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Frequently Asked Questions

10 Most frequent questions and answers

Yes, it is very safe, Morocco is the embodiment of one of the safest countries in the world, thanks to the combination of the country where the crime rate is very low and its government that is always proactive in protecting their guests and locals.

The Moroccan Dirham exchange rate is set by the central Bank of Morocco. Euros and Pounds sterling and are accepted by some larger traders. Traveller's cheques are useful for emergencies but can be very time consuming to cash. A currency exchange slip is required to change back surplus Dirham. For more details visit Morocco overview page

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 per day. 

In order to begin the booking process, Morocco Tours Agency requires a deposit of 10% of the total amount. Once we have received this deposit, we begin the booking of the hotels and transportation and all tour details.

The remaining balance can be paid to your driver upon pick up from your Hotel/Riad/airport. 

Upmarket restaurants, shops and hotels or riads in Morocco usually accept debit cards. Those that do are most likely to accept Visa or MasterCard however may apply a surcharge to cover the cost of processing your transaction. Amex is not a popular card.

 

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.

Preferably, ask the person before taking the photo. Some local people do not like to be photographed. Yet, some others may ask for a fee before taking the photo (ex; snake charmers and single artistic performers in Marrakech and Fes). We understand how it is splendid some photos would be about people, especially with typical Moroccan clothing or style, but we recommend asking permission before making a photo.

Although a predominantly Muslim country, Morocco is not dry. Alcohol is available in restaurants, liquor stores, bars, supermarkets, clubs, hotels and discos. Some Moroccans enjoy a drink although it is disapproved in public places. The local brew of choice carries the highly original name of Casablanca Beer.

 

Absolutely yes, if you have children and willing to visit Morocco, you needn’t leave them in babysitting, you’d better bring them to discover something extraordinary. This decision can be challenging for you to bear extra burdens when it comes to providing care to your children, but little kids like to amuse and enjoy traveling like adults. Besides, their Morocco experience will remain a lifetime journey for them to broaden their minds till they grow up mature.

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.

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