A deposit of 50% Is required in order to confirm the booking and secure the space. The payment is accepted either by credit card or bank transfer. Or payment online , The Rest should be paid 1 month Before Arrival Date.
For the payment by credit card an additional 5% will be charged.
Traveler must have in your possession a signed, valid passport that will remain valid for at least 6 months beyond the completion of their trip. Entrance is not allowed with identity card.It is each traveler’s responsibility to obtain all documents necessary for admittance to Morocco.
Basic medicines: We advise you take with you some of the regular medicaments such as paracetamol, an antibiotic for the stomach, lactic ferments. You must avoid eating cold food. too frequently and drinks with ice. No kind of vaccination is required.
Morocco has a diverse geography, from the cooler, wetter Mediterranean and Atlantic coast in the north, to the desperately hot, arid deserts and mountains of the south. Clients can encounter a wide range of climatic conditions and they should be prepared. Wherever they go in the country, they should carry bottled water, and drink as much as they can to ward off dehydration.
*Carry a sweater or lightweight jacket for evenings and fiercely air-conditioned interiors.
*Pack comfortable, walking shoes. Shoes with crepe or rubber soles are best for walking in the desert and temple sites.
*Pack a swimming suit; many local hotels have swimming pools.
*Sunglasses, sun block and a sunhat.
The local currency is the Dirham (Dhs). Foreign currencies can be converted at most banks, but it’s not wise to carry too much. Pounds Sterling, US Dollars or Euros can be changed into local currency at any hotel, airport or bureau de change. The exchange rate is fairly fixed and commission rates low or non-existent. It is illegal to import or export Moroccan currency.
ATMs are installed in most towns providing a secure and cost- effective way to retrieve money from bank account or credit card (usually up to maximum of 4000 Dhs) –It can be difficult to find an ATM machine that takes your card outside big cities; clients should always make sure to have enough cash to carry until the next major city. Banks are generally open Monday to Friday from 08:30 to 16:00.
MasterCard, Visa and American Express are widely accepted, even in some shops in the souks, particularly for carpets. However, it is advisable to have cash for petrol/diesel.
Traveler’s cheques are not accepted in Morocco.
As in all foreign countries, it is considered polite to adhere to and show respect for local customs. Urban culture is greatly influenced by Western culture, but in rural areas traditional values and crafts continue. Clients should always ask permission before taking photographs of local people as offence may easily be caused.
The visit of mosques or other religious sites require conservative dress. Both sexes should cover their arms, legs and shoulders.
Women should cover their heads with a scarf when entering a mosque.
Tipping is customary in Morocco, and while it is certainly up to the discretion of each client, to a certain extent it is recommended in order to guarantee the best level of service.