Terms and Conditions

Tour Deposit

We kindly request via PayPal a 20% deposit of your total tour cost to guarantee your tour and as you might expect, to secure accommodation, vehicle, driver, guide, etc in advance of your stay.

Tour Balance

When you arrive in Morocco, the remaining balance is payable to us in person prior to the commencement of your tour

Traveling With Children

Children are made a fuss of, well received, and welcomed throughout Morocco.
You will find Moroccan people very family-orientated.
Morocco without a doubt is a child-friendly country.

Children 5yrs and under travel FREE

Children 12yrs and under travel with a 50% reduction

We hope our discounts for children, assist you, concerning family travel

Cancellation Policy

Now to the not-so-nice, however unfortunately necessary footnote, regarding our cancellation policy.

• Deposits paid are NON REFUNDABLE

Once your booking is confirmed with us, please kindly note that you implicitly agree that you have taken notice of our cancellation policy.

Should you have any queries regarding the booking and payment process please don’t hesitate to contact us we will respond by email or by telephone.

Entry Requirements for Travel to Morocco

All visitors to Morocco must have a passport valid for at least six months after the date of entry into the country. It’s also advisable to check visa requirements with your local embassy or consulate before traveling. Citizens from most countries can obtain a free tourist visa on arrival in Morocco, which allows stays of up to 90 days. You may be asked to provide evidence of sufficient funds, such as a credit card statement or bank statement. Citizens of certain countries require a visa prior to arriving, so make sure you check with your embassy or consulate beforehand.

Vaccines and Medicines for travel to Morocco

It’s important to check current medical advice before traveling to Morocco. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises that all travelers should be up-to-date with routine vaccinations, such as measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, varicella (chickenpox), polio, and influenza. The CDC also recommends vaccines against hepatitis A and typhoid for some travelers. Depending on where you are visiting, you may also need to consider rabies, Japanese encephalitis, or yellow fever vaccinations.