From the peaks of the High Atlas Mountains to the wide sands of the Sahara desert in North Africa, the landscapes of Morocco's cities are as varied as the colours you'll see in the souks.
Morocco Tours is filled with snow-capped mountains, arid deserts, and winding medinas. France, Spain, and Africa have influenced this destination, so when travelling to Morocco for tourism, you will find great diversity in the people, the languages are spoken, the landscape, and the architecture.
If you are not Muslim, you will not be able to enter most the mosques
Most mosques are off-limits unless you are a Muslim (except for the gigantic Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca). Unlike other Muslim-dominated countries like Turkey, where you are invited to visit inside the mosques, mosques in Morocco usually have a closed-door policy unless you are a Muslim.
Moroccan taxi drivers rarely "have changed" when they need it. Change enough money when you get the chance. Ask at the reception of your hotel and exchange offices. Cash is widely used and is the preferred (or only) payment method.
Learn to haggle
Unless specifically labelled as a fixed-price store, most prices are negotiable. Not only for the products of the souk; Taxi fares, riads, meals, tour prices, and the nice leather goods you see can all be had at a negotiated price. If you don't haggle, you could pay ten times the cost of what it should be. Don't feel bad haggling is an integral part of the culture. The art of haggling knows you have nothing to lose if you don't buy the product.
If you're visiting during the hottest months of the year (usually June through August), pack clothing in light, breathable fabrics. It is recommended that you dress conservatively, especially during Ramadan. For women, in particular, it would be wise to cover your knees and shoulders so as not to draw unwanted attention or cause any offence, especially when visiting religious sites.
Leave your drone at home.
Morocco has a strict NO drone policy. So if you have one, you will be forced to leave it at the airport until your departure. They are not even allowed in the country, and your bags will be scanned at the airport upon entry and before departure. Better pack your best camera.
Fridays are holidays
That doesn't mean everything is closed. Many places will remain open to the public. However, some museums and attractions may be closed for hours. Always check beforehand.
You will never be in danger.
Morocco is truly a great and unique place to visit. Many women are travelling alone and enjoy Morocco to the fullest. The country is, for the most part, a safe place to visit.
Morocco's crime rates are relatively low, but it is recommended to be vigilant wherever you go and keep your valuables safe. It is a fairly friendly Muslim country, so tourists are expected to be respectful of the culture and customs of their Islamic religion. Morocco Sahara tours provide all the facilities to make your tour enjoyable.