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  • Morocco Jewish Tour

    9 Days / 8 Nights from $1990
    Departs daily year-round on a private basis.

  • Morocco Trekking Tour

    9 Days / 8 Nights from $1990
    Departs daily on aprivate Basis, Exceptin Winter.

  • Ultimate Morocco

    10 Days / 9 Nights from $2150
    Departs daily year-round on a private basis.

  • Morocco Imperial Cites

    9 Days / 8 Nights from $1990
    Departs daily year-round on a private basis.

  • Morocco Golf Tour

    10 Days / 9 Nights from $3190
    Departs daily year-round on a private basis.

  • Morocco Desert Tour

    9 Days / 8 Nights from $1990
    Departs daily on a Private Basis, Expect in Summer (June - August).

  • Magic Marrakech

    6 Days / 5 Nights from $1590
    Departs daily Year-round on a Private Basis.

  • Essaouira Gnaoua Festival

    10 Days / 9 Nights from $1990
    Once a Year (usually in June)

  • Sacred Music Festival

    10 Days / 9 Nights from $1990
    Once a Year (usually in June)

Jewish Culture and Traditions

 

The Jews have rich culture incorporating assorted ethnic backgrounds, languages and geographic locations.  If you are an inquisitive vacationer and looking to explore the historical opulence of Jewish culture in Morocco, planning an excursion to the country with Morocco-Jewish-Tours.com is an ultimate option for you. Morocco Jewry has progressed as an amalgam of several cultures that have created the country itself, namely Arab, Jewish, Spanish, Berber and French.
Here are given some of popular Jewish traditions:        
Mimouna
‘Mimouna’ is celebrated on the night after Passover ends, by most Moroccan Jews. Usually the celebration is during evening, but afternoon barbecues and picnics are also common.
Henna
Conventional Henna parties are an important part of the Jewish culture in Morocco and take place before special occasions like baby showers, wedding and Bat Mitzvah. During a Henna party, any older member of the family, usually the grandmother applies henna on the palms of the bride and the groom to emblematically bless them good health, wisdom, and security. It is believed that the henna protects the newlywed couple from demons. After the henna is applied to the groom and the bride, guests can also apply henna on their palms to bring good luck. As per the Jewish culture in Morocco, the bride is not allowed to do household chores till her henna fades off.
Clothing
Though the Jews dress up according to the style of adopted nation, they also love to wear traditional clothing during celebrations like Mimouna, weddings, Bar Mitzvahs or intimate gatherings like Shabbat dinner. As per the Jewish culture in Morocco, men mostly dress in a white jellaba (also known as jellabiya) and women wear ornate kaftans.
If you wish to find out more about rich Jewish culture in Morocco and sneak a quick look of its glorious history, feel free to visit our website.