Mohammed is my name but you can call me Simo, I am a full time Microsoft Technical Support ( Xbox ) I have been a tour guide with Morocco exchange program and I like you tours in Rabat, I like to be surrounded by optimistic people and I avoid negativity. Rabat is the place I call home but I live in Sale ( 20mins away ) Rabat is a multicultural city that has more than one place to visit, There's Oudaya garden, the beach, the Souk, Hassan tower, old Medina, and much more to offer. I have been doing tours since 2009 and I love doing them. I have worked as a cabin crew with Flydubai, British Council as a teaching center assistant, and as a translator for a football ( Soccer ) agent, and I am good at football if you want to play lol
Mohammed was very nice and helpful. He answered all our questions and walked with us through different parts of the city. However there was not a lot of background information in the tour, it was more of just walking through the city. This tour is for people that are looking to find their way around the city and not for someone looking to get historical or architectural information about Rabat.
I have already reviewed but will happily tell you again what I think. Our “Guru” didn’t turn up. He emailed me claiming that I hadn’t verified the tour. I had, and have proof. He claimed that he turned up and we didn’t. Not true.
Guru Walking Tours have been in touch with me and made apologies. Our “Guru” hasn’t apologised.
On this basis I don’t recommend these tours.
Great tour with a lot of interesting information about the city, country, society. Thank you, Mohammed!