Yes everything is included in the price the food that you try, the main meal and the tour guide fees, you don’t have to pay anything extra … of course feel free to tip the guide if you like the service.
Yes, our food tours are usually in the old towns and will include in a way or another some of the most knows city tourists attractions, and again all our tours are customizable and can fit your preferences
Yes, in all the cities we can accommodate English, Arabic, French & Spanish we have tour guides that speak those languages
Of course you can do that, and also take the opportunity to ask your tour guide for recommendations for sure they will know the best deals and the most relevant shopping spots.
All our walking food tours will have an average distance of 2.5 Km in a total time of 4 hours along with the tasting stops … it’s a moderate activity
It’s true that in Morocco public bathrooms are not widely available but during your tour do not hesitate to ask your tour guide to show you clean and convenient places for that matter.
Yes you can find alcohol in most of the cities in Morocco, Most of the Hotels as well as some restaurants will have that in their menu … in the big cities there are wine shops, bars, pubs, and nightclubs … in some grocery stores also you can find it.
Morocco is a very safe country, some cities may feel less safe that the others but in General it’s very safe if you’re walking during the day out in the big streets and the known landmarks, as a solo traveler (female or male) or in groups there’s absolutely nothing to worry about
No need to cover your head or wear Hijab if you don’t wear it in your daily life … Morocco is a modern muslim country and once here you will see that even most of moroccan women don’t wear the scarf.
Just in case you’re entering a mosque or a conservative place, as respect to the culture better to wear a long dress and put something over your hair, again Not mandatory but just out of respect.
Yes the tips culture is very common in Morocco, of course if you like the service and you’re satisfied you can tip and it will be accepted … in general it’s not mandatory, totally up to you but tips are always welcome in Morocco and make people happy.
For the how much again it’s up to you and depends on the service but let’s say between 10 to 20% of the total bill will be great …
Yes all our experiences are Vegetarian / Vegan friendly … in Morocco a lot of dishes are already vegetarians and most of the restaurants will have Vegetarian / Vegan options in their menu … reach out to us before hand tell us about your restrictions and we’ll be happy to make sure that you will experience all tours with us with no issues.
depends on the season and also depends on your itinerary, but those are the general rules :
Spring & Fall : March, April, May / September, October, November
An Average temperature of 22°C, rainy from time to time like twice a month, 30% of the days are cloudy and a little chilly
Summer : June, July, August
An Average 28°C temperature in the coastal cities inland cities it gonna get Hot expect some good 32°C to 36°C, always sunny and warm but not Humid which is great
Winter : December, January, February
Average temperature of 18°C, most of the time cloudy, rainy like twice a week, windy some times, it can get very cold during the night like 6 or 8°C … we rarely get snow in some mountain cities like Ifran, Midelt in the other cities No snow at all
All those parameters of course may change depending on the location but keep in mind always that the more north you go it gets colder and the more south it gets hotter.
Essentials : Sunscreen, Hat, Swimsuit, sunglasses, Power adaptor, sweater, appropriate and comfy footware, flipflops, loose fitting pants, a day backpack … and anything you need from home that can’t live without.
Other things : long skirts, long dresses, head scarf if you want to go to a mosque or a conservative place, not mandatory but just out of respect