One Day Trip From Fez To The North Of Chefchaouen
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One day trip from fez to the North of chefchaouen is spend a full day exploring the charming city of Chefchaouen, known for its blue and white streets nestled in the Rif mountains. During this private 12-hour tour, you will have the chance to visit the small town and discover its shops, cafes, and landmarks such as the 15th century mosque, the Outa el Hammam square, and the Kasbah museum.
Chefchaouen is located in the Rif region of Morocco, and is built 600 meters above sea level. The name of the city comes from the Amazigh Rifain term “the horns,” referring to the mountain peaks that surround the city. The region has a wealth of tourist attractions, including historical monuments and the stunning blue and white colored streets of Chefchaouen. Other points of interest on this tour include the 15th century mosque, the Outa el Hammam square, the museum, and the Portuguese Kasbah.
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- Cross the Talassemtan Forest and the city of Ouazzane
- Enjoy a walk in the blue and white streets
- Discover one of Morocco’s most beautiful towns
- Enjoy the beautiful landscapes of the Rif mountains
- Explore the city and visit: the square outa lahmam, the 15th century mosque, the museum and the Kasbah
- Enjoy a traditional local food
- Visit Chefchaouen on a day trip from Fez
- Visit the source of Ras El Maa (optional)
Join a day trip from Fez to Chaouen and explore the charming mountain town of Chafchaouen, located in northeastern Morocco. This authentic town boasts a beautiful setting in the Rif mountains and is known for its Andalusian blue architecture and local Rifi rugs. Take in the sights and soak up the charming atmosphere of this unique destination.
“Every corner of the Medina in Chefchaouen offers a breathtaking view of the city streets and surrounding mountains. The small, colorful streets are a joy to walk through and explore. The Uta el-Hammam is the heart of the medina and a popular gathering place for locals, where you will find many excellent cafes. While you are there, be sure to visit the city’s grand mosque and the kasbah, which boasts beautiful gardens. You will not be disappointed by the magic and beauty of Chefchaouen.
“Make sure to allocate enough time to fully experience and immerse yourself in the way of life of the people of Chefchaouen, which is quite different from the fast-paced cities of Morocco. Take some time to explore the modern city and visit the weekly market (held on Monday or Thursday) where mountain dwellers in traditional clothing come to sell their products. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the local culture and way of life.