchair accessible

Near public transportation

Infants must sit on laps

Infant seats available

Most travelers can participate

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 40 travelers

Face masks required for travelers in public areas

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas

Gear/equipment sanitized between use

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Regular temperature checks for staff

Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms

Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons

Traveler Reviews

  • 20-Mar-2016

    The 3 night Morocco tour was great. Our tour group was small just 3 people and it was very informative. Our guide told us about the history of where we were and pointed out all points of interest. The drive is long but if you look at a map you will realize why. And the countryside is beautiful along the way.
    The hotels we were in worked fine and the breakfasts and dinners were very good. Lots of choice. However drinks are not included and you will have to pay for water etc.

    The last day you do not have any time in Tanger. Catching the ferry is early.

    I would recommend this tour if you want a quick oversee of the two cities Fes and Tanger. You just drive thru the other cities but it is a very nice drive to Fes and we had lots of washroom breaks and lunch time.

  • 20-Mar-2016

    The 3 night Morocco tour was great. Our tour group was small just 3 people and it was very informative. Our guide told us about the history of where we were and pointed out all points of interest. The drive is long but if you look at a map you will realize why. And the countryside is beautiful along the way.
    The hotels we were in worked fine and the breakfasts and dinners were very good. Lots of choice. However drinks are not included and you will have to pay for water etc.

    The last day you do not have any time in Tanger. Catching the ferry is early.

    I would recommend this tour if you want a quick oversee of the two cities Fes and Tanger. You just drive thru the other cities but it is a very nice drive to Fes and we had lots of washroom breaks and lunch time.

  • 30-Dec-2015

    The worst trip ever! I do not recommend anybody taking this trip. The brochure was deceitful, and you don't get what they offer. Day one, you spend the whole day traveling to Fez through back roads, instead of using the highway. You get to the hotel at night without having enjoyed a thing. The hotel in Fez is very old, rooms are ugly and not very clean. The food at the hotel is awful. The tour guide is a nice man, with little knowledge, so he just repeats himself throughout the journey. The visit to Fez was nothing like we expected. We spend the whole morning walking through the market and then a free wasted afternoon. We should have traveled that same afternoon to the next stop, because on day 3 they showed us 3 cities in a rush and is on a Friday, the holy day for the muslims, and some things are closed. We saw Meknes and Rabat in half a morning, and then we traveled to Tanger to spend the late afternoon. The hotel in Tanger was even worse than the previous one, and the food was also extremely bad. The brochure says that you spend the morning of day 4 in Tanger, when in reality the ferry lives at 8:00 am to go back to Malaga.

  • 30-Dec-2015

    I did not enjoy this trip at all. The hotels were old and dirty, the food was awful. The tour guide did not had a lot of information to share. The places they chose to show us where poor. The itinerary was poorly planned. A whole day in a bus without visiting a thing. Another day in Fez with just half day of visits. Instead of using the free afternoon for traveling to the next city, on day three they crammed 3 cities on a Friday, the holy day for the muslims. Day 4, supposedly to visit Tanger, ended at 7 am when we had to go to the port to take the ferry. Viator should be aware not to recommend this trip

  • 30-Dec-2015

    The worst trip ever! I do not recommend anybody taking this trip. The brochure was deceitful, and you don't get what they offer. Day one, you spend the whole day traveling to Fez through back roads, instead of using the highway. You get to the hotel at night without having enjoyed a thing. The hotel in Fez is very old, rooms are ugly and not very clean. The food at the hotel is awful. The tour guide is a nice man, with little knowledge, so he just repeats himself throughout the journey. The visit to Fez was nothing like we expected. We spend the whole morning walking through the market and then a free wasted afternoon. We should have traveled that same afternoon to the next stop, because on day 3 they showed us 3 cities in a rush and is on a Friday, the holy day for the muslims, and some things are closed. We saw Meknes and Rabat in half a morning, and then we traveled to Tanger to spend the late afternoon. The hotel in Tanger was even worse than the previous one, and the food was also extremely bad. The brochure says that you spend the morning of day 4 in Tanger, when in reality the ferry lives at 8:00 am to go back to Malaga.

  • 30-Dec-2015

    I did not enjoy this trip at all. The hotels were old and dirty, the food was awful. The tour guide did not had a lot of information to share. The places they chose to show us where poor. The itinerary was poorly planned. A whole day in a bus without visiting a thing. Another day in Fez with just half day of visits. Instead of using the free afternoon for traveling to the next city, on day three they crammed 3 cities on a Friday, the holy day for the muslims. Day 4, supposedly to visit Tanger, ended at 7 am when we had to go to the port to take the ferry. Viator should be aware not to recommend this trip

  • 07-Jan-2015

    the tour company you used, were amazing. We had the best tour guides who brought us through the old medina in fez built 800 AD and felt like family. They tell you when to watch your wallets, they explain art forms and take you to the best shops with the friendliest people.

  • 07-Jan-2015

    the tour company you used, were amazing. We had the best tour guides who brought us through the old medina in fez built 800 AD and felt like family. They tell you when to watch your wallets, they explain art forms and take you to the best shops with the friendliest people.