Eight Things to Know Before Visiting Morocco


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The number of people visiting Morocco is increasing every year. If you are visiting Morocco as a photographer, you will certainly have a busy day as there will be lots of things that allure to capture in your camera.


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The number of people visiting Morocco is increasing every year. If you are visiting Morocco as a photographer you will certainlyhave a busydayas there will be lotsofthingsthat allure tocaptureinyour camera. So you are planning for Morocco private holidays Let me guide you through a few tips that willhelpyou make themost ofyourMoroccotour. Dress Properly: Overall men can dressastheywish butfemalesshould attiremore conservatively.Ifyou are not dressed properly you may get harassed especially in crowded places while visiting mosques you should cover down even your ankles and wrists. For the ladies travelers out thereitcertainlyaidstohaveascarf orshawl intheirbag. Currency cost: More renowned stores will receive credit card but the street vendors cabs and smaller markets w o n ’ t.Sobepreparedwith local currency.

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Keep change with you: Moroccan cab drivers hardly have change when you require it. To ignore overpaying always keep changewith you. Learn to bargain: If you are shopping in the medinas or markets you must know how to bargain. Selling is like their national job and bargaining is part of their tradition. If you can spend some time while bargaining y o u ’ll get the items for a minimumof25 percent less ofthe startingprice. Ifa deal d o e sn ’ tsuityou get away –theywill call you multipletimes tonegotiate adeal.

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Fridays are Holidays: Do n ’ t forget that Morocco is a Muslimnation so be alert about their holidays otherwise you may be there when everything is closed. Amajority of the shops attractions are closed on Friday. Watch your wallet or money bag: Though most of the Moroccans are honest and friendly but you should be cautious about pickpocketsespecially inthecrowded places orthemedinas. What languages do they speak Moroccans speak a blend of Berber Arabic French and English. You will be ok with English in most of the larger towns but you will possibly require a translator in the rural areas of the nation. Therefore you may even find a translator in your travel packages to Morocco.

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Visiting Mosques: Ifyou arethinkingtovisit Moroccan mosques you maybeoutofluckunlessyou areMuslim. Mainstream of mosques are off-limits to non-Muslims with the exemption of the grand HassanIIMosqueinCasablanca. T h e y ’re stillgorgeoustotake picturesfrom outside. Overall Morocco is a lovely nation and private tours to Morocco will certainly give you the bestsightofit.

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