All that You Need to Know about Moroccan Cooking
Moroccan cuisine is delicious , distinctive and diverse . The cooks use fresh spices in a perfect harmony . There is a magic in Moroccan food that you need to discover. The berber food has kept its integrity despite the outside influences . Here food is always a big celibration and the Moroccans are proud of . You will be picked up from your hotel for one hour walk into the food Market. Drive to your guest house to learn how you can cook one of the local dishes . The cooking class will take place in a riad or moroccan house where you will be the guest and the host at the same time and you will eat what you have cooked yourself. You will finish your tour by enjoying your mint tea and moroccan pastries.
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Camel ride experience
19 $ per person
Marrakech with its fortified architecture , old palmerey and saharan climate gives you the desert atmosphere. If you do not have time and you like desert camel rides this tour will be a great fun for you and your family . You will be picked up from your hotel to the north of Marrakech . From here you will start your camel ride . Explore the immense palmerey of the city . Stop to have some mint tea in a bedwin tent before returning to your private car . Drive arround the outside walls and take some photos of some of the high lights and monumental gates of the Medina before you return back to your hotel or dropped off in any place in the city.
et against the backdrop of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, Assoufid Golf Club’s 18-hole, par-72 golf course winds its way through a unique, naturally undulating desert landscape. Located 10 km from Marrakech’s Medina – a UNESCO World Heritage site, Assoufid Golf Club provides golfers with an exceptional golfing experience that is excitingly diverse and challenging.
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Marrakech by bicycle
For a unique discovery of the red city, our circuit passes first through the Hivernage district, the first residence of foreigners in Marrakech. We continue through the new town of Gueliz, passing two buildings of remarkable architecture, the Royal Theatre and the railway station.
We follow the famous walls, passing the legendary Mamounia Hotel, crossing the garden of Agdal and penetrating the closed area of the Kasbah. Arriving at the old Jewish quarter, we continue by narrow streets to the famous Jemaa el Fna.We will have a break in front of the mausolée of one of seven saints of the city.We continue thru the médina to reach the bab doukkala.Our tour finished by passing by the old marché central de Gueliz.
This circuit is ideally suited to urban bike safety, bringing you closer to Marrakchi life.