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Explore the maze of streets of Tangier. Get breathtaking views at the Cap Spartel promontory, once known as the “Cape of the Vines.”
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Operating days: On Request
Departure time: 0800 hours
Duration: 1 day
Departure point: Tangier Port
Arrival point: Tangier Port
Special instructions: please get in touch with Across Africa Tours and Travel to confirm your departure information at least one week before your first day of travel
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Upon arrival, you will meet our guide, who will welcome you to our Tangier Highlights Tour. Your first stop will be at Parc Perdicaris. This forest is known by many names: Arrrmelat Forest, Forest Leglawi, or Forest Perdicaris (referring to the Perdicaris incident), the kidnapping of the wealthy American Perdicaris on 18 May 1904 by Mulai Ahmed Raisuli.
Opposite Cape Spartel lighthouse, 44 km to the north, Cape Trafalgar marks the northern entrance to the Strait on the Spanish coast. Enjoy the spectacular views over the Meeting point of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean
Here you will Meet camels and hop on for a small ride along Atlantic Coast.
Explore this wonderful attraction situated next to the summer palace of the King of Morocco. The cave has two entrances, one to the sea and one to land. The sea entrance is known as “The Map of Africa,” believed to be created by the Phoenicians, which is in the shape of Africa when looked at from the sea.
The Place du 9 Avril 1947, named after the momentous speech of King Mohamed V appealing for the independence
A complex of castles on top of the hill overlooking the city. The Sultan, Moulay Ismail, built his palace here, and the gardens are part of his 17th-century palace, called Dar el Makhzen.
Representation of the historical role played by Tangier in linking Africa and Europe due to strategic geographical location for exchange in the Mediterranean
The first American public property outside the United States commemorates the historic cultural and diplomatic relations between the United States and the Kingdom of Morocco.
Synagogue Constructed by Moise Nahon, chief of important family of bankers
Explore the narrow streets in Medina Petite Socco. Once one of the greatest souks in all of Morocco, home to many notable writers, businessmen, diplomats, and bankers, had their offices around the square, and cafes, hotels, and casinos were a testament to the area’s wealth. Visit Morocco’s colorful markets and unique craftsmanship at lunchtime – try one of the most diversified cuisines in the world.