When people start traveling, they often worry about the safety of the country they will be in.
Thankfully, Morocco is one of the safest countries to be in.
As with any country, keep your valuables hidden, carry only small amounts of money, hold your camera close and avoid being in isolated areas and in dark.
You should be careful in crowds and avoid fake guides who try to be more friendly and helpful by offering false Morocco travel information to tourists and travelers.
Morocco has a different climate, its weather change from a place to another, chilling in the ocean, has extreme temperatures in the desert and mountains, and even on warm days you will need a jacket for the evening.
Just make sure you bring good shoes, for women would be better to avoid short skirts, tank tops or other revealing articles of clothing.
Moroccan currency is the Dirham (DH or MAD).
The Dirhams can’t be exchanged or purchased outside of Morocco.
As a general guide, divide the Moroccan price by 10 to get a rough estimate of cost in $ or €.
Current exchange rates can be obtained from several Web sites.
International credit cards are accepted in hotels and by many merchants, although you may get a better price for a cash transaction.
ATM machines are abundant in major cities, so a good strategy is use your ATM card to get Dirhams every few days as needed and carry some home currency as backup.