Moroccan Arabic and Berber are the official languages. You’ll also notice that French is frequently used, considering Morocco is a former French territory.
English is taught as a second language in schools. However, don’t assume that everyone you meet will be able to talk in English. If this is an issue, it may be more cost efficient to retain a trilingual tour guide for your small or private group tour.
The Moroccan dirham is the country’s official currency. Credit cards are readily accepted, and ATMs dispensing local cash are widespread.
The best time to visit Morocco is either in the spring from March to May or in fall between September to October. Other months might be enjoyable if you favor bright and sunny weather or don’t mind the cold.
Morocco has a public transportation system that employs rail to connect the major cities and buses for travels inside the city. Large vehicles and sedans are commonly used for small individual and group outings. For bigger groups, medium to large motor buses are employed.