Morocco Travel Tips

Some frequently asked question to help make your Moroccan Holiday more comfortable and calm.

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  • You do not need any vaccines to enter to country, no does malaria exist in Africa.
  • You need 6 months validity on your passport
  • Most major countries do not need a visa to travel to Morocco, but check the Moroccan consulate list to see if you do need one.
  • The best airport to travel into is Marrakech (RAK) which is 6 kilometres from the city centre, or you may also fly into Cassablanca Airport (CMN), which is located 227 kilometres north of Marrakech.
  • Morocco is a Muslim country, so it is important to cover your shoulders and knees when traveling the country. Marrakech is a more liberal and westernized city, but to respect the culture and avoid unwanted attention we advise dressing modestly.
  • Take out travel insurance (Try World Nomads insurance)
  • We recommend also brining a credit card with no balance in case of emergencies.
  • There are no cash points or ATMS to take out cash after Zagora (on the way to the Sahara Camp) and the camp does not take credit cards on site.
  • You may need travel sickness pills for the atlas mountains, especially for kids.
  • The language of Morocco is Moroccan Arabic, however French is spoken throughout the country as well. Many moroccans speak english, however it is not as commonly spoken as most European countries.
  • The Sahara camp is 8 located hours for Marrakech and all transport will be arranged by Camp Adounia.
  • Hand sanitizer and wet wipes are recommended for convenience and cleanliness.