FAQ, what you need to know about Morocco

FAQ about Morocco

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Travelling In Morocco's staff give you all the details about the tours. What you need to know after or before booking your Morocco tour. Read the FAQ about Morocco below!

All about Morocco

What you need to know about Morocco, from the prices, negotiation while shopping, and allowed things to do in public. Even more, we will tell you about the food, and the best time to visit.


We give you information and pre asked questions about what you need to bring when coming to Morocco. Also, we give you details about hotels, stations, camps, and what is related to a visit preparation.

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Trips info, from booking methods, cancellation, and customizing itineraries.

Yes, you surely can extend your tour according to your needs. Feel free to send us a quote during or after the tour.

With Travelling In Morocco, you are able to customize the itinerary that suits your needs. Our staff is available 24/7 to make your experience authentic.

Yes, we offer private (for solo, couples, and private family) and group tours at no maximum. If you are travelling alone with us, your safety is our responsibility.

Tipping is optional depending on the service offered by the staff. However, it is recommended to tip at a minimum of 1 EURO.

With Travelling In Morocco, we can offer the most comfortable types of cars; a 4WD for private tours, and a Mini-Van for group tours.

Yes, you can bring your babies, ou transportation is known to be very comfortable with babies’ seats. Your family’s comfort is our priority.

Yes, you can cancel and get your refund if you have canceled your tour participation 15 days before the arrival date.

Without a knowledgeable guide, you are missing a lot about Morocco. Our country is rich in cultures. Therefore, it is very recommended to see it with the eyes of a local guide.

With Travelling In Morocco, you can pay using online payments, cash, and even a cheque in person. 


What you need to prepare and plan for a visit to Morocco

Yes, ATMs are available in every part of the country, depending on the card some might not be able to change or transfer your money. However, your guide will make sure you find the right ones.

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All about Morocco

FAQ about Morocco in general, answered questions about the kingdom.

Morocco is a country of paradox. So any time is appropriate to travel to Morocco, you just need to know which part of Morocco you want to visit. For example, it might be so hot in the desert, but at the same time super cold in some other places in the Kingdom.

In Morocco, there are two official languages, Berber(Tamazight) and Arabic. 

When arriving in Morocco, you will find many people selling SIM cards that you can use to access the Internet. Moreover, you can use WIFI when you arrive at your accommodation or luxury camp.

In most places in Morocco, people respect what you wear. However, for women, it is always better not to wear shorts.

Clearly, the most popular Moroccan foods are Tagine and Couscous. Besides other delicious meals such as Pastilla, Pittabread(Mdfouna, Berber pizza).

Morocco is a Muslim country and kissing in public places is not something appropriate to do.

The official currency of Morocco is Dirham(MAD). However, many places and people in Morocco accept Euros as a method of payment and sometimes Dollars too.

The majority of Moroccans speak two of the three languages, Berber, Arabic, and French. English is not a very common language, but still, a large number of people understand and speak it.

Moroccans cater to vegan options, in every place you just need to inform earlier. For example, Couscous and Tagine can be prepared without meat and still taste delicious. 

Negotiating is something that is part of the Moroccan culture. As a result, you will need to bargain in traditional souks, small shops, and with those who sell commodities in the street but not in general markets.

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