Cruise Breaks

Agadir City Break

Those tours for people who travel in cruises , but they want enjoy Agadir and region deeply and different than others even in short time..
With over 340 days of sunshine a year, it is no wonder that Agadir, situated on the southern part of the Morocco’s Atlantic coastline, has become the country’s number one tourist centre. Some complain that Agadir is too modern and has become too commercial, but in a country full of exotic flavour it is a pleasant place to put your feet up and enjoy the comforts and services of a Western-style tourist resort.

Agadir private city tour
Visit the estuary of the river Souss, a refuge for hundreds of species of birds, and the Tuesday market of Inezgane. Climb up the hill to the Kasbah overlooking the magnificent Bay of Agadir and the Atlas foothills which plunge right into the sea. 2 H 30 min

Day trip to Essaouira
Follow the Atlantic road all the way to Essaouira and its fine Portuguese ramparts where local artisans create beautiful inlaid wood objects. After refreshment stop visit this city which is a typical Portuguese harbour with fine examples of both Moorish and Portuguese art. Back to Agadir. 7 hours

Day trip to Tafraout
After a panoramic tour of Agadir, drive south to Tafrout.Spectacular drive to the hilltop Kasbah of Tafraout in the heart of the Anti Atlas Mountains. This picturesque Berber mountain village seems to cling to huge red boulders dotted with palm trees. Its location and brilliant blue skies make Tafraout a photographer’s paradise. Lunch in Tiznit. Return to Agadir. 7 Hours

Day trip to Marrakech
Easy drive to Marrakech, gateway to the High Atlas and the Sahara plains. Marrakech, the “Pearl of the South.” See the 3,500 acre palm grove, Djema el Fna Square with its snake charmers and acrobats, the Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace, Koutoubia minaret, etc.. Lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant. Excellent shopping. Lunch in Marrakesh Return to Agadir. 12 Hours

Day trip and overnight in Marrakech
Easy drive to Marrakech, gateway to the High Atlas and the Sahara plains. Marrakech, the “Pearl of the South.” See the 3,500 acre palm grove, Djema el Fna Square with its snake charmers and acrobats, the Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace, Koutoubia minaret, etc.. Lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant. Excellent shopping. After Lunch visit the modern city of Marrakech & the famous garden Majorelle .Dinner at chez ali show accommodation in 5 stars hotel .early morning departure to Casablanca port wher you will meet the cruise Again. 2 Days & 1 Night

Day trip to Immouzer
Follow the lovely coastal road before ascending into the Atlas foothills. Relax by the cascades at Immouzer. Walk trough the local Berber market .a Refreshments stop before you return to Agadir port. 5 Hours

Day trip to Coulimine
Saturday is camel market day in Goulimine when the “Blue men” come into town to shop and trade. Lunch extra. Famed for its Saturday camel market, Goulimine is still the gathering place for the exotic “Blue Men”, so named because of their blue robes and the indigo dye which rubs off on their skin. Beyond Goulimine lies the vastness of the Sahara. The area is also home to the famed Guedra dancers whose hypnotic rhythms have often been featured in international films.10 Hours

Agadir golf excursion
Depart to the Royal Golf Des Dunes 18 hols, enjoy your city break golfing in Africa, a soft drink near by the beach, free time for Shopping before you return to the port.5 Hours

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Casablanca private city tour

Those tours for people who travel in cruises , but they want enjoy Casablanca and region deeply and different than others even in short time..

Casablanca or Dar el Bayda “the white house” the city that lent its name to the famous film. Casablanca, the largest city in Morocco, is a city full of interesting sights. This wonderful sightseeing tour of Casablanca will show you the highlights of this exciting city.Visit the United Nations Square, the Hassan II mosque and the Mohammed V square. Also visit the Ain Diab and Anfa regions of the city, areas where European and Islamic cultures blend harmoniously.

Tour of Morocco’s largest City, Casablanca. The tour includes the Royal Palace, Mohamed V Square, the Hassan II Mosque (the world’s second largest), the Corniche , United Nations Square and the medina, free time for drinks at Rick’s Cafe and free time for shopping.4 Hours

Day trip to Marrakech
Leave Casablanca for a 2 1/2 hour drive, through market town of Settat and Ben Guerir for Marrakech, the “Pearl of the South.” See the 3,500 acre palm grove, Djema el Fna Square with its snake charmers and acrobats, the Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace, Koutoubia minaret, etc.. Lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant. Excellent shopping. afternoon drive back to Casablanca, free time at Rick’s Cafe before your return to port. 10 Hours

Day trip to Fez
Depart to Fez Spend the whole day sightseeting in Fez, founded 1,000 years ago by King Moulay Idriss. See the medina, the old Koranic schools and the Karaouyine Mosque (from outside only) which, in the 13th century, was the world’s largest university with more than 3,000 students. Later visit the modern part of the city, including the famous potters’ district. Drive back to Casablanca for free time at Rick’s Cafe before your return to the port.10 hours

Day trip to Rabat
Depart to Rabat, the capital of Morocco. In Rabat, see the mausoleum of the late King Mohamed V, a jewel of Hispano-Moorish architecture. Nearby are the Hassan tower and the Oudayas Kasbah, overlooking the mouth of the Bou Regreg River. Lunch in Rabat Return to Casablancna, free time for drinks at Rick’s Cafe before your return to the port.6 Hours

Day trip and overnight in Marrakech
Departure to Marrakech, the “Pearl of the South.” See the 3,500 acre palm grove, Djema el Fna Square with its snake charmers and acrobats, the Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace, Koutoubia minaret, etc.. Lunch in a typical Moroccan restaurant. In the afternoon visit the Majorelle garden dar si said Museum .dinner with Fantasia show, overnight in Marrakesh.Next day drive to Casablanca or Agadir port wher you will meet the cruise again.

