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Tours Organiser in   Morocco.   especially in the  Mountains .If   you are coming to Morocco, we can guide you to the must-see places. To know more about us click  here.

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Morocco Travel's Frequently Asked Questions?

  • Will I need a VISA to enter Morocco?

   If you are a citizen of the United States or Canada, the answer is “no.” All other clients should consult the Moroccan Embassy or Consulate in their country or you may refer to the following website which is for the Moroccan Consulate General in New York : www.moroccanconsulate.com/visa.cfm.

  • What is Morocco’s currency called?

   The Moroccan currency called the “DIRHAM”.Rates vary little between banks, but some banks charge a fee for currency exchanges which can add up to a considerable sum with the smaller denominations Major credit cards are accepted in the larger hotels and all big shops. ATM cards can be used in many cities even in the south. Travelers cheques are not widely accepted in Morocco and they can be difficult to cash or exchange.but only for a very limited amount. Use a money belt for all your valuable papers, checks, passport and credit cards. 

  • Would it be wise to bring some sort of “remedy” for stomach discomfort?
   Yes. While the food in general and municipal water supplies in Morocco are perfectly safe, one never knows how your body’s “system” will react to new and unusual foods or different water supplies. Therefore, it is always wise to keep with you some sort of “stomach remedy” such as Pepto-Bismol, Imodium AD, etc. at all times.
  • What is the food like?
  In a word, delicious. Salads are lovely; fresh, succulent vegetables served with light vinaigrette on the side. Harira is the Moroccan word for a thick vegetable soup. A particularly delicious one contains a bread dumpling. Main courses are usually one of the following: grilled meat on skewers often served with French fries; couscous, either vegetarian or meat with vegetables; and Tagine, the Moroccan stew, usually meat, tomatoes, potatoes, onions and spices. Moroccan cooks use a mélange of spices such as cumin, turmeric, paprika, saffron and pepper for a subtly flavored cuisine. In the Sahara you can find ‘Berber pizza’. This is a double crusted pie filled with meat, hard boiled eggs, almonds and spices. Sometimes rather peppery, Berber pizza is best eaten with glass after glass of hot, sweet, mint tea. Every seaport has freshly caught fish prepared by the fishermen on or near the piers. Do not miss this treat! Fresh fruit is served for dessert; pomegranates, melons, bananas, apples, oranges and dates all produced in Morocco and all bursting with flavor. One ongoing benefit of the French occupation are the fresh baguettes available nearly everywhere. Pastries both French and Moroccan are available in the many bakeries.
  • IS IT SAFE? What about women traveling alone?
   The Hollywood fantasy of the a guttural whisper of “Come wiz me to ze Kasbah” is just that a fantasy. Just as in the west, a person’s demeanor conveys a message. Purposeful, confident behavior does tend to discourage unwanted comments. Some young women who were traveling alone, riding the bus and having a budget of only a few dollars per day for accommodations, said that the harassment consisted of wanting to chat her up, giving her compliments such as telling her how many camels she is worth, or remarking on her beauty. It wasn’t so much what was said, but the fact that the western women couldn’t have a moment’s peace. When one fellow stopped, another soon took his place. According to these women, the way to avoid unwelcome intrusions on buses etc. is to sit with some older women.
  • What should I wear?
Covered is better. Moroccans appreciate respect shown for their culture. The Moroccans are covered and they look quite attractive. Loose, draped clothing enhances the human figure which too often needs all the enhancing it can get. Just compare a family of plumpish, pink, skimpily dressed tourists as they trundle about in the hot sun getting pinker and pinker to a Moroccan family dressed in flowing garments. Men should avoid going bare-chested and neither sex should wear very short shorts. Walking shorts are fine for both sexes (knee length). Rather than sleeveless blouses or dresses, women should wear short sleeves. Skirts or jeans are equally accepted. Good walking shoes are necessary. Take only the jewelry you can’t do without.

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