• Walther Ballard posted an update 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    One of the most common comments about Morocco could be that the everyone is exceptionally gracious. That is absolutely true! Generosity will be the fabric of the us, and you will think it is everywhere, from the poorest villages for the wealthiest enclaves.

    #1 Seek information! Find out what parts of Morocco are of interest, as well as what activities you may want to engage in. Morocco geography is very just like California and offers wine tasting, wind surfing, riding horses, climbing plus much more. That, obviously, in addition to visiting the Sahara Desert and meeting the nomads who’ve lived there for centuries. Figure out what your interests are, and plan your trip around them.

    #2 If you need to guarantee a magnificent experience, and you’ve got a low cost, hire a chauffeur/tour guide which will drive everybody around Morocco and make sure you’re okay the whole time. These drivers/guides are multi-lingual and exceptionally accommodating, which is well worth it to engage their professional services. Vehicle sizes vary from sedans to minivans, plus they allow you a lot more freedom with your travels as well as offer you a back-up of experiencing a native "family member." (More than likely, you will be invited home to get a meal!)

    #3 Your meals are delectable in Morocco, mostly Arab and Berber fare with influences from France, and the variety is dazzling! The regular Moroccan dish is called Tagine, and is available in almost infinite variation… beef with prunes, chicken and almonds, fish, goat, lamb and vegetable. The "fast" food in Morocco for supper or dinner can be a tagine, and tagine shops abound, awaiting you. A tagine is also a particular conical shaped pottery, when the meal is cooked. It’s nearly impossible to go wrong!

    #4 The river is not drinkable in Morocco, you’ll get sick if you consume ice cubes (except in more expensive hotels), eat salads or brush your teeth with the water. Your best option is water in bottles, and they don’t have any regulations for BPA in their plastic bottles, therefore the best idea is always to get a portable water filtration to make use of while you are there. It’s okay you can eat fruit if you peel your skin layer – including bananas, oranges, avocados, etc.

    #5 Most probably to spontaneous fun! Moroccans are dedicated to enjoying life for the fullest and there are ALWAYS festivals, celebrations and gatherings, so likely be operational to is going to be agenda for those unplanned experiences.

    Within our experience, the only real people who have an undesirable experience in Morocco include the people who get Tourista – sick from drinking the water. Everybody else brags about the wonder, the hospitality, the diversity… and travels home with gleeful, unforgettable memories of this exotic land.

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