This 4-day Tour From Tangier to Morocco’s capital city. The next stop is Meknes, nicknamed “Morocco’s Versailles” because of its fancy palaces and grand entrance gate.

Day 3 is about Fes, a city that feels like a trip back in time. You’ll walk through a car-free zone with narrow streets and friendly donkeys. The market is a feast for the senses, overflowing with spices and sights. Don’t miss the chance to see how leather is made in the traditional tanneries. The last stop is the “Blue Pearl,” Chefchaouen. This town looks like it came out of a fairytale, with buildings painted every shade of blue imaginable. After soaking up the atmosphere and grabbing a yummy lunch, you’ll head back to Tangier with memories that will last forever!

Between 8 am and 9 am.
Arrival and departure from lodging. A camel for every individual.
Berber tent lodging. A vehicle with gasoline.
Travel insurance.

4-day Tour From Tangier: FAQ

How far is Rabat from Tangier?

The distance between Tangier and Rabat is roughly 245 kilometers. If you were driving, it would take about 2 hours and 48 minutes.

How far is Fes from Rabat?

The distance between Rabat and Fes is roughly 201 kilometers. it would take about 2 hours and 19 minutes.

How far is Tangier from Fes?

Fes to Tangier with a stop in Chefchaouen is about a 7 hour and 39 minute, roughly 324 kilometers

Is it necessary to tip the staff?

Tipping in Morocco it’s not mandatory. If someone gives you awesome service, a small tip is a nice way to show you appreciate it!

What type of cars is utilized for this tour?

The car you use for this tour depends on how many people are in your group. They usually have big Toyota Land Cruisers, vans, or comfy minibusses.

How do you pay to book this tour?

To hold your spot on the tour, you’ll need to pay a small deposit upfront. It’s easy – you can use PayPal or bank transfer. Then, on the first day of your adventure, you’ll pay the rest of the cost in cash directly to your awesome tour guide. They’ll accept euros, dollars, or Moroccan dirhams (their local money).


Day 1: Tangier to Rabat

Welcome to Morocco! This 4-day adventure starts in Tangier. Depending on how you arrive (ferry or plane), a friendly Moroccan driver will meet you and whisk you away to Rabat, the capital packed with history.

Imagine a city with ancient domes, wide boulevards, and green spaces. On the way there, you’ll pass through Larache, a unique town with a blend of Andalusian and Arabic influences, right on the Atlantic coast.


Day 2: Rabat to Fes

After breakfast on day two with breakfast, then it’s time to leave Rabat behind. We’ll travel through vast farmlands to Meknes, nicknamed “the Moroccan Versailles.” This grand city was founded in the 17th century and boasts impressive architecture.

Snap photos at the massive Bab El Mansour gate, a true showstopper. Next, we’ll delve into the heart of Meknes with a city tour that includes the Harri Souani stables (once home to impressive royal horses), the old Medina (market area), and the beautiful royal palace.

Ready for another stop? We’ll head to the sacred town of Moulay Idriss, a pilgrimage site for many Moroccans. After some independent lunchtime, for a step back in time at Volubilis, UNESCO-listed Roman ruins stand proudly.

Our final destination today is Fes, where you’ll check into your hotel and rest for another day.


Day 3: Full day to explore Fes

Today, we’ll dive into the heart of Fes, a city with a sprawling Medina (old town) that feels frozen in time. Imagine narrow, winding alleys where donkeys and mules are the main mode of transport!

Prepare to be bombarded with amazing smells as you explore the souk, a bustling marketplace overflowing with spices and perfumes. But be warned, the tanneries (leather workshops) have a strong odor – a unique experience, but not for the faint of heart! Don’t worry, the beautiful leather goods they produce make fantastic souvenirs.

After soaking up the sights and smells, you’ll have free time to wander around, grab a bite to eat, or find hidden treasures in the shops. Overnight in Fes will give you time to reflect on this extraordinary day.


Day 4: Fes to Tangier

It’s time to say goodbye to Fes, but the adventure isn’t over yet! After breakfast, we’ll travel through scenic farmland and charming villages before reaching the majestic Rif Mountains. Get your cameras ready because we’re stopping at Chefchaouen, the “Blue Pearl”.

Nestled in the mountains, this town is a photographer’s dream. Imagine steep, narrow streets lined with buildings painted in blue and indigo. Look everywhere you, there are squares, ornate fountains, and houses with beautiful details.

Enjoy a delicious lunch with a breathtaking view of the Mountains before continuing our journey back to Tangier. This unforgettable tour ends with a hotel drop-off, leaving you with memories that will last a lifetime



Rabat is the capital of Morocco. This city is like a giant history museum! One of the coolest things to see here is the Kasbah of the Udayas. Imagine a massive fort built in the 12th century, on the ocean with epic views.

Rabat also has a bustling Medina, a maze of shops and vendors enclosed by ancient walls. It’s a great place to soak up the local atmosphere and maybe snag some unique souvenirs. And history buffs won’t want to miss the Hassan Tower, a giant unfinished UNESCO World Heritage Site.



Meknes was nicknamed the “Versailles of Morocco” because of its grand architecture. This city was built in the 17th century by a king named Moulay Ismail, who wasn’t shy about showing off his wealth and power. Get ready to be impressed by the Bab Mansour gate, a massive and super ornate entrance to the city.

Meknes also boasts a large Medina, like Rabat, where you can explore shops and local life. There are even more historical sites to discover, including the Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail, the king who built this impressive city



Chefchaouen the “blue city.” Nestled in the Rif Mountains, this charming town is famous for its buildings painted in various shades of blue. Wandering through the narrow, cobbled streets feels like stepping into a fairytale world.

The exact reason for all the blue paint is a bit of a mystery, but some say it symbolizes peace and relaxation. Whatever the reason, it sure makes for some amazing photos! Chefchaouen is a great place to chill out, explore the shops selling local crafts, and soak up the unique atmosphere.

4-day tour from Tangier

Tour Reviews

April 20, 2024

Our trip to Morocco was incredible! Hassan and Ali were the absolute best. They were super nice and always willing to help. They showed us the coolest parts of the city and even hooked us up with an awesome desert tour! Riding camels and sweeping through the dunes was amazing! They shared their food with us and told us interesting stories about Morocco. We couldn’t have asked for more friendly and welcoming people. If you’re ever in Morocco, you meet Hassan and Ali!

April 20, 2024

Our first trip to Morocco with the kids! We were a little nervous since it was outside of Europe, but let me tell you, it was amazing! I highly recommend our tour guide, Hassan from Trips Around Morocco. He was super helpful and planned everything perfectly. It was great he’s such a nice guy and you can trust him.

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