Visit the vibrant city of Tangier on this cultural day trip to Morocco. Join a group and board your minicoach towards Tarifa, your point of departure to reach the African continent. Sit back and relax during the 60 minutes beautiful journey before boarding the fast ferry to Tangier. It only takes 45 minutes to get across the strait of Gibraltar, and you may spot dolphins and other cetaceans on the way. Upon arrival, our local guide who will take you on a scenic tour of the city’s major landmarks. Start with a drive on the outskirts and reach the green upper hills of Tangier. You will marvel at the Palace of Mohammed VI of Morocco as well as the King of Saudi Arabia summer residence. Continue to Cape Spartel and watch the magical point where the Atlantic and Mediterranean seas meet. After a photo spot, get ready for a once in a lifetime experience: enjoy a camel ride on the beach! Your visit will carry on with a tour of the Caves of Hercules, which according to the legend is the place Hercules stayed and slept before accomplishing his 11th labor. Board your coach and head towards the heart of the bustling town center to navigate through the French, Portuguese, American and Spanish quarters of Tangier. The mix of culture in this area that used to be an international zone is truly amazing. Your multilingual guide will then take you on a walking tour of the Old Town commencing with a visit of the colorful spices and vegetables market. Explore the maze-like Kasbah, the Medina and the Souk before entering the Sultanate Palace, a must see in Tangier. The building courtyards which are decorated with wooden ceilings, marble fountains and arabesques, are truly amazing. This day trip includes a 3 courses lunch at a Moroccan restaurant where you’ll experience some of the most exquisite dishes of local cuisine while listening to musicians playing traditional songs. Grab the opportunity to improve your belly dancing skills! After lunch, follow your guide to learn about carpet making ancient technique, Moroccan natural medicine, and spices. Alternatively, you may simply use that time to stroll down the narrow streets picking up souvenirs from the hand craft shops or sipping on a cup of fresh mint tea at a terrace. After a beautiful day, it will be time to go back to the port where you will board your ferry back to Spain and return to your accommodation.