Morocco Safari Tours & Holidays

Morocco, a North African country bordering the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, is distinguished by its Berber, Arabian, and European cultural influences. Marrakesh’s medina, a mazelike medieval quarter, offers entertainment in its Djemaa el-Fna square and souks (marketplaces) selling ceramics, jewelry, and metal lanterns. The capital Rabat’s Kasbah of the Udayas is a 12th-century royal fort overlooking the water.

Morocco is a country of many facets, reflecting its rich cultural heritage and long and colorful history. This predominantly Muslim country is renowned for delicious cuisine, beautiful architecture, exotic souks, and a flourishing Berber culture. Geographically, Morocco is characterized by rugged mountains, fertile oases, ancient fortified port cities, and magnificent deserts. It is one of only three countries with both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines and has long been a favorite destination for travelers.

How to get to Morocco

The simplest way to get to Morocco is, of course, to fly. Alternatively, you could fly to France, Spain, or Gibraltar and pick up a ferry there; or, from Britain or Ireland, you could go all the way by land and sea.

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Passport, Visa, and Entry requirements for Morocco

You must have a valid passport with at least one blank page; Visas are not required for visits lasting less than 90 days If you remain in Morocco beyond 90 days without having requested an extension of stay, you will need to appear before a judge prior to departing Morocco.

The health sector of Morocco

The healthcare system is made up of AMO (Mandatory Health Insurance). The Moroccan health care system has four layers, the first being “primary healthcare”. This includes clinics, health centers, and local hospitals for public healthcare, and infirmaries and medical offices for private healthcare. But foreign nationals may have to access private medical care or pay for medical care please ensure you purchase travel insurance.

Malaria and Yellow fever vaccination for Morocco

Courses or boosters usually advised: Hepatitis A; Tetanus. Other vaccines to consider Rabies; Typhoid Selectively advised vaccines – only for those individuals at highest risk: Hepatitis B. No yellow fever vaccination certificate required for Morocco.

Malaria is extremely rare in Morocco and is limited to rural Chefchaouen. Travelers visiting the province between May and October might want to consider taking malaria tablets and using some form of mosquito repellent to avoid bites, especially if sleeping outside.

Currency of Morocco

The Moroccan dirham -the dirham is the legal tender in Morocco, made up of 100 units each of them called a santim. Dirhams are the official Moroccan currency since 1882, and they come in coins of nine denominations and banknotes of four denominations.

Official Language of Morocco

In Morocco, there are two official languages, Arabic and Amazigh, which are spoken in the streets and villages of Morocco. Classical Arabic, more commonly known as Literary Arabic, is the administrative language of the country.

Best time to travel to Morocco

April thru early June and September thru November is much more comfortable in terms of temperatures and there are fewer fellow tourists. June through August can be extremely hot, while the winter months are quite cold, especially in the Sahara and Atlas mountains.

What to wear in Morocco

A woman traveling to Morocco should wear long skirts and dresses, jeans or pants that cover the knees, draping tunics, polo shirts, and camisoles that can be worn under sweaters and cardigans. Women generally wear sandals or loafers; rarely do they wear heels morocco is largely Islamic so sharia laws may apply so travelers are advised to dress decently.

What to bring while traveling to Morocco

It’s pretty hot in morocco so travelers need to pack wise while traveling to Morocco for vacation.

  • Traveler’s diarrhea is a real concern in Morocco and when every single person on the trip falls ill, Imodium is passed around like Skittles.
  • Water, plenty of water.
  • Socks.
  • Electrolyte tablets.
  • Sunscreen.
  • Hat.
  • Insect Repellent.
  • Headwraps & scarves.

Car hire and driving in Morocco

You do not need an international driver’s license to drive in Morocco or rent a car there. Just bring your passport, credit card, and your driver’s license from your home may be much safer to hire a vehicle with a driver.

Accommodation in Morocco

Morocco’s largest city and major Atlantic Ocean port are Casablanca, an industrial and commercial center. The capital, Rabat, lies a short distance to the north on the Atlantic coast. You will be able to find decent accommodation in Morocco but advance booking is required while traveling to Morocco.

Local food of Morocco

The main Moroccan dish most people are familiar with is couscous; beef is the most commonly eaten red meat in Morocco, usually eaten in a tagine with a wide selection of vegetables. Chicken is also very commonly used in tagines or roasted. They also use additional ingredients such as plums, boiled eggs, and lemon.

Tipping while Travelling in Morocco

There is no “rule of thumb” per se regarding tipping in Morocco. Moroccan locals themselves might only leave a few dirhams on the dinner bill.  We recommend tipping based on the service you receive and feel free to tip anything from 10% for restaurants and hotels but guides Tipping is different we recommend 20 USD per day for guides.

Further information for Morocco

Rainbows of color, spice-market smells, and an urban orchestra of sounds: Morocco can be overwhelming at first.

Lying 13 kilometers, or 8 miles, from the coast of Spain, the North African country mixes Middle Eastern magic, Berber tradition, and European flair.

Tourism has more than doubled since 2002, to nearly 10 million visitors in 2011. King Mohammed VI wants to increase the annual visitor numbers to 18 million by 2020.

The royal ruler’s strategy is underpinned by infrastructure development, making traveling around the country even easier.

Safety of Morocco

The good news is the safety status of Morocco was updated to level 1 in early 2018, which means it’s now considered safe to travel to the country and tourists should exercise a normal level of caution while visiting.


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