Private Tangier Full day Tour

Private Tangier Full day Tour

Embark on a captivating full-day private and luxury tour of Tangier, exploring its rich history and vibrant culture with a guide. This private sightseeing tour takes you through the labyrinth of the Medina, discovering landmarks like the Sultan's Palace. Venture beyond the Medina walls for panoramic views of Tangier's coast, visiting the Hercules Caves, Cap Spartel lighthouse, and the meeting point of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Conclude the day with a camel ride on Achakar Beach, adding an adventurous touch to your exploration. Our private tour promises an unforgettable and immersive Tangier experience.
• Immerse in Tangier's history with a captivating full-day private tour.
• Explore the Medina's key highlights, guided by your knowledgeable private guide.
• Venture beyond Medina for panoramic views, visiting landmarks like Hercules Caves.
• Conclude with a camel ride on Achakar Beach, adding adventure to your unforgettable Tangier exploration.

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Parc Perdicaris, Foret de R_milat, Tangier Morocco

On a Tangier day trip from Tarifa, on a cruise ship stop in Tangier, or staying in a Hotel in Tangier, our guides will be happy to welcome you having at your disposal a comfortable, Wi-Fi-fitted, air-conditioned, private vehicle.
First, the ride will take you from Tangier’s Bay up to the city center through Boulevard Mohamed V, Avenue Pasteur, and then Place De France.
Afterward, the ride will continue until you reach the Parc Predicaris passing by the royal residence. Perdicaris Park comes in the top 10 things to see in Tangier. Above all, the park’s terrace offers the best opportunity to take in the breathtaking view over the Strait of Gibraltar and Southern Spain.
List of what to see in Tangier: Visit Parc Perdicaris.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Cap Spartel, 14km west of Tangier, Tangier 90000 Morocco

Your next stop will be Cap Spartel, the most northwestern point of mainland Africa and also the meeting point of the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
In fact, the lighthouse of Cap Spartel tops a promontory and gloriously guards the entrance of the Straits of Gibraltar since 1864. As one of the top 10 things to see in Tangier, it offers limitless opportunities for photos that are to be seized. Additionally, you can have your breakfast while enjoying the view. Of course, if your tour is in the morning and you decide to take the coastal excursion first ;)
List of what to see in Tangier: Visit the lighthouse of Cap Spartel and the Atlantic-Mediterranean meeting point.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Achakkar Beach, Tangier, Morocco

Afterward, a scenic drive along the Atlantic coastline to the south of Cap Spartel will get you to Achakar Beach, one of the top attractions in Tangier, on the sands of which you will meet the camels. Indeed, you can ride those lovely animals, which is completely safe for you and for them of course, or just enjoy their company and take some memorable photos with them, it’s your call.
List of what to do in Tangier: Camel ride on the beach of Achakkar.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Caves of Hercules, Cap Spartel, Tangier 90060 Morocco

If you’re familiar with Greek mythology, you might remember the 12 Labors of Hercules. In fact, Lixus (near Larache, south of Tangier) is rumored to be the basis for Hercules’ Eleventh Labor, the apples of Hesperides or the golden apples. In fact, it was after he retrieved the golden apples that it is thought Hercules rested where your next destination is: Hercules Caves. The myth has persisted long enough to make the sea grotto number one among things to see in Tangier.
List of what to see in Tangier: Hercules Caves.

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Medina of Tangier, Tangier Morocco

Once in the Medina of Tangier, you’ll be immediately immersed in the historical heritage and the cultural prosperity of old Tangier. During these 4 hours or so; you will literally feel as if you have time-traveled back to medieval times.
Thus, the walking tour of the Medina will let you have direct contact with the friendly locals; and by strolling down the Medina’s labyrinthine alleyways, the tour will take you through the most important landmarks of the city such as the Grand Socco, the Petit Socco, and the Kasbah. Furthermore, you will visit monuments that are considered architectural masterpieces decorated with mosaics, ornamental stucco, and wood carvings such as the Great Mosque, Dar El Mekhzen located in the Kasbah, and the American Legation.
List of what to do in Tangier: Strolling down the labyrinth of the Medina of Tangier

Stop At: Place du Grand 9 Avril 1947, Tangier 90000 Morocco

During the tour of the Medina, you’ll make a stop at this historical square which is commonly known as Grand Socco and that divides the Medina from the Ville Nouvelle area of Tangier. Notably, It is one of the places that hosted Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany when he visited Tangiers on 3 March 1905. The stopover worsened tension between the Germans and the French and, among other events, ultimately led to World War I. Also, It’s the location where King Mohamed V delivered his speech and the symbol of his arrival to the city on April 9, 1947, when Tangiers was under international domination.
List of things to do in Tangier: Grand Socco

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Petit Socco, Tangier Morocco

During the tour inside the walls of the Medina, you’ll make a stop at this historical square which is locally known as Souk Dakhel and was once home to many notable and extremely influential writers in the city like Paul Bowles, Jean Genet, Tennessee Williams, and Mohamed Choukri. In fact, the square has always been one of the top things to see in Tangier and in the Medina in particular. Today, the facades of its Hispano-Moorish buildings are freshly painted, tourists abound and it’s a wonderful square for people-watching over a mint tea.
List of things to do in Tangier: mint tea in the Petit Socco square.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Gran Mezquita de Tanger, Tangier Morocco

