Marrakech, Morocco
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Overview

Taste your way through Marrakech’s best treats on a half-day cycling tour of the city that combines exploring and cuisine. Join a local guide for a trip down winding streets and back alleys, stopping to try tagine, fresh bread, argan oil, nuts, olives, and sweets. Both morning and afternoon departures are available for this gourmet bike tour, which includes cycling equipment and all tastings.
  • Gourmet bike tour of Marrakech
  • Try samples of Moroccan food
  • Learn about local food culture
  • Choice of morning or afternoon departure
  • Includes a bike and helmet
  • Group size limited to 15 people for personal service

Reviews

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L
, Apr 2018

OMG. This trip was the highlight of the trip for our family. If you are a physically active family craving an adrenalin rush while getting a locals perspective of Marrakech then here it is. My family loved dodging cars, motor bikes, people and horses around town. The guide also has lots of biking experience and can organize tailored outings to fit your needs...say mountain biking in the Atlas or outside of Marrakech.

B
, Jan 2018

GREAT tour w/local guide Simor L. Saw and ate wonderful food that only a local would know of. Best breakfast (it sounds weird but it was delish) chickpea porridge and lunch of chicken tangine with beans was sooooo good. Biking was level. Simor is competent and fun. Recommend this!

a
, Jan 2018

good bike ride but be warned - this is NOT a food tour. We were expecting to stop off at various points to sample the different local cuisines but such wasn't the case we had a meal and some orange juice and that was about it. the cycling through the bustling streets of marrakech was daunting but fun though.

N
, Oct 2017

Had a very cool afternoon with Mohammed L. he is a very cool guide whom really let you experience Marakkesh in a different way. We have been in places and eaten food which we normally would never had done if it was not for him.

I
, Oct 2017

This tour was great! Our guide Mohammed L was so full of energy even though he had been fasting all day.

M
, Jun 2017

Try not to do this during Ramadan. That's a sun up to sundown fast. Limits food choices. I give it 3 and a half stars. Better than walking tour. Could have done more historical sites, fewer merchants. But then all the tour guides take you into the spice shops and rug dealers, et al. Best was the grilled sardines. Deboned by hand. A kick sandwiching through the Medina.

C
, Jun 2017

This is highly recommended. Our guide Mohammed G was fantastic - very friendly and very knowledgeable about Marrakech. As well as amazing food you will learn of the history of the city. This is a great way to see and learn about Marrakech and was the highlight of our stay.

M
, Jun 2017

Great way to see and experience the city up close and personal: Mohammad L was a great host and really took his time to navigate us through the streets and traffic and explain all the sights and history. Highly recommended and be sure to bring some shorts...I booked the trip as a surprise for my husband and he was wearing fitted pants...Mohammad went as far as providing shorts and sun screen to ensure the most comfortable ride Best way to see the city and do Marrakech.

J
, May 2017

Muhammed L was the perfect guide. We tasted some wonderful local food in perfect Marrakech old city. Followed by an exciting cycle ride through the side streets and in between the riads of the old city.

Highly recommend

J
, Apr 2017

My sister and I did this tour on our first day in Marrakesh. It's a great way of orientating yourself with the city and taking away any fears you might have of the traffic and crossing the roads. We had 3 food stops: a breakfast of lentils and chickpeas with bread in a street cafe with not a tourist in sight, early lunch overlooking Jemma el-fnaa for a tagina the spelling might not be correct different from a tagine. A tagina is cooked in an urn-shaped vessel, then a traditional tagine in a local cafe at the end of the tour. We took in and stopped at a number of sights including at a traditional pharmacy. This was my third visit to Marrekesh and the best part of the visit this time around.


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