FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
BEFORE YOU SET OFF
WHY CHOOSE US?
We are a small boutique company, so we can offer you
the most personalised attention and total reliability in planning your dream trip to Morocco. For over 9 years Younes has been showing visitors from all over the world the Morocco he knows and loves. His dedication, energy and vast local knowledge will ensure you experience the trip of your life time.
MY FLIGHT ARRIVES AT MIDNIGHT - CAN SOMEONE MEET ME AT THE AIRPORT?
Yes, you will be met at the airport no matter what time of day or night you arrive even if your flight is delayed.
IS THE WATER
SAFE enough TO DRINK?
Drinking water directly from a tap in Morocco isn't a good idea. However, the Moroccan authorities are concerned about the pollution caused by plastic from bottled water, and many hotels have filtered water for guests which is considered safe to drink.
ARE THERE ANY HEALTH PRECAUTIONS I SHOULD TAKE?
Prior to leaving home, it is wise to consult your doctor regarding any necessary vaccinations. Travel insurance is also advised in case of an unexpected medical emergency.
IS THERE A DRESS CODE?
The way you dress should be suited to your activity e.g. if you are riding camels then a skirt is not ideal. Clothing should also reflect weather conditions and be respectful of the Moroccan culture. It is a good idea for ladies to carry a scarf to cover their head at religious sites.
WHAT FOODS ARE AVAILABLE?
Wonderful foods both local and international are available, but please let us know if you have allergies or specific dietary requirements.
WHAT is the best
time of year to visit?
Morocco is at its most beautiful in spring (mid-March
to May) when the landscape is green and lush, making for spectacular mountain hiking. Temperatures are very pleasant during Autumn (September to October).
ARE THERE ANY ATMs WHERE I CAN WITHDRAW LOCAL CURRENCY?
There are many ATMs, so withdrawing local currency should not be a problem.
Are credit cards accepted?
Credit cards are widely accepted in the larger hotels and restaurants, but cash will be required for shopping in the local markets.
will my mobile work?
Your mobile phone should work in most areas, but if you are travelling to remote parts of the desert or mountains, there may be limited reception.
will language be a problem?
Both English and French are widely understood and spoken throughout Morocco. While shopkeepers in the souks are Arabic speakers who may only have minimal English, your guide will be happy to accompany you on your shopping trips to help with communication and bargaining for your purchases.