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See Agadir by night

Spend a refined evening out with a private driver, soaking up the sparkling waterfront sights, resort-town vibe and night-time atmosphere. Make your way between elegant bars and beachfront eateries as you enjoy cocktails, tapas and a delicious 3-course dinner.

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1001 Nights Moroccan Banquet & Fantasia show

For an entertaining, authentic Arabian night, enjoy a Moroccan feast and live acts housed in a traditional Caidal tent. From exotic belly dancers and brave fire eaters to snake charmers and a display of Arab stallions – there's no shortage of excitement during your exhilarating evening.

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Enjoy a sunset Camel ride

Take a camel ride through the Palm Grove of Marrakech and the surrounding Moroccan countryside, where you can explore traditional villages, tour green palm groves and immerse yourself in the local culture.

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Sunset Dinner at Le Salama

A night out in Jemaa el-Fnaa is a must-do for anyone visiting Marrakech. Enjoy dinner overlooking the action in the square as the sun sets over the city – with a welcome cocktail and delicious meal, you are well-catered to throughout dinner.

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A night under the stars

Escape the confines of the city and enjoy the tranquillity of the desert with this overnight tour to the Agafay Desert. This tour offers first-hand experience of life in the desert with a dromedary ride, a night in a bivouac and traditional Moroccan food—all in true Berber style.

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Les Alizes festival

The bustling city of Essaouira loves a good festival. Throughout the year it has events ranging from the traditional to the unexpected. Les Alizes is a classical musical festival which takes place in the spring, the Atlantic Andalusia Music Festival brings together a diverse range of cultures and religions, and the world-renowned Gnaoua and World Music Festival is dubbed 'Morocco's Answer to Woodstock'.

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Fez Festivals

Fez's long history and cultural significance mean that this is a great place to visit if you enjoy festivals, and October is your chance to see one of the major highlights of the festival calendar.

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Attend the Rose Festival

Just a short drive from Ouarzazate is Kalaat M'Gouna, the rose capital of Morocco. The Rose Festival iboasts miles and miles of rosebushes that grow around this desert oasis, a wildly colourful sight that fills the air with a heady perfume.

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The Boulevard Festival

Morocco's largest city hosts three major music festivals every year. One if them is Boulevard – an urban music festival representing the burgeoning underground music scene of Morocco. Hip-hop, electro, rock, metal and fusion beats can be heard over the three days in September, and some of the coolest acts from Morocco and the US perform there.

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The Tanjazz Festival

For four days every September the city is the best place in all of Africa to enjoy world-class jazz. Tanjazz is a mix of large open-air shows and performances in more intimate surroundings, in keeping with jazz's traditional roots.

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