Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Tangier, Morocco Day Trip from Costa del Sol submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
It was a great trip. Well organized great tour guides. Easy to contact while in the country, they picked us up right from our hotel and dropped us back there. You absolutely need a guide in old morocco and we had one at the front and one at the back of our group so I never felt like I would get lostReviewed by: Donna-Lee H, April 2013
It was very enjoyable and added new experience. It was a chance to see and probably feel the history of Tangier. I think to explore the historical significance of the city needs more than one day tour.Reviewed by: K I A, April 2013
The bus picked up at 6:30am and we had about a 2 hour drive to the port in Tarifa. Everything worked very smoothly, even though we had English, Spanish, and French speakers on our tour. I very much enjoyed our English-speaking Moroccan guide, a professor at the local university. He was extremely knowledgable and happy to answer our questions. On the other hand, the Spanish guide from Julia Travel did not seem to enjoy his work. He was not friendly and often very cold. I was happy to spend the majority of the day with the Moroccan guide instead of the Julia Travel guide. I recommend this tour - I liked it better than the previous Tangiers I had done. I don't know if it was the rain, but we were given minimal time with the camels.Reviewed by: Linda G, April 2013
Overall this trip was good, however there were far too many pick ups from all over the Costa Del Sol, making this a very long day. The group size was also quite large. They take you to stores where the operators are obviously getting a kickback- boring and took up too much of the day.Reviewed by: Claire Louise W, April 2013
While the transport and tour was well-organised, I was disappointed that we did not experience everything quoted in the trip description, particularly, "Continue with a short stop at Cape Spartel, where you can see the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean mix together. Then, sample traditional mint tea and learn about the mint tea rituals at a local shop. Next, visit the Cave of Hercules and stop by the white sand dunes that border the Atlantic." We did not experience any of these. While in the Kasbah, I truly was tempted to scream "leave us alone" at the pestering street vendors. Would I repeat? No but Tangier was to be experienced once.Reviewed by: Anne G, April 2013