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Wonderful show, excellent food, beautiful setting. Well worth the price of the ticket. We had an unforgettable evening. :-
Was a wonderful experience - the food was abundant and very tasty. A great time and very fun.
Delicious cuisine accompanied a great show with singing, dancing, etc
My wife Lorraine was quite concerned as we set off with 2 other couples and 2 tour guys into the backblocks of Marrakech, she whispered to me, "I think we are going to disappear into the desert and never be seen again". All of a sudden we were there at this fantastic enormous place like out of a fairy tale.
The food was great, the people and their costumes were great, the show was great.
Fantasia was the highlight of our stay in Morocco
Very glad we did this. The complex where the show is held is wonderful. While neither the food nor the show are the best I've ever experienced they were fine for what this is and it was great to see the costumes of various tribes and the little Berber museum. As part of the dinner we were served a whole shoulder of lamb on a large platter-never had it that way. And we were picked up at our hotel with an English speaking guide who was great,
Was a very beautiful evening ! Nobody who comes in Marrakech don't must miss Fantasia Show ! Especialy the photos which you coul made in the evening !
Excellent tour, we were taken by coach to the Moroccan Dinner and Cultural Show. The meal was very good and the show was very exciting witht eh Berbers showing their brilliant skills with the horses.
The location for the dinner is great! The dancers and show are very good. The whole family was entertained.
Robert Albert B
We were collected punctually and accompanied by an English speaking guide throughout. A great experience which must not be missed. Superb food and entertainment
This show was a genuine event, full of character and interest, plus entertaining. Just keep a complete open mind as to what lies before you as you will gradually warm to the events that follow. The meal was excellent, as was the final event of horse men risking their limbs. The charges were quite spectacular, worth waiting for at the end. Well done.
It was excellent value for money and thoroughly enjoyable. The feast was superb value!
A fantastic evening, and a great finale to a brilliant holiday in Marrakech!
Our family of two adults and two teenage children had a really nice experience. The Food was really good, plenty to eat and also a chance to meet new people. you wont come back hungry,
The dances that take place during the meal were good, makes a good talking point. But it does go on for a bit to long we felt.
The evening show was good, the horses and riders were fantastic, the belly dancer was disappointing, the over lights made it difficult to see at times.
we thought it was a good over all experience
Awesome. Food was tasty and entertainment was cool. Would recommend.
Excellent food and experience to get integrated with the music, culture ( if you are willing to express yourself with the cultural teams
Such a tremendous warm welcome at the Chez Ali by everyone there. They put up a spectacular show but I was a little was disappointed; I almost missed the flying carpet. It was too far away, did not know that this was going to happen (maybe because it was told in Arabic). The food was nothing special except in the presentation. The entertainment was just splendid, couldn't get enough. The place was magical, out of a story book.
There were some glitches with transportation because it was not easy to reach the local transport company as we were not staying in one of the regular hotels. Thankfully our Riad concierge was able to make arrangements and we made it to the show. The dinner was high on atmosphere but fair on food quality. We enjoyed the dancers and musicians from various regions who entered to entertain us. The soup and the lamb were good but the couscous was rather bland and uninteresting. Instead of the advertised Moroccan pastries, we were given butter cookies. The show itself was fun, and the setting was beautiful.