Tour in Rabat with the Sweet Wanderlust and Curious Clair

There is no more happiness and pleasure than satisfied Guests and receiving valuable testimonials from experienced travelers and professional bloggers in the culinary world.  Both of them trusted us and choose us among other agencies to make them discover the history, the culture, the traditions and especially the Moroccan gastronomy. Brittany and Claire who were […]

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Morocco guide: 10 things to know before you go as seen on CNN

Rainbows of color, spice-market smells, an urban orchestra of sounds: Morocco can be overwhelming at first. Lying 13 kilometers, or 8 miles, from the coast of Spain, the North African country mixes Middle Eastern magic, Berber tradition and European flair. Tourism has more than doubled since 2002, to nearly 10 million visitors in 2011. King […]

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Rabat – intro to food By Nancy Caldwell

This morning I met my guide, Mohamed Benmokhtar at Rabat Gare Ville, the central railway station, and off we went for my private food tour of Rabat. (https://moroccanfoodtour.com/our-tours/rabat-food-tour/) First stop: pastilla with chicken. This is pastry filled with chicken and almonds. It’s served hot as a starter at weddings. My photo did not do justice […]

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