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Farmhouse Cooking Class from Marrakech
"A private guide will pick you up from your centrally located hotel or nearby your riad at 9:30am to start the day. Board the air-conditioned vehicle and head out to a farm just outside of Marrakech. There you will be introduced to a local Moroccan cook who will lead you in how to prepare a traditional meal. The main course changes daily with vegetarian or gluten-free options available. Included in the lesson will be how to make side dishes such as bread salad and crepes. As you prepare your meal participate in the famous ""Guess the Spices"" test. In this game you will be given samples of spices that are not yet labeled then you must smell the jars to guess which spice is inside. The winner will be the one who guesses the most correct spices! Once you have finished cooking your meal
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3-Day Private Trip to the Draa Valley from Marrakech
"Day 1: Marrakech – Aït benhaddou - Oasis Fint (D)At approximately 8:00am your driver will pick you up at your hotel or on the nearest parking area if you are in a riad. Depart from Marrakech by the Tizi N’Tichka pass and Berber villages on the side of the mountain. The driver will make various stops so you may attain beautifu for a visit to the Kasbah which dates back to the 11th century and is classified as a UNESCO world heritage site. Proceed to Ouarzazate then directly to Oasis Fint a lost magnificent greenery case in the middle of nowhere. Walk alone into the Oasis if you like as the driver gives you general information about it. Head to your guesthouse where you will enjoy a late dinner. Overnight: Oasis Flint guesthouse ) Depart towards the Tizi Tiniffift pass comprised of lunar landscapes and head in the direction of Agdz. Visit Tamnougalt Kasbah and the palm grove alone. Continue along Draa valley in edge of Oued
From EUR154.00
 
Private Day Trip: Imlil Village and Kik Plateau with Lunch from Marrakech
"Your driver will meet you at your hotel at 9:00am. Leaving Marrakech in a private vehicle head through the small winding roads that go in between the rocks and steep gorges at the front end of Asni. A famous place of rendezvous for villagers throughout the region famous for its souk on Saturday. Stop for a visit by yourself at the market and the famous parking lot meeting with your local guide for a walk around to the Kasbah the waterfalls and back by a village perched on the heights of Imlil. Next have a traditional Berber meal in a family home. After lunch return to the vehicle and back with your driver to Asni road then the kik plateau where stunning valleys can be seen. There will be time for a stop at Lake Takerkoust before returning to your hotel around 5:00pm. The mountain walk does not presen
From EUR43.00

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Asilah

Close to Tangier this old city with a wide beach, keeps well visible the signs of Portuguese occupation. With its white houses, Asilah is a good stop, but... I was in a rush.
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Ksar es Sghir

A small village, once occupied by the Portuguese, lost all its importance since then. At least that's what it seems, since for many years I couldn't find it in VT. Now it already is, but, as I saw it...
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Kenitra

I only stopped in Kenitra to see the tropical garden. I don't know if this small city has any other interesting point but the garden is a refreshing break in any trip.
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Csar el Quibir

Following the coast between Tangier and Rabat you will pass a town that, according to Portuguese will, would never exist - Alcacer Quibir. That was the place of our most shaming military defeat, with...
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Book your Desert Trip with Sahara Dreams Maroc

You must be convinced by now after reading my travelogues that a Sahara desert trip from Marrakech is a 'must do'!! :o) Well if you miss booking with Sahara Dreams Maroc.....then you may as well buy a...
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3 or more day camel trips Zagora vs Merzouga

For me I would recommend choosing to do a 3-4 day trip like that in the Merzouga sahara desert area - the largest dunes are there - but both the Merzouga and Zagora areas do not really have what you...
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Visit a real authentic Moroccan village near Fez

We stayed at the Dar KamalChaoui guest house in Bhalil which gives you a great opportunity to get an insight into everyday life in the old small Moroccan village. Kamal and his wife Beatrice have a...
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Moroccan tout spotting for beginners.......

During my many travels in Morocco I have encountered a significant number of distressed travellers having fallen victim to the venal touts and other street lowlife. The touts fall into many diverse...
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Strangers on the tram.....

Arriving at Casa Voyageurs station on a hot Saturday, I make my way to the tram carstop, buy my ticket and wait for the next city-bound tram. When it arrives I struggle in haste with my luggage on to...
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A paradise of clear fresh water near Chefchaouen

30 km from Chefchaouen, the fantastic blue town nestled in the North of Morocco in the Atlas mountains there are Ankchur falls. You must take a guide and wear trekking equipment because you have to...
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Struggle for Water

Olive tree are generalized in Mediterranean area, and Morocco is no exception. Being a resistant tree, it needs not too much water to survive, but... it needs some. That's why we may see in Morocco...
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Aguelmane Sidi Al

On the road from Midelt, after the Oued Ziz Valley, about 52 before Azrou the scenery seems to be littered with dark pumice rock. A turnoff to the right directs toi , the largest of the region's many...
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Take winter warmers for the kids when driving

Each visit to Morocco Ive always taken things with me that I can give to the local families - especially the children - and especially when I was regularly visiting Telouet - many berber families are...
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highlights in Morocco

September is beautiful in Morocco. Only the interior stays warm longer. Essaouria is my favorite place in Morocco for it's layback atmosphere and beach. Rabat has a beautiful historic old city in...
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Marrakesh

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Province de Tanger
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Fes

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Essaouira

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Place des Nations Unies, Casablanca, 20000, Morocco
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23 Arsat Bennis Douh, Fes, 30000, Morocco
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Top Things to Do in Morocco

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Djamaa El Fna - Square

Sooner or later it seems, all paths in Marrakech lead to the Djemaa el Fna. The name (sometimes spelled “Djamaa el Fna” or “Jamaa el Fna”) means “Assembly of the Dead” in Arabic but a visit here...
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Hassan II Mosque

Since I was not allowed to go inside, I spent about half an hour outside of the mosques taking pictures. Its location is pretty, by the Atlantic Ocean. I read that about 25.000 people can be...
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Medina

The place is interesting and you can see something new indeed. However there are some things I am not ok with. As soon as you approach Medina you immidiately become the center of attention. The locals...
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Kasbah

Ruins of fortress that lies on a mountain above the city of Agadir. The word KASBAH is in arabic an means fortress. It was built in the 1500-century but was destroyed in the big earthquake in 1960....
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Walk around the Medina

Walking around the Medina is really fascinating, you will see a lot of unusual and surprising things. A guide ($ 25?) is only necessary if you want to see everything in a few hours, There are several...
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Blue Streets

I remembered Chaouen (Chefchaouen) when visiting the Kasbah of the Udayas. I refused the boys offering themselves as guides and went alone to discover those narrow streets. The Kasbah of the Udayas...
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