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You can have it all in Morocco, from the coastal cities on the edge of Europe to the ancient villages in the Sahara Desert. All your Morocco holiday essentials will be taken care of by us while you choose from our optional experiences to craft your dream trip to Morocco. Whether you want to haggle in the old medinas of Fez or dive into the royal palaces and romance of Casablanca, there are endless chances to get lost in Morocco, but always your way.
Morocco is a conservative country and you’ll need to wear modest clothing that covers your shoulders, knees and stomach. It’s best to wear long, loose clothing to beat the heat.
A scarf is one of the most useful things to have when you visit Morocco. It keeps the sun and sand off your face, while women can use it to cover their head at religious sites.
It’s custom to take off your shoes when entering homes, hammams and traditional restaurants in Morocco, so bring a pair of comfortable slip-on sandals.
Islam is the state religion of Morocco and it's important to respect the rules that forbid non-Muslims from entering sacred areas like mosques and shrines.
You could fill up dozens of SD cards with photos when traveling through Morocco’s spectacular landscapes, but it’s important to always ask permission before taking photos of people.
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