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Whether you are looking for a real and authentic private Morocco tour holiday, a desert adventure, a Morocco luxury desert tour, or just a one-day trip, feel free to contact us.

“In Morocco Trips” provides professional, and knowledgeable services to all our clients. It is our mission to bring a high quality of personality and trust, in turn creating an everlasting memory of Morocco. We help guide the traveler as a friend would guide a friend. Our main goal is to provide our travelers with the best personalized services.

Mustapha from Morocco and Rosa from the USA working together to design top Morocco Tours and offer the best Tourism Service during your holiday in Morocco. Contact Mustapha or Brenda and start your Morocco dream travel now.  

Why do Tourists Choose us?

Quality Tours

We’re offering & customizing high-quality tours and day trips in Morocco according to all requirements and needs of the new traveler.

Save Money

Our tour packages in Morocco were designed to suit all of our dear customers at affordable prices. No matter your budget, we have a special tour for you.

Local Team

Locals better know Morocco’s paths, culture, and people. We’re an Amazigh team (Berber) from the southeast of Morocco with an extensive experience in tourism.   

Happy Customers

Our passion for guiding tourists in Morocco helps us reach our customers’ hearts by providing them with a satisfying travel experience in Morocco.

our transport vehicles

Comfortable Transport, Comfortable Travel! In Morocco Trips, offers you the most comfortable transport for your travel in Morocco. Our transport is compatible with new travel needs including air-conditioning, enough space for your luggage, free WiFi, and phone charging capabilities.

No matter Whether you visit Morocco solo, with your partner, with family, on a private tour, or on a shared tour, we will offer you a suitable vehicle. Experience the epitome of comfort with our transport vehicles. Spacious seating, climate control, and smooth rides for a delightful journey. Also, stay connected effortlessly with our convenient in-car charging feature. Your satisfaction is our priority.

2024 Looks Wonderful

It’s your chance for a lifetime experience in Morocco in 2024

In Morocco Trips is ready to take you on unforgettable tours around Morocco and to meet new travelers all over the world.

Each year, we learn a lot about how to provide responsible travel and to do good with our clients. That has been our concern since we started.

Our trips are more than itineraries; they are designed to connect visitors to the true Moroccan culture while inspiring a positive vibe.

Welcome to Morocco for a memorable 2024  

desert tours In Morocco

Let us know when you’re ready to go for a new desert tour adventure in Morocco! Our desert trips are well-designed to make you live an extraordinary travel experience in Morocco. You can choose from our already-designed tours if any of the latter suits your needs and interests; if not, we will design a new tour for you. Your satisfaction is our duty.   

2 Days from Marrakech to Zagora desert

This 2-day trip from Marrakech to Zagora desert was designed for those who want to have a short experience in the desert of Marrakech. On this desert tour from Marrakech, you will explore the dunes of Zagora, and visit the UNESCO kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou. Contact us to customize a long Morocco Tour from Marrakech and spend an unforgettable holiday in Morocco.

4 Days Tour From Marrakech To Merzouga Desert

4 Days Tour From Marrakech To Merzouga Desert is one of the popular tours from Marrakech, start from Marrakech and enjoy our tour by crossing the twisted road of Tizi N’ Tichka pass, ( 2260 METERS), making a major stop to discover and visit the Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO world heritage site, Dades valley, Todra Gorge.  This tour is just a suggested… 

3 Days from Fes to Marrakech via Merzouga

These 3 days from Fes to Marrakech via the Sahara desert offer you the chance to discover the south of Morocco. Experience Camel rides and spends the night in a Bedouin desert camp. Discover the most interesting sites that southern Morocco has to offer: Ceder forests, Gorges, Valleys, Oases, UNESCO world heritage sites, Kasbahs, and High Atlas mountains.

