Fes Chefchaouen day trip, a standout amongst the most lovely towns in the Rif Mountains. Known for its shady alleys, rivers, and its ancient medina of white houses with blue entryways. Chefchaouen has always been a well-liked destination for tourists; offers its visitors the glamor of a city that has protected conventional Moroccan arts.
Fes – Rif Mountains – Chefchaouen
On this Fes Chefchaouen day trip, head high up into the Rif Mountains to Chefchaouen, a town with a dazzling walled Medina, and initially a Berber area. Following breakfast at your riad/hotel you’ll meet your driver and start your day trip, it takes a four-hour drive to get to Chefchaouen. During the drive, you will stop to witness a wonderful view of the dam, then you can appreciate the landscape of Rif Mountains on the road.
Arrive at Chefchaouen; the town itself is easy to discover. The Kasbah, constructed by Moulay Ismail, is currently a ruin and situated next to the grand mosque. Despite the fact that the old media is little, you’ll find souks offering a variety of unique handicrafts. After that continue to Ras el Maa, a wellspring of water originating from the mountains and enjoy the panoramic view of Chefchaouen.
The main square is the core of Chefchaouen and has a kasbah constructed in the eighteenth century, a mosque, and restaurants with delicious Moroccan menus where you can have your lunch. The bustling market offers a blend of customary products and souvenirs.In addition, if you go Jewish Quarter behind the jewelry market, you’ll notice the difference between it and the Arab style. Chefchaouen is also a wonderful destination for photography.
Moreover, the Gallery ensures unique opportunities for local artists to show their work. Finally back to Fes in the afternoon.
What’s included IN Fes Chefchaouen day trip
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
- Professional English-speaking driver
- Transportation in air-conditioned vehicle
What’s not included
- Lunch and drinks
- Entrance fees to historical monuments