- 1 Do I need a converter for Morocco?
- 2 Can I use European plug in Morocco?
- 3 Is Morocco plug same as Europe?
- 4 What adapter do I need for Morocco from UK?
- 5 Is the water in Morocco safe to drink?
- 6 What medications can I take to Morocco?
- 7 Are things cheap in Morocco?
- 8 Can you wear shorts in Morocco?
- 9 What is the dress code in Marrakech Morocco?
- 10 What can you not eat in Morocco?
- 11 Are there mosquitoes in Morocco?
- 12 How much money do I need to take to Morocco?
- 13 What should I be careful of in Morocco?
Do I need a converter for Morocco?
You cannot use your electric appliances in Morocco without a voltage converter, because the standard voltage in Morocco (220 V) is higher than in the United States of America (120 V).
Can I use European plug in Morocco?
Re: What type of plug / adaptor do I need for Morocco? European. European will work fine.
Is Morocco plug same as Europe?
All power sockets in Morocco provide a standard voltage of 127V with a standard frequency of 50Hz. You can use all your equipment in Morocco if the outlet voltage in your own country is between 100V-240V. This is mostly the case in Europe, Australia, United Kingdom and most countries in Africa and Asia.
What adapter do I need for Morocco from UK?
In Morocco the power plugs and sockets are of type C and E. Check out the following pictures. When living in the United Kingdom you need a power plug adapter for sockets type C and E. Your appliances with plug G don’t fit socket C or E.
Is the water in Morocco safe to drink?
So yes, officially the water in Morocco is safe to drink thanks to water treatment, chlorination and monitoring and maintenance of the water delivery system.
What medications can I take to Morocco?
Medicines & First Aid Recommended items to take for any trip to Morocco are: paracetamol, ibuprofen, imodium, sun cream, lip balm, after-sun cream, mosquito repellant, sunglasses. A traveller’s First Aid kit is always good to have on board in case of any injury.
Are things cheap in Morocco?
However, Morocco is still relatively cheap for many things and can be considered a budget destination if you bear these points in mind. Museums in Morocco are very affordable even when looking at it from the perspective of locals. Even a major tourist destination like Marrakech has very affordable entry fees.
Can you wear shorts in Morocco?
BOTTOMS. Cultural Guidelines: Moroccan men don’t usually wear shorts. However, as tourists, it will be fine for you to wear shorts. If you want to fit in a little better, then you could consider packing long pants.
What is the dress code in Marrakech Morocco?
There isn’t an enforced dress code for tourists, but both men and women are advised to respect the culture and leave short, revealing clothes at home. It is best to dress modestly when visiting Marrakech, even though you will see some tourists who are dressed in more revealing clothing.
What can you not eat in Morocco?
11 Things Tourists Should Never Eat or Drink in Morocco
- Snails. If you aren’t a fan of going out of your comfort zone when it comes to food, you better steer clear of the snails.
- Cookies from carts. Often when walking down the street in Morocco you’ll spot a nice cart full of traditional cookies.
- Street food vendors.
- Fruit and vegetables.
Are there mosquitoes in Morocco?
Now let´s tell the truth: THERE ARE MOSQUITOES IN MOROCCO and they are PRETTY BADASSES!
How much money do I need to take to Morocco?
Depending on what you plan to do, you should probably aim to take around £40-£50 per person per day (£280-£300 per week) in Morocco. You can always head to the ATM if you need more cash for extra activities, plus most places accept credit cards.
What should I be careful of in Morocco?
11 Things That Tourists Should Never Do in Morocco, Ever
- 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.