things to do
1. TESTING MOROCCO FOOD
1. Testing Morocco Food
1- Eating couscous and tagine:
Morocco visitors for sure they will love savoring the flavors, seeing the regional variety, and getting to really appreciate how long each dish took to prepare. Tagine (cooked with meat, dates, nuts, cumin, turmeric, cinnamon, and saffron in a clay pot) was by far my favorite Moroccan dish. Also worth trying is the Berber omelet, which is egg, tomato, onion, and herbs, also cooked in a clay pot.
2- Drinking mint tea :
Travel to Morocco its amazing experience . In a country where “having a beer” is not a thing, locals substitute pots mint tea, There’s even an art to pouring it: the higher the teapot, the better. I couldn’t get enough of this minty, sugary treat and sitting in the tea shops watching soccer with the locals. I must have drunk a pot or two a day. Man, that stuff is addicting!
3- Moroccan Chicken Bastilla
Moroccan chicken Bastilla is Morocco’s famous rendition of a savory pie, and it simply doesn’t get better than this. Traditionally pigeons were the birds of choice, but here chicken is cooked with saffron, ginger, pepper and cinnamon, then layered within crispy warqa pastry with an herb-laden omelet and and fried almonds scented with orange flower water. An utterly amazing fusion of flavors and textures.
You’ll find all kinds of soups served in Moroccan homes and restaurants, but this one stands out from the crowd for being uniquely Moroccan and very much loved throughout the country. Variations are countless, but typically harira is a tomato-based soup laden with lentils and chickpeas.
Moroccan roasted lamb, referred to as mechoui, is perhaps best sampled in Marrakesh, where whole lamb is roasted in deep pits with smoldering araar wood. But worry not; you need not dig a hole in your backyard if you want to try roasted lamb at home.
2- Marrakech sightseeing
With its warm days, busy nights and abundant fragrances, Marrakech is a fascinating city for even the most discerning traveller. Though a booming tourism industry can stifle some of its charms, there are still ways to get a touch of magic in ‘The Red City’.
While many people may associate this thousand-year-old Moroccan city with labyrinthine alleyways and snake charmers, Marrakech is actually equal parts ancient and mode
imperial cities and desert
1- Morocco Imperial cities holidays In this tour the travelers will have the opportunity to discover and compare between medieval ages and actual lifestyle so our expertise team will give this experience with our professional guide
- Morocco desert tours it’s amazing and wonderful which all Morocco travelers must do it; A visit to the Moroccan Sahara desert is definitely an experience everyone should have at least once in their lifetime. It is a journey well worth the effort and you will have fond memories to last you forever. Imagine yourself on a camel ride, trekking through the rolling orange Sahara desert of Erg Chebbi Dunes. There is nothing around you and all you can hear are the footsteps of the camel on the soft sand. The sky is vast and clear in the day and filled with millions of bright stars at night. It is a very peaceful experience, one raley known to most of the Western World