Passports valid for the intended period of stay are required by all visitors to Morocco..Travel Health
Vaccinations recommended for travel to Morocco are Hepatitis A and Tetanus. Diphtheria..Local Currency
The local currency for Morocco is the Moroccan dirham which is divided into 100 centimes...Weather
The weather in Morocco is varied between the regions and the dependant on the season...Local Customs
The rich culture of Morocco is captured in the vibrant locals who trade frantically and..Languages
Arabic is Morocco’s official language however the country’s distinctive Arabic..Transport Options
Morocco’s main international airport is the Mohammed V International Airport with..Travel Tips
Frequently reported scams include credit card skimming and shipping inferior rugs instead..Local Food
Moroccan cuisine is a blend of Mediterranean, Arabic, Jewish, West African, Berber and..Local Timezones
Morocco Standard Time is Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and the country does not operate..Dutyfree Limits
The following goods may be imported into Morocco without incurring customs duty, however..
Arabic is Morocco’s official language however the country’s distinctive Arabic dialect is the most widely spoken language in Morocco. About 10 million Moroccans (mostly in rural areas) speak Berber and French remains the unofficial third language. Many Moroccans in the northern part of the country speak Spanish and English is rapidly becoming the foreign language of choice among educated youth.
The country code for Morocco is 212 and mobile phone coverage is mainly available in the cities in the west of the country. Public telephones can be found in city centres and Internet access is widely available in hotels, business centres and Internet cafes.
Airmail to Europe takes up to one week and can be unreliable and Post Office hours are: Mon-Fri 0830-1200 and 1430-1830, Sat 0830-1400.