God, People, King, is the Monarchy of Morocco’s poetic trademark. Engage, Enrich, Explore, Entice and Discover is the poetic verse that will come to life when you visit Morocco on a private, Luxury Tour. Travel enthusiasts seeking a Luxury Tour can anticipate being led by Expert Moroccan Guides who will serve as both historian and host during your trip. As you are guided through Morocco’s Imperial Cities, Royal Palaces, Majestic Mosques and Adobe Villages you may anticipate seeing the country through another set of eyes. Hearing Stories about the Jewish Mellah’s, Trekking through the High Atlas Mountains, Visiting Berber villages and a taking a Journey off the beaten path to discover Morocco’s hidden treasures in the Sahara Desert, is just the beginning. Berber Villages is just the beginning. The best Morocco luxury tours guarantee a pairing of adventure and exploration, offering an authentic travel experience.
On a Luxury Tour led expert licensed Moroccan historical guides you will navigate Morocco’s old cities, gardens, sacred spaces, monuments, heritage sites and mosques. Having an experienced Moroccan guide who is multilingual during your Luxury Tour is key to going off the beaten path and discovering the best Morocco has to offer.
A professional licensed, expert historical guide is also a good listener and capable of answering almost any questions about Morocco that you may have. Licensed Morocco historical guides also carry an official license that looks similar to a drivers license. All official licensed guides authorized to enter the historic cities of Morocco and take trips with guests must receive an official license from the Moroccan Ministry of Tourism.
Enrich your mind and body with a Luxurious Moroccan Spa Treatment. Learn the Secrets of Moroccan Beauty. The Moroccan hammam (hamam; from Arabic ḥammām) is the North African variant of a steam bath. Hammam’s have played an important role in cultures of the Middle-East and North Africa serving as places of social gathering, ritual cleansing and with special customs attached to them. Go native yet upmarket by visiting a Moroccan luxury hammam. Get scrubbed from head to toe with luxurious rose or Argan oil, have your skin clay-glazed for the ultimate softness, and sip mint tea with a glorious garden view. The process of a hammam is similar to that of a sauna, but is more closely related to the ancient Roman bathing practices.
Each property features bespoke amenities such as courtyards with trickling fountains, rooftop terraces with city scapes, luxurious beauty treatments and private dining options whereby you are immersed in exotic Moroccan flavors. Wall-to-wall gardens and magnificent tile work are some of the signature features of Moroccan luxury riads, unmatched.
Morocco’s intimate guest houses and luxury lodges within the rural regions are often located in lush palm groves or nestled in between mountains, offering a reflection the country’s ethos. Luxury tented camps with hotel like amenities, en suite, are offered on a private basis both the Sahara Desert and Agafay Desert.
Part of the journey is a Sunset Camel Trek and a Five course 1001 Arabian Nights Dinner under the Moroccan Stars. Topped by Desert Music at a Luxury Camp in the Golden Sahara this Southern Morocco experience is one not to be missed.
Meander the Backstreets of Fes for a Tasting Tour in the Souks, Bake Bread and Sip Aromatic Mint Tea with a Berber Family in the Saghro Mountains. Eat Couscous & Meet Cave Dwellers in the Valley of Nomads. Indulge in a private, women’s Henna Party.
A Tasting Tour in Fes includes visiting three different food souks allowing the chance to try traditional Moroccan street food including dried meats, milawi, harsha, briwats, spicy sardines, spicy potato cakes, soups, olives and more. At the honey souk we’re you’ll be able to taste an array of delicious wild honeys, discuss their flavors and health-giving properties and find out why honey is so important in Moroccan cooking and Islamic culture. The bakers in the group, may investigate traditional cooking methods by visiting a furnatchi where the water for the communal bath house ‘hammam’ is also heated, and a 400 year old ‘furan’ or communal oven and bakery.
Discover the world of spices and their uses. and the secrets of the male-oriented domain of the tea den under the guidance of a culinary leader and story-teller. Or learn to bake bread in the 400 year old community oven with the baker overseeing your hands-on efforts. Take your hot bread to the honey souk to try it with 8 artisanal wild honeys, aged butter or khlia, spicy dried beef.
Prepare yourself for a Cooking Class, Led by a Dada Chef where you will Learn how to Make a Tagine along with Moroccan cuisine traditions that you can test back home when you host your next dinner party.
The Moroccan Culinary Experience is not to be missed. Acooking class led by a dada (traditional Moroccan cook) or a chef held at a kitchen in the medina or in a palmeraie garden setting is one of the best options to consider. Classes are usually a total of 4 hours with an option of an add on of wines tasting accompaniment Small groups are an option or a private one-on-one experience is also available. Participants work alongside a translator (Arabic/English/French), using easy-to-use modern equipment found in everyday kitchens. At the end of each class, participants dine on the meal they have prepared. At a typical half-day cooking class, one learns to prepare an appetizer and a main dish, or a main dish and dessert.
Shop in sun-trenched bazars that were once a leading trading hub. Moroccan Spice Markets are just the beginning as you navigate souks in search of pointy colored slippers, soft leather goods, hand painted pottery, brassware and exceptional antiques. You can even learn how to make your own caftan!
Whether or not you are a big shopper, going to a Souk is a cultural experience that should not be missed on a trip to Morocco. Find the medina, the central and oldest part of the city, and your journey has almost begun. If you feel slightly overwhelmed when you enter a lively area filled with artisan shops, aromatic bakeries, and excited shopkeepers eager meet you, you have found the souk.
Upon a visit to any souk, you will notice stall after stall of the most brilliantly colored bins of spices. Spices are the defining point to any authentic Moroccan meal and are also known to be used for their medicinal value. If you have ever wondered what makes Moroccan food taste so delightful, rest assured that it is a set group of specific spices. Although some of Morocco’s spices are imported from the East, most are indigenous to Morocco.
Saunter through the basket and rug souks where you will find luxurious woven hand made pieces with natural fibers such as wool, cotton, grass and cane. Dip into Moroccan Concept Stores that sell artisan pieces made by local designers which offer a chic take on traditional goods.
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