7 Days Desert Tour From Casablanca

We don’t offer you a normal tour in Morocco but we offer you a memorable travel experience you can ever have. This 7-day desert tour from Casablanca to Marrakech via the Desert will allow you to deep into the Moroccan culture, reach the most attractions of the country, and camp in the desert. Your tour in Morocco will include all that you need during your holiday…

10 Day in Morocco from Tangier to Marrakech

Live your dream tour from Tangier to Marrakech, exploring the diverse and captivating landscapes of Morocco. Begin your adventure in the mesmerizing blue city of Chefchaouen, nestled in the Rif Mountains, and immerse yourself in its charming medina. Discover the Roman ruins of Volubilis and the imperial city of Meknes before arriving in Fes…

7 Days Desert Tour from Agadir To Merzouga

We offer you this wonderful desert tour from Agadir (the capital city of Sous). Our 7-day tour from Agadir takes you on a memorable journey to the attractions of Morocco. Starting in Agadir, we make our way to the coastal town of Essaouira, where you can indulge in the beauty of Sidi Kaouki Beach. Continuing our adventure, we head to Marrakech, where a knowledgeable…

Camel Trekking in Morocco Merzouga Desert

This tour starts in the evening, we organize the camel ride for the night in the desert from a hotel near the sand dunes. And The trek will start right into the desert.

Day Trips in Morocco from Marrakech

We’re planning special and unique day trips in Morocco starting from the charming city of Marrakech, Fes, or any other city and reaching the most marvelous sites such as Ouzoud-Waterfalls, Ourika Valley, Essaouira, Ouarzazate, Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou, etc.

Excursion To Essaouira

Excursion To Essaouira Departure at 8 am. After about 3 hours, we reach the ancient port of Mogador, built by the Portuguese on a narrow peninsula with a huge sand crescent…

Excursion To Ouarzazate

Excursion To Ouarzazate, This day trip will drive us through the High Atlas on an impressive mountain road that winds through the picturesque valleys and numerous Berber villages…

Excursion To Ourika Valley

Excursion To Ourika Valley, We leave Marrakesh at around 9 am and drive toward the Atlas Mountains, taking in the beautiful landscapes and authentic Berber (16th and 17th century) villages…

Ouzoud Waterfalls Day Trip

Ouzoud Waterfalls Day Trip, We leave Marrakesh at around 08:30 am and drive toward Northern Africa’s biggest waterfall, the Ouzoud Falls, which is something out of a postcard…

Other popular tours In Morocco

We’re customizing tours all over Morocco. For those looking to plan their own tour in Morocco, we offer a number of options. First, travelers can choose their own destinations, such as the historic imperial cities of Fez, Meknes, or Marrakech. Tourists can also choose to explore the country’s many beaches, such as Essaouira, or the impressive Rif mountains. There are also plenty of opportunities to explore Morocco’s diverse culture and experience its vibrant music, art, and cuisine.

11 Days Grand Tour in Morocco From Marrakech

On this 11-day Morocco Grand Tour from Marrakech, you will spend a memorable holiday and explore one of the most gorgeous countries in North Africa…

3 Days tour from Casablanca to Marrakech

This tour allows you to explore the largest city of Casablanca, the economic capital, and explore also the tourism capital city of Marrakech. You will experience a wonderful 3-day…

9 Days tour in Morocco from Tangier, North

This nine-day tour from Tangier takes you on a captivating journey through the enchanting cities of Chefchaouen, Fez, and Meknes in Morocco. Starting in Tangier, a cosmopolitan city…

7 Days in Morocco from Tanger Blue City to Fes

In 7 7-day tour from Tangier to Marrakech, we will travel to the most visited cities and monuments in Morocco. First of all, we will start exploring the beauty of the northern towns…

10 Days tour in Morocco from Agadir

The 10-day tour from Agadir offers a diverse and immersive experience of Morocco’s landscapes, culture, and history. From the coastal city of Agadir, you’ll embark on a journey…

7 Days Tour in Morocco From Fes To Marrakech

7 Days Desert Tour From Fes To Marrakech will take you to see the most memorable Destinations of Morocco. Enjoy the Atlas Mountains, Azrou, the Sahara Desert, Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah…

Why customize trips in Morocco?

