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Full-Day Trip to Chefchaouen from Tangier
"Set high up in the Rif mountains Chefchaouen is a magnificent blue and white walled Medina that was previously a Berber post. Established in 1471 by Moulay Ali Ben Moussa Ben Rached El Alamiand is now practically a ruin and next to it is the great Mosque. Chefchaouen was a Moorish fortr the city expanded and welcomed Jews and Christian converts alike. The Main square is considered the heart of Chefchaouen with the kasbah constructed back in the 18th century central mosque and cafes with original Moroccan style menus. The market is full of a mix of traditional Moroccan and tourists souvenirs. The Medina is small and the town is easy to explore so you can take a walk on to the main square and the souks that s"""The city of Chefchaouen is a not-to-be-missed element of any tour of northern Morocco. Explore the ‘blue pearl’ of the Rif Mountains on a full-day tour from Tanger to Chefchaouen and discover the exotic lanes of this astonishing city. Take a walk through the compact medina
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Full Day Trip From Tangier to Chefchaouen
"High up in the Rif mountains Chefchaouen is a beautiful blue door and white walled Medina that was originally a Berber post.The Main square is the heart of Chefchaouen with the kasbah built back in the 18th century central mosque and cafes with authentic Moroccan style menus.The market is a mix of traditional Moroccan and tourists souvenirs very busy but worth a visit for the bargains.The town is easy to explore. The kasbah was built by Moulay Ismail and is now practically a ruin and next to it is the great Mosque.Although the Medina is small walk on to the main square and the souks that sell an array of goods.If you head on the Jewish quarter behind the jewellery souk you will feel the difference between it and the main Arabic feel of the town."""
From EUR82.00
 
Full Day Trip From Tangier to Chefchaouen
"High up in the Rif mountains Chefchaouen is a beautiful blue door and white walled Medina that was originally a Berber post.The Main square is the heart of Chefchaouen with the kasbah built back in the 18th century central mosque and cafes with authentic Moroccan style menus.The market is a mix of traditional Moroccan and tourists souvenirs very busy but worth a visit for the bargains.The town is easy to explore. The kasbah was built by Moulay Ismail and is now practically a ruin and next to it is the great Mosque.Although the Medina is small walk on to the main square and the souks that sell an array of goods.If you head on the Jewish quarter behind the jewellery souk you will feel the difference between it and the main Arabic feel of the town."""
From EUR82.00

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Riding the camels

4 They smell poorly, not sure why anyone would ever fall in love with them. THey have buck teeth, they are built funny, but we had fun. We decided that we had to ride a camel just to experience it, and I can tell you it is a weird sensation when the thing tries to get up, you feel like you are going to fall off and once it is up, it is ........high!%f%x*

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mvtouring
Mar 26, 2008

YAHOO!!! RIDE THOSE CAMELS

After our walk through the Kasbah, and the carpet and spice demonstrations, we got back on the bus and driven to a spot out of the city to where the camels were. For a fee ( one Euro ) you could get on the camel, ride around for a few minutes and have your picture taken. This was a fun part of the tour and of course Hans got on one. When the Camel stands up, it first uses its forelegs and you lurch backwards and then it uses its hind legs and then you lurch forward. Too funny!!
YAHOO!!! RIDE THOSE CAMELS

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LoriPori
Apr 17, 2006

Ride a Camel

After driving through a maze of mono-cultural neighbourhoods (The British Quarter, the American Quarter, the French Quarter, etc...) our tour bus made its first stop at the top of a hill, where visitors had the choice of riding a camel, taking a photo, or feeling sorry for the poor animals and listening to them make horrible sad noises. I chose the latter. The cost of a camel ride was €1 and the duration was about thirty seconds in a circle around a parking lot.

Jetgirly
Sep 10, 2005

Camels: a tourist trap or a must see?

I was hesitating about listing this tip as a must see activity or a tourist trap. It can be both but I feel that stopping to ride a camel is part of the game and you may enjoy this stop in your tour. Typical stuff for tourists as the gladiators in Rome or Mickey in Disney. For only one euro is not that bad and pictures look really nice.

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Frisbeeace
Jul 17, 2004
 
 
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