Excursión turística marroquí de un día, de Málaga a Tánger
Su visita a Tánger empezará con un recorrido turístico por la ciudad, seguido de una visita a pie por el pequeño zoco, la medina (barrio antiguo) y la kasba (antigua fortaleza). Descubra la rica arquitectura marroquí, eche un vistazo a los mercados de especias, deténgase a ver el espectáculo del encantador de serpientes y visite una de las panaderías locales para degustar su delicioso pan (no incluido en el precio).
Podrá hacer sus compras en un bazar tradicional, donde encontrará multitud de variedades de alfombras y objetos de artesanía. Disfrutará de un almuerzo en un restaurante de la ciudad y todo un festín con comida tradicional marroquí como el cuscús, tagine y otras delicias locales. Entreténgase con un espectáculo de danza bereber.
Después del almuerzo, haga una breve parada en el cabo Espartel, desde donde podrá contemplar el punto en el que se mezclan el océano Atlántico y el mar Mediterráneo, y después podrá tomar un té de menta tradicional y conocer los rituales para la elaboración de dicho té. A continuación, haga una parada en las dunas de arena blanca que bordean el Atlántico. Tendrá la opción de montar en camello (no incluido en el precio). También puede disfrutar de tiempo libre para explorar la hermosa zona.
En el trayecto de regreso hacia el ferry, disfrute de las vistas del paisaje marroquí y relájese en un cómodo viaje en autobús que le llevará desde el puerto español a Málaga.
Nota importante: el itinerario y el calendario de esta excursión es susceptible de cambios de diciembre a abril debido a los horarios del ferry y la celebración del Ramadán.
- Viaje en ferry
- Traslado en autobús con aire acondicionado
- Propina (opcional)
- Comida y bebida, a menos que se indique lo contrario
- Traslado de ida y vuelta al hotel
- Paseo en camello
- Recibirá confirmación en el momento de efectuar la reserva, salvo que reserve en las 12 horas previas al viaje. En ese caso recibirá confirmación lo antes posible, siempre que haya disponibilidad.
- No apto para sillas de ruedas.
- Tenga en cuenta que el terreno en Tánger es irregular y accidentado y que el viaje implica una larga caminata
- La duración total del viaje puede variar en función del punto de recogida y regreso
- Antes de cruzar la frontera, deberá confirmar y obtener los visados correspondientes. La obtención de visados es responsabilidad exclusiva del viajero.
- Necesitará un pasaporte en regla y vigente el día del viaje.
- Al hacer la reserva hay que especificar el nombre (según figura en el pasaporte), el número de pasaporte, fecha de caducidad del mismo y el país de origen de todos los participantes.
- Este recorrido tiene varias zonas de recogida
So the tour bus was very comfortable, ferry to Morocvo perfect. Here is the downside. We were told to meet at a pickup site in Malaga. We did and from there make numerous stops at hotels to pick up other passengers. We weren't the Bus 3 hours each way! The tour guide (Hassam)in Morrocco brought us to places that were preselected and gave us lengthy sales pitches. There were glorious markets that we were not able to stop and view. Feel like he is paid to bring us only to certain vendors. Length of day was from 530am - 915. Total time in Morroco 5 hours spent at designated places. Would have liked yo know that we could be picked up at our hotel. Recommend with reservations.
We were actually not able to even go to Tangier as our ferry was cancelled due to choppy waters and high winds. Wasted 6 hours driving to and from Tarifa. The tour guide did make a stop on the way back at a lookout point near the Strait of Gibraltar and I was issued a full refund (though had to initiate the process myself).
