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Frequently Asked Questions

The information provided here is based on our best knowledge and is presented in good faith, aiming to be accurate and reliable.

While Morocco is a year-round travel destination, it’s advisable to choose the timing of your visit carefully. Spring, from( mid-March to November), is often considered the best time due to milder temperatures following the summer heat.

During other seasons, you should be cautious of extreme weather, especially in the high Atlas Mountains where snow persists from November to July. If you plan to visit in winter, head south, but be prepared for very cold nights. Additionally, the Mediterranean coast and Rif Mountains tend to be rainy and cloudy in winter and early spring.

Another essential factor to consider is Ramadan, a month of fasting and purification. During Ramadan, some restaurants and cafes may be closed during the daytime, and general business hours are reduced.

The currency of Morocco is the Moroccan Dirhams (MAD), with the plural form pronounced darahim. In French and English, ‘dirhams’ is commonly used. Its symbol is ‘MAD,’ and it is issued by the Bank Al-Maghrib, the central bank of Morocco. As of the latest available exchange rate, 1 Euro is equivalent to 10.70 MAD. You can exchange Euros for Moroccan Dirhams at various locations throughout Morocco, and for up-to-date exchange rates of world currencies, you can refer to websites like”

The cost of our private Moroccan tours is determined by the number of individuals participating in the tour. The price per person decreases as more people join the tour. Please note that the maximum capacity for the 4×4 car we use is 6 persons.

Of course, you can rent a car in Morocco, whether in cities like Casablanca, Marrakech, or other locations across the country. There are various car rental agencies offering different types of vehicles. You can rent a car for the duration of your choice and have the flexibility to travel to your preferred destinations within Morocco .

Of course Sahara Desert camps offer a range of options when it comes to quality and services. There are essentially two main categories of tents in the desert: standard nomadic tents and luxury desert tents. The standard tents are typically black, nomadic-style tents that do not come with private showers or toilets; instead, these facilities are shared among camp guests. On the other hand, luxury tents are spacious, white tents that provide a higher level of comfort. They often come equipped with private WC and shower facilities, complete with hot water, right inside the tent. These luxury tents are known for their superior quality and amenities.

Morocco boasts a variety of languages, with two official ones commonly spoken: Modern Standard  Tamazight (Berber) and Arabic . Moroccan associations and administrations frequently use Classical Arabic and French. French is widely spoken by the majority of Moroccans, primarily because of the country’s history of colonization. Additionally, Spanish is spoken by some Moroccans, and educated individuals often have proficiency in English. Our Moroccan tours are guided by handpicked tour drivers.

To secure your booking for any tour with us, we require a deposit payment via PayPal or Western Union. The remaining balance can be settled in cash during the trip, and you have the option to pay in Euros, USD, or Moroccan Dirhams. For currency exchange rates, you can refer to the website provided above.

It’s a common practice in Morocco to pay 1 dirham for access to public toilets in various locations. It’s advisable to carry small coins when you go on a tour. Typically, you’ll find an attendant stationed outside the public toilets, and both Moroccans and tourists are expected to pay 1 dirham for their use, especially in restaurants and cafes across Morocco.

Hello: Salam. Azul./ Thank you: Chokran. Tanmirt/ Good bye: Bislama. / Where is: Feen?Yes: N’aam. / No: Laa. / Please: A’afaak. / How much:Chhaal? Little: Shwiya. / No thanks: Laa Shokran. / Ok: Waha / Enough: Safi

Moroccans have varying preferences when it comes to photography. While some locals don’t mind being photographed, others may be uncomfortable with it. Therefore, it’s generally a good practice to ask for permission before taking someone’s picture. In certain cases, like with snake charmers, artists, and street vendors, they may request a fee for allowing you to photograph them. It’s advisable to respect their wishes and negotiate accordingly. When engaging in Moroccan tours and desert trips from Marrakech, being mindful of these cultural norms is recommended.

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