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1. Is Morocco a safe destination?

With thousands of tourists coming every year, Morocco is considered a safe holiday destination. Moroccan people are much known for their warm hospitality and they make sure you feel home wherever you go to. 


2. Do I need Vaccination?

There are no compulsory vaccinations required when traveling to Morocco so far. 


3. Do I need travel insurance in Morocco?

Travel insurance should be obtained before leaving your country of origin. We never force anyone to purchase it however. Local hospitals have limited diagnostic capability. Foreign clinics can be expensive, evacuation can cost thousands, and luggage can disappear, so insurance is a good idea. 

4. How can I contact Kulturen? 

Kulturen Voyage aims to answer all enquiries within 24 hours either via social media (Facebook and Instagram) or email

5. Can I use my visa debit card in Morocco?

Cards are accepted at the airport, and sometimes in high-end establishments, hotels, riads, and shops. However, for the most part, Morocco is a cash country. In some places in cities, credit cards are accepted but always have cash on you just in case.

6. How well are guides trained?

All certified guides must complete a two- year Government training course and carry a badge that qualifies them as a professional guide. In some locations only local guides are allowed to work.

7. Are local people whose villages and homes visited happy about tourism?

People are happy to have visitors because tourism helps support the local economy with cash, spreading wealth from local artisans (often women), shopkeepers, cafes, guides (often young men supporting their family) and beyond. Many rural economies are still based on the barter and cash only system.


8. What type of nightlife can I expect in Morocco?

The large Moroccan cities are buzzing with nightlife and activity. As with many cities you can expect to find: Live local music, night clubs, cabarets, casinos, restaurants, bars with live entertainment, karaoke bars, fantasia live shows, Moroccan music and dance, ‘Night in Desert’ entertainment. 

9. Is it allowed to photograph people’s portraits in Morocco?

Preferably, ask the person before taking a photo, some locals do not like to be photographed, yet others may ask for money before taking the photo. We would recommend asking permission before taking a photo.


10. Does Morocco have a dress code?

Morocco is very open-minded country, as a tourist, you are not expected to dress like a Moroccan. In rural areas, however, we recommend dressing conservatively to avoid unwanted attention:. 

●      Longer shorts and shirts are fine for men. For women it's a good idea to bring a scarf to cover bare shoulders and arms in rural villages. Shorts are not acceptable for women unless they are below knee length. 

●      Rural people will be visibly embarrassed if you dress with exposed skin. City dwellers, on the other hand, dress a lot like Westerners.

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