Morocco is a popular tourism destination for travel lovers who looking to customize their own tours. With its stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and unique experiences, Morocco offers a wealth of opportunities to explore. From the majestic Atlas Mountains to the lush valleys of the Draa River, Morocco has something for everyone.  For those looking to plan their own trip in Morocco, there are a number of options. First, travelers can choose their preferred sites, such as the historic imperial cities of Fez, Meknes, and Marrakesh. Visitors can also choose to explore the countrys impressive beaches, such as Essaouira, or go for a new adventure in the Saharan desert of Morocco. With your visit, you will have the opportunity to explore Moroccos diverse culture and experience its vibrant music, art, and cuisine.  When customizing a trip in Morocco, travelers can also choose which type of accommodation they would prefer. From luxury resorts to traditional Moroccan guesthouses, there is something for everyone according to his/her budget. Additionally, travelers can choose to travel to Morocco in a group with our private guides for a more personalized experience.  Finally, you can customize your tour by choosing the type of activities you would like to participate in through your experience in Morocco. We offer plenty of activities, such as camel rides, desert safaris, mountain hikes, and more. There are also plenty of opportunities to explore Moroccos traditional Souks (markets), mosques, and ancient medinas. No matter what type of tour you are looking for in Morocco, we will help you live an unforgettable experience. With its unique beauty and inspiring weather, Morocco is the perfect destination for a memorable tour.

4-Day Ouarzazate Desert Tour / Desert Tour in Morocco

This desert tour from Ouarzazate to Fes will take you on a memorable journey in Morocco. Through this tour, you will be able to discover why tourists love to visit the desert of Morocco.

3-Day Ouarzazate to Marrakech Desert Tour

This 3-day Ouarzazate to Marrakech desert tour will take you on a memorable journey in Morocco. Through this tour, you will be able to discover why tourists love to visit the desert of Morocco.

Ouarzazate to Marrakech tour/ Stops & things to do

This 5-day desert tour from Ouarzazate to Marrakech will take you on a memorable journey in Morocco. Through this tour, you will be able to discover why tourists love…

The best website for planning tours in Morocco

Diverse culture, Magical desert, Splendid beaches, delicious cuisine, vibrant nightlife, and hospitality of people all make Morocco one of the best destinations for travel and vacations all over the world. But, it can be hard to know where to start, stay, go, or what to visit in Morocco.

INMOROCCOTRIPS travel agency is the best guide for you to trip easier in Morocco and live a memorable vacation. With more than 10 years of experience in organizing tours, INMOROCCOTRIPS reached tens of customers all over the world which helped them to know better different cultures and how to plan the best tour for travelers. Our passion for Morocco Travel is what keeps us moving to reach the goal of sharing our Unique Culture with the world. 

We’re offering the popular Morocco tours reaching the sightseeing of the kingdom from North to South and from East To West. For those who love desert adventures, we offer Morocco desert trips with different desert activities including camel trekking, desert camp, and enjoying the sunset and sunrise over high dunes. 

Also, we’re organizing private special tours accordingly and give you the chance to plan the trip that suits your interests, needs, and budget. Whether you’re an individual, couple, Family, or group, we have the proper tour for your vacation in Morocco.

Our tours will allow you to discover the most beautiful cities such as Marrakech, Fez, Meknes, Rabat, Chefchaouen, Casablanca, Agadir, Essaouira, and more. Also, we give you the chance to visit the ancient ruins and the UNESCO heritage sights including Volubilis, Ait Benhadou Kasbah, and Mogador.

Save your time, save your money, and customize your splendor tour with IN MOROCCO TRIPS travel agency.

It’s time to visit Morocco!


Is it safe to travel around Morocco after the last Earthquake in the region of Marrakech El Haouz?

On 08/09/2023 an earthquake hit Morocco and it was harsh in the region of El’Haouz and Marrakech so that caused thousands of deaths. Most of the victims were in the Atlas Mountains’ small towns. During the earthquake there were millions of tourists in Morocco, in Fes, Marrakech, Agadir, Merzouga, Tangier… And nothing happened to them, most of the victims were Moroccans of the High Atlas.   

Morocco is generally considered a safe destination for travelers. It attracts millions of tourists each year who explore its diverse landscapes, rich culture, and historic sites without major incidents. However, like any other country, natural disasters like floods and earthquakes can happen anytime anywhere because no one knows when they will happen. Natural disasters in Morocco are few compared to other countries such as the USA, India, Turkey, China, and Brazil.

It was a bad moment and it’s done, Morocco is safe now and anyone can visit it.

What are the villages and regions most affected of the Morocco’s Earthquake?

The epicenter of the earthquake that hit Morocco on Friday, September 2023 was in the High Atlas, the region of Marrakech El’Haouz and Sous Massa, Agadir. 

The closest villages to the earthquake epicenter are: 








These are few of the towns that were heavily damaged by the earthquake.

