Morocco Travel Advice
Travel Advisory and Warnings

From: Morocco Travel Guide

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Morocco Travel Advice
As with any country be respectful of the culture and various traditions and use your own common sense when it comes to your personal safety.

Safety
Crime is on the rise in Morocco, so be vigilant, especially in crowded areas, at night and when driving.

Passport
Ensure that your passport has an entry stamp on arrival or you may have difficulty leaving.

Culture Advice
Try to be as respectful as possible with regards to the culture by dressing and acting accordingly.

Western Sahara Warning
Travel into the Western Sahara is restricted and it is advisable to go with an organized group rather than independently or you may well be turned away at the border.

Fake Guide Warning
Beware of fake guides offering their services and try to only use guides who are authorised by the official tourist office.

Photography
Do not take any photos of military or other top level security facilities.

Morocco Health Advice
Seek medical advice 6 weeks prior to travelling to ensure that you have plenty of time for any required vaccinations.

Morocco Borders
The border with Algeria is closed and the Mauritania border point is open but has no public transport.

Travel Insurance
It is highly recommended to have comprehensive travel and medical insurance.

Travel Guide
Travelling on Morocco's roads needs great care and attention due to the driving culture and road conditions.


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