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Friday 9am-5pm
Saturday 9am-2pm
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What should I wear?

What should I wear?

Naturally Morocco promotes responsible tourism - Morocco is an Islamic country, therefore we advise that the normal dress code on the streets is to cover legs, chest and arms for both men and women but in the major cities long shorts and T-shirts may be worn. Head scarfs for women need not be worn except if entering a mosque (your guide will advise).

Just because other tourists may not be so respectful does not mean that the local Moroccans are comfortable with their attire.

Although the dress code is much more relaxed than it used to be, please don't assume that you won't offend because do not respect this code. It is fine to wear shorts/swimwear in certain places, such as within your riad, by pools and near the beach.

Staff will be happy to advise you of the protocol at each place.

Though the days can be very warm between late October and April, it is usually cold at night, especially in the mountains,