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11 Days Morocco Food Tour .. Dive Into The Moroccan Culinary Art

Discover the Moroccan food culture during this private and gourmet Morocco food tour. Explore the secrets and delights of the traditional Moroccan cuisine with professional local guides, dive into the heart of the little corners hidden behind the walls of the old towns and discover the best addresses in the Medinas.
From small snacks to the best culinary dishes of Morocco: we have chosen to present the main local gastronomic specialties, through which you will have an idea of ​​the richness of the Moroccan culinary art.
During this rather exceptional guided Morocco food tour, you will also have the opportunity to visit the local markets and famous weekly Souks as well as enjoying generous moroccan meals that will make you experience the real taste of Morocco.

DAY 1: Casablanca to Rabat

Pick up at the airport upon arrival.Transfer to Rabat. Drop off the luggage at the Riad and freshen up/ rest. Later, go out and visit some of the sites of Rabat: the Chellah, Kasbah des Oudayas or Mohamed 5 mausoleum. later you can go for a drink by the pool at the terrace then have a tasty dinner at the restaurant of the Riad . Accommodation in a riad inside the medina.

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

After breakfast, visit the medina of Sale with a local university teacher and enter sites not accessible to the general public: the dungeons, the towers, etc. while also learning about the Moroccan pirates and the typical elements of a Moroccan medina from someone that is conducting its restoration. leave Rabat and travel into this scenic region between the Rif and Middle Atlas Mountains, and admire the green vineyards. Then, visit the Domaine de La ZOUINA to tour the cellars and sample the wines. Learn about the flavors and aromas, share the passion of the winemakers, choose to purchase your favorites, and finish with a traditional Moroccan lunch. Leave the wine country after lunch to get to Fes late Afternoon. Dinner and accommodation in a riad inside the medina.

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DAY 3: Fes

One day is hardly enough for all the wonders of the largest still standing enclosed city in the world and world- famous for its leather and metalwork to not mention the medersas or the leather tanneries, the 9500 derbs (narrow alleys), one of the oldest universities in the world and all the sounds, smells and sights that assault the senses. Fes conjures the image of the quintessential fabled Arab city as Baghdad at the time of the 1001 nights… Visit of the city with a local English speaking guide. Accommodation as per the previous night. Dinner on your own.

DAY 4: Fes Food Tour

Today is the day to go for Fes taste. After breakfast you will visit three different food souks that offer the opportunity to try traditional Moroccan street food including dried meats, milawi, harsha, briwats, spicy sardines, spicy potato cakes, soups, olives and more. At the honey souk you will be able to taste an array of delicious wild honeys, discuss their flavors and health-giving properties and find out why honey is so important in Moroccan cooking and Islamic culture.
Along with your local Morocco Food Tour guide you will investigate traditional cooking methods by visiting a furnatchi where the water for the communal bath house ‘hammam’ is also heated, and a 400 year old ‘furan’ or communal oven and bakery.
Look no further as the world of spices and their uses and the secrets will be in your hands. Explore the spice market and the male-oriented domain of the tea den under the guidance of a culinary leader and story-teller. Accommodation as previously. Dinner on your own

DAY 5: Fes – Ifrane – Cedar Forest – Midelt – Erfoud – Merzouga

After breakfast, our first stop is Ifrane and with its alpine chalets, trimmed gardens, leafy park surrounding a mountain fed lake, you could almost be in … Switzerland. Pretty walks are to be had in these forests where the cheeky Barbary macaque roam, to the delight of the visitors- keep your snacks close… The surrounding countryside is pigmented by apricots, walnut and pictures of rural Berber life as we approach Midelt. We will stop for some very traditional meal at the village of Zaida where we can buy our own meat from the Boucher and have the guy nearby grill it for us with some local Moroccan salads. After lunch cross the Ziz gorges where the first palm groves come into sight. A few hours later we arrive in Erfoud and you can already scent the desert… In Rissani, visit the Jewish district. Arrive in Merzouga later in the afternoon. Dinner and accommodation in a hotel facing the sand dunes.

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DAY 6: Erg Chebbi Desert

Spend the day exploring the area. Pry out fossils, have tea with the nomads and try the local ‘pizza’, join in for a dance with the Gnawa, visit the old mines, scout for rock engravings or pre – Islamic tombs, among others. You can also try quad biking or sand surfing. Late afternoon, get taken to your desert camp, to arrive there in time for sunset. Dinner and accommodation in private tents with ensuite shower and toilets

Day 7: Merzouga – Todra gorges – Skoura

Have breakfast at the camp to then jump in the 4x4s and continue your journey. Further on, in Tinejdad, visit a traditional fortified ksour village and its wells of light. Todra Gorges, lie only 15 km from Tinerir, presenting an arresting spectacle with its crystal clear river emerging from it, its huge walls changing colour to magical effect as the day unfolds. Later, reach the Valley of Roses, Dades gorges and then the palm grove of Skoura. Dinner and accommodation in a lodge at the heart of the palm grove.

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

In the morning, have a guided visit of the palm grove with a local guide and learn about the traditional irrigation, the architecture of the kasbahs, the local marriage customs and more. Leave Skoura to then cross through Ouarzazate and arrive at UNESCO world site Ait Benhaddou. Have a wander around the adobe honey- comb citadel, home to such blockbusters as Gladiator or Game of Thrones. Take on the High Atlas mountains and its windy dramatic turns and cross the Tizi n Tichka pass at 2165 meters. Descend upon Marrakech in the evening. Dinner and accommodation in a riad inside the medina.

DAY 9 : Marrakech Visit Of The City

Visit of the city with our local English speaking guide. Since you probably had visited a few medersas in Fes, the best is to start with the Bahia Palace and the ruined Badi Palace. Next door, the imposing marble columns of the golden dynasty , the Saadis, adorn the mausoleums. The small yet very richly decorated Douiria is a fine example of crafts and architecture from two centuries ago. Make some time to sample UNESCO world site Jemaa El Fna square by night, the ideal place to people- watch: the musicians, acrobats, snake charmers, henna tattooers and the food stalls. Accommodation as per the previous night. Dinner on your own.

DAY 10 : Marrakech Food Tour

Today we suggest discovering Marrakech a little differently. Your guide for the day will take you around the medina and uncover for you each component of the food circuit inside the old town: the mechoui lamb ovens, the preserved vegetables, the farnatchi stove, the herbs and spices shop, the local butcher and finally the souika market where you will bargain for vegetables and grains. She will also point out the different sites and monuments of Marrakech on the way. Then, in the shade of a traditional riad, you will be assisted by Moroccan dadas in making your own Moroccan meal. Have a free afternoon. Before dinner, we recommend a coffee or drink at the legendary La Mamounia. Accommodation as per the previous night. Dinner on your own.

Day 11 : Marrakech – Casablanca

Have breakfast to then take the highway to Casablanca. Drop off at the airport two hours before your flight. End of your Morocco Food tour.

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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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