As you embark on a gastronomic journey through Morocco, let your taste buds unravel the mysteries of a cuisine steeped in history and tradition. From the aromatic blend of spices in the tagines to the flaky layers of the pastries, each dish whispers secrets of the land, the people, and their stories. Follow the tantalizing scents through bustling medinas and quiet alleyways, and discover the hidden gems that await you at every turn.
Long lunches and dinners await at some of Morocco’s most famed restaurants, as well as cooking classes to learn the basics of this unique and fragrant cuisine. Walk the streets on tasting tours of Marrakesh’s Jemaa el-Fnaa, the tightly packed medina of Fes and the more modern marketplace of enigmatic Casablanca. Enjoy tastings at Morocco’s surprising wineries and revel in the hospitality of its people over a glass of mint tea.
In addition to the culinary delights Morocco has to offer, explore some of its extensive Roman sites, including the last outpost of the empire at Sala’a Colonia and the intricate mosaics of Volubilis. Visit a donkey retirement village, explore the UNESCO listed ksar of Ait Benhaddou and spend a night among a thousand stars in a desert camp at Agafay.
In this culinary adventure, let the food be your guide, and the enigma of Morocco will unfold before you.
Explore the blue village of Chefchaouen and dine at one of its most luxurious riads with a table famed for its gastronomy
Spend ‘a day in the life’ of a Berber family. Learn about their culture, how to cook their dishes and about their relationship with the land and its produce
Dine under the stars at Desert D’Agafay, enjoy the solitude of this desolate place while swapping stories and feasting at a luxury Berber camp
In addition to Morocco’s culinary delights explore its maze-like medinas and colourful shops, archaeological sites and give back with a visit to a donkey refuge that acts as a retirement village for the hardest workers in the country
On this Morocco food tour stay in some of the country’s most traditional and architecturally inspiring riads, locally owned and operated hotels as well as a stay in a luxury desert camp.
Minimum 6, maximum 15 in the group
This trip is run in conjunction with our friends at Inverted Atlas and led by Kristina Wilson.