Morocco Nightlife

  • Nightlife
    by angiebabe
  • Nightlife
    by angiebabe
  • Nightlife
    by angiebabe

Morocco Nightlife

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  • Party Crashing in Morocco

    Whether it is a wedding, birthday, circumcision or someone coming or going from Morocco - the parties in Morocco always seem to feel to be powered by love lightning and nuclear happiness. Crash that party and see if I'm right - you can only be turned away, but baby - I doubt you will be. The better you dress the most easily you will blend in (if...

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  • New Year's Party in Casa - New Year's,...

    Honest to Pete, I would actually choose Casa for a stag party or a New Year's Drinking Party. Why? First, a big selection of very swank bars. The places are swinging with sha'abi music and get the hookah set up and the drinks going...You will most likely meet Moroccans in these bars who have plenty of their own dough and love making friends and...

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  • Belly dancing and great food!

    Comptoir is a happening and romantic place to dine. From the outside it's a little villa on a quiet residential street, but on the inside it comes alive with well dressed Europeans. Friday and Saturday nights are the best times to go. On the ground floor you can have a delicious Moroccan meal, but the menu offers some other dishes besides for...

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  • Nighttime - BELLY DANCE

    Thanks for your answer ..how is the night life in Fes , Casa , and Meknes ? do you know some interesting night clubs there for have fun, i would like have some infos about oriental party with belly dance ( dance du ventre ) ?thanks

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  • Spend the night in the desert

    It's great to stay overnight in the desert, like we did in the Erg Chebbi. During the impressive sunset the sanddunes coloured from deep ochre to brilliant orange and red. After the sun disappeared after the sanddunes the sky had the most fantastic unbelievable colours (picture 5).After a tastful desert meal we sat round the campfire for some time,...

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  • Cabarets

    Go to Cabarets, places where you can drink a beer while listening to alive moroccan music and watching some belly dance spectacle, I foun that this was the best way to spend a few hours after dinner, they are opened after 8 pm, many all day, and do not close before 2 am. People in Morocco are pretty formal with dressing, but noone cares if you are...

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  • No Alcohol

    Remember Morocco is a Muslim country and they don't drink Alcohol. Therefore their nightlife can be considered dire if you want to go on a drinking session. There maybe some discos in larger cities and if you really need alcohol try large international hotels such as the Parador in Chaoen, which is the only place in town that has it. Two euros for...

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  • Fantasia

    We were on an "in-sight" tour of Morocco and one of the side tours was to attend a "Funtasia" night put on for the tourists. We were taken by our bus to a Disney Land like location some 10 kms outside of Marrakesh. It was a huge area set aside for the show. A large enclosed 'playing field' surrounded by huge lavishly decorated tents. We all sat at...

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  • No alcohol watering

    Yes, there are nightclubs in Morocco! It's definitely an experience but don't expect too much. The one nightclub I went to in Agadir is called Flamingo. Yep, it's straight out of the 80's. The music they play is very European and modern. The place is full with hookers but no worries girls...they're not the Bangkok type of hookers. You can have a...

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  • Christmas in Morocco

    Little Background The prophet Jesus (pbuh) is as important as the prophet Muhammed in Islam. Jesus (pbuh) will be responsible Two of the longer suras in the Quran are named "Imran" (father of Mary) and "Maryam" (Mary) and is referred to throughout the Quran."And she (Mary) who guarded her chastity, so We breathed into her of Our Spirit and made her...

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  • Make love under a billion stars in...

    There is enough barren, unpopulated and undeveloped Morocco for you to find a nice spot for you and your honey to get it on.Remember stars? You probably saw some in "E.T" and remember about them in romantic poetry.Well, heavens riches are still out there...waiting for you and your love(s)... Bring a blanket - and remember, while this sexy and...

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  • Dull Moroccan Nightlife

    We found the nightlife in Morocco to be fairly dull. Outside of some hotel bars and the occasional restaurant it was very difficult to find anywhere serving alcohol. In most towns, the cafes were very popular in the evenings but they did not look like the most friendly or inviting of places. For the most part, these cafes were male only...

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  • Islamic Holidays

    Always concerned about getting holiday drinking screwed up?Here's a list of the all the holidays. And do a google search - it's way more helpful than my picture here...

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  • New Year's Eve, Day and the Eid, 2007

    Not to self-incriminate - but before I left Casa last I went around with my Moroccan mates and none of the pubs (even the funky ones) were serving alcohol out of respect for Ramadan (about a week before). If that's the case for the Eid as well, you may be SOL there. But hopefully, that may not be an issue for you, anyway - and if not, the clubs...

