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  • Rabat: Walking Food Tour

    1. Rabat: Walking Food Tour

    Go on a 4-hour culinary expedition through the city of Rabat with a foodie tour guide. Come on an empty stomach and meet your local guide at Gare Rabat Ville. Begin walking through the winding streets of the Old Medina of Rabat, the beating heart of Moroccan culture. Listen to fascinating anecdotes regarding the history and traditions of food in the region, where the food is delicious, rich, and varied.   Meander through the city, stopping at more than 6 spots for tastings along the way. Taste fresh juice, dates, cheese, olives, fresh fruits, and mint tea. Your last stop will be to savor a tasty full meal in a traditional local restaurant.

    This was the epitome of all food tours. Mohammed was an excellent, fun and knowledgeable guide and he too us to the most amazing places. It is definitely a good idea to come with an empty stomach because there is A LOT OF FOOD. We did several stops at market stands, juice bars, pastry shops and the like and then had a full dinner of Moroccan Tajine and Couscous together. The group was small and there was enough time to chat and ask questions. We're vegetarians, but that wasn't a problem - Mohammend always provided good vegetarian options for us. After the tour we were so full we could barely walk. :-)

  • Marrakech: Imperial Cities 7-Day Tour

    2. Marrakech: Imperial Cities 7-Day Tour

    Explore the Imperial Cities souks, and monuments. See the impressive Hassan II Mosque, Old city of Rabat, Roman ruins at Volubolis, the beautiful Ouzoud Waterfalls and more on a 7 day tour. Head off to the Djemaa el-Fna, the centre square of the medina. Take a trip to the iconic Koutoubia Mosque, home to the minaret which has become a symbol of the city. Visit the Saadian Tombs, the Bahia Palace and the lively souks around Jemaa El Fna square. Stroll through Majorelle Gardens and the peaceful site of the Menara Garden. Head to the coastal city of Casablanca. Walk around the Habous district with its small squares and maze-like narrow streets. Explore the colourful Habous Quarter, the Mehkma (Tribunal), the Notre Dame de Lourdes Cathedral and the famous Hassan II Mosque. Journey to the capital Rabat and visit the Royal Palace, Ouadaya Gardens Kasbah and the Hassan Tower Mosque. Drive to...

  • De Casablanca: 6-Day Imperial cities of Morocco

    3. De Casablanca: 6-Day Imperial cities of Morocco

    Day 1: Rabat - Meknes - Fes Discover Rabat, one of the four Imperial Cities and the Capital City of Morocco. Visit the Kasbah of Oudayas, the Hassan Tower, the Royal Mausoleum, and Chellah Roman ruins before heading to Meknes which was founded at the end of the 17th century. Reach Fes in the evening to end this day full of surprises, discoveries, and dinner. Day 2: Fes Visit the spiritual and cultural capital of the Kingdom. The city is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its intricate winding architecture of alleys, souks, courtyards. See the Bouanania Medersa, Quaraouiyine Mosque, and Foundouk Al Najjarrine. After Lunch, you will continue the tour with the famous tanneries. Day 3: Fes - Merzouga Drive through the 4 seasons road. During winter, you will truly experience the four seasons since you will drive across the snowy Middle Atlas mountains before reaching the hot...

  • From Marrakech: Private 3-Day Tour to Merzouga and Fes

    4. From Marrakech: Private 3-Day Tour to Merzouga and Fes

    Day 1: Marrakech – Tizi n'Tichka – Ait Ben Haddou – Ouarzazate – Skoura – Roses Valley – Dades Valley – Dades Gorges

    After pickup from your hotel or riad in Marrakech, start your tour to Ouarzazate. Cross the Tizi n'Tichka mountain pass at an altitude of 2,260 meters (7,415 feet) and pass through several Berber villages. Stop for lunch before visiting the UNESCO-listed Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou.

    Next, continue to Ouarzazate and see the Taourirt Kasbah, the Cinema Museum, and the palm grove of Skoura. Visit the Kasbah Amridil before continuing your journey to the Dades Valley via the Valley of Roses. In the evening, arrive in the town of Boumalne Dades for dinner and overnight at the hotel. Day 2: Dades Gorge – Todra Gorges – Tinejdad – Erfoud – Merzouga

    After breakfast, depart to visit the gorges and the palm grove of Todra. Then, head along the ...

  • From Casablanca: Imperial Cities of Morocco 6-Day Tour

    5. From Casablanca: Imperial Cities of Morocco 6-Day Tour

    Day 1 : Casablanca Upon arrival in Casablanca, you will be met at the airport and taken to your hotel. Depending on your arrival time, you will visit the city, including a visit to the Hassan II mosque, one of the world’s biggest mosques, as well as the districts of Sqala and Habous.  Day 2 : Rabat - Meknes - Volubilis The next morning you will journey to the capital of Morocco, Rabat. Visit the Royal Palace, the Ouadaya Gardens Kasbah and the Hassan Tower Mosque. After lunch, you'll be driven to the Berber town of Meknes. Explore the intricate gateways, beautiful gardens and at 40-meter high city wall. Next is the ancient Roman city of Volubilis. Dating back to AD 40, Volubilis is home to some of the most impressive Roman ruins in North Africa. You'll finish the day with a short drive to the medieval city of Fez. Day 3 : Fez After ...

  • Rabat: Cooking Class in a Family Home

    6. Rabat: Cooking Class in a Family Home

    If you want to get to know true Moroccan hospitality and experience some culinary indulgences, this cooking class at Haja’s home is perfect for you. A licensed and enthusiastic guide will accompany you during this 4-hour activity that is sure to be the highlight of your trip to Morocco.   Start by accompanying your guide to the local market. They will provide you with all kinds of explanations regarding the products you need, traditions, and customs. Feel free to ask questions and share your culinary experiences⁠—the more you interact, the more you’ll discover.   Then, arrive at Haja’s home, where she will welcome you with open arms. Over the next few hours, Haja will teach you how to cook a tasty meal of local dishes. Choose between a traditional Moroccan cooking class or a session of Moroccan pastries and cakes. Cooking with Haja is a unique social experience during which she’ll shar...

    It was fun getting ingredients in the market and making everything from scratch. There was so much food and the experience was very authentic. We also got to find out a lot about Moroccan culture in general

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What people are saying about Rabat-Salé-Kénitra

This was the epitome of all food tours. Mohammed was an excellent, fun and knowledgeable guide and he too us to the most amazing places. It is definitely a good idea to come with an empty stomach because there is A LOT OF FOOD. We did several stops at market stands, juice bars, pastry shops and the like and then had a full dinner of Moroccan Tajine and Couscous together. The group was small and there was enough time to chat and ask questions. We're vegetarians, but that wasn't a problem - Mohammend always provided good vegetarian options for us. After the tour we were so full we could barely walk. :-)

True cooking class with the attention to all the details, which contribute to the final taste of the meal. Very hospitable family, in the end you feel like you have been invited to friend’s house. One of the best impressions from the trip to Marocco. I have been to many cooking classes. as cooking is my passion- and this class stands out as one of the best ones. Must do in Marocco!

It was fun getting ingredients in the market and making everything from scratch. There was so much food and the experience was very authentic. We also got to find out a lot about Moroccan culture in general

It was a really nice, informative and fun Tour. I learned a lot about maroccan Culture and Food and saw a lot of the City. U should definetely not eat anything before the Tour :).

I have been the only member of the Tour, so I could enjoy a real personal treatment. My Guide was very experienced, informative with a lot of homour.