Marrakech Cooking Class

Discover the culinary delights of Marrakech through an immersive cooking class experience.

Marrakech Popular Shopping Tour

xperience the magic of Moroccan cuisine as you embark on a gastronomic journey like no other. Led by our seasoned local chef, this hands-on class will introduce you to a multitude of flavors, spices, and techniques that make Moroccan cuisine so unique


Focus on background businesswomen in aprons slicing and seasoning ingredients for dish prepared during team cooking class.

Tour Highlights

  • Unveiling Hidden Gems;
    As you embark on your shopping adventure in Marrakech prepare to be amazed by the variety of goods. From carpets to exquisite handcrafted jewelry and ornate pottery each item tells a story woven with centuries old traditions.

  • Navigating Lively Markets;
    The heart and soul of Marrakechs shopping scene lies within its markets, known as souks. Lose yourself amidst the maze streets filled with stalls overflowing with textiles, aromatic spices, hand woven baskets and leather goods. Engage with artisans who take pride in their craftsmanship while honing your bargaining skills.

  • Marvel at the performing monkeys and snake charmers of Djemaa El Fna.
  • Indulging in Moroccan Craftsmanship;
    Take a moment to appreciate the skill and artistry behind craftsmanship. Visit workshops where master artisans create mosaic tiles or carefully carve wood into intricate patterns. Witness firsthand how age old techniques continue to thrive alongside influences.

Program Details

Moroccan cuisine is a true reflection of the country’s rich history and cultural diversity. Influenced by Berber, Arab, and Mediterranean traditions, Moroccan dishes are known for their bold flavors, aromatic spices, and unique combinations of ingredients. The use of spices such as cumin, paprika, saffron, and cinnamon adds depth and complexity to the dishes, while the combination of sweet and savory flavors creates a harmonious balance on the palate.

One of the most famous products of the souks are the colorful piles of spices & herbs that you’ll see in every shop. Whether you’re looking for saffron, cumin, paprika, or something more exotic, the spice merchants of Marrakech have got you covered. Be sure to haggle for a good price and don’t be afraid to ask for advice on how to use the spices in your cooking.

Marrakech is known for its leather goods, particularly the handcrafted bags, shoes, and belts that you’ll find in the souks. Look for high-quality leather that’s been treated with natural dyes and oils for a soft, supple texture. You might also want to consider purchasing a traditional Moroccan pouf or ottoman, which can add a touch of elegance to any home.

Moroccan pottery is famous for its intricate designs and vibrant colors. Look for hand-painted plates, bowls, and vases that feature traditional patterns and motifs. You might also want to consider purchasing a traditional tagine, a clay cooking vessel that’s used to make the famous Moroccan stew of the same name.

Marrakech is a great place to find beautiful textiles and carpets, particularly those made by the Berber people of Morocco. Look for hand-woven carpets that feature traditional designs and colors, as well as colorful blankets, scarves, and shawls. If you’re feeling adventurous, you might also want to try your hand at bargaining for a traditional Moroccan djellaba, a long, flowing robe that’s perfect for lounging around the house.

Moroccan jewelry is known for its intricate designs and use of natural materials such as silver, coral, and amber. Look for necklaces, bracelets, and earrings that feature traditional motifs, as well as beautiful antique pieces that have been passed down through generations.

Moroccan Caftan has been known and worn for hundreds of years  most valuable social Moroccan dress of all time. It is among the best handmade Moroccan clothes. We can describe caftan as the embroidered dresses that women wear in happy events like engagements, marriage, and feasts….

Traditional craftmanship and design are one of the deep-rooted cultural heritage. Various and multiple materials are finely worked by hand using machines and traditional tools, to make decorative daily objects. From table art, furniture, to jewellery and clothing, you won’t resist carrying Moroccan souvenirs with you !