A journey starts at the same moment you have it in mind. It starts long before the departure whatever happens, it scales and the preparation is an adventure
in itself. The key of success is closely linked with your choice of documentation, material and the rational organisation of the space you have at your
British citizens don't need Visas to go to Morocco if the stay is less than three months. The passports must be valid all along your stay in Morocco.
For citizens of other countries they have to visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Morocco and the Cooperation.
There is no compulsory vaccine or anti-malarial drug treatment.
Avoid water from Â« oueds Â» or rivers; it is advised to drink water in bottle.
(Water from Hayat, Imouzzer, Sidi Ali, Sidi Harazem, is still; water from OulmÃ¨s is sparkling).
Bring basic medicines in case of diarrhoea, vomiting, headaches, etc and material of first aid, however if you do not want to be overloaded you can obviously
buy medicines in the country.
In general, mobiles works in Morocco (Ask ROOMING to your network company)
You can find them in most places, they accept coins and cards.
Call abroad from Morocco:
Dial 00 and the country dialling code wanted (+44 for the UK)
Call Morocco from abroad:
Dial the dialling code of Morocco: 00 212 and then dial the number wanted.
The suitable clothes if you travel in summer:
short trouser, cotton shirt, sweatpants, shoes or comfortable sandals and some hot clothes if you
are travelling in the mountainous areas; hats or other accessories to protect you from the sun and overall a good pair of sun glasses. A good sunscreen cream
is essential and some insecticides.
If you travel in winter:
comfortable and warm clothes, coat, sleeping bag, etc.
The clock changes in Morocco is turned backward two hours to local time in winter, while if you are travelling in summer, the clock change is turned forward
one hour to the local time.