The Great Mosque of Tangier is a nineteenth-century construction that stands in what was once the center of the medina of Tangier. The site of the mosque was formerly the home of several significant religious buildings from various civilizations that previously occupied Tangier, dating back originally to a fifth century Roman church. After the Muslim conquest of Tangier in the eighth century, the church was converted to a mosque by the Marinid Dynasty and remained so until the late fifteenth century. The mosque was replaced by a church during the centuries in which Tangier was under Portuguese and English rule. After Moulay Ismail recaptured the city for the Alawi dynasty in 1684, the church was once again transformed into a mosque. Sultan Sulayman completely rebuilt the mosque in 1815 due to its poor physical condition, creating the building that stands in Tangier today.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Tangier American Legation Museum, __8 Rue d'Amerique, Tangier 90000 Morocco


Close to the aptly named “Bab Merican,” this elegant five-story mansion is the only American national monument located outside of the United States.
Interestingly, Morocco was the first country to recognize the fledgling United States, in 1777, and this was the first piece of American real estate abroad.
In fact, the original building was given to the United States to serve as a diplomatic presence in Morocco by Sultan Mulay Suliman in 1821 and served as such in some capacity until 1961.
Surprisingly, this is the longest period (140 years) any building abroad has been occupied as a United States diplomatic post.

List of what to see in Tangier: The American Legation Museum

Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Tangier Casbah, Place de la Kasbah, Tangier 90000 Morocco

While touring the Medina you will mostly approach the Kasbah (the fortress) through either of the two gates, Bab Haha or Bab El-Assa, and enter on Place du Mechouar (often referred to as Place de la Kasbah). Indeed, the Kasbah was a place for the local leader to live and a defense when the city was under attack. The Kasbah has high walls and it was built on a hilltop so that it could be more easily defended.
List of attractions in Tangier, Morocco: The Kasbah

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Musee de la Kasbah, El Casbah Square, Tangier Morocco


The Kasbah Museum or the Kasbah Museum of Mediterranean Cultures has been housed since 1922 by the Kasbah Palace known as "Dar-Al-Makhzen" or the Sultan's Palace. The building occupies the eastern part of the Kasbah of Tangier.
In fact, It was home to the Portuguese governors "Dorons Praefecti" between 1471 and 1661, then it was a larger "Upper Castle" which was the residence of the English governors from 1662 to 1684.

List of attractions in Tangier: the Sultan's Palace in Tangier

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: St. Andrew's Church, Rue d'Angleterre, Tanger, Morocco


Hovering at the edge of the medina, just off the bustling Grand Socco is this magnificent Anglican Church that is a real tribute to the harmony of Christianity and Islam. Tour the quiet gardens, the final resting place for many of the church's international community, before ducking into the church. Note the Lord’s Prayer written in exquisite Arabic calligraphy just about the pulpit and the numerous Andalusian-Moroccan touches throughout.

Tangier what to see list: St. Andrew's Anglican Church

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Moshe Nahon Synagogue, Rue Cheikh al Harrak, Tangier Morocco


Located on a dead-end street of Rue des Synagogues in the Beni Idir quarter of the Medina of Tangier, this synagogue was constructed in 1876 by Moïse Jacob Nahon, a prominent educator and scholar from an influential Jewish family in Tangier. The synagogue ceased activity in the second half of the 20th century and subsequently fell into disrepair until its restoration in 1994. It now functions as a museum.

Tangier tourist attractions list: Moshi Nahon synagugue

Duration: 30 minutes

Informacion Adicional
"Wheelchair accessible"
"Stroller accessible"
"Service animals allowed"
"Near public transportation"
"Infant seats available"
"Most travelers can participate"
"Children must be accompanied by an adult."
"Infant seats are available on request if advised at time of booking."
"May be operated by a multi-lingual guide."
"Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking."
"A moderate amount of walking is involved."
"This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate"
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"

Duración: 6 To 8 Hours
Lugar de comienzo: 1: Tanger Ville Railway Station, Tangier 90000, Morocco
2: Lounge Al Boraq, Gare, Q6C7+6HC, Tangier 90000, Morocco
3: Port de Tanger Ville, Blvd. Mohamed VI, Tanger 90000, Morocco
4: Tangier-Ibn Battouta Intl. Airport, Tangier, Morocco
Traveler pickup is offered
We pick up from "Port de Tanger Ville". Ferries departing from Tarifa, Spain arrive at this port. Cruises also dock at the cruise terminal of Port de Tanger Ville.
If you have any inquiries, please, reach out via:
■ latiftours·com
■ latiftours.tangier(a)gmail
■ +212-675-049-942 (Available on WhatsApp)


  • Tangier-Ibn Battouta Intl. Airport, Tangier, Morocco
  • Boukhalef Airport, Tangier Morocco


  • Tanger Ville Port
  • Tanja Marina Bay, Blvd. Mohamed VI, Tanger, Morocco

Cancelaciones y devoluciones: For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start time of the experience.


  • Private tour of Tangier (exclusive to your group)
  • Free Pick up & Drop off (within the Tangier area)
  • [For an extra] FRS round-trip ferry tickets from Tarifa could be arranged (visit latiftours·com)
  • Free camel ride
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • WiFi on board
  • Private transportation

No Incluye

  • Food and drinks (we can arrange an authentic Moroccan lunch for you - visit latiftours·com)


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