Why Morocco?

Morocco is a country with a rich culture, breath-taking landscapes, extraordinary architecture, colourful handcrafts, fabulous food and, most importantly, an extremely affable and friendly people. From North to South, from East to West, the country scenery changes on every kilometre. Sea, mountains, valleys, oasis, desert! It is amazing to witness such great changes in landscape while in the same country. The climax of this trip will certainly be the arrival in the desert. We`ll be able to walk on the warm sand of the Sahara, enjoy the colours of the dunes, the sunset, the sunrise, and enjoy a desert camp under the most beautiful stars!

Why Morocco with Trawel Mart?

Morocco is a popular tourist destination, and people can find 1000s of “Morocco tour packages’ ‘or “Morocco tourism” pages that set an itinerary for “places to visit in Morocco’. While there are several places to visit in Morocco, a holiday is more than just sightseeing. At Trawel Mart we place more importance on the entire travel experience than just the list of places to see in Morocco. From comfortable stays to a carefully-curated itinerary, our holiday packages focus on giving you an experience of Morocco along with a relaxing or adventurous holiday… your choice. Our packages have a range of features suiting travellers of every type, for no two travellers are alike. Planning a perfect trip to Morocco, we’ve got you covered!

Morocco Holiday Packages Trawel Mart

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Frequently Asked Questions

One of the reasons Morocco is a good place to visit is its varied geography! Morocco doesn't just have paradise beaches and sweeping expanses of desert, it also has mountains! Morocco has two major mountain ranges, the Rif Mountains in the north and the Atlas Mountains stretching through the middle of the country.

• Marrakech and the thrilling Jemaa el Fna. ... • Windswept beaches of Essaouira. ... • Pretty Chefchaouen and the Rif mountains. ... • Favourite expat city of Tangier. ... • Exploring the High Atlas. ... • The medieval time-warp of Fez. ... • The Imperial city of Meknes. ... • Souk shopping. • Sahara Desert. Local Berbers with their camels in the sand dunes of the Sahara Desert. ... • Local Cuisine. Traditional moroccan tajine of chicken with salted lemons and olives. ... • Marrakesh. The narrow streets of the souks in Marrakesh's medina. ... • Atlas Mountains. ... • Fez. ... • Hammam. ... • Essaouira. ... • Chefchaouen.

Ten days may just be the sweet spot when it comes to the ideal amount of time to spend in Morocco. It's enough time that you won't be rushed, and it's easy to modify one of these weeklong itineraries to allow a couple of extra days in a place you love—and wish to linger in—along the way

You can arrange a rental car in Morocco with agencies or with individual bigger or smaller car rental companies. All major international car rental agencies can be found in the main cities and airports, such as Tangier or Marrakech.

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• trousers / shorts / skirts. • T-shirts. • underwear and socks. • a light jumper. • a light jacket – we love these TOG24 hooded down jackets that pack down really small. • swim wear. • sun hat. • snood – to be worn to cover your face in a sandstorm or to keep your head warm.

Morocco makes an absolute dream destination, where all conceivable types of honeymoons are within easy reach; adventure, relaxation, a mixture of both, and definitely something luxurious and special. Whatever you opt for it will be an unforgettable experience, a once in a lifetime holiday.

The best response to how to reach Morocco is to take a direct flight. One can board a flight from any of the major cities of India.

Most of Morocco, particularly along the coast, experiences a typical Mediterranean climate, with mild, wet winters and hot, dry summers. The rainy season extends from November to March, with average annual rainfall of 1,200 mm. The south is much drier and receives approximately 100 mm of rainfall on average each year.

Morocco allows the consumption of alcohol. Alcohol must be purchased and consumed in licensed hotels, bars, and tourist areas. You can also buy alcohol in most major supermarkets. The alcohol section is usually in a separate room from the main.

The healthcare system is made up of AMO (Mandatory Health Insurance). AMO is split into two sections: CNSS (private) and La CNOPS (public). There is also RAMED, a health insurance program designed to support the low socioeconomic population from financial tragedy due to health-related issues.

Yes, definitely. Morocco is a very child-friendly destination and children are welcomed everywhere. On a week's trip it is easy to visit Marrakesh, the mountains and the desert, or Marrakesh and Essaouira. You'll need ten days to see them all.

Ten days may just be the sweet spot when it comes to the ideal amount of time to spend in Morocco. It's enough time that you won't be rushed, and it's easy to modify one of these weeklong itineraries to allow a couple of extra days in a place you love—and wish to linger in—along the way Morocco is a safe country to travel to as long as you understand its laws and cultural customs, and adhere to the status quo. Its crime rates are relatively low but be aware of scam artists and pickpockets which can be common in Morocco.

The best time to visit Morocco is during spring (mid-March to May) or autumn (September to October). The weather is warm but pleasant, unlike the cold temperatures and snow of winter, or the scorching heat of summer

• B'ssara. At a few pennies a bowl, this rich soup of dried broad beans is traditionally served for breakfast, topped with a swirl of olive oil, a sprinkling of cumin and bread fresh from the oven. • Tagine. ... • Fish chermoula. ... • Harira. ... • Kefta tagine. ... • Couscous. ... • Makouda. ... • Zaalouk.

Morocco is a moderate Islamic country, all the big cities and touristic areas are liberal, In most of the restaurants and coffee shops you can smoke even inside, In public buildings, you can’t smoke, for accommodations, hotels and riads you can smoke in open spaces like rooftops, terraces, pools, and gardens.

Sometimes all-inclusive packages can be a better deal than booking your reservations individually. This is because travel companies are able to buy up large volumes of hotel rooms and flights at one time and sell them to customers at a discount.

• Disrespect Islam. • Disrespect the monarchy. • Use your left hand to eat with. • Walk around in beachwear (away from the beach) • Expect everyone to speak English. • Limit your stay to Marrakech. • Expect Casablanca to be like the movie. • Think fez hats come from the city of Fez

• Inappropriate clothing. ... • Going out alone and at late times. ... • Getting in a cab without negotiating the price. ... • Heading out into the desert without enough research. ... • Buying without negotiating. ... • Drinking alcohol outdoors. ... • Using your left hand too often. ... • Offending locals during Ramadan.

Moroccans utilize a wide array of modes of transportation to traverse the vast countryside. The most prominent modes of transportation for inner-city travel in Morocco are petit taxi (taxi saghir), grand taxi (taxi kabir), Careem, the city bus, and even a tramway system in Rabat and Casablanca.

In certain ways yes. Follow things to avoid.

The varied and lively nightlife in Morocco is as vibrant and colorful as the bazaars, from traditional Arabic live music to an uber-trendy and seriously cool clubbing scene. Visitors can readily find alcohol at Western-style restaurants, bars, and upmarket hotels, and Marrakesh in particular is known for its nightlife.

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