Does packing stress you out?
It can be a bit overwhelming to know what to pack when you are going to a country that is very different than your own.
Traveling is such a joy, it really is – you get to meet people from different walks of life, experience different weather conditions, get a taste of the life people live outside your hometown or country. A vacation or visit will generally last more than just a few days of course, which is why you need to make sure everything is neatly organized, well kept and within reach when you need it the most.
Presented in this article is a comprehensive list of items to pack before setting out to Morocco.
It is recommended that you try to keep the luggage weight under 23 kilos (or your airline restrictions). You also need to factor in the weather conditions and time of year when you decide to travel.
Without further ado, let’s get to this list!
On most trips, you end up carrying your own luggage, though you probably won’t be walking long distances carrying it – likely less than 30 minutes. A lot of travelers conveniently carry their luggage in a backpack. An overnight bag sporting a shoulder strap is also ideal for light traveling.
Backpacks with wheels or smaller bags are also great, particularly if they have carry straps. Consider carrying a daypack for water and a camera. The list includes:
On trips, particularly long ones, pack clothes that are easy to wash and dry up fast. Women ought to pack skirts that cover the knees completely, while packing scarves for visiting places of worship such as churches or mosques.
Military or ex-military style clothing and equipment is strictly not recommended in a lot of areas. Pack a couple of fancier clothes for those nights out. The list includes:
If you need more information about what clothes to pack in Morocco, check out our What To Wear In Morocco Guide.
Personal Health and Hygiene
Electronics / Cameras
For Your Cash / Money
For Wet / Rainy Weather Conditions
Slumber / Sleep Gear
Ask us if you have any questions!
Always check the details of your trip while deciding what to pack. In addition, some items on this list may not be needed on your particular trip to Morocco. We have specific packing lists for the Sahara, if you will be visiting the desert.