About Morocco

ABOUT MOROCCO

Morocco is officially called the Kingdom of Morocco. It is a beautiful country situated between Algeria and the Atlantic Ocean. The vast land of the Sahara Desert runs through it and there are many fascinating facts about Morocco Market stall in the Medina souk in Marrakech, Morocco selling decorative African platesthat people don’t know about this stunning country.


First time to Morocco?

Tipping is considered customary in Morocco. However, You are not obliged to give tips. – Keep a copy of emergency numbers, for police call -190 and ambulance call-150. – Morocco is world-renowned for its handicrafts: artisanal soaps, woven baskets, traditional carpets, leatherwork, and more – make sure you spoil yourself to a gastronomical treat of the Moroccan Cuisine and enjoy one of the best-kept secrets of the African continent. – Fez, visit the Medina, the Tanners’ Quarter, Zaouia Moulay Idriss II Shrine, and the Kairouine Mosque. Meknes, one of the most beautiful and powerful Imperial cities in Morocco. – Marrakech, a pearl polished by history and its tradition of hospitality. – Casablanca, home of thousand small crafts and trades and the showcase of Art Deco architecture.


What is the best time to visit Morocco?

Morocco with its climate diversity makes it a perfect destination all along the year. Subsequently, Your Trip in Morocco is are running its Morocco Travel Packages all the year. Some (to northern parts of Spain, for example) – are only running from March till October. In any case, under each tour’s description, it says exactly when it runs. Example: ‘’Sundays all year’’ – means that on every single Sunday of the year the tour will start, no matter how many people signed up, even if it’s you only.
What is the official currency in Morocco?
The currency of Morocco is The Moroccan Dirham (MAD). The currency for Morocco was issued by the Bank of Al-Maghrib which is Morocco’s central bank. Historically, the Moroccan Dirham originates from the Byzantine Empire’s Drachm, and was used in Arabia and the Levant in pre-Islamic times. The name “Dirham” came from the Roman word “denarius”.
Is Morocco a safe country to visit?
Morocco has been a safe tourist destination for years. Moroccan people have gained their reputation for warmth and kindness towards visitors. Moroccan cities are generally very safe, especially in touristic areas where tourists are frequently there. Morocco is a very well secured country, where Police is in every location and so many checking points are available, this is what makes Morocco a safe and 100% secured destination.
Is Morocco safe for travel?
Transparently, Morocco could be considered one of the calmest and safe destination in North-Africa. Morocco has a very low crime rate in comparison to other countries of the world. If travelers take sensible precautions during their Morroco Travel Packages, they will surely be safe. Accompanied by your tour guide and leader you will be in the highest level of safety during your Morocco vacations.
How can I obtain my visa to visit Morocco?
Visitors to Morocco must have a passport valid for at least 6 months beyond the scheduled return date to enter Morocco and you can obtain a visa from Morocco Consulate before departure. Also, entry visa with USD 27 per passport is available upon arrival in Morocco airports for specific nationalities and you will need to check before. -Some nationalities don’t need a visa to visit Morocco for the purpose of tourism for up to 3 months such as United States of America, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, Denmark, Netherlands, New Zealand, and Switzerland. For more info and details on entry visa to Morocco please check with the Moroccan consulate or embassy at your country
Moroccans speak languages other than Arabic?
English and French are studied in school all over Morocco. This is why most Moroccans, who live in the cities, speak or understand at least some English words or phrases, and most of Moroccans are speaking French well. Fewer Moroccans can speak Italian, Spanish, and German; however, professionals in the tourism sector are accustomed to visitors who cannot speak Arabic. They speak enough English and many other languages to fulfill the needs of most travelers.
Are your tours really for individuals, families, small groups of friends?
Yes. Our tours are for single travelers, couples, families, and groups of friends, whom we put together with other travelers to form a larger group for a tour.