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A good choice for exploring Morocco within 1 day

Carlos is a nice tour guide though we could hardly understand his English. We had a wonderful morning in Tangier, spending some time to the scenic spots including the Cap Spartel and the Hercules Cave, then an early lunch at a traditional Moroccan style restaurant. Quite nice food but hope we could try more dishes and larger portion. The local tour guide then brought us to take a walk at the Medina, a local market at the city centre. Good experiences walking through these narrow streets but honestly not feeling comfortable that the guides lead us to two local shops selling handmade textiles and spices, and we actually knew that the local guide gains commission from these shops. Apart from these hard sell parts exactly the same as the style in tours in China, Tangier was a nice city. The tour was a good choice for those who’d like to explore Morocco within a day, though we had to wake up very early in the morning and spend hours in travelling between two countries.

From Seville: Day Trip to Tangier, Morocco Reviewed by Anonymous, 20/05/2019

Informative, friendly, engaging, inclusive and fun.

We had a lovely time. Keiko and Dom were very passionate about what they were doing and they made it a very immersive experience. It was good value for money with lots of delicious food and plenty to drink. I feel confident that I will be able to make the meals when I get home. It was helpful to be sent the recipes afterwards as then we could enjoy the day without needing to write anything down. They catered well for different food needs including children and vegetarians.

Glad we did the Tangier trip, but it was too long a day

Guide (Greg) and local guide (Rashid) were great. Left at 0530 and did not get back until 2345. No provisions were made for a dinner break, so we went to bed without anything due to restaurants being closed in Sevilla by the time we got back. Thought the stop at the herbalist was just a sales pitch. Not good. The group was 28 total people...too many.

From Seville: Day Trip to Tangier, Morocco Reviewed by Maxwell, 05/06/2019

Fabulous flamenco in an intimate setting.

For this experience, you get a flamenco guitarist, singer and a flamenco couple dancers. The lady flamenco dancer was simply mesmerising to watch. Fast paced and very skilled dancer. I wish the stage was a little larger but the advantage of a small stage is that you get to watch the dancers up close. Good value for money!

Seville: Triana Tablao Flamenco Show with Drink Reviewed by Sandie, 10/06/2019

The Guide Carato made this tour very interesting by including trivia i

Excellent tour guide and the Flamenco show was intimate ( very close to the stage an audience of approximately 50people. My only criticism is that it is advertised suitable for Disabled. I walk with a stick and not too far. This tour has long walks between tapas bars.

Andalusia: Tapas Experience Reviewed by Carol, 11/09/2019