Best Experiences of Morocco

FAQ & Expert Tips

What are the daily expenses in Morocco? What currency to carry?

The Moroccan Dirham is the official currency of Morocco. It is still largely a cash-based economy and USD, Euro & CAD are widely accepted. In case you use a credit card, you may be charged 2-3 percent. Cash withdrawals from ATMs might be charged as well, depending on your bank policy. 

Accommodation: Can range from $10-15 a night for dorms in Morocco, and around $25-30 a night for a private double room. If you're not on a tight budget or travelling with family, for around $40 - $60 a night, you’ll be able to stay in an excellently-reviewed hotel, in a central location with friendly staff. Of course, there are a lot of luxury options as well, if you want to make your stay memorable. 

Meals: Food is extremely inexpensive in Morocco and you can easily get by spending around $15-30 per day per person for meals. Most accommodation in Morocco offers a free breakfast that usually comprises fried eggs, olives, fresh bread, honey, and delicious fruits. Add in several glasses of fresh mint tea, and you’re perfectly set up for a day of exploring.

What language is mostly spoken in Morocco?

A mix of Arabic and French is most commonly spoken in Morocco. However, we can connect you to English speaking guides who can help you navigate through the markets and daily life in Morocco. Contact us if you need services in other languages as well. 

What is the best time to visit Morocco?

The best time to visit Morocco is spring (March-April) or Autumn (September-November). The weather is warm, while avoiding extreme temperatures. However, while winter in the mountains can deliver almost freezing temperatures, it also brings cooler experiences in the Sahara, smaller crowds and cheaper tourist rates. You are guaranteed a great experience in Morocco at almost an time of the year - you just need to know where to go, and we can help with that! 

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