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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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Hustling

Among the most persistent of the hustlers in the Djemaa el Fna are those working with the snake charmers. They seem to have eyes in the back of their heads – even when I attempted a casual shot...
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Fake guides

Don't trust any males or teenage boys if they ask you where you are going. If you are lost just keep walking like you know where you are going. You will find your way eventually. If you are lost and...
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Changing money

Although it is permitted to take a certain amount in dirhams out of the country (2,000 MAD at the time of writing, September 2016), you will probably not want to, as the exchange rate back home is...
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Falls

Now, most of you reading this are probably more sensible and less clumsy than I am. It is a miracle in fact that I haven’t had a serious injury before now, as I do make a bit of a habit of falling...
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Traffic

The Medina of Marrakech is an ancient town, its houses built and streets laid out long before the advent of modern motor traffic. Cars are a rarity here, apart from on the couple of streets that are...
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Touts and other annoyances in the Medina

As the Medina is difficult to navigate (see respective tip for that), many people will try to profit from your lack of knowledge. Many are nice people who want to get a tip in form of a couple of...
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Fake guides.

Watch out for the local lads in the Medina who try to befriend you,ask where you are going,and then tell you that the place that you want to go is closed or not open until later.This is a way for them...
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Why did you make me picture?

Shortly after I made a photo of a building, a man approached me aggresively with the question “Why did you make me picture?”.Me: “I did not make you picture.”He: “Show me!”Me: “I will not show...
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You watch you pay......

This is a tourist town and the locals probably invent new scans daily. Everyone wants to see the snake charmers but be aware these guys are not out here for the hell of it. They are here to make a...
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Dangers in Marrakech

Fortunately, I read the tips on this site after returning from Marrakech. I cannot think of any warning here that wouldn't equally apply to Washington D.C. east of the Capitol!Marrakech is a wonderful...
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Hassle? What hassle?

I don't know if there was a crackdown on Marrakech before I arrived because of the World Club Cup that the city was hosting, but I experienced hardly any hassle at all. Before I visited I'd read story...
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Food

Best advice: Wash your hands all the time, especially before eating. Take some antibacterial wipes with you, or carry an antibacterial hand gel. Morocco is a developing country and many people end up...
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Crossing the Road

The streets of Marrakech are the Wild West for pedestrians. No urban road system in Europe can touch this for madness. Pedestrian crossings are few, and where they exist they often don't work or are...
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Marrakech , Hammam Majorelle

This afternoon after a very relaxing hammam , before leaving the place , as I realized that my pants have been given back to me not in the ordered way as I delivered, I wanted to check my wallet...
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Top Hotels in Marrakesh

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66 derb jdid, Marrakech, 40040, Morocco
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34 Derb l'Hotel, Bab Doukala, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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1, Derb Assehbe - Bab Doukkala, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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6 rue Sidi Mimoun, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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10 bis Derb Chérif, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Derb Lalla Chacha 18, Douar Graoua, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Top Things to Do in Marrakesh

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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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Majorelle Gardens

These gardens were easily my favourite of the sights we saw in Marrakech on our 2009 visit. This may be because we visited them before my injury, when I was able to explore them properly, but I am...
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El Bahia Palace

My first thought on visiting the El Pahia Palace was that the one-time slave and his son who built it, Si Moussa and Ba Ahmed, did all right for themselves! This is an impressive and beautiful...
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Souks

North of the Djemaa el Fna lie the souks, a rabbit warren of lanes, many of them shaded with a lattice of wooden staves. They are both tourist attraction and local shopping centre, and the further...
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Medina

The Medina of Marrakech is encircled by ochre rampart walls which give the city its nickname of “the red city”. These walls, varying between eight to ten metres in height, date back to the 13th...
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Saadian Tombs

The Saadian Tombs date back to sultan Ahmad al Mansur in the 16. century, about 60 members of the Saadi dynasty are resting here. Opening times: Monday to Sunday from 9 am tto 6 pm Entrance fee is 20...
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Top 5 Marrakesh Writers

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suvanki

"Winter and Summer in Marrakesh"
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angiebabe

"Magical Marrakech"
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sue_stone

"Marrakech - Incredible but exhausting!"
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toonsarah

"Two times in Marrakech"
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johnsakura

"Red City of Marrakech"
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