Morocco is a safe country to travel to as long as you understand its laws and cultural customs and adhere to the status quo. Its crime rates are relatively low, but be aware of scam artists and pickpockets, which can be common in Morocco.
Winter lasts from November to January and sees the coldest, wettest weather of the year, while summer lasts from June to August and is often scorching hot. The shoulder seasons of spring and fall usually offer the best weather and are generally the most pleasant.
Winters can be wet and are usually cool with average highs in the mid 60s (Fahrenheit) and lows in the mid 40s. Summers are warm, sunny, and dry with average highs in the 100s and lows in the 70s.
This moderate Muslim North African country is for all travelers.
Morocco is a wonderful, family-friendly destination. With a variety of activities, landscapes, and delicious foods children of all ages will forever remember this magical destination.
While tipping isn’t mandatory in Morocco, rounding up the bill and leaving tips at restaurants and cafes is standard practice. If you’re happy with the service provided by waiters, drivers and other service workers, leaving a small tip is a good way to show your appreciation.
Food in Morocco is delicious and amongst the best in the world. Hot food cooked quickly is usually safe to eat, and choosing restaurants that are busy with locals eating is often a good choice.
However, you should only eat fruit or vegetables that have been peeled, washed or thoroughly cooked prior to eating.
There are absolutely no extra charges or hidden fees during your visit to Morocco.
The tour price covers all the meals, accommodations, and activities as detailed in the itinerary.
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Generally, group tour bookings enjoy a 10% to 15% discount off the tour prices.
The discount rate may be higher based on the group size and the tour season.
Non-Muslims are welcome to experience the beauty of Moroccan mosques. Two mosques are open for non-Muslims: Hassan 2nd mosque in Casablanca and the Royal Mosque in Meknes. There is no dress code to enter these two mosques.
Credit cards in Morocco are becoming much more widely accepted across Morocco. That being said it’s much easier to use them in larger cities than small cities. Where credit cards are used, the best known are Visa, and MasterCard (American Express is rarely accepted except in fancy resorts/hotels). They are accepted more and more, although not to the same extent as in the U.S.
We highly encourage our customers to either use ATMs or use banks for their money exchange. The use of ATMs is recommended to benefit from a higher exchange rate. Some ATMs charge for a small fee.
There is no dress code in Morocco. You are not required to dress in one way or another. People that live in Morocco dress in a wide variety of ways and do not expect visitors to dress as they do.
Travelers from many countries do not need a visa to visit Morocco for a period of up to 90 days. Currently, citizens of Australia, New Zealand, the USA, the UK, the EU, and Canada, among many others, do not need a visa to travel to Morocco, provided they have a passport of usually six months’ validity and an onward or return ticket (with supporting documents).
They use a type C or type E plug, commonly known as a 2-pin plug. Also, like in most developed countries, the electricity voltage used in residences is 220 volts and is stable.