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Learn About The Lives Of Moroccan Women In Chefchaouen Over A 4-Hour Tour
  • Tour Category

    Private Tour

  • Tour Types

    Education, Culture, Story Telling

  • Duration

    4 Hours

  • Activity Level


  • Language



Embark on this 4-hour journey of cultural exploration and women's empowerment, leaving with a greater appreciation for the rich heritage of Chefchaouen and the vital role of women in shaping its vibrant community. Join us on this impactful tour and become part of a movement celebrating diversity, resilience, and positive change for women in Morocco.

  • Learn about the historical significance of this unique architectural style 
  • Engage with women artisans and cooperatives
  • Discover the inspiring stories of these women
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    • Meet your friendly and knowledgeable guide at a designated meeting point in Chefchaouen.
    • Get an overview of the tour's objectives and the significance of women's empowerment in the region.
    •  Embark on a captivating stroll through the picturesque blue-painted alleys of the old town.
    • Learn about the historical and cultural importance of blue architecture while admiring the unique ambience it creates.
    • Engage with local women artisans at a cooperative, where they preserve traditional craftsmanship.
    • Discover their inspiring stories of economic independence and how they contribute to their families' well-being.
    • Attend an enlightening talk led by a knowledgeable speaker on the current situation of women in Chefchaouen and Morocco.
    • Gain insights into the challenges they face and the initiatives aimed at empowering them in the community.
    • Visit a local artisan market to support women entrepreneurs and discover their unique handicrafts.
    • Learn how your contribution positively impacts their livelihoods and economic empowerment.
    • Experience authentic Chefchaouen cuisine with a delightful sampling of local dishes. Local women will prepare the meal, showcasing their culinary skills and traditions.
    • As the tour concludes, take a moment to reflect on the significance of empowering women through culture and tourism.
    • Bid farewell to Chefchaouen, taking with you cherished memories and a deeper understanding of the local community.
What's Included
  • Speakers Guide Fee
  • Lunch
  • Tea
What's Excluded
  • Tips 
What to bring
  • Comfortable Walking Shoes: Expect to do quite a bit of walking during the tour, so bring comfortable shoes suitable for uneven terrain and cobblestone streets.

  • Weather-Appropriate Clothing: Check the weather forecast for Chefchaouen on the day of your tour and dress accordingly. It's usually best to wear lightweight, breathable clothing during warmer months and layer up during cooler seasons.

  • Sun Protection: Chefchaouen can get quite sunny, so bring sunscreen, sunglasses, and a wide-brimmed hat to shield yourself from the sun.

  • Water Bottle: Drink a refillable water bottle throughout the tour. Staying hydrated is essential, especially during warmer days.

  • Camera or Smartphone: Capture the beauty of Chefchaouen and the unique moments during the tour. A camera or smartphone with ample storage is a must.

  • Small Backpack or Bag: Bring a small backpack or bag to carry your belongings comfortably during the tour.

  • Cash: While larger establishments may accept credit cards, smaller shops and markets often prefer cash. Make sure to have some local currency (Moroccan Dirham) for purchases.

  • Respectful Attire: Regarding the local culture and customs wear attire that covers your shoulders and knees when visiting religious or sacred sites.

  • Notebook and Pen: If you wish to take notes during the interactive talk or jot down interesting details during the tour, a notebook and pen can be helpful.

  • Open Mind and Positive Attitude: Most importantly, bring an open mind and a positive attitude to fully embrace the cultural experiences and engage in the tour activities.

Know before you go
  • Respect Local Customs: Chefchaouen is a conservative city with strong cultural traditions. Dress modestly, especially when visiting religious or sacred sites. Avoid wearing revealing clothing and respect local customs and practices.

  • Language: Arabic is the official language in Morocco, but many locals in Chefchaouen also speak Spanish and French. English is not as widely spoken, so learning a few basic Arabic phrases or carrying a translation app can be helpful.

  • Weather: Check the weather forecast for Chefchaouen on the day of your tour and dress accordingly. The city experiences mild winters and hot summers, so pack suitable clothing and sun protection.

  • Photography: Always ask for permission before taking photos of people, especially women. Some locals may be uncomfortable with their pictures being taken, so respect their privacy.

  • Currency: The official currency of Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD). Having some cash on hand is a good idea, especially for small purchases at local markets.

  • Bargaining: Bargaining is common in Moroccan markets. If you decide to make purchases at local shops or markets, feel free to negotiate prices politely.

  • Hydration: Carry a water bottle and stay hydrated, especially during warmer months. Drink bottled water to avoid any potential health issues.

  • Time Management: Be punctual for the tour's starting time to make the most of the experience. The tour's duration is limited, so being on time ensures you don't miss any activities.

  • Safety: Chefchaouen is generally a safe city for tourists, but like in any destination, be mindful of your belongings and surroundings. Keep your valuables secure and be cautious in crowded areas.

  • Cultural Sensitivity: Embrace cultural differences and respect local customs and practices. Engage with the community with an open mind and a positive attitude.

  • Tipping: Tipping is customary in Morocco, especially for services like guided tours and restaurants. A small tip as a gesture of appreciation is a common practice.

  • Group Size: Be aware of the group size and follow the guide's instructions during the tour. This ensures a smooth and enjoyable experience for everyone.

Meeting Point

Place Outa El Hamam, Chefchaouen, Morocco

Cancellation Policy

For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -

Refund of 50% of the tour price.
Price Details
The group size and price
1 To 2USD 380 Per Group
3 To 4USD 410 Per Group

This is a private tour

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USD 380 / group