Explore top attractions in Tangier and Asilah during this private, full-day tour, which includes a camel ride along the coast. Visit highlights like Cap Spartel, the Hercules Cave, seaside Asilah, and the Medina of Tangier with your own personal tour guide. Travel between attractions in an air-conditioned and Wi-Fi-equipped private vehicle, with door-to-door hotel pickup and drop-off included.

  • A full-day private tour of Tangier and Asilah by A/C vehicle
  • Ride comfortably in your own chauffeured minivan with complimentary Wi-Fi access
  • Relax with door-to-door pickup and drop-off from any hotel within the city
  • Cover the region’s top attractions in a single day of sightseeing
DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Hotel, Airport In Tangier city
INCLUDED Camel ride on the beach of tangier
Professional local guide
WiFi on board
Transport by private air-conditioned minivan
Food and drink

Parc Perdicaris

This forest is known with many names: Arrrmelat Forest, Forest Leglawi or Forest Perdicaris (referring to Perdicaris incident), kidnapping of the American wealthy Perdicaris on 18 May 1904 by Mulai Ahmed Raisuli.

Cap Spartel

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 Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean.

Achakkar Beach

Meet camels and hop on for a small ride along Atlantic Coast.

Hercules Cave

Explore this wonderful attraction situated next to the summer palace of the King of Morocco. The cave has two entances, one to 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.date back 2500 B.C.


Start your drive along the magnificent Atlantic coast, past sandy beaches and fishermen villages. Upon arrival in Asilah, you will notice Roman, Portuguese and Spanish influences from the town’s architecture. The laid-back town of Asilah is well-known in Morocco for its many artists, whitewashed houses and cultural life. You will visit the Raisoul Palace and an early 20th-century building still used as a palace.

Tangier Casbah

Representation of the historical role played by Tangier in linking Africa and Europe due to strategic geographical location for exchange in the Mediterranean.

Musee de la Kasbah

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.

Tangier American Legation Museum

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 located around the square and cafes, hotels and casinos were testament to the wealth of the area. Visit colorful markets and unique craftsmanship of Morocco At lunch time – try one of the most diversified cuisines in the world.

    Asilah and Tangier Sightseeing Tour & Camel ride
    Asilah and Tangier Sightseeing Tour & Camel ride
    Asilah and Tangier Sightseeing Tour & Camel ride
    Asilah and Tangier Sightseeing Tour & Camel ride
    Asilah and Tangier Sightseeing Tour & Camel ride
    Asilah and Tangier Sightseeing Tour & Camel ride