Sabaku Tours

Chez Ali Fantasia folk & Moroccan Dinner

EVENING SHOW

Price: from 50 €

Departure time: ~ 20:00; Arrival time: ~ 00:00

Duration: 4 hours

Hotel pick-up service: available

Drop-off point: at the entrance to the main plaza, Jemaa El Fna, or the nearest convenient place to your hotel if the vehicle is accessible.

Cancellation policy: cancel up to 72 hours in advance for a full refund.

Highlight

 

  • Enjoy an all-in-one evening at the Chez Ali Fantasia Show in Marrakech.
  • Savor a delightful Moroccan meal in a Berber-style tent.
  • Be entertained with belly dancing, folk music, acrobatics, and fireworks.

Full Description

Based on stunning scenes from “1001 Arabian Nights,” this Moroccan feast, complete with a dinner performance, is the ideal way to spend a night in Morocco. 

Savor a range of regional cuisines and then take in a show featuring belly dancers, acrobats, and horsemen.

Itinerary

1DAY: MARRAKECH - CHEZ ALI

Depart daily from your accommodation at 8:00 p.m. Enjoy a scenic 20-minute drive (12km) to the destination. This 4-hour dinner tour swaps the thrills of Marrakech for the unbelievable thrills of the Chez Ali complex in the Palmerie. During the night, you will see fireworks, acrobats, belly dancers, and horseback stunts. On arrival, Berber tribes will greet you and lead you to your seats in caidal tents. Sit back and prepare to be blown away! The extraordinary night of entertainment is a magical and magnificent fairytale of Moroccan folklore and legends. Various troops from Moroccan history will pass by your table as you eat, including the Zayane, Kelaa M’Gouna, and Guedra. As you feast on a 5-course meal, watch various song and dance shows, daring horseback stunts, thrilling fireworks, exciting parades, death-defying acrobats, and exotic belly dancers. You may even see a flying carpet or two! The show finale is the electrifying Fantasia show, recreating the war ceremonies of horsemen and the fierce battles between Berber and desert knights. Thrill as large formations of horses and horsemen in traditional dress charge across the arena to the sounds of exploding gunpowder. Dinner Menu: Moroccan Harira (soup) and Meat Skewers Or: chicken tagine with lemon Or: meat tagine with prunes and couscous with seven vegetables Seasonal fruit Mint tea with Moroccan pastries.

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