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Whether you're the sort of person who loves haggling or dreads even the thought, virtually every journey to North Africa involves a visit to a local souk where bargaining is par for the course!
Morocco is no exception of course, but fortunately one of the members of the team at Kasbah Tamadot, Abdou, has put together some helpful hints so that you don't walk away having paid too much. When you're haggling the ultimate goal is of course for both parties to feel like they've got a good deal, and if you can have a little bit of fun along the way all the better. Abdou recommends never paying more than roughly 40% of the originally quoted price, but the direct approach isn't always advisable. He suggests that when bargaining it's important to establish some basic rules before you start:
The nearest market to Kasbah Tamadot is just down the road in Asni and takes place every Saturday, so next time you book a stay why not pop down and practice some of your negotiating skills using some of the tips above?
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