Do I need a vaccine to join a trip in Morocco?

Vaccination requirements for travel to Morocco are no longer required after the COVID-19 period. However, If you have prescription medications, carry them in their original containers along with a copy of the prescription.

What are the popular costs in Morocco?

  • Tagine: from 50 to 150 Moroccan Dirhams (MAD) or more at restaurants, depending on the ingredients and location.
  • Couscous: around 50 to 100 MAD in a restaurant.
  • Kebabs: can cost around 10 to 30 MAD per skewer. These are often sold by street vendors.
  • Harira: around 10 to 20 MAD.
  • Bread: 1 to 5 MAD per piece.
  • Moroccan Mint Tea: A glass of Moroccan mint tea is a popular drink and typically costs around 5 to 10 MAD.
  • Pastries: around 5 to 20 MAD per piece.
  • Restaurant Meals: from 100 to 300 MAD per person for a three-course meal, excluding drinks.
  • Fine Dining: Fine dining restaurants may charge considerably more, with prices ranging from 500 MAD and up per person.
  • Prices can vary depending on the city or region in Morocco, with higher prices typically found in touristy areas like Marrakech and lower prices in more rural areas.

Do I need a visa to travel to Morocco?

Morocco Visa Information:

The Moroccan General Consulate in New York is making the following information regarding Moroccan visas available for us to share with our clients:

The appropriate authorities issue the four types of entry visas for Morocco.


Short validity visa

A foreigner may enter the Kingdom of Morocco’s territory for a short-term. Visa for purposes is more available than immigration for an unbroken period or multiple unbroken periods if they make multiple entries.

Each stay lasts anywhere between one and ninety days.


Long validity visa

The Moroccan diplomatic or consular services will issue a multiple entry visa with a long validity of over three months after consulting with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

The maximum validity period for this visa is one year, and each stay is limited to between one and ninety days.

A long-term visa holder who intends to stay in Morocco for some time longer than three months must request a registration card from the General Directorate of National Security’s competent services.

Transit visa

Those traveling to a third country from abroad may pass through Morocco with a transit visa. This visa may be granted for one or two transits, with each transit being no longer than 72 hours.


Visa issued at the border

At border crossings, the security services may, in certain exceptional circumstances, grant transit and short-stay visas.

Requests for nations where Morocco is not represented must be made to the honorary consuls or the diplomatic mission authorized in that nation. Requests for visas to be issued at the airport will be sent directly to the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Directorate of Consular and Social Affairs, Rabat (, in the absence of these representations.

Important observation:

According to the current regulations, once a visa holder enters Moroccan territory, they are not permitted to change the type of visa they have already obtained. It is necessary to ask for a new visa from the nation where the applicant currently resides.


Documents to be submitted for your application (Tourism visa)

Submitting your visa application


You have three options for submitting your visa application: mail, person, or messenger. Avoid using regular mail when mailing your documents. The only mailing method recognized for applicants who reside in the USA is express mail from the United States Postal Service. You will receive a tracking number from the postal service. Track the progress of your application to us using this number.


If there is a problem, we will get in touch with you after receiving your application. Please assume your application was successful if you do not hear from us.


Your application must be sent in a USPS Express Mail or Priority Mail envelope that is pre-paid and pre-addressed. We will not be able to send your processed passport back to you if this is left out. There will be a tracking number assigned to this pre-paid envelope. For passport tracking, kindly use this number. Applications for visas should be sent by mail to the following address:

Visa Department

Consulate General of the Kingdom of Morocco

10 E 40 Street 23 Floor

New York, NY 10016


The required documents

Entry visa application form properly signed and completed in capital letters

Two color photos the size of a passport with a white background

A copy of the applicant’s legal status in the US, which may be a green card, an F1 visa, an H1B visa, an L1 visa, an O1 visa, a J1 visa, or a G1 visa. (B1/B2 visas are ineligible)

An I-94 form must be completed if the applicant has an F1 or H1B US visa;

5-Valid passport: The passport’s or other travel document’s validity must outlast the length of the intended stay;

A copy of the passport’s identity- and validity-verification pages;

A bank statement

Alternatively, a properly legalized invitation or, in the case of a family visit, a guarantee that medical costs and potential repatriation costs will be covered

Alternatively, a request made to a licensed travel company, a suggestion made by the Ministry of Tourism, or a statement made by the Moroccan National Tourist Office;

Travel insurance.

