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Electrical Socket Adapters Morocco uses sockets type E and F – similar to European sockets. Americans and Canadians will need electrical socket adapters. In Morocco, the voltage is 220 V – 240 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. Most electronic devices have an adapter for the voltage and frequency built in, but check […]

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While some Middle Eastern countries (such as Iran, Yemen and Saudi Arabia) require by law that women, citizens and visitors alike, cover their hair, most Middle Eastern and all North African countries do not require women to cover their hair. When traveling throughout the region, you’ll see women with varying degrees of head covering, or […]

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Dear Friends and Fellow Travelers, This October I will be taking a small group of ladies on a once in a life time trip to Morocco. It’s a 9 amazing days of exploring the very best Morocco and the Moroccan people have to offer. We will be traveling the country with some wonderful local ladies. […]

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1. Dress more formally than you would at home In Morocco, as in most North African countries, the locals are accustomed to a more conservative style of dress. For women, I recommend dressing with your shoulders and knees covered, high neckline, and no transparent or tight clothing. You’ll be showing more respect. And in turn […]

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Our new travel video, Adventures In: Morocco. This travel video highlights some of the best Morocco has to offer: Marrakech, Fez, Casablanca, Chefchaouen, Rabat, Essaouira, Ouazazate, Erg Chebbi dunes, the Sahara, the Dades Gorge, the Rif Mountains, the High Atlas, Meknes, Volubilis, Moulay Idriss. Check out the rest of our travel videos on our youtube […]

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