FAQs

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Is there anything we should pack for the Desert trip?

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Regarding your questions what to pack to for the Sahara Desert trip, we would recommend that you wear light, airy clothing, which is comfortable and easy to move around in. Like maybe shorts or 3/4 length pants for modesty. During the evenings,again some little cover up as it can feel a little cool ( October to Mai),especially after a day in the desert sun. Obviously you should have some cover up across your shoulders,and maybe some headwear and definitely plenty of sun-cream. Footwear its really up to you,some wear flip flops or trainers.

 

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Question about Morocco : what is appropriate to wear in the smaller villages (during Ramadan) and in the desert?

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Dress modestly - t-shirt and cropped trousers or similar. Even the Moroccans who usually dress "a la mode" dress more conservatively during Ramadan

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Question about Morocco : it’s possible if we wear hiking shorts during the day ?What is the recommended dress code for restaurants in Morocco Riads, especially for dinners? No jackets or ties required for dinner?

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You can wear hiking shorts during the day and no jackets or ties are required for the dinner.

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How much would the price be if we went to The Cascades Ouzoud, were dropped off and picked up 3 hours later to go back?

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The price for Ouzoud Waterfalls Day trip starting and ending in/from Marrakesh : 90£ for both of you in private and comfortable MPV fitted with the air-conditioning.

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Do you think that would be too much time in Todra, spending 2 nights??

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I think one overnight in Todra Valley is fair enough then have one more day in the desert Merzouga Erg Chebbi.

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Quick question, do we pass the train station on the way to our Berber Cooking Class Trip? If so, we need to buy a ticket for tomorrow. Would it be possible to do this?

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Marrakesh Train Station is not on the further way to the High Atlas Mountains as we will pick you up from your Riad which is located in the Medina east of Marrakesh, however your Morkosh Tours driver will take you and make sure you got your train tickets before you head out of the city for your tour and it's for free.

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Could you Please confirm the itinerary for the Casablanca day trip? Which sites will we see?

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Casablanca Day trip from Marrakesh itinerary will be as follows :

Casablanca is a 2 hours and half journey from Marrakesh.
Starting at 8 m, pick up from your accommodation in Marrakesh ( your accommodation details needed for a free pick up).
11 am stop at the Casablanca promenade, possibility of 20 min walk along the large  pavement promenade through those beautiful cafes offering a nice panoramic views over the Atlantic ocean coast.
We drive north to reach the famous Hassan II Mosque.
P.S: No-Muslims are not allowed to go in however there is a part open to the tourist visits which gives an idea about the interior designs and that has an entrance fee of 100 Moroccan Dirhams per person.
 The exterior mosque is well decorated with a fantastic colorful tiles and carvings with huge square.
Lunch time. ( depends on what's your preferable meal, we will give you our suggestions while in the trip).
In the afternoon, you will visit the Rick's cafe, Mohamed V square with an opportunity to take photos with all those pigeons that locals would feed.
Habous Neighborhood is personal choice as it's gives an idea about how the Jewish quarters look like, it is full of shops.
Then take the way back to be in Marrakesh around 6 pm.