Chancery charges

A single entry for up to 90 days costs $23.85

90-day maximum stay with two entries: $35.80

Minors who are applying for visas must submit a notarized letter signed by both parents allowing the child to travel with a named adult. It is necessary to submit the parental consent along with the application.


Applicants who do not reside in the USA

Contacting the nearest Moroccan Consulate or Embassy is required for citizens of nations other than the USA.

Caribbean island residents should provide contact information for the Moroccan Embassy in the Dominican Republic or Saint Lucia

At the time of visa issuance, please provide the following documents:  

While we process your visa, you might be asked to provide the following information: Until we get in touch with you, do not send or submit anything.

A copy of round trip flight itinerary;

A hotel booking or Introduction of a “Voucher”;

Method of payment

This general consulate does not accept personal checks, so thank you for your understanding. When submitting an application in person at the New York office or through the mail, you can pay with a money order. Cash should not be sent through the mail.

Make checks payable to the General Consulate of the Kingdom of Morocco for all payments.


If additional documentation is required, the visa officer reserves the right to request it.

The fulfillment of these conditions does not ensure that the applicant will be granted a visa to enter Morocco.



The General Consulate of the Kingdom of Morocco shall not be liable to any applicant. For a visa or to any other person relying on or benefiting from any application, for a visa for any commitment, cost, or expenditure incurred in reliance on or anticipation of receiving a Moroccan visa. whether within a specific timeframe or at all, including but not limited to air travel, hotel, and other travel and accommodation arrangements, and any other arrangements made.

Important Information

Visa pick-up and drop-off hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Please make sure to create a separate file for each applicant when applying on behalf of a family. Do not put all the documents in one file, please.


Kindly refrain from stapling pages together. As a result, more work is added.

For other types of visas, visit

We appreciate your interest in traveling to Morocco, a country known for its hospitality.

Can I use my mobile phone while in Morocco?

Yes, you can use your mobile phone to take pictures while in Morocco. Mobile phone usage, including photography, is common and widely accepted throughout the country. Morocco offers a wealth of picturesque landscapes, historic sites, and vibrant markets, making it a great destination for photography. You can capture the beauty of the cities, the desert, the Atlas Mountains, and more with your mobile phone camera. Just be respectful of local customs and privacy when taking photos, especially of people, and ask for permission if necessary. Additionally, ensure your phone is charged and consider carrying a portable charger or power bank, especially if you plan to use your phone for photography extensively.

What is internet access like in Morocco?

Internet access in Morocco is generally reliable and accessible, particularly in urban areas and tourist destinations. Many hotels, cafes, and public spaces offer free Wi-Fi to customers, and purchasing a local SIM card with data access is easy and affordable. Major cities like Casablanca and Marrakech have high-speed internet, but rural areas may have variable speeds. While internet usage is generally open, occasional reports of government censorship or monitoring exist, so it’s advisable to stay informed about any local regulations and exercise caution when discussing sensitive topics online. Keep in mind that the status of internet access and regulations can change, so it’s wise to check for updates before your trip.

Can I drink beer in Morocco?

Yes, you can drink beer in Morocco. Morocco is a predominantly Muslim country, and while the majority of the population follows Islam, it is not a dry country. Alcohol is available in many restaurants, bars, and hotels, especially in tourist areas and larger cities. Moroccan beer brands such as Flag Speciale, Casablanca, and Stork are commonly available. You can also find international beer brands in some places. However, it’s important to be mindful of local customs and regulations regarding alcohol consumption. Public displays of drunkenness or drinking in public places are generally frowned upon, and it’s best to consume alcohol in designated areas or establishments that serve it. Additionally, during Islamic holidays and during Ramadan, some restaurants and bars may have restricted hours or may not serve alcohol, so it’s a good idea to check ahead of time if you plan to drink during your visit.

Can I use cards in Morocco?

Yes, you can use credit and debit cards in Morocco, especially in urban areas and tourist destinations. Most international cards are widely accepted, but it’s advisable to carry some Moroccan Dirhams (cash) for places where card acceptance may be limited, such as smaller towns and markets.

What are the bathroums and toilets like in Morocco?

bathroom experiences can range from modern and comfortable to basic and traditional, depending on the location and type of establishment.

