Reservations for our services are confirmed upon receipt of 30% of the total booking price as a deposit. This deposit will be applied towards the total price of the trip with the balance due upon your arrival.
We recommend reserving your dates as soon as possible to assure availability, accommodations are limited during heavy travel period (Christmas and Holy Week)
We accept PayPal, direct bank transfers, and Western Union money transfers as forms of payment.
Deposits will be fully refunded up to 5 days before the date of the trip. The client will be refunded 50% of their deposit for cancellations made up to 3 days before the trip date, and the deposit is non-refundable for cancellations made less than 2 days before the arrival date.
Due to the varied landscape of Morocco, from the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts, the mountains, and the desert, the climate varies greatly. Generally speaking, the climate is warm, with December, January, and February being the coldest months of the year. In August, the desert temperatures reach highs up to 50℃
We recommend that you bring ample sun protection (hat, sunglasses, sunblock, and lip protection) You should also bring personal hygiene products, soap, and moisturizers for the skin and hair, as well as basic medicines such as ibuprofen, aspirin, laxatives, Imodium (for stomach problems), insect repellant.
You can purchase items for sun protection, personal hygiene, and first aid but accessibility and selection are limited, so to ensure your comfort it is advisable to bring your own.
In regards to clothing, we recommend comfortable footwear, loose clothing that can be layered, and a warm jacket for the nights, which can get very cold.
There are no mandatory vaccines necessary to enter Morocco. Nevertheless, it is recommended to receive vaccinations for typhoid and hepatitis A & B.
In reality, the dry and sunny climate of Morocco is known to aid in the recovery of some illnesses. The desert area of Erg Chebbi, a popular destination for travelers, is well known for the healing qualities of its therapeutic sand baths.
For the most current and accurate information on health and vaccines, we advise you visit your country’s Ministry of Health website.
All visitors to Morocco need a passport with one blank page and valid for six months from their date of entry.
The citizens of Spain, the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, the United Kingdom and Australia do not need a visa to enter Morroco.
Citizens from all other countries should check with their nearest Moroccan Embassy for current regulations regarding visas. Please visit the following website for information regarding Moroccan embassies and consulates around the world.
The National currency of Morocco is the dirham (MAD) which is divided into 100 cents. The Central Bank fixes the value of the dirham daily based on the foreign exchange rate. At present the exchange is 1€ = 1,103 Dirhams.
Travelers can either change money at the airport upon arrival or at a bank in a city center. It is advisable to keep all paperwork regarding currency exchange transactions to avoid difficulties upon exit from Morocco. Hotels, restaurants and bazaars in the big cities accept payment from some other currencies, but travelers risk exchange rates different from the official daily exchange rate. This usually does not happen if the payment is done by credit card but additional charges may be applied by the credit card company. We advise changing money at the bank for the safest and fairest transaction.
Internet speeds are acceptable but will be a little slow in rural areas.
Available internet options: 3G, 4G, ADSL.
You can get a sim card from one of the companies below and use the internet on your phone: Maroc Telecom, Orange, Inwi
Most of the accommodations with which we work offer free wifi connections.
Phone: The international telephone code of Morocco is +212 or 00212
Morocco is in the Greenwich+1 time zone all over the year.
We cater to the needs of our clients. Vegetarians and those with other dietary requirements will have no problem finding delicious options available from the wide variety of grains and vegetables that make up Morocco’s exotic cuisine.