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Is Morocco a safe country for travelers?
Morocco is safe, although one may get some hassle from vendors especially in major cities like Marrakech, a smile and "no, thank you," will do. 

How much does a tour cost?
The price depends on several factors: the number of people traveling, type of accommodations desired (i.e., budget, moderate, luxury), time of traveling, duration/number of days traveling (e.g., 1 day or 4 weeks). No worries, just get in touch with us for a free tour estimate.

What's the dress code in Morocco?
You do not need to be covered from head to toe! Dress casually and comfortably, but preferably with nothing tight or revealing, as that may attract some attention.

Will I be able to access internet?
Yes, most of the premises we work with offer free Wifi, and cyber cafes are widely available. Our vehicles are equipped with wifi for your use en route as well.

How do I prepare for my camel trek?
Depending on the time of the year the activity takes place, a hat, sunglasses, and sunblock will be of use, so are hand-sanitizer, flashlight, comfortable walking shoes, and a jacket to add on after the sunset, if you're traveling in winter. 

Can I use credit cards in Morocco? 
In some places, credit cards are accepted, and the most commonly accepted is Visa. However, Morocco is cash country in general. It's best is to use ATMs, which have a small fee and are widely available. Do not forget to let your bank and credit card companies know in advance that you are using your cards overseas.

What would be a memorable Moroccan experience?
Camel ride at the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. Stroll at the medina of Fes or Marrakech. Drive through the dramatic High Atlas Mountains. Share a mint tea or meal at a local home. Try a hammam experience. (Or many others we can suggest in a consultation with you).

Am I expected to tip for any service I receive at restaurants for example?
When satisfied, please do tip 10 to 15 percent of the total bill. It's highly recommended to carry with you a few Moroccan Dirhams. 

What medicines should I bring?
Kindly bring any medicines you take at home, as well as anti-diarrhea medications in case of food poisoning.

What type of electrical receptacle should I expect?
Two round prongs, similar to European ones. Morocco voltage is 250 V.

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