We had to be at the pick up sight at 5:30am but we were not told we would spend the next hour and a half picking up other people. When we arrived in Morocco we got a tour bus with 37 other people. The guide Mohammad was very good but he translated in 3 languages. By the time he got back to English it was too late to ask a question. When we completed the bus tour we began the walking tour with lunch. Nice clean authentic restaurant. The shopping consisted of 1 rug shop and 1 pharmacy that they said would be a spice market. It would have been impossible to shop with that many people but very disappointing. Enrique was on the bus with us and served as our “Shepard”. He was very good. I wouldn’t recommend this tour unless you prefer large groups
This was the Worst group trip we ever took. 45 people, no tour guide on the 2.5 hr trip there, just a woman clerk taking passport info. The distance should have taken only one hour, the rest-1.5 hrs,,,,,, was 8 or 9 detours to pick up people at hotels up and down the coast. We spent hours standing in lines and were herded into sales promotions in the kasbah with no choice, no way to escape. Missed the boat back because of the sales hack and had to stand for another hour and a half for the next one. Awful . Save yourself and run if they say “Julia Travel”.
One of the best Tours Ive ever taken, Would recommend. It was a long day but worth it
We had delay due to technical problem with ferry, but the company do all the best to rebook the ferry tickets and finally we started our jorney. We had an amazing day in Tangier and really loved the place.
This was NOTHING like any other experience I've had in Morocco. It was horrible. There was no beauty in this city, in this experience, in this tour. I feel like I wasted a day on my overseas vacation, but more importantly, Tangier was NOTHING like other Moroccan cities I have visited. There was nothing NICE, nor beautiful. It was an awful city with extremely awful, rude people. Other cities in Morocco were beautiful with beautiful people. This city is just UGLY and I will never visit again. Ever.
1st. Call and ask them if they can pick you up near where you are staying. It is a very long day. Fantastic experience, geat guides. Read a bunch of reviews before booking. It is well worth it if you have the right email at ions.
This COULD HAVE BEEN
This was a disaster from start to finish. AVOID The short version: long bus ride 5:30am-9:30am, long lines at the ferry terminal, terribly painful boat ride, camel rides are a joke, your brief time in Tangiers 2-3hrs is a mix of extended sales pitches, being hassled by nick-knack peddlers and eating the blandest food that Julia Travel could find and no time to explore on your own. If you want more details: Not only does the bus ride leave a 5:30am, but there's poor information about pick up location and how long the drive takes. They also don't tell you that they make multiple stops to pick up other people on the way to Tarifa where the ferry to Tangier leaves from - this means you're on a bus for about 4 hours. At one point the bus stopped, the tour guide and driver got out of the bus for 20 minutes without letting us know why. The boat ride to Tangier was truly painful. After fighting our way through a series of deeply disorganized lines in the ferry terminal, we were happy to get on the boat. Unfortunately, the customs situation requires everyone to continue to stand in line on the boat to get your passport stamped. What was not made clear by the tour guide Enrique was that you needed to get in line for this immediately upon entry to boat. We got in line after 15 minutes on the boat and waited in a hot, crowded line for rest of trip to the port in Tangiers 1hr and another 20 min after it docked. It's worth noting that fights broke out in these lines. Once in Morocco we got into a bus, which led us from one scam to another in air conditioned comfort. Note that the camel rides were in a parking lot. The suckers who thought this looked like fun were lead in a circle about 50 yards in diameter. There were ocean views, but was about 60 seconds start to finish and, again, in a parking lot. The trip through the Medina was particularly terrible. Like a bad acid trip while watching late night infomercials terrible. We were walked into the Medina and led past delicious smelling food and an actual produce and spice market before being quickly rushed into a section where we were relentlessly accosted by aggressive peddlers of nick-knacks. They will follow you, they won't leave you alone. This is a such a pain I can't fully express it. The only time you get away from this is when they take you to a rug shop, where you're given a more involved hard-sell on rugs. But wait, there's more! They also take you an herbalist. He gives you the hard sell on a wide array of snake oils that will solve all your problems and make you long for the annoyance of streets. Each of these encounters take 40 minutes. Every single one of those minutes are painful. The lunch is incredibly bland. The lunch that's included was particularly sad. The main reason I wanted to go on this trip was the food. This was boring and clearly tailored for tourists who don't like spices or too much flavor. After this cascade of fiascos, you're given 20 minute of free time. This is the only time you have to yourself, to not be led around like a toddler. It's barely enough time to finish a mint tea at the nearest cafe. I could go on, but I trust you get the idea. Don't do this. You can make your own day trip to Tangiers and I can't imagine it being worse. Seriously. Don't do this.