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Travel Gear: What to Pack When Traveling to Morocco

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Travel Gear: What to Pack When Traveling to Morocco

Morocco Travel Information: What To Bring When Touring Morocco
In preparation for your Moroccan adventure, the following is a list of things to consider packing that will make your trip as smooth and comfortable as possible.
Pre-departure Morocco Travel Essentials
Personal Identification (drivers license, if planning to drive)
 Passport and visa if required
 Airline Tickets
Traveller’s Checks (it is safer to bring these in case your credit cards gets lost/ stolen or do not work in an ATM machine)
Credit Cards 
Currency (you can request Moroccan currency (the dirham) at your local bank or convert money at the airport)
Travel Insurance
Health Documentation
Emergency Information
Guide books & maps
Photocopies of Documentation: (passport and tickets). You can also scan these, upload them to the internet and email them to yourself. Internet access is widely available in all major cities and most small ones in Morocco).
Morocco Tour Guide: Travel Medicines
While no shots are required to enter Morocco, it is recommended that you come prepared with a personal medical kit, as you do not to spend time looking for a pharmacy and risk that they do not carry what you need. Morocco does have French pharmaceutical shops widely available throughout the country in all major cities and many villages therefore if basic things such as cold medicine, Imodium, allergy creams or over the counter medicine is needed you can visit one of them. Depending on your health condition, you may want to consult with your doctor before your trip. The climate in Morocco is diverse and different from what travelers are used to, so come prepared with the following:
 
Antibiotic for traveller’s diarrhoea
Antibiotic cream & disinfectant for scrapes and cuts
Band-Aids
Birth control products
Disposable antibacterial wipes or cleanser 
Pepto-Bismol or Imodium for traveller’s diarrhoea. 
Motion sickness medicine
Cold medicine: Decongestant, antihistamine, cough syrup
Aspirin, Tylenol or other Pain relievers
Hydrocortisone cream
Insect repellent with DEET 30%
Iodine purifying tablets
Re-hydration tablets
Salt tablets
Sunscreen (SPF 30 + )
Skin Lotion (especially for Eczema)
Sunglasses (or prescription glasses/ contact lenses, and solution) 
Morocco Tour Guide: Travel Toiletries 
Feminine hygiene products (tampons, etc.)
Condoms
Hair brush
Shampoo, Conditioner
Soap
Shaving Cream, razor
Toilet paper
Tooth brush, tooth paste

Morocco Tour Guide: Travel Clothing
Conservative clothing is worn throughout Morocco (clothes should not be tight or too revealing)
Bathing suit (for beach resorts, hotel)
Brimmed Hat, Visor, Hat, headscarf
A track suit
Light gloves
Windbreaker or warm sweater for cooler months
Travel Footwear: broken in sneakers or hiking shoes, sandals, socks.
Morocco Tour Guide: Electronics List
Camera & Film (Kodak and Fuji is easy to find in Morocco but expensive)Video Camera & Tapes
Extra Camera Batteries
Electrical plug adapter and or converter
Radiation shield for film
Travel Alarm
Flashlight / extra bulbs
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