This small-group culinary tour of Morocco is designed in collaboration with Experience Morocco, our local partner, to provide guests with an in-depth understanding and hands-on experience of Moroccan cuisine and culture. Planned for a group of 12, this exciting program will begin on January 25th, 2019 and end on February 6th, 2019. This is Aliza’s third tour of marvelous Morocco.


Expert guided tasting tour of Fes medina

Making royal herb tea

Spice Workshop with Master Blender in Marrakech:

A few of the spices in Ras el Hanout

Hands-on Cooking Classes

Making bread dough with Warfa

Local markets visits 

At the Skoura weekly market

Dining experiences at  local favorites 

Dar Naji in Rabat



Enjoy the sophisticated cuisine of Marrakech

Tajine of lamb and vegetables 


We begin in Rabat, gateway to Morocco

Leading the way through the alleys of the medina

Visit to the legendary blue town of Chefchaouen:

Blue houses and winding alleyways in Chefchaouen

Explore the byways of Fes, craft capital of Morocco:

Donkeys deliver all the goods in the Fes medina

Highlights of busy, cosmopolitan Casablanca

The magnificent Hassan II Mosque

Experience the coastal art town of Essaouira, with its active fishing port

Painted doorway in the old Jewish quarter

We end in legendary Marrakech where history, arts, and style converge:

A trio of musicians at our gala dinner playing traditional instruments

Price for the 12-day tour is $5,863 per person (double occupancy)

Tour pricing includes:

• Accommodation at leading properties

• Breakfasts, lunches & dinners as indicated in the program

• All activities detailed in the program, including entrance fees

 • Private Minibus with WiFi + professional driver

•  Snacks and bottled water

• English-speaking national tour guide throughout

(Not included are airfare, travel insurance, tips, alcoholic drinks, and any meals not listed)

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Day hike in the Imlil region of the High Atlas Mountains and discovery of the Berber way of life.