This is a walking food tour in the medina. We advise our guests to wear good shoes for walking and also be prepared for crowds.
Tours begin at 6pm (5:30pm in January and February) and last approximately 3.5 hours.
Our tours operate in all weather conditions, so please come prepared.
**Don’t see available seats for your desired tour date? Please join our waitlist!**
The "Meat" Stop
This is our carnivore friendly stop, where you'll dig into a dish that is a Marrakech specialty along with a few others too.
2-3 Hidden Hideaways
Discover Marrakech's culinary hideaways with 2 or 3 behind the scenes food culture stops.
We'll be making several stops to taste a variety of street food. These are our standing room only stops.
The Souk Mama
So you think you know couscous? We'll challenge your preconceptions at this stop at the shop of our friend, known as the mama of the souk.
We always end the evening with something a little sweet to eat and drink - save some space!
We don't want to give it all away so prepare yourself for more surprises along the way.
Meet your group in front of the post office in Jemma el Fna (the big square) where the tour will begin.Get Directions
Absolutely not! Our tours combine culinary history, a bit or history, local culture and storytelling to bring to life the medina of Marrakech. Imagine walking through the city eating delicious foods while learning the neighborhoods from real locals.
Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergy, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. We do our best to accommodate a variety of dietary needs however, in some cases and for some tours we can not make accommodations.
Yes, advance ticket purchase is required. Events typically sell out quickly. To maximize your chances of getting the date, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance.
Yes, limited bathrooms are available during the tour however we advise our guests to not plan on availability. On the sandwich tour and evening street food tour facilities are very limited.
The medina of Marrakech is very old and full of cobblestone streets. This makes it sometimes difficult for those with limited mobility to navigate the streets. If you are unsure please consult with us beforehand so that we are best able to give you advice.
Our gourmet tours often require making several steps – up to 3 flights of stairs and doors are often not wide enough for a wheelchair.
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Linda - USA
"I booked this food tour for my family of five and we all had a wonderful time. The guide was informative and friendly and gave such insight into the food and the culture. I would recommend this tour to anyone visiting Marrakesh!"