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Excellent food and experience to get integrated with the music, culture ( if you are willing to express yourself with the cultural teams
Overall, my experience at the Fantasia Moroccan Dinner show was satisfactory. We were running late as our guide was early picking us up for dinner. The bus we were on was packed with about thirty people. Mostly Americans like ourselves. Age range was quite drastic. There were about five kids with their families who were on this tour. Having gone on many Viator tours/activities this was my first time seeing kids on "tour." The dinner was very bland and poorly serviced. It consisted of a wide range of traditional Moroccan dishes. Our guide was friendly and would refer to me as "California" being that I was the only person from California in his group. The show was entertaining, but feel short in many ways. It was just a nice way to spend an evening put it at that. If you have the time and looking for something to do in Marrakech at night I'd recommend this tour.
I am giving this 2 stars simply because my daughter really enjoyed the show otherwise it would have gotten 1 or less. This is not worth the money. It is VERY touristy. The meal was quick and only ok with dessert being one small prepackaged butter cookie like you would buy at your local grocery. Drinks are not included. The show was ok but not fantastic. My daughter liked the dancing and music but she is too young to notice how miserable the dancers looked while performing. Just not a good experience, sorry!
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.
not what i had hoped, however the guide was very nice and thoughtful about it...there was too much interference by the dancing troups when we were having dinner and also asking or expecting money. the carpet show was a waste of money as could not even see it, however liked the horses show...the place was well beautiful but not used to potential.
Our tour guide on the bus was doing his best to be entertaining and although he spoke three languages, his English was difficult to understand. He started telling us jokes which I found fairly crude and sexist - but I don't feel he was trying to be that way.
The dinner was ok but not the greatest. Drinks were expensive. The show was very loud but generally entertaining - probably went a bit too long and some of the cast looked like they would prefer to be elsewhere.
Not a bad night overall.
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.
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.
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 !
The vegetarian food option was poor. The event in the ring had no commentary or explanation.
This was a brilliant show, really enjoyed it and the food was amazing! If you go to Marrakech this is a must do!
A very good evening, but quite amteurish. Food excellent and plentiful.
This is what WE saw: Whenever the guns or rifles or whatever they were, were shot into the air, the horses panicked. They were whipped - yes literally, poked and beaten by the riders. Horses were panicked, were buckling all over the place. It was AWFUL. We left in tears. Barbaric