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Do you offer airport transfers?

For those wishing to save a little money, we do offer airport transfer to / from the hotel. A driver will meet you at the airport with your name sign and take you to the appropriate destination. This driver will not be available for any other services during the day except the transfer. Pricing on airport transfers range from $40 – $50.

Is the driver a tour guide?

There is a difference between tour guides and drivers in Morocco. Tour guides are licensed to give historical tours of Morocco…they can accomany clients into the major cities. Your driver will guide you thoughout Morocco but we will provide you with a professional tour guide in the major cities. Your driver will be your “eyes” into the culture of Morocco. If you would like, we can provide you with a professional tour guide for the entire tour, but this will have additional costs.

Will our driver speak English?

Because the majority of our clients speak English, we have found some very good English speaking drivers who will accompany you on your tour. If you need a Spanish, French or other language, we can find someone that will be able to escort you.

What type of vehicles do you use?

Most of our clients use the Hyundai H1 Minivan. This vehicle comfortably holds 6 people including lugagge and is eqipped with seat belts and air-conditioning. For those wishing for a slight upgrade, we offer the Mercedes Vito. This van is more luxurious; offering individual seats for each passenger. For those wishing to save some money, we can offer the Mercedes Taxi holding 3 – 4 people. These taxis are 15 years old and usually have semi-functioning air-conditioning.

What is included with my private driver?

The cost of the private driver is all inclusive, except for his tip. Our tours cover the fuel, lodging, food, tolls, and expenses of the driver during his time with you. We do ask that you leave a tip for his services. Even on the free days, your driver will be available to serve you. We will send you the driver’s name and contact information a few days before the tour in case you must contact him for any reason.

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4 What is Moroccan food like? Administrator 566
5 What is the best way to get money? Administrator 561
6 What medicines should I bring? What if I get sick? Administrator 602
7 Will I be able to exercise during my stay in Morocco? Administrator 567
8 Can I find batteries in Morocco? Administrator 486
9 Should I bring my mobile phone? Administrator 557
10 Will I have access to internet? Administrator 497
11 What about appliances (hair dryers, electric razors, etc.) and electronics? Administrator 507
12 Can I do laundry during my travels? Administrator 521
13 What should I wear? Administrator 644
14 What should I pack? Administrator 528
15 What are the best sites to see in Morocco? Administrator 586
16 Will I need an umbrella? Administrator 490
17 What is the weather going to be like? Administrator 596
18 Do many people speak my language…English/French/Spanish/etc? Administrator 536
19 What are the main languages used in Morocco? Administrator 520

What are the main languages used in Morocco?

Written by Administrator
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 14:52
Arabic and French are considered to be the national languages of Morocco and both are generally used in documentation and street signs. The Moroccan dialect of Arabic, Darijah, is the language most Moroccans speak in their homes and on the street. More and more people are beginning to study English especially in the tourism sector. There are also three distinct Berber dialects – Tamazight, Tasusit, and Tarifit – used mostly among the Berbers themselves.

Do many people speak my language…English/French/Spanish/etc?

Moroccans are, in general, linguistic engineers! You will find that the majority of Moroccans you meet are proficient in at least two Western/European languages. If you speak slowly and listen carefully, you will be understood in Morocco.

What is the weather going to be like?

Written by Administrator
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 14:57
Morocco boasts four distinct seasons. Spring: March-May; Summer: June-September; Fall: October-November; and Winter: December-February. Spring and Fall are definitely the most lovely, temperate seasons, climate-wise, to explore Morocco. Summers are usually quite hot (90ºF – 105ºF in the north, hotter in the southeast/nearer to the desert) and the Winters can be quite cold (35ºF-55ºF, colder in the more mountainous regions). Most of Morocco’s rainfall occurs during the Winter, especially near the coast and in the northern region of the country.

Important: travelers should note that the country of Morocco operates on a different schedule during the Islamic month of Ramadan, when Muslims are required to fast during the daylight hours. Month of Ramadan 2009: late August-late September. Month of Ramadan 2010: mid August-mid September. Month of Ramadan 2011: early August-early September. And so on…

Will I need an umbrella?

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 February 2010 12:06
Written by Administrator
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 14:57
Morocco’s rainy season is in the winter time (November through March). Rainfall is rather rare throughout the rest of the year. Umbrellas are available for purchase in most major towns and cities, especially in the winter. If you have a small travel umbrella that you can throw in your luggage, it would be a good idea during the winter months.

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