Andalusia & Morocco (32 destinations)
- Our saving
- US $ 1,174
- Rather Poor
- WILLIAMWritten on June 25, 20183.0 - AverageTrapsatur operated this Andulusia and Morocco tour very poorly and unprofessionally. Unless you speak Spanish, I would not recommend this tour opeator. Two major complaints: (1) Instead of having one tour guide to take us throughout the trip, the tour operator Trapsatur assigned a different guide for each segment. No chance to develop rapport with the 5 guides. I felt like being herded onto the tour bus, got to the next desination, then got "handed over" to the next guide. We were never welcomed to the bus. The guides gave us minimal narration, then settled in his seat until he handed over the group to the next guide in the next destination. The guiding was so mechanical. There was no warmth in inrteracting with the group. As a resuslt, they generally did not received any tips at the end of the segment, and they did not seem to care. We felt like the tour is structured for the "assembly line" efficiency of the Trapsatur, not for the joy of the passengers. (2) Most of the narration was in Spanish even though the tour was promoted as "billingual". When we requested equal English narration, the tour guide in Morocco (unus) said there were 20 Spanish speakers and only 5 English speakers in the group, he could spent 20% of the time in English. I did not mind he spent more time answering the more questions from the Spanish speakers, but I expect equesl time in narration before Q&A. Very unprofessional. When I complained this to platform operator Tourradar, they did a good job trying to follow up with the tour operator Trapsatur. But Trapsatur responded: " Regarding the change of the guide, this happens sometimes, but our guide are warm and gentle, and I am sure you will have felt with them as old friends since the first day." Hardly. I would recommend Tourradar as a good platform to find your tour. but stay away from Trapsatur, a very poorly run tour operator.Show detailed ratings
- PDPatrickWritten on January 29, 20184.0 - GoodThe tour had its ups and downs: saw all the places described but were rushed through some of them and forced to listen to 3 sales pitches for huge portions of time on oils, rugs and leather (and jewelry). Guides were of an uneven value, the best being in Spain and the most terrific in Toledo. This was supposed to be an English speaking tour, but we were a small English group attached to a larger Spanish tour--and missed much of the instruction. Finally, not knowing our timetable until the very last minute, and being abandoned by the tour guide the very first afternoon, made me feel like a prisoner rather than a customer. (Knowing our options is very important to Americans, rather than being kept in the dark.)Show detailed ratings
- RSRobyneWritten on January 28, 20184.0 - GoodThe tour started out well and our guide Pauline was very good, she explained everything in Spanish and English in equal amounts of time and took time to point out various places of interest along the way. It was very nice to be a part of her family as she called us all. The guides we had in Cordoba and Seville were also good and provided excellent commentary, they were obviously very proud of their cities. The accommodation in Seville was a bit dated and the dinners were not very good, but Juan Jose the driver was very good company, breakfast was very good and well provided. The accommodation in Marbella was excellent and all meals there were very good. I was sad to say goodbye to Paulina and Juan Jose as they were both excellent at their work. And then we went to Morocco, after an ok ferry trip we met our guide Kaarim who was very pleasant and began out journey. Lunch was ordinary and we couldn't go to Rabat as per the itinerary as it was Friday the holy day so instead we made the long journey to Casablanca. Arriving after dark we were hurriedly checked in and left to have dinner and given a pick up time for the morning. The hotel was nice and the meals were excellent, as no attraction were pointed out by our guide we found our own way to Rick's Cafe and had a great night out. Collected the next day we undertook a 20min stop at the mosque a quick drive around the city then on to Marrakech. The hotel was very nice and the restaurant was ok. We were told that lunch would be provided but not dinner as it was a separate tour and a tour of the souk was included. The next day a local guide