One of the most fun things to do in the souks of Marrakech is to explore the food vendors. Among the hundreds of varieties there is one for oranges, one for dried fruits and my favorite, the vendor of olives. … Read more..
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Maybe one of the best things about warm climates is the ability to grow fresh produce year-round. This was a beautiful pomegranate tree I saw in a Berber village in Marrakech.
KASBAH TAMADOT – ATLAS MOUNTAINS, MOROCCO Rating: 9.0 We didn’t think that Morocco could possibly get any better than what we had already experienced, but then came the last stop of our amazing trip, the Kasbah Tamadot. Tamadot is owned by … Read more..
KSAR CHAR-BAGH – MARRAKECH, MOROCCO Djnan Abiad, La Palmeraie B.P. 2449, 40000 Rating: 9.2 The Ksar Char-Bagh is a tiny hotel in the Palmeraie and belongs to the Relais & Châteaux collection. With only 13 rooms on an awe inspiring … Read more..
BO ZIN – MOROCCO Route de l’Ourika 3,5km Marakech 40000 Morocco Rating: 7.3 Bo Zin was another universally recommended restaurant that we booked. While it is neither really Moroccan cuisine, nor is it located directly inside the city, it is … Read more..
PALAIS NAMASKAR – THE PALMERAIS, MARRAKECH Route de Bab Atlas, No.88/69, Province Syba, Marrakech Morocco Rating: 8.5 We had one night at one of the most beautiful hotels I have ever been to, the Palais Namaskar. Namaskar opened just this … Read more..
TERRACE DES EPICES – MARRAKECH, MOROCCO 15, souk Cherifia. Sidi Abdelaziz. Marrakech Médina Rating: 6.5 Situated high above all the hustle and bustle of the souks is a quiet little terrace to escape for a nice lunch. To be fair, … Read more..
LE COMPTOIR – MARRAKECH, MOROCCO Avenue Echouhada Marrakesh 40000, Morocco Rating: 6.5 Nightlife in Marrakech is interesting because as a Muslim city there is not much public drinking. The main square and souks are entirely dry so you need to know … Read more..
AL FASSIA – MARRAKECH, MOROCCO 55, boulevard Zerktouni – Résidence Tayeb 1er Marrakech Rating: 9.2 I was admittedly quite surprised at how progressive Morocco is in their treatment and views of women. There were many female-run businesses such as Berber communes for women … Read more..