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Booking.com asked travelers...How can you get the most authentic cultural experience in Chefchaouene?
Learn to say "Salom, Shoukran, how are you, I am from...., I like...., etc." And do not take photos of the authentic Berber dressed woman, it is offensive to them, and they do not agree to be photographed even if paid. We tourists are creating a barrier to the locals by photographing them so much. They already turn away in anticipation of being photographed. Let's set a good standard and not ruin the innocence of Chefchaouen. And do not start bartering, unless you intend to buy. A little bit down in price is good, but after that, give them the finances they need to survive. This is their work and they share the profit with many people.
Booking.com asked travelers...Why do people say Chefchaouene can be seen best by foot?
The medina itself is impossible to drive in, you'll have to park outside. If you take the bus, do note the the CTM buses fill up quickly. But a ticket the day before at the Cybercafe just outside the medina. If you don't, you'll be stuck in a very old, smelly and broken bus that will take a few hours longer than the CTM bus, which is what happened to me.See all 2 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...What's your advice for a first-time mountain biker in Chefchaouene?
Chefchaouen is built on the side of a mountain, all its streets are highly sloped, biking through this streets is an amazing but tiring experience
Booking.com asked travelers...What's your best piece of advice for a first-time hiker in Chefchaouene?
Get a ride to Akchour - from there you can hike a few hours to either the waterfalls or the natural bridge called Pont de Dieu.See all 3 answers
Booking.com asked travelers...Which spot is best for taking photos in Chefchaouene?
All of Chefchaouene is photo worthy...the stairs, doors, architecture and sunsets.
Booking.com asked travelers...What's the secret to sampling all the diverse food Chefchaouene has to offer?
Can't go wrong, every place we ate served up good food, very authentic.
Booking.com asked travelers...Where should people go if they don't want to eat in a tourist trap?
casa aladin casa hussan
Booking.com asked travelers...Describe the best ancient landmarks to visit in Chefchaouene.
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