FanouI just wanna get out of my comfort zone and be able to explore the world on a budget
AzizaI am Aziza, I am 23 years old, I am a college student in English studies department, I got a diploma in marketing. I love pasts like cats and birds, I like exchanging and learning languages. I would like to get to know other cultures as well.
AminaHey That is my first solo travel, it s ll be more fun if we can hang out , I m sure we are going to spend good moments.
Can host for 2 daysI am Aziza, I am 23 years old, I am a college student in English studies department, I got a diploma in marketing. I love pasts like cats and birds, I like exchanging and learning languages. I would like to get to know other cultures as well.
Can host for 3 daysHey my name is ikraem i’m from morocco 🇲🇦 i’m a business management student, i do work as a tour guide in my free time all around morocco not just in Casablanca, I host people from all over the world 🌎 My mother gives classes to learn the popular moroccan food. I will give you an opportunity to live in it as a Moroccan with a family consisting of a father👨👩👧👦mother and children, and of course you, knowing the ways of living in morocco and trying it closely , Of course, we provide you with food and a place to sleep, I learn a lot from you and so do you . You will get to know Morocco by a local 🙃🤝
Can host for 7 daysAssalamo alaikum, my name is souad, from morocco and iam 24 years old
SirinI’m an extrovert who loves traveling and exploring new cities. I’m not for the boring All Inclusive kind of holidays. Getting to know the culture and the way people live is the joy of traveling. Food, music and new languages is what makes my experiences worthy. I am open minded and respect every culture and tradition. However, I’d always pick a nice cocktail soirée over clubbing. I’m not for the night life, or better said night life is not for me. Guess I’m getting old😴😴 Hit me up whenever you need a travel buddy.
based on 23 experiences
I’ve been to Agadir and Marrakech, and there were several times I felt uncomfortable, the street vendors were often very annoying, but that happens in almost all parts of Africa from my experience. People were mostly very nice and helpful. I reccomend to dress respectfully and always be aware of your surroundings.
Just visited Morocco a few weeks ago: I definitely recommend Marrakesh, Chefchaouen, Fes, and the trip to the desert. In Casablanca I stayed only few hours to visit the mosque (worth it). The people are nice and very welcoming.
I was just in Marrakech and Agadir and loved it, but the harassment from men was awful, and every 2 seconds (particularly in Agadir). Morocco is an unbelievable country and well worth visiting, but the harassment is very intense.
I travelled Morocco with three female friends and it was fantastic! We also used a driver/guide. We got hardly any hassle.
I did a Morocco round trip with a tour. The organized days were perfectly fine, but whenever I was getting around alone, the amount of sexual harassment I experienced (not only verbal, but also physical) was shocking. I also found myself in two situations that could have ended pretty badly, but luckily my instincts kicked in and I got away. It's a beautiful country and I will definitely go back one day - but it will be with someone else (preferably male).
I was just in Morocco for 5 weeks. I spent 2 weeks traveling through Casablanca, Essaouira, and Taghazout. I personally loved Taghazout and had zero problems there on my own and felt totally safe. Essaouira was a nice spot and the Medina there felt much easier and safer for me to navigate compared to other places. The last 3 weeks of my trip were spent in Marrakech, Tangier, Chefchaouen and Oualidia. There was definitely a lot of verbal harassment anywhere I went but I was able to enjoy my time.
I went in December, I stayed in a Marrakesh riad with spa facilities I booked direct and it wasn't expensive at all. Flights with Easyjet, hotel arranged transfer. Every day I booked an excursion. I did the waterfalls, camel, and quad biking, a walking tour. I was there for 6 days.
Went to Morocco by myself. Marrakesh for 10 days. Spent the time sunbathing and swimming. Loved it. I have been massively hassled by men in many countries but actually, I found that was not such as issue as many places.
I loved Fes, Rabat, Essaouira, and Chefchaouen and had a blast on a day trip in Marrakech that included three hours on a quad in the dessert. Also enjoyed an Atlas Mountains hike that I took out of Marrakech. The only place I didn't enjoy was Casablanca. The beach was over-crowded and the city didn't really have a unique feel to it.
I went solo to Morocco and am very glad I went. I felt safe and it was easy to get around on public transport. My fave spot was Essaouira because I love beaches and seafood. I stayed in a riad right on the ocean wall.
Yes, Morocco is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be sure to dress modestly, avoid walking alone at night, and be aware of your belongings.
Yes, Morocco is a great destination for solo travelers. The country is generally safe and welcoming to visitors, and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore. Women should take the usual precautions when traveling alone, such as avoiding walking alone at night and being aware of their surroundings.
Morocco can be an affordable destination for solo travelers. Accommodation, food, and transportation are all relatively inexpensive, and there are plenty of budget-friendly activities to enjoy. However, it is important to note that prices can vary depending on the region and season.
The official language of Morocco is Arabic, but French and Berber are also widely spoken. It is helpful to learn some basic phrases in the local language before traveling.
The official currency of Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD). It is important to exchange your currency for Dirhams before traveling.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Morocco. It is important to check the visa requirements for your country before traveling.
Morocco is generally a safe country to visit, but it is important to be aware of your surroundings and take necessary precautions.
Morocco is a predominantly Muslim country, and it is important to be respectful of local customs and traditions. It is also important to dress modestly when visiting religious sites.
The best time to travel to Morocco is during the spring and fall months, from March to May and September to November. These months offer mild temperatures and fewer crowds, making them ideal for sightseeing and exploring the country.
Yes, Morocco is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, it is important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings, especially in crowded areas. It is also recommended to avoid walking alone at night and to dress modestly.