Pesach Program 2020 in El Jadida, Morocco

Passover 2020 Hotel Mazagan Beach Resort 5***** Luxury El Jadida – Morocco

Join us and enjoy our 30 years of experience in organizing kosher group trips.

 

Experience a luxurious Passover celebration at Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort Morocco, one-of-a-kind destination created by Salomon “Sol” Kerzner.

 

The best Glatt Kosher culinary experience, under the strict supervision of the Beth Din of Casablanca, Rav Yoshiyahou Pinto, The chomerims of France and Israel.

 

 

About the resort :

Passover in Mazagan Beach Resort has been a Sarah Tour’s best-selling product for over a decade thanks to an incredibly large and qualitative range of leisure for the kids and the whole family.

Mazagan offers Beach, Forest, Gary Player Golf Course, Full kids program with 3 clubs for each age group, large heated outdoor pools. Sarah Tours has selected the best locations in this Kerzner International Signature hotel for your program.

Mazagan is ideally located for your excursions to Marrakech, Rabat, Casablanca, El Jadida and Azemmour.

 

 

Resort’s Highlights :

  • Deluxe rooms and suites
  • 18-hole Golf Course
  • Fitness center
  • SPA
  • Heated pool
  • Heated children’s pool with slide
  • Kids Clubs
  • 7km private beach
  • High speed internet
  • Shops
  • Forest
  • 40 onsite leisure activities

 

Passover program’s  Highlights :

  • Best glatt kosher culinary experience | No kitniyot
  • Offices with the best Hazanims voices
  • Live music entertainment
  • Children dinners starting from 6pm
  • High quality conferences by renowned speakers
  • Daily organized chiour of Gemara
  • Great evening of Mimouna
  • Private rooms on request for seder
  • Excursions

 

An unforgettable Passover Experience!! 

 

From 8 to April 17, 2020.

Shabbat extension available.

 

Program includes :

  • Full board from 08 to 17 April 2020
  • Transfer from Casablanca airport to the hotel and return at specific times defined by Sarah Tours
  • Breakfast buffets
  • Meals served at table Yom tov and buffet served at Hol Hamoed
  • Starters and cocktails served at Hol Hamoed and Shabbat
  • Wine and drinks
  • Gala Evenings and Shows on the evenings of Hol Hamoed
  • Open bar all day for hot, cold drinks and snacks
  • 2 Sedarims
  • Fairy Mimouna
  • All the activities
  • Minyan Ashkenazi and Sefarad
  • Baby Club for babies from 3 months to 4 years
  • Kids Club for children from 4 to 12 years old

Program do not includes :

  • The flight
  • Residence taxes
  • Optional Excursions
  • Cancellation, assistance and repatriation insurance
  • Tips, Extras

 

For more information about our Passover program at Sofitel Tamuda Bay (5* privatized luxury hotel) in Tetouan, Morocco, CLICK HERE

 

For more information about our Passover program at Mogador Agdal Congress & Spa (5* privatized hotel) in Marrakech, Morocco, CLICK HERE

8 Reviews for Sarah Tours 2020 in Mazagan Beach Resort in El Jadida, Morocco

SAUL

1 Reviews

A FANTASTIC PESACH !!!!

5/ 5

My family and I have been fortunate to go away on many Passover programs. This program is ONE OF THE BEST, IF NOT THE BEST, WE HAVE EVER BEEN ON. First, getting to Casabalanca from NYC is a direct and non-stop fight and upon landing, a shuttle brings you to the hotel, Mazagan is a 5 star resort on every level. The rooms are spacious and very comfortable. Simone honored all of our requests for our rooms. The property has many activities,for a\all ages: horseback and camel rides on the beach, ATVs and paint balling, there isa farm loaded with animals. For the evening, there is a large casino. The food was always fresh and plentiful. The waiters were top notch, always accommodating our requests. The Mimouna after Yom Tov was out of a movie, camels and horses outside and monkeys inside. The food was FRESH, not a collection of leftovers from the Chag. I would give this program and Simone. % stars !!!!

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Gloria

1 Reviews

Pesach Program

5/ 5

The resort was magnificent, and the food never-ending and delicious. I would have liked to have seen better preparations for yom tov with more siddurim available, a greater attention to details required by observant Jews (i.e. electric doors — I shouldn’t have needed to point that out before it was taken care of) and an array of speakers and shiurim on Shabbat and Yom Tov. Still, all-in-all, it was a great program.