What public holidays are celebrated in Morocco?

Morocco celebrates several holidays and festivals throughout the year, including Islamic, national, and cultural holidays. Some of the famous holidays and festivals celebrated in Morocco include:

  • Islamic Holidays:
    • Eid al-Fitr: Celebrated at the end of Ramadan, a month of fasting, Eid al-Fitr is a joyous occasion marked by communal prayers, feasting, and giving of gifts.
    • Eid al-Adha: Also known as the Feast of Sacrifice, it commemorates Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God. Families often sacrifice an animal and share the meat with those in need.
    • Islamic New Year (Hijri New Year): This holiday marks the beginning of the Islamic lunar calendar year. While it is not as elaborate as Eid, it’s a day of reflection and prayer.
  • National Holidays:
    • Independence Day (Fête de l’Indépendance): Celebrated on March 2nd, this holiday marks Morocco’s independence from French and Spanish colonial rule in 1956.
    • Throne Day (Fête du Trône): Celebrated on July 30th, this holiday marks the anniversary of King Mohammed VI’s ascension to the throne and is a day of national unity and celebration.
  • Cultural and Traditional Festivals:
    • Mawazine Festival: This international music festival, held in Rabat, features a diverse range of musical genres and renowned artists from around the world.
    • Fes Festival of World Sacred Music: Held annually in Fes, this festival celebrates the world’s spiritual music traditions through concerts, workshops, and discussions.
    • Imilchil Marriage Festival: Also known as the “Festival of Brides,” it is a traditional Berber event where local young people meet potential spouses. It takes place in the High Atlas Mountains.
  • New Year’s Eve: While not an official holiday, New Year’s Eve is celebrated with enthusiasm in urban areas, with parties, fireworks, and special events.

These are just a few of the holidays and festivals celebrated in Morocco. 

Are ATMs readily available in Morocco?

Yes, ATMs are readily available in Morocco, especially in major cities and tourist areas. You can find ATMs operated by various banks throughout the country. It’s advisable to use ATMs associated with reputable banks or major financial institutions to ensure security and reliability.

Is Morocco a Safe destination for women travel?

Yes. In the last few years, women’s travel in Morocco become popular and several groups of women from different countries in the world had a wonderful experience in Morocco. All tourist facilities in Morocco welcome women’s travel alone and they offer them a great tourism service as the usual one. However, it’s important to note that attitudes can vary in different regions and among different people, so it’s important to respect the Moroccan culture and to avoid any bad attitude in public places.

Is Morocco a safe destination for LGBTQIA+ travelers?

Morocco is a predominantly conservative Muslim country, and LGBTQIA+ travelers may face certain challenges and legal restrictions. Same-sex sexual activity is criminalized under Moroccan law, and societal attitudes toward LGBTQIA+ individuals can be conservative. As a result, LGBTQIA+ travelers should exercise discretion and avoid public displays of affection. However, it’s important to note that attitudes can vary in different regions and among different people, and there is a growing LGBTQIA+ community in larger cities like Casablanca and Marrakech. Travelers are advised to research the latest developments, respect local customs and laws, and consider their comfort level and safety when visiting Morocco.

Where to stay in Morocco?

Morocco offers a wide range of accommodation options to suit various preferences and budgets. 

In cities like Marrakech, Fes, and Casablanca: you can find a mix of luxury hotels, charming riads (traditional guesthouses), and budget-friendly hostels. 

In the Sahara Desert around Merzouga: unique desert camps offer an authentic and unforgettable experience. 

Along the coast, cities like Essaouira: offer beachfront hotels and guesthouses. For a more immersive experience, consider staying in a riad within the medina (old town) of a historic city to immerse yourself in Moroccan culture. 

Ultimately, the choice of where to stay depends on your travel itinerary and personal preferences, whether you seek luxury, cultural authenticity, or budget-friendly options.

How to dress in Morocco?

Morocco is divided into two types: Modern in the large cities and dressing in these cities is more Westerner and conservative in towns and small cities. When visiting Morocco, it’s advisable to dress modestly and respect local customs. For women, this means wearing loose-fitting, long-sleeved tops, ankle-length skirts or pants, and sometimes a headscarf in conservative areas. Men should opt for long pants and modest attire. Closed-toe shoes are practical for walking, and swimwear is acceptable at beaches and pools but cover up when leaving these areas. Overall, dressing conservatively not only shows respect for the local culture but also helps you blend in and feel comfortable while exploring this diverse and vibrant country.

