Street food Tasting

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Street food Tasting

Buckle up! Get ready for your taste buds to be spiked from sweet and savory flavors.
Once in Marrakech, follow your nose through the streets of the different souks. The Ablouh souk has the best and tastiest variety of marinated olives with different types of oil, herbs, and spices. The moment you try them, you will understand why this is considered one of the main tasty snacks in Morocco.
Then your tour guide will take you to this unusual colorful Souk in the heart of the old Medina, Souk Rahba Qdima where your nose will travel through times with every step you take through this Souk, from the usual exotic spices you use on an everyday basis to new ones you never heard of, you will be amazed by its colors and the spikes of each one of them. Some of them are used for homemade dishes and some of them are used to make potions believed to cure illnesses. This mix of African and Arabian cultures can’t be found elsewhere.
We will also visit other souks with a new variety of products such as different types of dates, vegetables, fruits, fresh herbs … not only this, but you will be on a date with quite the tastiest dishes made from scratch. The famous Tanjia, roasted lambs or Mechoui which is made in a pit oven. And don’t forget to try the famous soup Harira that is very known in Morocco and especially consumed in the holy month of Ramadan.
After this savory trip, we will head back to Djemaa El Fena Square at sunset time where it’s going to be busy with everyone going out and about trying to enjoy the charming atmosphere of this square and enjoying the tales of storytellers, the magic of snake-charmers, the fascinating sword-swallowers, the talented henna tattooists…
Here we will also try different juices from sweet almond juices to freshly squeezed orange juices, you will also admire the country yard and traditional Moroccan decorations in the soft rugs, the detailed mosaics, the colorful lamps, and the fountains. All of this and more you would be enjoying while sipping on your favorite cup of mint tea and munching on the different traditional pastries and cookies.
This trip is completely personalized to match your food preferences, diet, and allergies.