Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely yes, if you have children and willing to visit Morocco, you needn’t leave them in a babysitting, you’d better bring them to discover something extraordinary. This decision can be challenging you to bear extra burdens when it comes to providing care to your children, but little kids like to amuse and enjoy travelling like adults. Besides, they’re Morocco experience will remain a lifetime journey for them to broaden their mind till they grow up mature.
In terms of payment, We do require a deposit as an advance which could be achieved your our PayPal link account using your credit card and the rest of the payment should be paid cash on the meeting the meantime, we accept cash method of payment. However, you can pay either in Dirham (Moroccan currency) or in other global currency (such as Euros or Dollars). You can consult www.xe.com for updates on currency rates.
Preferably, ask the person before taking the photo. Some local people do not like to be photographed. Yet, some others may ask for a fee before taking the photo (ex; snake charmers and single artistic performers in Marrakech and Fes). We understand how it is splendid some photos would be about people, especially with typical Moroccan clothing or style, but we recommend asking permission before making a photo.
“Enchanted Morocco” ensures high security and care to its customers. If you are a sole woman travelling to morocco, you will have nothing to worry about. We devote special attention to foreign women during the tour, especially if they are travelling alone. It can be a serious matter if she is coming to Morocco without being involved with a tour company, because sole women are often treated badly if they are not accompanied with a trusted guide. Hence, our staff will treat you well along the road and ensure you are not irritated under any circumstances.
There are no strict rules with dressing. Morocco is deemed an open and
liberal country, due to its proximity with Europe. Therefore, dressing for foreigners has not to be a big issue. However, it is important to note that the majority of Moroccan people are conservative, and do not approve seeing foreign guests wearing inappropriate clothes which may break the public norms. It doesn’t mean you should wear as the locals, but particularly, women have to respect the general clothing norms, which is covering the knees and breast and avoiding tight or transparent outfits.