Visit a new country and not only that, a new continent, Africa, in the easiest way thanks to the distance between Malaga and Cadiz with Morocco. Discover new smells, flavours and a culture that will not leave you indifferent, book the 1 day trip to Morocco!
From Malaga and Costa del Sol:
From Gibraltar and Algeciras:
Malaga & Costa del Sol⏩Algeciras 🕑2 hours 30 minutes
🚢Algeciras⏩Ceuta 🕑60 minutes
🚍 Ceuta ⏩ Tetuan🕑45 minutes
Tetuan 🕑5 hours
🚍 Tetuan ⏩Ceuta 🕑45 minutes
🚢Ceuta⏩Algeciras 🕑60 minutes
🚍Algeciras⏩Málaga & Costa del Sol 🕑2 hours 30 minutes
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The activity has an estimated duration of 13-19 hours, depending on your pick-up point.
Below you will find the approximate time of return by zone:
Yes, visiting Morocco during Ramadan is like travelling in any other month of the year. However, there are a few things to bear in mind:
Passport is compulsory. Please check the need for a VISA to visit Morocco, you can check it here: https://www.consulat.ma/en/list-countries-whose-citizens-are-exempted-entry-visa-morocco. The responsibility for access to Morocco lies with the person who has booked the tour. Note: At the time of booking, we will ask for your personal details in order to speed up the process on the day of the excursion.
You can arrive with your own car at the seaport of Algeciras to start the excursion to Morocco.
Choose the pick-up option: Algeciras - Puerto Marítimo de Algeciras and you will be able to join the group directly from this point.
Ideal option if you are also in the area of Tarifa and Costa de la Luz.
No, this tour does not include entrance to the interior of any monument. The guided tour in Tetouan takes place outside.
No, you can take advantage of the 1-hour ferry ride from Algeciras to Ceuta to have breakfast.
Yes, we recommend you bring a snack and a drink, usually 1L of water, with you for the activity.
Yes, this tour includes a typical Moroccan menu: Harira, Pinchitos, Cous-Cous, Mint Tea and Arabian Cakes. In case of any intolerance please get in touch with us to inform us.
No, in Tetouan it is easy to get lost in the medina, if this happens it can condition the return to Spain of the whole group, we always go together on this excursion.
No, pets are not allowed in this activity.
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It was an exciting full day trip to the Muslim world. Our excellent guide, Ales, took great care of us: crossing the border, catching the ferry, etc. He speaks very clear English. He speaks very clear English, so I can recommend this tour to non-native English speakers.
We had the best day, small group, amazing guides looked after us all day, Alex was with us from the moment we arrived at the port until we got back to the Gibraltar border, we felt very safe at all times.the guides were very knowledgeable and spoke very good Spanish and English.lunch was deliciousI wish we could book more with this company, but nothing else comes out of our area.
I would not recommend this trip. The only reason I didn't give it a 1 was that at least now I can say I have been to Morocco. Alex, the guide, did nothing to foster camaraderie in the group or interaction with the other participants. I mean, why not spend the 4 hours it takes to get to a place talking about the place or getting to know the group? There was maybe 15 minutes of discussion about the history of the Spanish in Morocco as we drove to the port, but otherwise the whole 7 hour pulse-pounding drive was VERY boring. When we finally arrived in Tetouan, the guide, Muhammad Ali, only stopped the group twice to talk about the few cinemas in the city (three, if you're wondering) and once to take photos in front of the royal palace. We then embarked on a forced march of over an hour winding through the alleys of the crowded medina with no real stops to see anything. The forced march took us to a very insistent sale of local herbal products (a total waste of an hour). After the sale we had another forced march for lunch. Lunch was very pleasant (another reason for the second star). Lunch was very pleasant (another reason for the second star). After lunch, we marched non-stop through the crowded alleys to attend another carpet manufacturer's hard sell for another hour. Again, the two sales pitches do not explain at all the development of the items they are trying to sell you, nor a demonstration of the art or creation, nor a meeting of those who make the items, but a simple "how much snake oil do you want to buy" or "which carpet do you want". Fortunately, the last forced march back to the bus was short. It was stated because the ferry was delayed we had the opportunity to go to an overlook in Ceuta (this was very nice and one of the only typical tour activities we did, and it wasn't even really part of the tour). In short, if you are afraid to go to and from Morocco on your own and are only interested in saying that you have been there, this tour might be worth it. But if you're really interested in learning and experiencing something, look elsewhere. As I write this review, I see that they advertise that you will see 10 different things. I did this tour 6 days ago and I only remember 2 of those things.
I was very happy to find this transcontinental excursion to the Moroccan city of Tetouan. With over five hours to see Moorish, Jewish and Spanish areas, lunch with folklore performance, 15 minutes in a souvenir shop and 30 minutes to see and buy Moroccan oil, etc., the time spent in coach and ferry, and the border formalities were well worth it. Our Spanish tour guide Ales, the Moroccan tour guide Abdu and his assistant Assis, and the drivers were all very good at their jobs and attentive. Our day went according to plan, and we caught the 20:30 ferry back to Algeciras.
The tour was amazing. It was worth every penny. We had the opportunity to see such a beautiful and culturally different part of the world in the comfort of people who valued our comfort, information and safety. The tour guide Abdul was so knowledgeable and warm, being able to relate to each and every one of us. He knew so much information and how to get around perfectly. The food we were given was amazing and such a delicious experience. I never felt unsafe and the photos were great. I would recommend this to anyone who is willing to risk stepping out of their comfort zone a little and experience something new. I will definitely be back.
Long waiting time at the border(s). Long time for TRANSPORT. Very long day if you are from the Malaga area. The Medina was very interesting. All guides very friendly. Because of the waiting and transport time, I don't think we will go again, but it was interesting.
Professional, fun and more educational! Good drivers, best Abdul, best Alex!
It was well organised. Walking around the Medina was a bit long before lunch.
Great day trip with a local guide. A fantastic experience.