Golf excursion Mohamadia
Depart for 40 km drive to the Mohamadia Royal Golf 18 hols, enjoy your city break golfing in Africa, Free time for Shopping in Casablanca. Free time for drinks at Rick’s Cafe of Casablanca before your return to the port.
6 Hours

Shopping tour in Casablanca
Morocco’s allure isn’t simply its piece of Sahara Desert, its vast coastline, or its Imperial Cities. Morocco’s appeal to travellers is often the handmade crafts available for decent prices. And, for those gifted in the art of bartering – good prices that match what a local Moroccan might pay.Depart for a panoramic city tour. Than start your Moroccan Shopping tour. Free time for drinks at Rick’s Cafe of Casablanca before you return to the port.4 Hours

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Tangier City Break

Those tours for people who travel in cruises , but they want enjoy Tangier and region deeply and different than others even in short time..

Tangier the main gateway to Africa from Europe,Tangier is equipped with a rich history and a single geography. The beauty of its site and its light made of it a source of inspiration for generations of artists among largest.
With its souks, traditional Moroccan cuisine and loads of sights to see, its the perfect destination for your Moroccan holiday. Diverse in both flavour and culture, Tangian cuisine will satisfy your culinary cravings. A worthwhile visit on your Moroccan holiday. Tangier, also known as the White City, revolves around its brilliant import and export port, and assures you to see many millionaires’ yachts where the Mediterranean and Atlantic Ocean meets.

Tangier private city tour
The Tour of the 12 b.c Roman city of Tangier will take you along the main street, littered by popular cafes – the gathering point of the locals, then on past Place de France , the elegant Jewish quarter Mershan and up into the hills of the “California” district (the Beverly Hills of Tangier). You will pass by the governor’s and the king’s palace. Continue to the most north-western point of Africa, where the Atlantic and Mediterranean converge. Stop for the opportunity to take a camel trek. Afterward, you will return to Tangier and begin your walking tour starting in the Kasbah, which sits high atop the old town. Wander through the labyrinthine streets that make up the medina-through the Berber markets, the spice markets, and amongst the many artisans. Stop to enjoy a relaxing Moroccan Typical lunch of local cuisine with a Moroccan Music. Return to the Port.

Tangier private walking tour
Start your walking tour from the port, Visit the Kasbah, The main street Mohamed 5, the grand & petit socco the Mandoubia garden the Cornish (Tangier’s sun set boulevard) stop in a local Moroccan house for menth tea with a local family optional Hana (Moroccan Tatoo for females) return to the port.

Tangier cooking school
A panoramic tour of the city will take along the main street, littered by popular cafes – the gathering point of the locals, then on past Place de France , the elegant Jewish quarter Mershan and up into the hills of the “California” district (the Beverly Hills of Tangier).transfert to a Moroccan House to start your Cooking school. Later visit the modern part of the city, including the famous potters’ district. Drive back to Tangier port.

Tangier biking tour
The biking Tour of Tangier start in the port and past thought the main street, littered by popular cafes – the gathering point of the locals, then on past Place de France , the elegant Jewish quarter Mershan and up into the hills of the “California” district (the Beverly Hills of Tangier). You will pass by the governor’s and the king’s palace. Continue to the most north-western point of Africa, where the Atlantic and Mediterranean converge wher you will meet the bus .a soft a drink will than back to the port.

Day trip to Chefchaouen
Departure to Chaouen, picturesque Berber stronghold in the Rif Mountains. The blue painted city offers a fabulous and chilling environment. Its interesting Medina makes it the perfect place to shop while in the North of Morocco. You can enjoy its narrow painted streets and shops while having a quite medieval ambiance.Chefchaouen was funded in 1471 by Moulay Ali Ben Rachid as a strategic point military base for the Riffian Berber to launch attacks on the Portuguese settled in Ceuta.

Chefchaouen litteraly mean “look at the peaks” as the city is located right above the peaks of the West part of the Rif Mountains.The town as kept isolated and almost xenophobic for many centuries until the arrival of the Spaniards that took the town with its army in 1920. During centuries the entrance on non-Muslims and non-Jewish was forbidden. After lunch continue to Tetouan visit of tetouan medina and return to Tangier port .8Hours

Excursion to Fez overnight
Depart to Fes the oldest imperial city in the Kingdom. You will be in Fez after 4 hours driving. The whole day is devoted to tour this UNESCO World Heritage City. Sightseeing of Fez includes the medieval medina with its Attarine and Bou Anania Medersas, the Nejjarine fountain, the Moulay Idriss mausoleum, and the Karaouine mosque. Afternoon visit of Fez al Jdid – new Fez. Dinner and accommodation in one of the oldest hotels in Morocco palai jamia.Option to attend Sufism music show after dinner

Next day drive to Casablanca port thought the roman city of Volubilis & Meknes the ismalian capital. Lunch in Rabat

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