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Before leaving


Airplane tickets are not taken care of by Tamazirt Evasion. We adapt our tours as required by your travel times.


Valid passport is required, with validity at least 3 months from your entrance in the country.
No visa required for EU citizens (neither for Swiss and Canadians). Other nationalities must get information from the ambassade or consulate.
The maximal duration of a touristic stay is 90 days.

NB: think of making a copy of your passport that you can leave at the agency, in case of loss or robbery.


No particular risk. Morocco is a safe country, benefiting from all medical facilities.
Avoid water from the oueds (?) or street vendors. Bottled water is recommended.
Be careful with sunburn: do not forget your sunscreen and hat.


No vaccination required by authorities for European travelers. However, an anti-cholera vaccination certificate may be required for visitors coming from areas where this disease is prevalent. Anti-malaria treatment is not necessary.

Recommended vaccinations
It is always better being protected against:

  • diphtheria, tetanus, poliomyelitis
  • hepatitis A and B

and eventually:

  • typhoid and rabies


National currency is Dirham. Dirhams are only available in Morocco. 1 euro is about 11 dirhams.

You can change money in every airport, bank or licensed establishments.

When changing currencies it is wise to ask for change and small notes. It is difficult to pay tips and small current expenses without them.

You can withdraw cash with your credit card. ATM machines are available in big Moroccan cities.
Credit cards are usually accepted in big hotels, shops and restaurants.

Banks open Monday to Thursday from 8.30 am to noon and from 2.30 pm to 4 pm. Friday is the great prayer day, banks close at 11.15 am and re-open at 2.45 pm. During the Ramadan period, they open from 8.30 am to 2 pm.


220 V. Plugs and sockets are the same than those used in France (type C, E, F).


An hour less in winter and summer. UTC/GTM


The GSM network is very effective in Morocco.

Three phone operators (Inwi, Méditel and Maroc Télécom) share the Moroccan phone market and offer a broad coverage of the territory (except mountainous areas). Moroccan operators have agreements with the three French operators.
We recommend you to get information directly from your operator for phone call reception and international network fees charged.

You will find Internet cafés everywhere in Morocco, especially in towns.


Morocco official language is classical Arabic. In big cities most Moroccans also speak French.
Among other languages spoken in Morocco you will find Moroccan dialect and Berber.


According to season and planned tour we will provide you with a list of things you need. This list is not exhaustive but will give you some indication of what you need.


  • Light walking trousers
  • Warm trousers for evenings (nights can be cold)
  • High-upper hiking shoes
  • Warm and comfortable socks
  • Light shoes such as sneakers or sandals for evenings
  • Short sleeved shirts
  • Long sleeved shirts
  • Pullover
  • Rainproof hooded jacket (Gore-Tex type)
  • Shorts or bermudas (long enough given that locals are Muslims)
  • Cap, hat
  • Swimming suit

Medical kit check list

We suggest:

  • A small individual first aid kit (bandages, unidose antiseptic, compresses, Band-Aids (plasters)
  • Broad spectrum antibiotics
  • Loperamide or diphenoxylate, ‘blockers' for diarrhoea
  • Aspirin or paracetamol (acetaminophen in the USA) for pain or fever
  • Eye drops
  • High protection sunscreen
  • Lip balm

IMPORTANT NOTICE: In case of ongoing medical treatment do not forget to bring the quantity required for the entire stay.

Other equipment

  • Toiletry kit and towel. Avoid cotton bath towel, they are comfortable but don't easily dry out. We recommend micro-fiber towels, light and quick to dry. You will find them in big sports shops.
  • Ear plugs
  • A good pair of sunglasses
  • 24/7 assistance phone number (compulsory)
  • Headlamp (for bivouacs)
  • Camera
Contact us

TEL : +212(0) 661 29 35 90
          +212(0) 661 63 75 21
Tamazirt Evasion Attitude
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