was provided whose English was very good and the tour was excellent, however we wanted to shop in the souk but were told that Fez would be better and it was not. I didn't appreciate being taken to buy overpriced Argan oil and spices, and it was obvious the guides received commissions if we did buy, however we had a little free time and enjoyed a mint tea overlooking the souk, definitely a highlight. The next day we departed for the longest bus trip I have ever been on, almost 13 hours to go back to Rabat and Meknes. We spent 1hour having lunch in an expensive shopping mall, 25 minutes at the tomb of the kings in Rabat, and arrived in Meknes for a 10min stop to take photos in the dark! Then on the bus for the drive to Fes, the hotel was nice and the meals were good. Next day we had a great local guide, but once again we ended up at expensive silver and carpet shops in the medina where high pressure salesmen tried to make us buy their wares, no time for any free shopping so where were the bargains we were told we would find in Fez! Free time in the afternoon meant finding our own way back to the medina to return at the alloted time of 6pm to meet the coach to find it had left without us, not happy at all! The dinner we paid €60 for was underwhelming also. Next day another long coach ride and ferry back to Marbella and a new guide. Laura was ok but not great, Granada was fabulous, but not the local guide and Toledo we had an excellent guide but no free time, and an underwhelming visit to a silver shop. It was my first coach tour and probably my last, I will return to Spain to see Cordoba, Granada, Ronda, Seville and Toledo again at my own pace. And I will fly to Marrakech and take a tour from there to the desert and Casablanca but never again with MundiMaroc, too much time spent on the coach.Show detailed ratings
- PAPoojaWritten on August 7, 20174.5 - ExcellentGreat travelling with 8year oldShow detailed ratingsTrapsatur commented on this reviewDear Pooja: Thanks for your review, it is great to know that our efforts to make our tours fit to every ages are giving results. Hope to see you soon again in any of our tours! Best regards, Rodrigo
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- Day 1: MADRID - CORDOBA - SEVILLE (Tuesday)
- Day 2: SEVILLE (Wednesday)
- Day 3: SEVILLE - RONDA - COSTA DEL SOL (Thursday)
- Day 4: MARBELLA - TANGIER - RABAT - CASABLANCA (Friday)
- Day 5: CASABLANCA - MARRAKECH (Saturday)
- Day 6: MARRAKECH - MEKNES - FES (Sunday)
- Day 7: FES (Monday)
- Day 8: FES - TANGIER - COSTA DEL SOL (Tuesday)
- Day 9: COSTA DEL SOL - GRANADA (Wednesday)
- Day 10: GRANADA - TOLEDO - MADRID (Thursday)
AccommodationRated Good by past passengers
GuideRated Average by past passengers
MealsRated Excellent by past passengers
TransportRated Excellent by past passengers
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Here we have collected and answered the most frequently asked questions about this tour.
What time does the tour get back to Madrid on day 10 of the tour?
The tour is coming back to Madrid around 6PM.
Are the tour bus and hotel rooms all air conditioned?
Yes, you will be staying in 4 star hotels and travelling in a deluxe motorcoach, where air conditioning is included. I will stress, however, that depending when you are wanting to travel, this beautiful part of the world can get really very hot and while sight-seeing, you will, of course, not be in an air-conditioned environment.
In general, if you suffer with the heat, I would recommend you visit in spring or fall and not in peak summer.
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- Anna9th July 2018
Andalusia & Morocco (32 destinations)
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- Hepatitis B
- Recommended for Spain and Morocco. Ideally 2 months before travel.
- Recommended for Morocco. Ideally 2 weeks before travel.
- Hepatitis A
- Recommended for Morocco. Ideally 2 weeks before travel.
- Recommended for Morocco. Ideally 3 months before travel.
- Recommended for Morocco. Ideally 1 month before travel.
- Start and end in Madrid.
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- Madrid (Spain)
- 297 km
- Cordoba (Spain)
- 121 km
- Seville (Spain)
- 103 km
- Ronda (Spain)
- 36 km
- Marbella (Spain)
- 116 km
- Tangier (Morocco)
- 216 km
- Rabat (Morocco)
- 88 km
- Casablanca (Morocco)
- 215 km
- Marrakesh (Morocco)
- 340 km
- Meknes (Morocco)
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