Learn Arabic and Moroccan cooking course

Tangier, Tetouan, Morocco

8 days from
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Holiday overview

Combine learning the extraordinary Arabic language with a Moroccan cookery course and learn to cook delicious Moroccan food in the northern Moroccan city of Tetouan; immerse yourself in all things Moroccan on this popular Arabic language and cooking course more details...

Hours of

Maximum group

Private 1-on-1

Included in the price

Please note that holidays do not include flights, please see the getting there tab for more details

  • 20 Modern Standard Arabic language lessons
  • 4 Arabic lessons per day lasting 55 minutes each, Monday to Friday starting at 9am or 2pm depending on your language level
  • 2 90 minute Moroccan cooking workshops
  • An Arabic language level test on your first day at 8am
  • Internet / WiFi access
  • Optional social and cultural activities (some with small charge)
  • Text books and class materials
  • Arrival transfer from Tangier airport, bus or train station or Tangier or Ceuta seaports (arrivals between 11pm-7am will be charged €20)
  • Course completion certificate

Location overview

Located in the heart of the city of Tetouan in northern Morocco, a recognised UNESCO site, this friendly independent Arabic language school has been teaching modern standard and colloquial Arabic since 2004 to students from all over the world.

Holiday start days

  • This holiday can start on:
  • Mondays


  • Member of the Forum on Education Abroad

Public holidays / Closures

Please note that the school will be closed during two major religious holidays:

Eid Al-Fitr (4 & 5 June)
Eid Al-Ad’haa (11 & 12 August - The Feast of Sacrifice)

Any classes missed during these days will be made up.

The language school is open during the month of Ramadan but with a slight change in the schedule; you will receive your schedule the day before Ramadan begins.