Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Definitely yes, Original Morocco is one of the safest countries in the world, where the crime rate is very low compared to the Middle East and South America.

A visa may be required to travel to Morocco. It is your responsibility to check the visa requirements based on your country of original / nationality and to obtain the correct visa for your Moroccan trip. Morocco does offer visa-free travel for stays of up to 90 days for many countries, such as Americans, Australians, Canadians, New Zealanders, EU and British citizens.

Yes. You are responsible for obtaining your own travel insurance cover. We recommend you purchase travel insurance at the point of  booking your spot on a Morocco Vacation Travel. This is in order that you are insured should unforeseen circumstances prevent you from attending the trip.

Actually, there’s no shared group for now. However, if you have your own group the answer is Yes!

The best time to visit Morocco is when you’re on your vacation. Well, from August to May. The temperature during the summer season is very high, especially in the Sahara desert, but Don’t let the heat keep you away from exploring Morocco! Accommodations with a swimming pool are mostly available. We offer an equipped hotel in order to enjoy your tour to be enjoyed and save money.

There are several free times in the itinerary that you can use to relax at the hotel, go out to explore or go shopping. Of course, all daily activities are optional so you are welcome to skip something in favor of some down time!

No. Many women in Morocco dress just like they do in the US, you can wear anything you want, the only exception is on tours of the Mosque like Hassan II, you will need to dress conservatively as you would enter a church, with no shorts, tank tops, etc…As in any country, you should use discretion with your attire if you want to avoid unwanted attention.

Tipping in Morocco is very important for people who give you a certain service, and the average tipping in Morocco is 10%. Check our Morocco Travel Info for more.

Absolutely yes! We take care of our guests from point A to Z, as most of our travelers are solo. If you check our reviews.

Everyone doesn’t know exactly what to wear abroad. Morocco is a little different from other Islamic countries such as Egypt, the Middle east…However, Moroccan people dress like foreign people do. Pants, skirts, t-shirts you name it. But it would be much better if you dressed appropriately even not to be harassed in some places.

Once you’re happy with your trip we require a small deposit to confirm your Morocco adventure. Payments will be made via the WeTravel Payment System, which allows the use of a major credit card or bank transfer. We will then send you a reminder and payment link when the balance is due. Sometimes the balance will be paid in person upon your arrival. Euros, USD or Dirhams.

You will have an air-conditioned vehicle for the duration of the journey with your guide to take you from place to place. Please note Morocco is a big country and most Morocco desert tours do include some long driving days when you make your way out to the desert camp!

First of all, we recommend you to bring travel insurance and cash. Our private consultant will send an information pack to you before you land in Morocco. Please pay a visit to our Essential Travel Information for more information.

Our premium Morocco trips are very active and there will be lots of walking and exploring. The activities themselves are not strenuous and we have drivers throughout who take you between the hotels, restaurants, and to your activities.

We are flexible and all the tours can be modified to suit your specific needs and interests. If you have a different route in mind please let us know and we will offer a tour tailored to your specific requirements.

We offer private tours to individuals, families, and groups. Our private tours include a wide range of activities from cultural explorations, archaeology, and honeymoons, to exhilarating outdoor adventures (Atlas Mountains trekking, Camel trekking, Desert expeditions, Valley and gorges hikes, and much more).