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"I love introducing our guests to the unique energy of Morocco, and I'll show you how to navigate the country, from haggling in the bazaars to meeting local Berber tribesmen in the desert"

Travel Director
Morocco at a glance
From centuries-old cities, historic souks and grand palaces, to vibrant bazaars and medieval medinas, Morocco is where cosmopolitan cities blend with ancient traditions. Join your expert Trafalgar Travel Director and follow the sweet breeze of the Atlantic to the glorious sunsets of the Sahara Desert.
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What to pack for Morocco

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Adaptor plug

In Morocco, the standard voltage is 220 V and the power plugs and sockets are of type C and E. The standard frequency is 50 Hz.

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Modest clothing

When visiting Morocco, you’ll need to wear modest clothing that covers your shoulders and knees. Bring light, loose clothes for the heat and warm layers for chilly desert nights.

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A scarf is useful for everyone as it keeps the sun and sand off your face, while women can use it to cover their head when visiting mosques.

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Slip-on sandals

In Morocco, you’ll need comfortable sandals that you can easily slip off when entering homes, hammams and some traditional restaurants.

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Sunscreen & sunglasses

The sun can be intense in Morocco, so protect your eyes with UV-protected sunglasses and your skin with SPF 30 or higher.

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