Celebrate an evening in Marrakech with this 4-hour dinner-and-show experience. Travel to the venue on the city’s outskirts and visit an authentic Moroccan tent for a traditional 5-course dinner of dishes like couscous and slow-cooked ‘tagine’ stew. Be entertained by folkloric songs and dances, and watch a circus-style show featuring belly dancers, acrobats, flying carpet stunts, mock horseback battles, and more. Return air-conditioned transport and central hotel pickup and drop-off included.
4-hour Moroccan dinner and Fantasia show experience in Marrakech
Feast on a traditional Moroccan dinner inside a beautiful tent
Be entertained by folkloric music and dance as you eat
Experience a dazzling cultural show at an outdoor arena
Choose from two dinner menu selections on booking. Then, after pickup from your central Marrakech hotel or a central meeting point, travel by air-conditioned vehicle to the Chez Ali complex on the city’s outskirts. Hop out at the prettily lit venue, and be greeted by performers dressed in traditional Berber tribal robes. Then, be shown inside a richly decorated Moroccan tent for dinner. Absorb the beautiful setting and savor a delicious 5-course meal of traditional dishes such as slow-cooked tagine, couscous, Moroccan pastries, fruits, and mint tea. Additional drinks are available to purchase (own expense). As you eat, be entertained by minstrels and dancers dressed in regional and tribal costumes, such as those of the Zayane and Kelaat M’Gouna peoples. After dinner, head to the sand-filled outdoor arena for the Fantasia circus-style show. After the exciting opening spectacle, enjoy a string of dazzling set pieces, from belly dancing to stunts, tumblers, horseback acrobatics, and a flying carpet magic trick. Then, be swept up by an electrifying finale of traditional dancers, war-like horseback charges, and mock battles to the sound of traditional gunfire and sometimes fireworks. After the show, your evening finishes with a drop-off at the original starting point.
Viator Traveler's Reviews
, Jan 2018
The setting is good. The food was good. The show was rubbish. We were expecting acrobats folk dancing etc. All we got wes a horse charge with gunshots in a. .dimly lit area plus a belly dancer we couldn t see because lighting was so poor
Well it was a damp evening in November but we were seriously unimpressed with this trip - having had two amazing meals in Marrakech restaurants the two previous evenings the food here was bland and just not very good - I doubt the lamb ravine had been cooked in a ravine at all and the chicken and cous cups was very uninspiring . Having said that there was plenty of it . Being serenaded whilst eating by a succession of tribes all after extra tips was annoying to say the least - as we'd paid for the meal and show we didn't expect to have to pay extra apart from drinks. The place has been built well and looks the part. The waiting staff were friendly and helpful but the whole thing felt like a factory production line . The show was very poor consisting of some minor acrobatics and horsemen galloping from one end to the other then firing their guns - the lone belly dancer appeared on a floating stage ? A ditto train underneath? and could hardly be seen , the flying carpet went from one tower to another and that was it ! If you had young children they would probably be mesmerised by it all but this is not a show for adults. I was sorry weed booked it and wished we'd spent the money on a decent meal with entertainment in Marrakech instead. Not recommended !