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11-Day Morocco Food Tour: Delve into Moroccan Culinary Art

An immersive dive into the rich culinary traditions of Morocco awaits you in this 11-day Morocco Food Tour. Explore the best gastronomic delights that this vibrant country has to offer with local experts guiding you through hidden corners of ancient medinas From street food to gourmet dishes, discover the full spectrum of Moroccan cuisine.

Day 1: Arrival in Casablanca – Transfer to Rabat

Once you arrive at Casablanca, you will be met and transferred to your Riad at Rabat. After checking in at your riad, take a gentle walk to such iconic locations as Chellah, Kasbah des Oudayas or Mohamed V Mausoleum within Rabat. Enjoy a drink by the pool terrace before having dinner. You will stay overnight in a riad inside the Medina.

Day 2: Rabat – Meknes – Domaine Zouina Winery – Fes

Begin your day with breakfast then go on guided tour Sale Medina by an expert local university teacher. Get information about Moroccan pirates and venture into places like dungeons and towers among others which have access limitations. Onward journey through attractive vineyards between Rif and Middle Atlas Mountains reaching Fes later in the afternoon for dinner and overnighting in a riad within its medina Make a stopover at Domaine de la Zouina winery where visitors tour cellars for wine tasting followed by traditional Moroccan lunch. Arrive Fes late afternoon for dinner and overnight stay in a medina riad.

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Day 3: Fes for exploration

Discover how amazing Fes is, the largest walled city in the world. It is famous for its leather and metal works. Inside the medina of Fes are some 9,500 narrow streets, historical madrasas, a tannery specializing in leatherware and one of the most ancient universities on earth. The guide you will have speaks English and hails from this area. Take dinner independently and spend the night in your riad.

Day 4: Touring Fez Food

Today remember to stomach the sumptuous recipes prepared in Fez. Once you reach there go to one food souk after another so that you can taste some of their typical street foods such as dried meat, milawi ,harsha,briwats ,spicy sardines among others. You may also desire to take a look at honey souk where different varieties of wild honey are sold including their flavors and health benefits. Go first to a furnatchi and then join other tourists at a 400-year-old communal oven where traditional cooking methods are taught again. Also visit spice market –as before, stay overnight; dine alone.

Day 5: Fes-Ifrane-Cedar Forest-Midelt-Erfoud-Merzouga

Proceed to Ifrane in the morning after breakfast due to its alpine-type chalets as well as gardens. Follow this with more forests housing Barbary macaques along with picturesque Berber countryside en-route. Have a local roasted meat meal with salads at Zaida place . Get over Ziz Gorges as well as pass through Rissani Jewish quarter lastly heading towards Merzouga for dinner and lodging at dunes-facing hotel.

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Day 6: Erg Chebbi Desert Exploration

Spend the day exploring the Sahara Desert. Search for fossils, have tea with nomads, taste local ‘pizza’, and join in a Gnawa dance. Visit old mines, rock engravings, and pre-Islamic tombs. Try quad biking or sand surfing. Arrive at your desert camp in time for sunset, with dinner and an overnight stay in private tents with ensuite facilities.

Day 7: Merzouga – Todra Gorges – Skoura

Enjoy breakfast at the camp before continuing your journey in a 4×4. Visit a traditional ksour village in Tinejdad and explore the spectacular Todra Gorges. Travel through the Valley of Roses and Dades Gorges before reaching the palm groves of Skoura. Dinner and overnight stay in a lodge within the palm grove.

Day 8: Skoura – Ouarzazate – Ait Ben Haddou – Marrakech

Begin the day with a guided tour of Skoura’s palm grove, learning about traditional irrigation and local customs. Depart for Ouarzazate, then visit the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ait Benhaddou. Journey through the High Atlas Mountains, crossing the Tizi n’Tichka pass, and arrive in Marrakech by evening. Dinner and overnight in a riad within the medina.

Day 9: Marrakech City Tour

Explore Marrakech with an English-speaking guide, visiting the Bahia Palace, Badi Palace, and Saadian Tombs. Experience Jemaa el-Fna square at night, a UNESCO World Heritage site filled with musicians, acrobats, and food stalls. Overnight stay in your riad; dinner on your own.

Day 10: Marrakech Food Tour

Discover Marrakech’s culinary secrets with your guide. Visit the mechoui lamb ovens, preserved vegetable stands, farnatchi stove, spice shops, and the local butcher. Shop for ingredients in the souika market and prepare your own Moroccan meal with the help of local dadas. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon and evening with a coffee or drink at La Mamounia before dinner. Overnight stay in your riad.

Day 11: Marrakech – Casablanca

After breakfast, travel to Casablanca. Arrive at the airport two hours before your flight, marking the end of your unforgettable Morocco Food Tour.

Embark on this 11-day Morocco Food Tour for an extraordinary culinary adventure, discovering the heart and soul of Moroccan cuisine. Book now for an experience that tantalizes your taste buds and enriches your travel memories.

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Famous cooking books written by forigners who loved The Morocco Food check the links below:
The Food of Morocco by Paula Wolfert at Amazon
Cooking at the Kasbah by Kitty Morse at Amazon
Morocco: A Culinary Journey by Jeff Koehler at Amazon

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