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Chefchaouen Medina

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Chefchaouen Medina

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day trip to chefchaouen[the blue city]
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3 days trekking from chefechaouen
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3 days trekking from chefechaouen

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Day 1: Start of trekking, with the stage Chefchaouen - Azilane (8 hours), through the upper valley of Tissouka, passing through the local crops. Cedars, junipers, and endemic pinsapos. Views of the natural park of Bouhachem and surrounding villages. A picnic to rest and recharge your strength after 3 hours of trekking. after the stop we will go down to the village of Afeska to continue to our rural Gite in Azilane. They will be waiting for us with a local tea with medicinal plants. Accommodation at the Gite.<br><br>Day 2: The excursion will start with a path that runs at the foot of Jbel Abdoun<br><br>Splendid forest of cedars and pines. With a dash of luck you can observe monkeys that populate this area. We’ll be on our way to Akchour.<br><br>Day 3: Today will be dedicated to the visit one of the most famous waterfalls in Morocco.<br><br>Transfer back to Chefchaouen City
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CoreneBloemfontein wrote a review Apr 2020
Bloemfontein380 contributions56 helpful votes
Forget about time and enjoy this beautiful city. No two streets look the same. Haggle: shop owners tend to ask exuberant prices.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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PALTravel wrote a review Apr 2020
Portland, Oregon1,527 contributions758 helpful votes
An incredible gem in Northern Morocco. A must visit place that is a feast for the eyes. Lots of hills/steps so not wheelchair friendly. Explore in the morning before it gets hot and then have a relaxing lunch!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Russ Lacuata wrote a review Apr 2020
Long Beach, California7,920 contributions5,597 helpful votes
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May 2019 The word magical truly epitomizes the mystical blue city. It’s perched amid the Rif Mountains creating a dramatic landscape. It is small but by no means undiscovered due to social media. It is indeed a rare, stunning gem with its narrow cobbled streets - sometimes even those are blue, and passage ways with steep stairs interspersed seemingly randomly painted blue of course. It feels like being in the middle of fresh snowfall. Of course the charming arched Moroccan architecture helps make it completely one of a kind. The 50 shades of blue and full of so many variations on a theme makes it a photographer’s paradise. The hues are subject to change as the sun moves across the sky. Dawn is perhaps the best time to head out with your camera, the streets are empty, fewer tourists and Berber rugs and souvenirs hanging throughout the day outside the shops.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Ingunn Saur M wrote a review Mar 2020
Fredrikstad, Norway1,111 contributions148 helpful votes
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A beautiful area, full of charming spots. You do not need any map or advice where to go, just stroll around! If you want to take pictures without people in them, get up and about at 8 am.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Marc G wrote a review Mar 2020
Montreal, Canada35 contributions9 helpful votes
The Chefchaouen Medina is not only beautiful, it's clean and the atmosphere is relaxed and uplifting. Of course the merchants want you to come and see their treasures so you can return home with gifts but they do not pressure you like you might expect. Habitants are extremely proud of their home and welcome you graciously.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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