Hi! I would like to travel from Fes to Chefchaouen (or perhaps Chefchaouen to Fes) in April or May. What's the safest way to travel between the two cities? Every time I get on a long-distance bus in a mountainous country, I swear I will never do it again. What route do the buses take, what time of day do they run, and what are the road conditions like? Should I be concerned about road safety? Thanks in advance.
Has anyone had any luck booking tickets with ONCF online?
I've tried multiple browsers, credit cards with no success.
Each time, I'm told to contact customer service, which I have in both English and French with no avail.
I'm heading over to travel through some of the Mediterranean for 3 & a half weeks next May & will be heading across to Morocco via ferry from Spain! I am mainly wanting to check out Chefchaouen & Marrakech, would anyone recommend a way to get between cities without taking an entire day to get there!
I am 21 & will be traveling alone, does anyone recommend this or should I book a small group tour? I've heard from solo female travelers that it's fine to be there alone as long as…
Hi All..I'll be in Sidi Ifni,,Mirleft,,Legzira for Xmas and New Year..If Anyone has any Good Recommendations for Cheapish Accommodation in These Areas and Tips for Other Areas and Places to Visit..
Does anyone want to go to Morocco December 12-20?? I'm a 23-year old physics Ph.D. student who can speak French! I have booked my tickets to Morocco already, but I'm looking for someone to backpack with. I am easy-going and love to travel.
My Brother and I are currently on a backpacking trip in Europe. Our plans slightly changed and we were thinking of visting Morocco for a short stay after Spain. We would be staying a week max and would be going to Marrakesh and Essaouira just for a few days each. We did not get a typhoid vaccine as this was originally not part of our itinerary. Just wondering everyone's thoughts on if it's worth venturing there without it for such a short stay. Plan on staying in hostels. We both have our Hep A…
So me & my partner have booked a one way ticket from London to Rabat which leaves on the 14th November. We plan to stay approximately 4weeks in Morocco to which our next destination is Dakar, Senegal. I am reluctant to fly and would rather challenge it on land however I would like to get an idea on peoples approaches to this endeavour. I have seen that most travellers take the Taxi through Mauritania and face the boarders but what are the other choices of transport/routes? Also, How…
I'm Heading to Morroco for Xmas/New Year for 3-4 Wks Maybe Marrakech,,Essaouira,,Sidi Ifni,,Mirleft and Legzira Will it be T Shirt and Shorts Hot in the Last 3 and Can I get a Beer..Any Recommendations for Places to Stay/Eat..
CAN SOMEONE TELL ME, ARE THERE OVERNIGHT BUSES TO MY DESTINATIONS???
In the interest of saving time on travel, I would like to move between destinations on overnight buses. I have been blessed with the ability to fall asleep sitting up, and I have a great travel pillow & lightweight blankie.
I'm having a lot of trouble finding on-line bus schedules. I found the CTM and SupraTours, but their websites don't show some of the southern/inland towns....at least not direct connections between…
I recently had a dental emergency involving a broken tooth whilst in Fes.
If you find yourself in the same situation I would highly recommend Dr Kohen Nadia Bd. Mohamed V 46 Residance Sara
055-94-09-00 The place was very clean and she was very professional and understanding. She speaks a bit of english too.
Hopefully no one else will ever need this info but if you do this is a good place to start rather than the guys in the souks with the pliers!