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  • Wander the medina at night

    When your only company will be cats and whoever is lurking the deep dark shadows of the cave like medina... ...this is not necessarily safe advice - but I'll say that it is easily the most magical experience within the medina for me....Fes being the greatest and then follow your instincts with the others...

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  • The LEELA

    Without giving away too much, the ritual night, or LEELA is a spiritual journey that involves music, trance, food, incense and wouldn't be at all out of place with the idea of an event in late 60's early 70's. You will organize this or have it organized. You have never seen anything like it and you won't afterwards. Dress comfortably and...

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  • Limited options

    Tourists have the choice between attenting Moroccan folklore shows in hotels or large restaurants or Western style night life, which is only available in larger cities, like Tangier, Marrakesh, Rabat and Casablanca (la Corniche area), where the music, the crowd and the atmosphere does not really differ much from some places in Europe.

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  • Agadir by night

    The first is a picture of writing on the side of a mountain. It translates Allah, King and Country. Beautiful at night as it is all lit up. And an excellent landmark when you get lost.The second is a snake charmer, a hotel guest of honour, thats not the charmer, the snake. The clubs in Agadir have no dress code as long as you have got some clothes...

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  • Alcohol in Medina!!!!!

    The medina is dry this was the only place we could find for a drink except in expensive restaurants. It is a deceptive place and looks shut from the outside but go further in and it opens up into a massive dining area. They have the tacky Moroccan dancing themes for coach parties but if you go to the balcony bar you are left alone to have a couple...

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  • NIGHTCLUB

    I APOLOGISE I MAY HAVE THE NAME OF THIS NIGHTCLUB WRONG I AM TRYING TO REMEMBER, HOWEVER IT IS THE NIGHTCLUB WHICH IS LINKED TO THE HOTEL OCCIDENTAL ALLEGRO AGADOR, THIS IS AVAILABLE TO GUESTS OUTSIDE THE HOTEL, FOR ALL INCLUSIVE GUESTS OF THE HOTEL HOWEVER IT IS FREE ENTRANCE ALTHOUGH YOU HAVE TO PAY FOR YOUR DRINKS.ITS A TYPICAL NIGHTCLUB REALLY...

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  • Berber night parties

    Berber music is great. the parties this people make during the night just drinking mint tea and playing drums and other local instruments sound perfect for the end of the day.You'll find more of this action is small places or some places they are used to tourists like some hotels. if you're lucky you can get together in some local houses and be...

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  • Watching the stars in the Sahara desert

    This should be one of the most wonderful things to do while in morocco and while visiting the dunes of Erg Chebbi or the one in Tinfou, or even near Mhamid.Morocco apart from the big cities has really dark areas which make the situation perfect to watch the stars. of course the dimension of wwatching the stars on the sand dunes in the sahara has a...

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  • Bars/Nightclubs

    Clubs I've been to:Marrakech: The city's most popular nightclub is Paradise at the Hotel Pullman Mansour Edhabi. Tel: + (212) 4 448 222Agadir: The happening spot in Agadir is Papagayo Night Club, located in the Tikida Beach Hotel. Tel: + (212) 48 845 400Boulevard Du 20 Aout offers a number of restaurants, bars with local live bands, etc....

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  • Friends

    One of my friends *dentist* origin from Lebanon and lives in Tangier as his wife is Moroccan, has invited me to his flat there, I was so thankful for their hospitality and nice welcoming :-)it is always great to have friends in the country you visit!

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  • Wow!

    There was an awesome dinner every night in that luxury hotel Sofitel Marinasmir!I remember also once I went to go to sleep late at night in my room, and the telephone rang, it was one of my French friends Antoine from Versailles *he is a Dentist too* and he asked me to come to the Bar as there supposed to be a surprise!!!!I went there and the...

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  • Night life is special

    Night life in any Arabian country means a white night and sleepless!We had every night a special occasion, once we went to dance, once to enjoy an eve party ala Arabian Nights in Tetouan with good dinner, so it was really magical!

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  • Night life is special

    Night life in any Arabian country means a white night and sleepless!We had every night a special occasion, once we went to dance, once to enjoy an eve party ala Arabian Nights in Tetouan with good dinner, so it was really magical!

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  • Thanks for the Moroccan Hospitality

    One of my friends *dentist* origin from Lebanon and lives in Tangier as his wife is Moroccan, has invited me to his flat there, I was so thankful for their hospitality and nice welcoming :-)it is always great to have friends in the country you visit!

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  • what shall we do tonight, then?