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Orit mimoun

1 Reviews

Highly recommended !!!! Superior attention to details

5/ 5

This was our second program in Morocco and we will cherish it forever. From the moment we inquire until the moment we boarded the bus back to the airport Simone, Sandrine, Naomi and Maurice, roamed around the hotel and ensured everything is ok, and that we are not missing anything. This onsite involvement of the organizer essentially makes the difference, as the attention to details was simply amazing. Add to that the tours they organized in chol hamoed, and the great dining experience and you have a winner. But all could not be 100% if it wasn’t for the superb hotel! Mazagan Beach Resort is truly a 5 stars luxury hotel that offers multiple activities to fill the ‘yom tov’ days. Our kids had great time on the trampolines, car racing and paint ball course,, while we had a great time in the beautiful SPA.. We love Tennis and they have 4 RED CLAY courts. They also have walking trails around the property, and many other activities that we simply had no extra time to experience…. As stated in the header I recommend this particular program and am positive that you’ll have a fantastic experience as we did.

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Happy In New York

1 Reviews

BEST PESACH EVER

5/ 5

This was by far the best Pesach we have ever had as a family. From the moment we walked into the hotel we were blown away. The hotel is a 10-star hotel, gorgeous amenities, and activities. we were never bored. The peasch program started out a little disorganized but by day 2 we had our personal waiter helping us with our every request, The food was delicious and there were so many choices at every meal. There was a buffet and plated food available and the bbq had every type of meat and fish you could wish for. The only complaint I would say is that I wished I spoke French or Arabic but we found people to help us. Our favorite part of the hotel was archery, horseback riding, quads, sand buggies, surfing, miniature golf…. wait so much was amazing. I 100% recommend this program.

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NJAba

1 Reviews

Best value possible

4/ 5

The hotel is magnificent. Clean, safe, beautiful, majestic. So many possible activities that we did not have time to do them all. There was plenty of food and it was delicious! The timing and length of meals was excellent, the kids dinner was ideal for… the kids (and few who stole their way in). I can elaborate on so many wonderful aspects of the program – from the price, to the pre-trip coordination. The tfilot options. The mimunah was out of this world – multiple competing bands of musicians, fire throwers, food, animals, music, dress-up. AMAZING!!!. The pool was clean and warm. The ocean beach was clean and well serviced. All the amenities at the hotel worked. The one place to improve is with the wait-staff. The language barrier is the biggest problem. The wait staff did not understand their work, was not able to communicate with us, and did not understand what we wanted. But they tried very very hard to work with and communicate as best as possible.

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E

1 Reviews

Fantastic Pesach in unique location

5/ 5

The hotel and staff did more than could have been expected for all of us. Beautiful hotel and location on the Atlantic Ocean. Windy and cool but still nice. This was a large program with 850+ people, and except in the big dining room,,you’d never know it. There was never an issue with service as the HOTEL (not the program helpers) was so well staffed. NO SHABBOS KEYS to rooms and little help to get in. . Lots of food for every taste, but sometimes, you had no idea what was coming or what the main course would be…..THE WINE WAS JUST AWFUL If you go to this program and you care about wine, pack your own as you wont want to drink their junk at all. Tea Room was also the breakfast room. Watching people take too much food was sad, especially on trip days when you had to figure out how to take your food for the day… Program staff was not particularly well organized, but the hotel staff more than made up for it. Nice gym and spa. People actually bought boxes of the towels as they were so great. Shirum were few and regular vacationers made up the entire davenig program which was split for Sefard and Askenaz. (maybe a few other splits too for syrians, israelis and who ever else made a break away minyan). The last night party – Moroccan Mimuna was just remarkable. More food, more entertainment, more noise and animals all over than you could imagine. Great excursions – best done in private groups as they are long days. Id go back to Mazagan and Morocco anytime!!!

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Rsa

1 Reviews

Highly recommended

5/ 5

This was the perfect hotel for a pesach getaway. The grounds are huge and spacious. Pool is beautiful. Never have to fight for seats. Service from the hotel was more than u can ask for!!! The amount of activities the hotel has to offer was amazing!!! U Cld be busy at the hotel without leaving once!! Spa was a dream! (Highly recommend a hammam). The camp is run thru the hotel, not the program. My kids loved it! The counselors are extremely warm and caring and for the older kids there was non stop activities. As far as the hotel is concerned, I would go back for a regular vacation! Can’t ask for better! The program itself: food wise had a rough start the first couple of days but definitely picked up. They were beyond generous with the food, just wasn’t necessarily American style (massive salad buffets but most salads had fish or something interesting in it) meals always had a meat or chicken option. Basically to sum it up.. food is generous, although may not be ur taste ur never going hungry. Excursions: I highly recommend you do your own. The programs excursions were boring, exhausting and really didn’t maximize the places u visited. It’s comparable prices to go privately. Heads up: if you are not a large family they will put you at a table with a random family for the whole holiday. If you care, make sure to request a private table As a whole, had an amazing pesach and wld def go back.

