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An engaging intro to life in Morocco

The staff at Creative Interactions planned and executed a well designed introduction to both the... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Shirley T
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Curious traveler workshop

Rhoena organized the perfect starter to any Moroccan journey. Her professional and knowledgeable... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2018
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Looking for a local experience in Marrakech? Start your travel with one of our cultural workshops . We offer Arabic workshops designed for travelers, Henna workshop, cooking classes and Marrakech Explorer (a fun way to explore the Medina). Start...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Hassan 2 | Immeuble El Khalil Apt. 47, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
+212 611-030505
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The staff at Creative Interactions planned and executed a well designed introduction to both the language and culture in Morocco. The Darija I learned there made it possible for me to speak to locals, barter for items at the market and even ask for the...More

Thank Shirley T
Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile

Rhoena organized the perfect starter to any Moroccan journey. Her professional and knowledgeable staff literally could not have been better. I Suggest this class on the first full day you have on your vacation. You WILL NOT regret it! This was by far the most...More

1  Thank Louelife
Reviewed 24 April 2018

I participated in this workshop with a group over one afternoon. After just a few hours I had added a few tools to my Dirija (Moroccan Arabic) toolbag. I had no experience in the language prior to the class, and afterward I didn't feel as...More

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Reviewed 14 April 2018 via mobile

We loved our workshop which included a cooking class and language study. The instructor was fantastic and I learned so much! We also had a tea ceremony and learned about Moroccan culture. I highly recommend this workshop!!

Thank Cailyn W
Reviewed 7 April 2018

Would highly recommend. I did the workshop 2 days ago and have loved being able to use what I learnt to connect with locals around the streets & in the souq. Was a fun class, gentle & patient teacher. Great to meet other students from...More

1  Thank Jill W
Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

I found creative interactions to be an amazing school for learning about Moroccan culture as well as language of course. After doing the initial Moroccan tea making and tagine cooking class I found the teacher (Halima) so good that my wife and I are now...More

1  Thank Chandan S
Reviewed 16 March 2018

I really enjoyed my introductory workshop! The teacher was friendly and taught me words and phrases that are useful for getting the most out of a short time in Morocco. The cooking part was fun and the food and tea were delicious.

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Reviewed 19 January 2018 via mobile

We had a great experience. We made our own local meal and learnt some basic Arabics. The workshop was well paced and we had lots of fun. :)

Thank Wienand K
Reviewed 19 January 2018 via mobile

perfect introduction to morroco, great interactive course in some basic language and also a traditional cooking workshop with meal included.

Thank Simon K
Reviewed 12 December 2017

My daughter surprised us by arranging for the Creative Interactions Curious Explorer 3-hour workshop on our first day in Morocco. This is a Moroccan Arabic (Darija) language class and cooking demonstration, followed by a traditional tagine meal. Halima conducted the course, mostly in her native...More

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hello i really need help please i'm visiting Marrakesh city on June 2016 with my wife and after we booked our holiday then our friend told us it is going to be Ramadan in the time we are there in Marrakesh and he made us worry about our life style and about our safety , my question is there is any restaurants opened in the morning and in the afternoon in the city of Marrakesh ??? and can we eat anything when we are walking in the street or drink water or soft drink during Ramadan or not ??? and can i smoke cigarettes in the street during Ramadan in the daytime or not ??? we don't want to be in trouble or disrespect the Muslims when they are fasting in their Ramadan time , but honestly we can not stay all day in till the sun go down then we can eat , plus we don't want to stay in the Riad all day , we are there only for 4 days and we want to go out and see the city and walk around and of course we will get tired and hungry and we need to eat , and if the weather is hot then for sure we need to drink a lot of water when we are walking in the street around the city , so is there is any shops open to sale water and can we drink when we are walking or not ?? and can we find opened restaurants in the city or not ??? please answer me if you are sure about this , and please don't give me answer if you just guessing , thank you so much for trying to help us , keegan
15 May 2016|
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Response from creativeinteractions | Property representative |
Hi Keegan, I'm glad others have answered your questions. There are plenty of restaurants that are open in Gueliz (new city) and around Jemaa El Fna (square in the Medina) so it will not be a problem to eat during the... More
14 March 2015|
Response from creativeinteractions | Property representative |
Hi, Thanks for your interest in our workshops. Are you interested in our 90 minute arabic workshop or the 3 hour language and cooking workshop? Our prices per person are from 32-65euros depending on the number of people... More