What are the transportation options for traveling within Morocco?

Getting around Morocco can be an exciting and diverse experience, as the country offers several transportation options to suit your preferences and travel needs. Here are some common ways to get around Morocco:

  • Public Transport:
    • Buses: Morocco has an extensive network of intercity and long-distance buses. Companies like CTM, Supratours, and others provide reliable bus services connecting major cities and towns.
    • Trains: Morocco’s train system, operated by ONCF (Office National des Chemins de Fer), connects major cities like Casablanca, Marrakech, Rabat, and Fez. Trains are comfortable and relatively fast.
  • Shared Taxis:
    • In many Moroccan cities, you’ll find shared taxis known as “grand taxis.” These are typically old Mercedes sedans that transport passengers between cities and towns. You can share the ride with other passengers, making it a cost-effective option.
  • Metros and Trams:
    • Cities like Casablanca and Rabat have metro and tram systems that can help you get around within the city.
  • Private Taxis:
    • In urban areas, you can easily find private taxis. Be sure to negotiate the fare before starting your ride or ask the driver to use the meter if available.
  • Car Rentals:
    • If you want more flexibility and plan to explore rural areas or less touristy places, renting a car is an option. However, be prepared for sometimes challenging driving conditions, especially in the Atlas Mountains.
  • Motorcycles and Scooters:
    • In some cities, you can rent motorcycles or scooters if you’re comfortable with two-wheeled transportation.

Do I need to purchase travel insurance before traveling?

While travel insurance is not legally required to enter Morocco, it is highly recommended for anyone planning a trip there alone. Travel insurance provides valuable protection and peace of mind in case of unexpected events such as trip cancellations, medical emergencies, lost luggage, or other unforeseen circumstances. If you’re traveling with a Morocco travel agency they take off consideration your travel insurance.  

How do I stay safe and healthy while traveling in Morocco?

Staying safe and healthy while traveling in Morocco is essential for an enjoyable experience. Here are some tips to help you stay safe and maintain your well-being during your visit:

  • Travel Insurance: Before your trip, purchase comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and lost belongings.
  • Hygiene: Maintain good hygiene practices by washing your hands regularly, using hand sanitizer, and avoiding touching your face, especially before eating.
  • Food and Water Safety:
    • Drink bottled water, and avoid tap water or ice in drinks.
    • Consume only well-cooked and hot food.
    • Be cautious with street food; choose vendors with good hygiene practices.
    • Peel fruits and vegetables or eat them cooked.
  • Sun Protection: Morocco has a sunny climate in some cities and regions like the Sahra Desert, so use sunscreen, wear sunglasses, and a hat to protect yourself from the sun’s strong rays.
  • Safety Precautions:
    • Be mindful of your belongings, especially in crowded areas, to prevent theft.
    • Travel with a money belt or concealed pouch for important documents and valuables.
    • Use reputable transportation options and avoid hitchhiking.
    • Stay in well-established accommodations, especially in less touristy areas.
  • Cultural Sensitivity:
    • Respect local customs and traditions, particularly when it comes to clothing and behavior, especially in more conservative areas.
    • Ask for permission before taking photos of people, especially in rural areas.
  • Language: Learning some basic Arabic phrases or French (both are widely spoken) can help you navigate and communicate better with locals.
  • Local Guidance: Consider hiring local guides or joining group tours, especially for activities like trekking in the desert or hiking in the Atlas Mountains.
  • Emergency Numbers: Familiarize yourself with emergency contact numbers, such as the local police (17), medical services (15), and the tourist police (ambassadors known as “Polices Touristiques” in major cities).
  • Travel with Medications: If you have prescription medications, carry them in their original containers along with a copy of the prescription. Ensure you have an adequate supply for your trip.
  • Travel Documents: Keep copies of your passport, visa, travel insurance, and important contact numbers in a separate location from the originals.
  • Local Currency: Carry a mix of cash (Moroccan Dirhams) and cards for payment. Notify your bank of your travel plans to avoid any issues with your cards.

