Chez Ali is described as a Berber Fantasia: "magical, grandiose, and spellbinding."
While Marrakech town is filled with the heady aromas of freshly ground spices, the sounds of snake charmers, and 1,001 cafes, restaurants, and riads to satisfy your every gastronomic need – why Chez Ali was even built, let alone popular, is beyond me.
Saying that, it’s a must see. About five miles outside Marrakech you join another 50 coaches and minibuses at the ramparts of a replica fort at 9pm. You enter into the main quadrant between two lines of authentic Berber horsemen, straddled across their steeds, leaning menacing rifles on their thighs. An eclectic mixture of local musicians an...Read More