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Jardin Bio Aromatique Nectarome

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Jardin Bio Aromatique Nectarome

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Ed C wrote a review Apr 2020
Arlington, Virginia711 contributions134 helpful votes
For starters I would like to note that this attraction seems to have two names. Tripadvisor calls it Jardin Bio Aromatique Nectarome but signs at the site refer to it as Jardin Bio Aromatique Ourika. Subsequent internet research along with my camera's GPS reveal that both are located at the same geographic site and are presumably different names for the same thing. This attraction was our lunch (and last) stop on our bus tour of the Ourika Valley. We disembarked the bus on a side street and walked about 10 min down a alley to the garden. As a side note, on the left (west) side of the alley is the Mosque ElSouiQa. There is a stork's nest on top of its minaret. When we visited the stork was in residence. :) The garden has a large number of beds of aromatic plants, mostly herbs, but also bushes and trees. Our guide explained the uses of the plants in culinary, cosmetic, medicinal, and alcoholic preparations. The smells were quite intoxicating. At times I felt like we were in a Simon&Garfunkel song - I saw parsley, rosemary, and thyme (however no sage :) After the tour we were served lunch consisting of a variety of dishes. I recommend tasting each of them. I found some quite delicious, others I chose not to go back for seconds. All in all it was a delightful end to a delightful tour of the Ourika Valley
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Date of experience: January 2020
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jsg55 wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom28 contributions22 helpful votes
These gardens have a lovely, natural, not too contrived feel. Enjoyed the foot bath whilst listening to birds singing and water features gurgling in background. Chicken tagine served afterwards was really delicious. Not easy to find - my taxi from Marrakech cost 150 dirhams - views as you come into Tnine Ourika are fabulous. Very kind staff arranged for me to go by motorbike back to bus-stop and bus back to Marrakech only 7.50 dirhams would have been quite a long walk
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Date of experience: January 2020
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MasAdventure wrote a review Aug 2019
Oakland, California27 contributions7 helpful votes
The products made by Nectarome are of excellent quality Argan Oils. They have a wide variety from those for face/body and for cuisine. Marrakech and Agadir are the regions that are known for the product and it can be found everywhere but you are not guaranteed the best quality. Argan coops are also excellent places to find authentic products like the store Planet Product in Agadir.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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sandra n wrote a review Jul 2019
Lemont, Illinois1,293 contributions417 helpful votes
On our Moroccan tour while in the Ourika Valley, this visit to Jardin Bio-aromantique d' Ourika was included in our itinerary. First, we had a tour of their organic gardens which were lovely. The garden focuses on natural herbs, and they prepare a wonderful lunch using fresh vegetables and herbs from their garden. While they are also cooking the food outdoors barbecuing healthy selections, we were treated to a professional herbal foot bath which was very nice and relaxing. Lunch was served in a beautiful setting outside under a gazebo. The food was delicious and everything was really nice. Everyone enjoyed a very special day, we felt pampered and would highly recommend this wonderful experience.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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VicCosentino wrote a review Jun 2019
Sacramento, California372 contributions53 helpful votes
Lunch was good and healthy amidst some very beautiful gardens. I especially enjoyed the footbath which was unique to any other gardens I've visited. I liked their bath salts.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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