is meant to facilitate the discovery of morocco, Please be aware
of these terms, conditions and tips.
Reservation / Book A Tour:
To confirm your tour in advance, a 40%
payment is required, only when you are totally satisfied with your
personalized tour plan.
The payment methods we accept include: Western
Union or Money
Any cancellation made prior to the arrival day
will incur a charge as follow:
30% of the deposit will be refunded within 1 month of
the arrival day.
10% of the deposit will be refunded within 20 days of
the arrival day.
No refund of the deposit will be paid within 10 days of
the arrival day.
It is your sole responsibility to obtain all the necessary travel
documents, for example: a passport, driver's licence and any visas
if needed. Please arrange this well in advance and check that are
valid before your departure date until you return.
Vaccinations and health concerns:
There are no required vaccination documentations for Morocco. Some
vaccinations such as (Hepatitis, Typhoid, Rabies…) are recommended
for all travellers before they travel to Morocco.
check out your
personal requirements with your doctor.
Each town in Morocco has at least one pharmacy where you can
purchase most of necessary medicaments, pills, condoms and any other
health care product. If you have any particular case, bring your
P.S: bear in mind that it is difficult to find pharmacies and
medical care in rural and poorer areas.
To Call the Emergency Ambulance: 177
Prices Depends On Different Factors:
Number of participants.
Number of selected travel days.
Accommodations: the hotel category and the total number of rooms.
and low season.
We always offer accommodations at reasonable price depending on your
Low budget, Mid-range budget or Top-range budget.
We suggest good quality hotels and hostels in Morocco where to stay
during your trip, and we are always looking for new
accommodation to suits our client’s needs.
If you have any different accommodation in mind .Just let us know in
advance. Your comfort is
above anything else!
It is recommended to drink only bottled water and avoid drinking
tap water at all.
Mineral water bottle is widely
available in shops, restaurants and hotels across the country.
Berber whisky: a green tea combined with mint which is served up
every morning and evening. Moroccans drink this wonderful sweet and
refreshing drink several times per a day.
It is considered a sign of
is served in many cafes and restaurants.
Also, Alcohol is available in restaurants, bars, supermarkets, clubs
Moroccan food is delicious
and rich with healthy recipes; most dishes are prepared with chicken
or beef or lamb, vegetables or dried fruit with a combination of
spices to enhance its flavour.
It is advisable to avoid eating uncooked and raw foods, and always
eat at clean places.
The main meals you can expect to find in some restaurants include:
Berber omelette (a combination of eggs, onions, tomatoes, and
herbs, cooked in oil along with some spices).
Bissara (a thick soup made from split bean with olive oil served
as breakfast meal).
Brochettes (grilled meat).
Couscous (steamed semolina with meat and vegetable stew above
Harira (thick soup made from lentils, chick peas and tomatoes).
Kefta (ground beef usually mixed
with minced onion, cumin, paprika, coriander and parsley).
Tajine (referred to a ware pot, also can contains meat +
vegetable stew or vegetarian).
Pastilla (is a sweet made of
Mixture of onion, chicken, eggs and almonds, and spiced with
cinnamon wrapped in flaky pastry).
Lunch meals are
not included in our tours;
cost will vary depending on your own personal requirements.
Please ask for the Menu when you are in the restaurant.