Fes to Chefchaouen Day Trip
Fes to Chefchaouen Day Trip – A Blue-Hued Adventure Awaits
Are you ready to embark on an unforgettable day trip from Fes to Chefchaouen, the famous “Blue City” of Morocco? At Traveling Morocco, we offer a seamless journey that allows you to explore this enchanting town in just one day.
Discover the Blue Magic
Chefchaouen, with its iconic blue-washed streets and stunning mountain scenery, is a true gem nestled in the Rif Mountains. Our day trip from Fes to Chefchaouen promises an immersive experience in this picturesque Moroccan town.
Comfort and Convenience
Our day trip from Fes to Chefchaouen is designed for your comfort and convenience. You’ll be accompanied by an experienced guide who will provide insights into the town’s history and culture.
Book Your Day Trip Today
Ready to explore Chefchaouen’s blue magic? Contact us now to book your day trip from Fes to Chefchaouen and make the most of your Moroccan adventure. Join us for a day filled with captivating sights, rich culture, and unforgettable memories.
Explore the captivating blue-washed wonder of Chefchaouen on a day trip departing from Fez. Revel in the freedom to uncover key attractions like the Kasbah Museum and the Grand Mosque. Travel comfortably in an air-conditioned van and choose between a group or private tour option. Keep in mind that the drive from Fez to Chefchaouen takes approximately 4 hours each way. Your journey commences with a convenient hotel pickup in Fez. Board your private vehicle and set course for Chefchaouen, nestled in the picturesque Rif Mountains near Tangier. Upon arrival, be enchanted by the mesmerizing blue-hued facades that have made this town famous. You'll have around 4 hours to meander through the charming labyrinthine streets of the medina. If you opt for the private tour, the day is yours to shape as you desire, with a plethora of activities at your fingertips. Explore quaint shops and cafes, and soak in the ambiance of the main square, Plaza Uta el-Hammam. For a dose of culture, consider visiting the Kasbah Museum, the Grand Mosque, or the Ethnographic Museum, home to musical instruments, antique weaponry, and historical photographs of the town's past. Don't miss the chance to pause by the serene Ras Elma River that meanders through the ancient city. Lunchtime offers the flexibility to dine in the square or on a rooftop terrace, where you can relish panoramic vistas of Chefchaouen (please note, lunch is not included and will be at your own expense).