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.
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The day trip to Tangier Morocco was wonderful. Having a guide allowed us to be safe, feel comfortable and allowed us to learn as we toured Tangier. The entertainment was great. Although I enjoyed the camel experience, I felt that the camels were not well treated and cared for. You can also extend the camel experience. Having a variety of entertainment was great. The food and restaurant experience was terrific. The only short coming is that we did not have enough time to listen to the presentations, window shop and then decide and have time to move through the souk and purchase what we wanted.Reviewed by: Cheryl G, January 2014
I had a great time, what would have been nice though is to know that the bus ride would be 4 hours long. It would have only taken me a half hour to meet at the ferry, I wish I hadn't wasted my time picking every single person up from their hotel. A little more free time would have been nice as well.Reviewed by: Juliana L, December 2013
I was very happy with this tour. I'd taken a similar tour in 2008, but due to slow ferries that day, the tour missed quite a few items. It made this tour feel like a brand new experience. The only thing that I would prefer is an option for a later departure from Tangier to allow more free time in the city.
All in all, a fantastic experience!Reviewed by: Tirsa S, November 2013
Our tour of Morocco was very well organized and informative. Both the Spanish and Moroccan guides were very good. We learnt a lot. It was nice to see all of the scenery.The lunch was delicious.
The street vendors were very annoying, but that is how life is there.
My husband and I enjoyed our day-long outing to Morocco. We were picked up early in the morning at a hotel just down the street from our resort. The bus ride and ferry were both comfortable. Morocco is such an interesting location and such interesting history. Our guide in Morocco, Prof. Hossain, was very knowledgeable and provided a great narration during our tour. I was a little disappointed at the aggressiveness of the vendors and our guide's lack of intersession on our behalf; even though it appeared he knew most of the people with whom we came in contact. Our lunch was very tasty and the musicians at the restaurant were also very entertaining. Later in the day, our Spanish guide, Pedro, was having an argument with the Moroccan driver in front of all the passengers. We felt this was very unprofessional. At the end of our tour we were dropped off at a bus stop-- on the other side of the freeway from the hotel at which we were picked up. We were forced to walk through an underground tunnel to get to the correct side of the freeway and then walk past the hotel to our resort. In the end we felt we were placed in an unsafe environment.Reviewed by: Rosalia R, November 2013