5 Days Tour To Chefchaouen & Imperial Cities From Tangier


5 Days Tour To Chefchaouen & Imperial Cities From Tangier

About This Trip:

On this five-day tour from Tangier, you will have the opportunity to explore different parts of Morocco, including Tangier and its stunning caves, Chefchaouen with its beautiful blue streets, Meknes with its grand gates and walls, and Fes, the oldest imperial city and the cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco. Fes is known for its intricate markets and labyrinthine streets, making it a must-see destination for anyone visiting Morocco. This tour offers a diverse range of experiences and will give you a glimpse into the rich history and culture of this beautiful country.This tour takes you also to a region still relatively unknown to the Moroccan kingdom where the Andalusian influence still rhythm the life of the small villages of the Eastern Rif


  • Experience Morocco’s four imperial cities on this 5 days tour
  • Admire the beautiful historical monuments of Fez, Meknes and Rabat
  • Explore Fez, the country’s cultural capital, stopping at souks, tanneries, madrasas, and mosques.
  • Tour the ancient walled medina of Meknes and the beautiful gates
  • Explore the capital of Morocco (Rabat) and its cultural sights
  • Explore the city of tangier: the Portuguese Kasbah, cap spartel and the caves of Heracles
  • Discover the blue picturesque city of chefchaouen: the Kasbah, the outa lahmam square
  • Explore the highlights of Meknes: the Bab El Mansour, the royal
  • stables, the Moulay ismail Mausoleum and the Mederssa Bouanania
  • Explore the city of Fes and its colorful markets
  • Discover the Ruins of Roman civilization in Volubilis




  • Pick up service from your accommodation in Tangier
  • Private Transport by an A/C vehicle
  • Half-board accommodations in selected hotels or Riads (breakfasts are included)
  • Official art historian guide in Fes, Meknes, Rabat & Chefchaouen
  • You can stop everywhere to take photos
  • Drop off service at your accommodation in Tangier
  • Professional English speaking driver/guide


  • Entrance fees
  • Tips and gratuities
  • The flights tickets to and from your homeland
  • Anything not mentioned in the program
  • Lunches and drinks
  • Personal expenses

Tour Plan

Day 1: Tangier – Chefchaouen

This journey begins with a drive through the Rif Mountains and past the city of Tetouan. To fully appreciate the breathtaking views of the landscape, we will stop to rest at the base of the Rif mountains in Chefchaouen. This city is known for its medina, which features strong Spanish architectural influences due to its history as part of "Spanish Morocco." The square is filled with vibrant artisanal shops and there are many rooftop restaurants and cafes available where you can relax and enjoy the evening breeze and stunning views. You can also experience these views from the comfort of your Riad, traditional Moroccan accommodations.

Day 2: Chefchaouen – Volubilis – Meknes – Fes

After a delicious breakfast, your journey will continue towards Volubilis, passing through the villages of Ouazan and other Rif towns. In Volubilis, you will have the chance to explore the Roman ruins and learn about Moroccan history. Next, you will travel to Meknes and stop for lunch. During this time, you can explore the historical walls of the medina, visit the Bab el Mansour gate, and pay respects at the Moulay Ismail shrine. In the afternoon, you will head to Fes, where you will spend the night.

Day 3: Fes Sightseeing

Today, you will have the opportunity to explore the oldest city in Morocco, known for its winding alleys and narrow streets. Your day will begin with a visit to the Royal Palace gate, followed by the Jewish headquarter, which was built in the 16th century and is the oldest Mellah (Jewish quarter) in Morocco. You will have the chance to visit a number of sites with cultural and historical significance, including the famous Al Qaraouine University, the oldest in the region. You will also visit the Tanneries, the Attarine museum, and the Moulay Idriss mausoleum. After a delicious lunch, you will have the chance to visit various cooperatives and experience a breathtaking panoramic view of the entire Medina of Fes.

Day 4: Fes – Rabat – Casablanca

Fes is a city made up of three distinct parts: Fes el Bali, Fes-Jdid, and the "Ville Nouvelle." Fes el Bali, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the oldest of the three, featuring more than 9000 narrow streets and alleys protected by a large wall. Fes-Jdid, also known as "new Fes," is home to the Jewish quarter. The "Ville Nouvelle," the newest sector of Fes, was developed during the French occupation. Later in the day, you will travel to Rabat and then continue on to Casablanca.

Day 5: Casablanca – Assilah – Tangier

Today we continue from Casablanca to Assilah and then Tangier, where we’ll end our tour.

– The price of this Cultural tour depends on the number of travelers, please fill in the booking form or contact us to get the pricing  for your tour.

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No,you better choose the flight that suit you

Sure, a driver/tour guide will be always with until you take off back home


WI-FI is everywhere you stay in Morocco and even on board

As long as you are in Morocco you better pay by credit card or Moroccan Dirham. Otherwise, you can use Euro, dollars or any other currency


Yes, you will find your host holding a card with your name, waiting to drive you to your hotel to settle in before you start your journey.


No, because of the countries citizens do need a visa to get into Morocco territory


No, for some people do want to get into some historical spots that why we make you free to decide


No, because of the countries citizens do need a visa to get into Morocco territory


It depends! Most foreign nationals entering Morocco do not need a visa. If you are an American, Canadian, Australian/New Zealand, or European passport holder, you will not need a visa. Malaysians, Singaporeans, and some passport holders from Hong Kong do not either. If you are from another country, you may very well need a visa. Please check your local consulate for more information.


No, because of the countries citizens do need a visa to get into Morocco territory


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