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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
From EUR55.00
 
Sunset Camel Ride in the Palm Grove of Marrakech
"Your camel ride kicks off with an afternoon pickup at your hotel in Marrakech. Meet your driver and buckle up for a short but comfortable ride. Stop first at a traditional Berber house where you will sit down for tea with the family and learn about their lives and customs. Continue in the minivan to the Palmeraie. Meet your camel when you arrive at the lush palm grove and learn the correct way to mount and sit on one. These majesti you will travel back to your hotel in Marrakech.""""Discover Marrakech’s verdant oasis from the top of a camel on this sunset camel ride through the Palmeraie a huge palm grove a short drive from the city. After being picked up at your Marrakech hotel or riad you’ll visit a Berber house and have mint tea with the family
From EUR40.00
 
Private Tour: Essaouira Day Trip from Marrakech
"Your private full-day trip to the charming seaport of Essaouira begins with morning pickup at your Marrakech hotel. Enjoy a leisurely scenic drive in an air-conditioned vehicle as you peer out of the window at Morocco’s breathtaking landscape and village and you might also see local goats climbing the trees to eat the berries they produce. Next arrive at your destination: the blue-and-white fishing town of Essaouira. The time here is yours to use for exploring at your leisure. Stroll the quays as the fishermen pull in with the catch of the day. Photograph the candy-colored fishing boats. Pull u where local artists sell their crafts and wares including marquetry a craft in which different woods are inlaid on boxes or other objects to make beautiful patterns. Marquetry is an Essaouira specialty. Be sure to save some time toward the end of the day to relax on the tranquil beach before returning to Marrakech in the""
From EUR140.00

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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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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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Ali Ben Youssef Medersa

This former Koranic school no longer functions as such and thus offers the non Muslim visitor a relatively rare opportunity to see inside a traditional religious building (mosques and active medersas...
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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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El Badi Palace

The El Badi Palace is one of the oldest monuments in Marrakech, dating from the late 16th century. The name means “Incomparable”, reflecting its original grandeur – materials such as Italian marble,...
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Top Warnings and Dangers in Marrakesh

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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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