Morocco Food Tours.

To love a country, you have to eat it, drink it and listen its people singing.

What you should go?

One of the highlights of any trip to Morocco has to be experiencing incredible new tastes and flavors. From traditional dishes to modern culinary delights, and upscale restaurants to street food, dining brings Moroccan together and is the beating heart of the colorful Country offers one of the most diverse gastronomic landscapes in the world, but with so much deliciousness on offer, it can be tough to know where to begin!

The local cuisine which have been a big part of the culinary culture and history of Morocco in this Morocco food tour. All these dishes, and more, clamor to be tasted, savored and shared on a Morocco food tour the question is, where to first?

However, you’ll want to be wary of street food …but don’t rule it out completely. It would be a shame to miss out on amazing travel experiences due to being ill. And while. Actually, you might find some of the best treats prepared and cooked on the street.

What the big deal? A rich mix of cultural, historical and culinary delights.

By having a cooking class in Marrakesh, you will be learn the secrets of spices,by a Moroccan cook mother of a family in her house. She will provide you all the gastronomic secrets and the culinary techniques that had been used in the daily local cuisine, its traditions and its origin. You will be guided throughout this hands on class to experience the Moroccan cuisine and it’s famous spices and flavor..

Combine the useful with the pleasant and without ignoring the important historical and architectural monuments. You will discover the essence of Morocco food tour and the secret of spices. You will eat in small local restaurants or in restaurants run by renowned chefs, you will taste the real Moroccan cuisine. And, “Vacation calories don’t count when you’re on vacation.”

Itinerary Morocco Food Tour

Day 1 : Casablanca Mohammed V airport arrival or Marrakesh airport arrival

upon your arrival, you are welcomed by your private driver who will transfer you to your hotel in Casablanca

Oh, a kiss is still a kiss in Casablanca
Please come back to me in Casablanca
I love you more and more each day as time goes by. Bernie Higgins

For those looking for a taste of old Hollywood glamour, an a dinner trip to Rick’s Cafe is a must. This beautiful bar and restaurant was inspired by the Rick’s Cafe from the film Casablanca and the decor does its best to live up to it. Serving American, French and Moroccan food, head along on a Sunday to enjoy the evening jazz session and pop up to the 1st film for a free screening of the legendary film Casablanca whit Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart. You don’t meet Sam the pianist but certainly you listen the famous song “As time goes by”

Later around 8 pm he will join you for a romantic dinner at the famous Ricks Cafe, (Casablanca movie whit Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart)
Night at the 4* hotel.

Day 2 : Casablanca/ Marrakesh

Food is symbolic of love when words are inadequate.” —Alan D. Wolfelt

After breakfast in hotel, depart for Marrakesh, arrival and lunch in one restaurant Palace (19th century ) in the Medina where you taste a fine traditional Moroccan cuisine. After a brief visit of the city of Marrakesh, installation at your 4 * hotel
In the evening around 8 pm transfer to a restaurant for a live dinner show (drinks not included)
Late return to your hotel.

Day 3 : Marrakesh

After the breakfast in the hotel paying visit the Majorelle garden residence of French designer Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Berger. For your lunch, we take you in one local specialties restaurant held by a former king Hassan II cooker.

After lunch, time at your disposal and at 8 pm, you visit the famous place Jemaa el Fna one the biggest street food in Morocco, but we don’t eat here!

What Jemaa El Fna Square?

“An agora, theatrical performance, point of convergence: open and plural space, vast field of ideas, peasants, shepherds, roundworms, merchants coming from bus stations, taxi ranks, drowsy car rental stops: merged into an idle mass, absorbed in the contemplation of the daily hustle and bustle, supported by license and heedless of the terrain, in a continuous and capricious movement: immediate contact between strangers, oblivion of social constraints, identification in prayer and laughter, temporary suspension of hierarchies, joyful equality of bodies. » Juan Goytisolo

Afterwards you will have dinner in a palace recognized for its fine cuisine. Night at the hotel.

Day 4 : Marrakesh cooking classes

People who love to eat are always the best people.” — Julia Child

After breakfast in the hotel, you have a cooking class whit a master women house chef she teaches you the secrets of spices. You prepare together, you eat what Your own hands made. With time you will certainly be a little chef of Moroccan cuisine and you can impress your entourage by preparing dishes with a Moroccan touch.

Rest of time at your disposal for relaxing or visiting the vicinity of your hotel. Night in your hotel.

Day 5 : Marrakesh/ El Kelaa (countryside food)

If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat with him… The people who give you their food give you their heart.” — Cesar Chavez

You will go to the countryside, 1 hour drive north of Marrakesh on the road to Fez, to the small town of EL KELAA des SRAGHNA, where you will have a typical countryside lunch of the region with a family in all simplicity. Return to Marrakesh at 4 pm. Time at your disposal. Night at your hotel.

Day 6 : Marrakesh/ Ourika valley (High Atlas)

“”A river is more than an amenity, it is a treasure. It offers a necessity of life that must be rationed among those who have power over it. “

After the breakfast in the hotel, departure for the Ourika valley in the High Atlas, passing through small Berber villages and terraced crops in the mountains where nature is well reserved. After your arrival, you will discover a well reserved place by walking a narrow path between the river and the mountains and you will have your lunch by side of the river in one of the small restaurants run by local residents. You can visit one of the female cooperatives for the extraction of the famous and virtuous Argan oil. After returning to your hotel in Marrakech. Time at your disposal to do what you want. Night at the hotel

Day 7 : Marrakesh Airport Transfer and the end of Morocco food tour

After breakfast at the hotel, and in accordance with your return flight, transfer to Marrakesh airport and end of our service.

“The one who is used to travel, knows that one day it is necessary to leave” Paulo Coelho

This itinerary is only a suggestion, all our trips are tailor-made according to each client.
This product is suitable for: Couple / between girls / Solo/ Family.

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