Frequently asked questions

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Frequently asked questions

US Dollars, Sterling and Euros are readily exchangeable. We recommend you take a mixture of cash and credit cards. Scottish bank notes and Australian dollar travellers cheques and cash are NOT normally accepted in Morocco.

In Morocco the weather is good and warm all the year because of geographical zone of Morocco between the Mediterranean and Atlantic Ocean. But from September to June, it's the best season, avoiding stifling heat in summer from July to August.

With accurate information on the schedule of your arrival, our guide and our driver await you at the customs exit at the airport, with a sign with your name and first name. It's always easy, this appointment. In case of concern, you can contact us by phone with our contact information noted in our emails. We are always at your disposal 24 hours a day

Morocco is known not only for its tourist sites to discover, the authenticity of each region in every respect, but also as a country rich in handicrafts. You will have a large selection of small souvenirs in silk, wool, stone, Artisanal, Rugs, Wood… You find many in shops in town but also in traditional craft villages for the favorable price. With currencies of a few euros, your suitcase will be enriched with very typical Moroccan souvenirs.

It's entirely possible. But there is always ATM where you can take Moroccan Dirhams to pay your balance or you change your currency at the banks of Exchange offices.

Generally, we use 220V outlets in Morocco so, for the people travelling from USA or Canada or Australia, it’s better to bring your outlet with you or you can buy one in Morocco.

If you book the tour with us then you will not need the pat local tourist taxes because it’s already included in the tour price.

You are advised to bring EUROS or USD, CAD, sterling Pounds to Morocco and you change as you go through your stay in the banks in town or in Exchanging offices, so as not to appeal too much to you. It is always based on the updated exchange rate of the national bank.

Travel checks are not accepted in Morocco only Cash and credit cards are accepted

It's entirely possible. But you are advised to do it in the banks in town or in exchanging offices because at the airport or in hotels, the rate is often less interesting. For our customers our drivers and guides will advise you the best rates in the towns.

By traveling with us, you have Wifi in the car and if you want we can buy you a SIM card to use during the Tour and the necessary contact information of our team always available to you throughout your stay.

Yes, it is possible, most hotels offer this service. On the other hand, you can easily find very good price washing machine shops in the streets of the cities.

Tips are not included in our travel fares and tips vary depending on the traveler's budget and the level of satisfaction of the services provided.

The climate is both Mediterranean and Atlantic. The dry, hot season is from May to October when summer temperatures can reach 38°C and above. Temperatures may drop significantly at times during the night as the day's heat rapidly diminishes. From December to January snow can be expected on mountain passes and it can be wet. In winter, day temperatures will probably be around 18-25°C, dropping to perhaps 0-5°C.

Summer : Clothing should be lightweight. However, a warm sweater is also advisable, as the desert can sometimes get cold at nights, even in the summer.
Winter : Usually warm during the day but thicker clothing is essential for cold nights (Nov-Mar). It is advisable to take warm clothing (eg. track suit or thermal underwear) to sleep in, as the quality of heating in Moroccan hotel rooms can be variable. A waterproof jacket, trousers and fleece are recommended in the winter months.

Morocco is a Muslim country and it is important to dress with respect for local customs. People may be offended by shorts or revealing dresses, which can attract unwelcome attention. We advise that in general both men and women should cover shoulders, upper arms and knees. Transparent, plunging necklines and tight fitting clothes should be avoided. Women should also cover their heads when entering a sanctuary, though in general, mosques are forbidden to non-Muslims.

We recommend sandals and walking boots with good ankle support if planning to do any optional walk.

Torch, Sunhat and high factor sunscreen are all essential, whilst we recommend swimming costumes and towels.

The time in Morocco is GMT +0

Islam is the official religion of Morocco, and Morocco considered on the modern and opened countries in Arabic world because of its geographical situation.

The official languages of the kingdom of Morocco is Arabic and Berber, French used in administrations and correspondences, but English is spoken in Morocco by majority of the people working in Tourism, as well as other languages like : Spanish, Italian, Germany, Portuguese.

Moroccan Dirham (MAD).

ATMs are available in main towns/cities, though can be unreliable.

Not all places.

Travellers cheques are difficult to exchange and are not recommended.