    Most of Agadir's nightlife is centred in the hotels, most of them have discos, clubs and some also have casinos, which usually allow outside guests, but other nightlife ranges from local cafes and restaurants to local and traditional dancing and music.We generally stayed in our hotel for the nightlife because it had an excellent kids disco, then...

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  • After dark

    Morocco isn't really the place to come if nightclubs and partying are your main ingredients for a good holiday. In towns then the local male-only bar is usually your best bet for a drink and a chat - in villages you probably won't even get that. Moroccan towns are generally quiet at night - people sat around talking over a pot of tea and so on. Big...

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  • Not Exactly Exciting

    Morocco on a whole has a spotty night life. The town square such as the Djemaa el-Fna in Marrakesh a great fun. However if you are looking for an alcoholic beverage stick to the main hotels. Moroccian bars are rather seedy and western women will definately feel uncomfortable there. It alot more fun sipping on mint tea in a main square.

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  • the heart of Morocco lies in a square

    Eat your heart out at the huge night market square in Marakkech. That's when the night truly comes alive with food stalls selling freshly barbecued seafood & other exotica (steamed snails anyone?). Out comes the veiled ladies paddling henna tattoos and clashing performing groups featuring anything from music, drawfs to cobras. Throes of locals from...

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  • Anyone for clubbing?

    Please be aware that alike many countries a Club and a Nightclub are two different things! (If you are male and lonely, please ignore this tip!) The clubs are ok but tend to be full of midnight cowboy look-alikes who have some very novel dance moves. The clubs in hotels are strage because they will allow locals in as long as their are no guests in...

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  • Teetotalin'

    Dont come to morocco prepared to drink, for it is an Islamic Country and alcohol is nowhere to be seen. If you do decide to bring alcohol in, be respectful and only drink in the privacy of your hostel or hotel room.

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  • Marrakesh at night. What...

    Marrakesh at night. What else is there to do for 2 women traveling together, but eat at the food stalls, and flirt with the 12 year old dish washer (he asked me to marry him...I was tempted)When you get bored, take a stroll around to see the snake charmers, belly dancers, drummers, water sellers, herbalists, fortune tellers, story...

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  • Not Greece, but...

    There is no comparison to the nightlife of Greece where I come from... The most "european" city about it is Agadir, but it's a pity if you visit Morocco for such a nightlife, which can be easily found in your hometown. It's much better to watch what happens all the time at the famous Djemaa el-Fna in Marrakech or admire the sky over the...

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  • Djemaa el-fna

    A great place to eat and watch the various entertainers and snake charmers. However watch what you eat, I got sick. There are more pictures of the Djenaa El-Fna in my travelogue section. Where what you like.

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  • The souk in Rissani.There's...

    The souk in Rissani.There's plenty of nightlive in Morocco, I preferred to drink coffee in one of the souks......

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  • The Desert

    Sunsets, a sky full of stars, the shadow of a camel wandering on dunes, the feeling of sand on my bare feet... Dress casually (and bring something warm, it gets chilly very quick!)

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  • jamah el fana is the best...

    jamah el fana is the best place to get to know moroccan culture or to know 'Marrakchieen' that is a name of people from Marakech and for one prsone you will say 'Marakchi'. you can also enjoy europpen night life if youwant but why not go to europe, if you are in Morocco try to take adventage of surrounding area of marakech 'ourika''Menara'Elhouse'...

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  • The nighclub in the Hotel...

    The nighclub in the Hotel Solazurit had theamed evenings which were wonderful, it wasnt all just the latest music, we had great entertainment evenings as well Casual smart

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  • KSAR ES SAOUSSAN3, Derb...

    KSAR ES SAOUSSAN3, Derb Chorfa el Messaoudyenne. Tel.: 04 4440632.To get there, follow Fatima Zohra St from the Koutubia and turn right at Sidi el Yamami St. Some 100 mt after the arch, there is a sign on the wall. A black man in a red gown will be waiting there for you, to take you to the restaurant through some narrow alleys: very mysterious,...

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  • Marrakesh at night. What...

    Marrakesh at night. What else is there to do for 2 women traveling together, but eat at the food stalls, and flirt with the 12 year old dish washer (he asked me to marry him...I was tempted)When you get bored, take a stroll around to see the snake charmers, belly dancers, drummers, water sellers, herbalists, fortune tellers, story...

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  • The Djema'a el Fna, or Square,...

    The Djema'a el Fna, or Square, of Marrakech is alive with activity. Tourists pass by, Moroccans from the country arrive for day and NIGHT in the city and gawk at the entertainers, Marrakechis move along on their business.

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