Morocco is an exciting, unique
and friendly country which offers host to a multitude of unforgettable
holidays, beach side towns offering warm long days on beautiful shores,
long lost cities with a large and varied history, and a varied landscape
to explore, ranging from hard deserts, leading to woodland. Whether you
want a romantic honeymoon break, escape from a grey city, or just a break
from a monotony of life, Morocco has it all.
A Moroccan Guide
Even though Morocco offers
so much for any holiday maker, and due to this is quickly increasing in
popularity in the tourist industry, Morocco has a bad name for being a
difficult county to take a holiday too. Would be visitors should focus
on researching the needs of a holiday maker, including those who are looking
to rent a villa, riad or palace. Visiting Morocco can be a rememberable
experience to treasure, as long as any would be travelers remember that
a holiday to Morocco is a lot different to a holiday in Europe.
Morocco is a country found
on the north west coast of Africa, and is a hub of culture, great food
and wonderful architecture all deriving from its African heritage, but
also covered in a layer of European flavour, the result of being so close
to Europe, and its years of French empiric rule. The information below
should help you with your research of a holiday to Morocco.
At the time of writing the average electricity supply is 220 volts, 50Hz.
The Two pin round plugs are the most commonly in use.
is the main language spoken inside the country of Morocco, but eight other
languages are also widely spoken including Spanish, Berber and French.
English speaking Natives are mostly found around the main tourist areas,
but French is most widely known.
No vaccinations are necessary when entering Morocco. It is generally usual
practice to only drink bottled water when outside main towns and cities,
and avoiding food sold on streets is essential. Hospitals are in most major
towns and insurance is a necessity.
Tipping staff: usual
tip, of ten too fifteen percent, is generally expected in the more high
class bars and restaurants, though many places have a built in service
charge. lot of the services preformed by staff are done with the ultimate
aim of getting a higher tip, but don't let yourself be pushed around by
Morocco Safety Warnings:
Assault is not a major problem inside Morocco,, though there have been
a few cases of armed thievery with knives on beaches and main cities. General
common sense such as staying away from dim lit streets should keep you
Guides should be able to
show a badge from a local tourist authorities. Generally visits to Morocco
are trouble free, but like any country, acts of terrorism have occurred
before, and tourists are advised to keep a watchful eye on their holidays.
Moroccan customs and Laws:
since Morocco is a Muslim dominated country, the showing of naked skin
is generally a bad idea, so avoiding shorts, swimsuits and other showing
clothes outside of your hotel or beach, as you, especially females, will
be less hassle. Smoking is a common hobby, and is generally shared inside
social situations. It is important that religious customs are respected
for example during the month of Radaman, eating drinking and smoking should
be done out of sight since it is disallowed by the Muslim customs. Things
should only be passed from person to person with the right hand, since
the left hand is seen as unclean. Gay and lesbian acts are a criminal offense,
and none marital sexual relations are against the law.
Duty Free Laws: People
(Over the age of eighteen) entering Morocco can bring:
50 Cigars or 200 Cigarettes
or 400 grams of tobacco.
1 ltr spirits & 1 ltr
5 grams of perfume.
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Morocco Culture with Cultural Tours by Ron Victor
Culture of Morocco tells
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The mixture of the French
language and the Islamic religion make Morocco a unique destination for
us. It is important for travelers to learn as much as possible in advance
so that we can travel respecting these differences and minimizing any negative
Modest dress and a few words
in local language are the keys to unlocking the doors of local interaction
in Morocco. A respect and understanding of the differences between yourself
and the other citizens of the world will make for beneficial interaction
for all parties. In particular your visit to the small village Imlil in
the High Atlas Mountains and the experience of camping in the Sahara with
the Berber people gives you the opportunity to share the best of yourself
and receive the best the locals of these environs have to offer. This will
be a life time experience for you.
Trekking in the Atlas Mountains
will surely make for an incredible holiday. The tiny villages perched on
the sides of the mountain, the warmth and hospitality of the Berber people
and the spectacular views over there all add up to an amazing Atlas Mountain
holiday. Marrakech or Marrakech, known as the "Red City" or "Al Hamra,"
is a famous city with a population of 1,036,500 in southwestern Morocco,
near the foothills of the Atlas Mountains.
After Casablanca, Marrakesh
is the second largest city in Morocco and was known to early travelers
as "Morocco City." Prior to the advent of the Almoravids in the 11th century,
this area was ruled from the city of Aghmat.
Marrakech has the largest
traditional market in Morocco and also has the busiest square in the entire
continent of Africa, which is called Djemaa el Fna. The square bustles
with acrobats, story-tellers, dancers, water sellers and musicians by day;
and food stalls by night, becoming a huge open-air restaurant.
Like many North African and
Middle Eastern cities, Marrakech is comprised of both old fortified city
the medina and an adjacent modern city called Gueliz.
It is served by Menara International
Airport and a rail link to Casablanca and the north.
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MIDDLE ATLAS REGION FEATURED HOTEL - MOROCCO
Little Switzerland) is a town and ski resort in the Middle Atlas region
of Morocco. Ifrane is 1665 metres (5,460 ft) in altitude and is part of
the Meknès-Tafilalet region. In Tamazight, the regional Berber language,
"ifran" means caves.
Ifrane Suites & Spa Located in Ifrane, hip ski
resort in the Middle Atlas region, often called the Little Switzerland
of Morocco, the landmark Hotel Michlifen Ifrane Suites & Spa is an
exclusive venue with grand architecture and a fantastic setting. Guests
can choose from the à la carte dainties of the Gourmet restaurant,
boasting a refined Baroque-style dining room, the delicious traditional
Moroccan specialities of the restaurant with Moorish décor, and
the French bistro inspired dishes of the Brasserie. For after-dinner spirits,
liqueurs and premium cigars, guests are invited to the British lobby bar
& cigar room. Guests can indulge the pampering cares offered at the
complete Spa with Water Bar, Jacuzzi, 2 pools and traditional Hammam, and
take advantage of the innumerable sport facilities available at the on-site
fitness center during their leisure time.