General Note: Pack Light so You Can Shop
In general, pack light so you can shop more. Remember, you’ll be traveling on a bus for 17 days across the entire country from mountain to sea to desert. Do you really want to lug around a bunch of stuff you can buy onthe ground in Morocco?
A trick I use is to being outfits I don’t wear much or would give away for this trip, then as I shop (caftans, harem pants, etc), l leave an item or two that I brought in the hotel rm or give away...
Passport with 6 months availability
US citizens don’t need Visas for Morocco
Travel insurance, including insurer details.
24 hr emergency contact telephone number and policy number (even if you are travelling with credit card insurance).
Flight tickets or e-tickets.
Photos of of important documents - stored on your phone or email to be kept separately (we recommend you keep a copy at home as well and email a copy to yourself).
A print out of your trip's Essential Trip Information.
Spare passport photos.
Youth/student card for travel discounts.
Small rolling bag that can double as a carry on
Padlocks (and keys)
travel duffle bag that can be folded into small packet to carry souvenirs
mini travel First aid kit.
Contact lenses and solution.
High protection sunscreen (25+).
Lip balm/lip salve.
Hat/wide brim hat.
Antihistamine/insect bite cream.
Travel sickness tablets (Cipro)
Travel vaccination certificates.
Aspirin 9ot motrin
Rehydration powder (salts and glucose).
Anti-diarrhoea pills (Cipro is great consult your doctor for more detailed advice).
Money (cash/credit cards).
Travellers’ cheques, I actually found to be more trouble than they're worth. They're essentially American cash you have to get changed, so stick to getting money out of Moroccan ATM's so you don't have to pay to exchange cash -
Morocco is a cash/carry culture
So, mostly we'll be doing ATM stops every 2 days. Bring your trip kitty (in cash) in and plan some clever ways to store your cash in different places (not all of it in the same wallet & money belts are candy for pickpockets)
containers to hide your cash
(old deodorant bottles, sunglass/eyeglass case, dental floss container, lipstick tube, etc)
(Atm stops will happen every two days)
night clothes (pack something that can double as daywear
Warm anorak/sweater/microfleece or denim jacket
1 Long-sleeved top (for evenings when mosquitoes are out).
1 Long trousers (zip-off trousers are very versatile).
2 T-Shirts/cotton shirts.
2 Socks/4 underwear
tunic tops that cover ur tush
1 scarf to double as head wrap, neck warmer or shawl
light weight sleeping bag (blankets& beds provided)
Small Umbrella or raincape
Waterproof and windproof jacket.
Waterproof trousers or cargo pants or sweats for hiking
Comfortable walking shoes with good grip.
Comfortable daypack to carry your personal needs during the day.
Local language phrase book app on phone
Personal audio player on phone
Reading material on phone kindle
Torch/flashlight app for your phone
Electrical adapter for the country you are travelling to.
Mobile phone - check you have international roaming access or buy Moroccan Sim card (much cheaper)
Rubber flip-flops for showers
small travel sewing kit and safety pins.
Vaccinations needed for Morocco