Morocco shore excursions

Morocco shore excursions & city breaks

Explore Tangier and Casablanca  with your very own private driver guide in Morocco!  Morocco shore excursions are a great way to experience all that Morocco has to offer. With a broad range of options available to suit a variety of lifestyles you will find everything from exhilarating activities to informative tours or even more low key experiences. Prebook your Morocco shore excursions when finalizing your cruise or in the following weeks for the best selection and to ensure you are able to reserve all of the excursions that appeal to you. As local experts we will ensure that you see everything and maximize your time in the best attractions wherever you are.

There’s really no limit on what you can do or see on a shore excursion from sightseeing tours, cultural events, or more active options. The options are endless. Don’t limit yourself to enjoying Morocco from a distance.

We offer high quality private Morocco shore excursions and city breaks from Tangier port and Casablanca port for individual travelers  families or group of friends. The following excursions & city breaks represent an example of the many different places you can visit during a full or half-day visit to Morocco.

Morocco shore excursions CASABLNACA

Casablanca city tour

Casablanca private city tour

Casablanca city tour is one of the must popular Morocco shore excursions. Pick up from the port, Pass along the wide, modern, palm-lined avenues to the Habbous district to the old town where you will walk through the narrow, labyrinthine streets of the medina. Visit the United Nations Square, exterior of the Hassan II mosque (entrance optional), and the Corniche Boulevard of Ain Diab.


Excursion to Rabat

Private excursion to Rabat

Excursion to Rabat from Casablanca port  is one of the must popular Morocco shore excursions. Pick up from the port and drive to Rabat 90 Km north. Visit Morocco’s capital city. The tour of Rabat will include the King’s palace, the ancient Hassan Tower, the Royal Mausoleum Mohammed V, the Chellah gardens and the medina. On the evening transfer back to Casablanca port.


Excursion to Marrakech

Private excursion to Marrakech (full day trip)

Excursion to Marrakech from Casablanca port  is one of the must popular Morocco shore excursions. Private day excursion from Casablnaca port to Marrakech, include , Transportation , English speaking driver guide, entrance fees to the monuments, all tax. in MarrakechVisit the Dar Si Said Museum, the Saadiens Tombs and the Bahia Palace, the famous Djamaa El Fna square and the famous souks of Marrakech.

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Morocco Cruise ship excursions & city break TANGIER

Tangier city tourTangier private city tour

Tangiet city tour is one of the must popular Morocco shore excursions .Pick up from the port of Tangier. Depart to Cap Spartel and Hercules Cave. Depart for the Kasbah and visit the Museum of the Kasbah. Begin a walking tour of the medina and Kasbah. Travel the labyrinthine streets through the medina, passing though the Berber markets. Transfer back to the port


Excursion to AsilahPrivate excursion to Asilah

Excursion to Asila from Tangier’s port is one of the must popular Morocco shore excursions. Pick up from the port of Tangier and drive south along the Atlantic coast to Asilah 50 Km. Sightseeing around Tangier en route to Asilah. Walking tour of the seaside village of Asilah once a Portuguese fortification. After lunch we will have time to discover the souks of Tangier, time for shopping and transfer back to the port.

Excursion to TetouanePrivate Excursion to Tetouane

Excursion to Tetouane from Tangier’s port is one of the must popular Morocco shore excursions.Pick up from the port of Tangier and drive east to Tetouane. Tetouan located 60 kms from Tangier. Tetouan was once the Spanish capital and today is a lively Analusian and Berber town. Visit the Kasbah, the medina, the Ethnographic Museum, Berber market and souks.on the evening Transfer back to theTangier port via the Mediterranean coast .

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