The taste of Marrakech

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Tasting Marrakech Tasting Marrakech curates personalised medina tours. If you’re staying in Marrakech and feel that you’d like to see more of the local side of life, a personalised tour of the Moroccan street food, cafes, and neighbourhood gems will tick all the boxes. Your tour with Tasting Marrakech will include all…

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Atlas Mountains and Sahara Desert Morocco

The spirit of community in Morocco

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The question, "is it safe to visit Morocco?", is becoming timeworn and has already been debated. You would be better-served to ask, "what can I expect in Morocco?", if you've already concluded that you're visiting. If you are still having doubts (it is North Africa after all!) I would urge...
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Our Top 5 Things to Do in Morocco

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You can’t possibly do and see everything that Morocco has to offer in one trip. If you can experience our top 5 things to do in Morocco that will be eye-opening enough (and, hopefully, inspire you to visit us again!).

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Snakes, boars and lions – hiking the Ameln Valley

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The wild boar meant business. Blocking our path more effectively than even Gandalf would have done, he gave a haughty snort of derision and impatiently scratched at the ground, sending clouds of dust swirling into our faces…

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