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Aviva

1 Reviews

Great Passover

4/ 5

Review of Passover at Mazagan Beach and Golf Resort in Morocco. The short story is that we had an amazing time. The longer story now: Mazagan sits on roughly 320 acres with 15 miles of beachfront. The hotel and its grounds are simply stunning. While there were close to 900 Passover guests the grounds and indoor hotel spaces didn’t seem overcrowded. There was an abundance of activities for adults and kids including: gorgeous pool, surfing, horseback riding, camel riding, bungee jumping, rock-wall climbing, go-karting, archery, paintball, and beach ATVs. The place is teeming with staff members who only want to please and take pleasure in your enjoyment of the resort. There is, of course, a language barrier with the staff which some people got frustrated with however, you are in Morocco it’s not Miami. You need to adjust. The Spa is also terrific with rooms overlooking the ocean, great treatments and traditional Moroccan hammam. The rooms are a nice size and neat with ample space for clothing including a large chest of drawers. I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the towels. The towels, from the beach towels, pool towels, spa towels to the room towels were amazing. The weather ranged from the high 60’s to low 70’s. Because the sun was blazing hot it was hot in the sun and cool in the shade. So now on to more specifics: Kids club – my experience has been a kids program run through the Passover program but this was not the case here. Here you were to drop your child off at the hotel run kids club which while different seemed to be enjoyable for some kids. The staff was attentive and the activities engaging. But certainly different than a traditional Passover program kid’s program. The tea room – had a nice selection of cakes and cookies and a limited selection of candies. No hot food, no ice cream, no fruit dried or fresh and no nuts or chocolate. Really nothing special, but it was adequate, set up nicely, staffed and clean (except for the hands in the bowls, but there is not much you can do prevent that). Breakfast – The breakfast spread was good although could have benefited from additional omelet makers (only one) and actually edible pancake/waffles. One of the recurring challenges was that each day there was an excursion to a fabulous city in Morocco but instead of providing pre-boxed lunches people have to assemble their own from the breakfast foods which made breakfast frankly unenjoyable as you watch families pack food for what seems like the end of days. So if you are just there for breakfast you may wait 1/2 hour for inedible pancakes (they make them on the spot lest they turn to lead immediately) as the 8 year old is collecting 20 for his family. Lunch – Lunch tended to be a large BBQ buffet but heavily heavily fish laden. Now in thinking about the food offerings I think you have to keep in mind that this isn’t an American program and that what we might expect in terms of food offerings isn’t traditionally offered here or expected. There was a large variety at the (almost always meat) buffet lunch. Many many varieties of fish including freshly grilled fish that was caught that day. If you don’t eat fish your choices were more limited although there was usually and meat or chicken dish and salads. The salads could benefit from a lighter dressing hand and less stuff just thrown in – like cheeses (at dairy meals) and meats (at meat meals) and fish. Further, lines and crowds around the food stations and buffets were long and deep for the first half hour. Children’s Dinner – was usually hamburgers and hot dogs and some pasta or fish and potatoes. Again adequate. Dinner – Dinner service was, frankly, unique and surprising. Dinner usually began with a large buffet of salads and finger foods or an assortment of salads on the table. This was followed by lamb, chicken, beef that was served table-side by the waiters. This was a time-consuming process. No side dishes were served with these proteins. I am told this is typical in Morocco although I wasn’t convinced. The food was fine and sometimes very good. Menus on the table would have helped so we would know what to expect. Entertainment – Each night of Chol Hamoed had some sort of entertainment during dinner which including singing, a caftan fashion show, bingo and more. Mimouna – there are no words to describe the Mimouna. It was a spectacular event with local performers, camels, horses, cotton candy, moufleta, fresh donuts, pasta, breads. It was simply extraordinary. This was a great experience. We had a wonderful pesach.

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  • Program Features: < $9000 Per Room, Tropical Destination, Warm Destination, Beach Front, Day Camp, Tea Room
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