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Explore Morocco’s vivid cuisine on a guided foodie walking tour of Marrakech, and sample the city’s most distinctive treats. Immerse yourself in the sights, scents and savory flavors of Jamâa el Fna square; taste meats infused with saffron and preserved lemons, sip traditional mint tea and nibble charcoal-baked tagine with argan oil. Take in the market’s extraordinary range of offal: sheeps’ eyeballs and testicles simmer alongside rich organ meats. Try handmade couscous, and some of Morocco’s legendary sweets; linger over honeyed pastries, fresh smoothies and freshly prepared desserts.


  • Get inside tips from a local
  • Ideal choice for families
  • Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
  • Small group ensures personal service
  • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Vegetarian meal option available
  • Snacks and Beverages included

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What You Can Expect

Marrakech Walking Tour for Foodies

Delicious home-made couscous.

Customer Reviews


5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

This tour was the first tour that my husband and I did in Marrakech, and it was a huge treat. Hamza, our guide, was one one the loveliest and most generous people whom we encountered in Marrakech. The food tour was varied with many different types of food, and I felt that the tour was good value for the money. Hamza also provided terrific commentary on Moroccan culture and provided a good overview of the city on Day 1. During the day, I mentioned that I loved to try bean dishes when I travel. Since we did not have time during the tour, Hamza arranged for the delivery of the best beans in the city with pastries. It was a lovely surprise, and a very generous gesture. Also, having tried beans elsewhere in Marrakech, they were indeed the best. I would recommend this tour to all of my friends, and I intend to take it again when I visit Marrakech.

Lydia T

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2016

Highlight of our trip to Marrakesh hands down. We scoured back alleys in search of the very best food Marrakesh has to offer. We started we piping hot lamb served from an oven dug into the ground that was one of the most delicious things we'd ever eaten. More highlights included spicy sardines Marrakesh style, cous cous tagine that melted in your mouth, warm special scallion pancake-like bread called msemmen. It was heaven. Hamza really loves food and he knew every hole in the wall and the place to get the best one of everything. On top of that he is smart, warm, and friendly, a Shakespeare scholar who spent time working at the Met in New York translating/researching religious texts and can just as easily carry a conversation about Noam Chomsky as the food you're eating. He also accommodated a vegetarian, no problem. Do this tour! It is magical

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