What should I wear?

Written by Administrator
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 15:00
Moroccans tend to dress up a bit more than the majority of Americans, in a style which has often been described as “Arabopean.” As a foreigner, however, your attire will depend slightly upon your travel plans. If you are planning on remaining near the coastal, more Western-style cities, be sure to pack some classy, “going out” clothes for dining out or an evening promenade, as well as your more comfortable, sight-seeing clothes and shoes. If you are planning on a more exploratory country tour, you will want to make sure that you have plenty of comfortable clothes and shoes for walking, driving and, of course, riding camels. If you are going to be trekking or hiking, all of the normal equipment would apply. Women might be more comfortable in any location with longer-sleeves shirts and full-length skirts and pants, but it is not necessary for women to cover their hair. Men in Morocco do not usually wear shorts, unless playing sports. Bring swimsuits, as many hotels have lovely pools!

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