Licenced Marrakech guide Ayoub, with his team, organizes “Sips and Bites” adventure where travelers can try local alcohol, tapas and have an authentic dinner.
- It’s the only experience I know in Marrakech that included alcohol tasting in local bars.
- The guide shows you the right mix of places. Starting from a local bar and continuing to a more international one.
During the tour, your guide will explain about Moroccan culture, alcohol selection, and local food. Each experience is different depending on people participating in the tour. Their personalities shape the tour pace and dynamic.
You will start the tour in the new part of town, in a local bar, tasting 2 Moroccan beers. Then, you will continue to another more international place, getting wine and great tapas. After, with comfortable transport, you will move to Medina, where in Jemaa El Fna square you will have traditional Moroccan tagine and tangia. To adjust all the food, you will try the spicy tea (Khoudenjal) from the Jemaa El Fna vendors.
My article about this experience is here.
YALLAH, LET’S sip and bite!
Book the experience
Price: 470 DH/person (46 euro)
* 2 Moroccan beers for each guest
* A bottle of Moroccan wine for group size 1-5 , 2 bottles for 6-10 plus tapas in the second stop.
* Dinner : Tanjia
* Spice tea (Khoudenjal)
* Coffee and/or Tea
Keep in mind before booking:
~~~~ This tour is organised few times a week; contact me with your preferable dates;
~~~~ It’s an evening tour, starts around 7 pm;
~~~~ It’s not a private tour; other travellers will also join the experience; you can also have this experience as a private tour, contact for more info;
~~~~The experience is hosted in English;
~~~~~Only travellers age 18 and up can attend (this experience includes alcohol);
~~~~ Options for vegetarians (let us know in advance);
~~~~Come with an open mind and positive vibes;
In my digital 155 pages travel magazine about Marrakech I also listed restaurants, bars and clubs where you can order alcohol. I selected places in Medina and as well in the new part, Gueliz.