A Taste of Morocco: Singing & Culture Holiday in Taroudant

12–19 Feb 2019 / Morocco


Date: 12–19 Feb 2019

Cost: £535 includes bed, breakfast & evening meals, transfers to & from airport, 2 excursions, 2 cultural experiences & 'A feast for the Senses'.

Details: Arriving in time for evening meal. Leaving after breakfast.

Location: La Maison Anglaise, 422 Derb Aferdou, Taroudant, 83.000, Morocco

Website: http://cecu.co.uk

Email: jane@holidays-with-heart.co.uk

Run by: Pauline Down

Contact details: https://www.paulinedown.com / paulinedown7@gmail.com

Further information:

Another exotic week in this ancient walled city, with local trips and activities, a feast of harmony singing every evening and a gentle sing to start the day.

Pauline will be teaching luscious harmony songs from around the world. Her enthusiasm and relaxed manner have a way of instantly putting people at ease and her workshops are renowned for their moments of joy and musical magic. From lively African rhythms to gentle exquisite heart-song, there’ll be something for everyone and no special experience or knowledge is needed. All are  welcome!

Accommodation is in La Maison Anglaise, a delightful guest house with friendly, local staff in a quiet street in the heart of the old town. It’s a perfect spot from which to explore the bustling life of Taroudant and to find peace and relaxation on the rooftop terrace.

During the week, staff at La Maison will offer a range of excursions, including visits to the  community projects that they support, a trek in the High Atlas and a range of wonderful authentic experiences.

The number of participants is limited to 16 and the holiday tends fill quickly, so it is advisable to book promptly, following the procedure below.

I just want to tell you that the holiday was completely magical and LOVED EVERY MINUTE! The staff were just amazing with nothing too much trouble and such fun. Pauline was superb in her role – with amazing patience! Thanks so much for introducing us all to a holiday to remember.

The staff/guides were excellent, the food was very good and there were informative and interesting visits which the ordinary tourist would probably not experience. This was an experience of the real Morocco