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FAQ

What documents need to travel to Morocco?

One can say that Morocco is a country with very open borders for Europe, the US, Australia and most of South America. They only need a passport valid for the entire stay. Both into and out of Morocco. You should have at least six months after your return date validity.

Others countries: The best option for citizens of other countries is to ask the embassy of Morocco in your country. You can also find information on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Morocco. (http://www.consulat.ma).


Health, Do I need to take out private health insurance?

The price of private hospitals is usually quite high, so it is advisable to take out medical insurance to avoid possible problems during the trip and also for having a lot of attention in case something happens.


What is the official language of Morocco? Will I find people who speak my language?

The official language of Morocco is Arabic but, due to its French and Spanish past, these two languages are widely spoken, especially the first. French is the language in which higher education is taught. Owing to tourism and the needs of business, if you speak French, English or Spanish will not have problems to communicate with much of the population of Morocco.


What is the official currency of Morocco?

The currency of Morocco is the Moroccan dirham (dh). The symbol is MAD (Moroccan dirham). The Dirham is darahim plural, although dirhams is commonly accepted. Each can be divided into 100 dirham santimat. In Morocco you will find notes of 20, 25, 50, 100, 200 dirhams. Coins in circulation are 1, 5, 10 and 20 santimat and 0.5, 1, 2, 5 and 10 dirhams. The 1 santim currently no longer minted.


What is the most appropriate clothes to wear?

It is advisable in all cases is not very flashy clothes out to not conflict with the country's inhabitants. It is also advisable to bring some warm clothes even in summer we travel because even though it is very sunny during the day, night temperatures rarely drop much.


A woman can travel alone?

No problem, the people of Morocco are used to accustomed with foreign women.