By following these safety and health guidelines, you can enhance your travel experience in Morocco and minimize potential risks, allowing you to enjoy the rich culture, stunning landscapes, and vibrant cities that the country has to offer. Travel with a Moroccan agency will save you time, and money, and guarantee your safety. 

Is it good to travel on a small group tour in Morocco?

Traveling on a small group tour in Morocco offers the convenience of expert guidance, well-planned itineraries, and the opportunity to share experiences with like-minded travelers. With knowledgeable tour guides, logistics taken care of, and the chance to explore the country’s cultural and historical highlights, it’s a hassle-free way to discover Morocco’s diverse landscapes and vibrant cities. While you may have less flexibility and a set schedule, the camaraderie and safety of traveling in a group, along with unique cultural experiences, make it an excellent choice for those seeking an immersive and well-organized Moroccan adventure.

Private or a group Morocco tour depending on your personality. If you are a social person who loves to know people and make relations with others, know other cultures, and belong to a community, group tours are the best choice for him/her. However, if you are close to yourself and you are not social, it’s better to travel on a private or customized tour

What Clients Say about US

Excellent. The trip was magical. The Mustapha Guide had special care at all times. I was watching everything. It is a trip that can be done alone or in a group. It's all very quiet
Life Maria de Fatima
Life Maria de Fatima
A journey to repeat It was fantastic, always accompanied, excellent resident guides. Marrakech the city of people. A lot of people, motas cross for us and the best all peaceful. A juice in the big square. A dinner on the rooftop, super acceptable price. The Mountain of the Monkeys To the waterfalls of Ouzound a paradise in the desert.
Helena T
Helena T
Fantastic Excellent experience beautiful country very friendly people excellent food and the best desert experience very friendly guide
木村 銀
木村 銀
Fantastic tour with local guide in Morroco. It was fantastic time with local guide. The Morroco's food was good which is Thjin. I had a very good time Especially in the night time because during the bonfire they play some musical instrument and singing for us. it was unforgettable experience in my life. I hope you can enjoy this trip!
Honeymoon Honey moon in Morocco! Me and my husband spend our honeymoon in Morocco, was an excellent choice, We reccommonde everybody to book your trip with this company. Private tour from Casablanca to Merzouga desert, Our guide Mustafa speaks excellent english and more several languages.
David wilson
David wilson
Trip to Morocco desert Trip to Merzouga sahara desert it's a must! We have enjoyed our holiday going with this company. 7 days worth it to spent your days with this berber profitional team!
Susana G
Susana G
Enjoyable experience Actually it was the best trip i have never doing in my life with in morocco trips it's unforgettable trip i propose to everyone to do it it was been 7days started from Casablanca to marrakech via largest Sahara desert where we are enjoyed beautiful activitys Thanks mustapha for best service
Stefania maria
Stefania maria
Travel in Morocco Our trip in Morocco with IN Morocco trips was very friendly and very good times with the entire team during our 6 days in Morocco. We started in Marrakech towards the Merzouga desert. Hassan and Mustafa accompany us as non-tourist friends. The accommodations and the camp in the desert so beautiful and clean. Camel trekking is something traditional that one should try. We have visited the Kasbah of Ait Benhaddou and the Todra Gorges and more and more Thanks to Mustafa who organized our vacation in Morocco! We will be back.
Very good. He was a very nice guy and does an excellent job, very attentive to the staff. At all times he was attentive to any need of any of us. Thank you.
stéphanie m
stéphanie m
Unforgettable and inexhaustible experience My stays in Morocco are filled with wonderful memories What generosity, what a warm welcome, we feel really good there 😊 I was able to visit Marrakech with its emblematic square its souk sa koutoubia Many places to discover such as the Majorelle garden, the Baya palace.... And without forgetting the discovery of Moroccan cuisine with all its spicy flavors The Ourika valley is also worth the detour, a calm, relaxing place with magnificent landscapes, Ihmlil also to find the calm of the mountains Then direction Essaouira for a change of atmosphere but just as pleasant, beautiful architecture and the tasting of fish straight from the fishing boats, an experience that I lived again in Taghazout where my stay remains magical and unforgettable 😍 Without forgetting a little detour to Agadir, a very developed seaside resort I have not finished my tour of Morocco, I plan to return there until I have exhausted all the nooks and crannies that remain for me to discover. I love this country and its people