Here are five ways to stay out of jail when in Morocco

Ama Nunoo December 12, 2020
King Mohammed VI, the King of Morocco Photo: Middle East Online

It is advisable to do a little research before visiting a new place. It will make your visit a more relaxing experience. Morocco was once occupied by Christian Berbers, Phoenicians, Romans, Arab dynasties and Carthaginians, who built their empires when they inhabited the land.

It is an Islamic country blessed with a rich culture which is a blend of Arab, Berber, European and African influences. Several authoritative outlets have listed Morocco as the most preferred destination for tourists in North Africa because the country has placed a high premium on tourism as a strategic industry for the growth and sustainability of its economy. 

Some locals may take offense to certain things tourists do. Here are some rules and regulations that one needs to be mindful of when in Morocco. Note that according to article 2 of Morocco’s penal code, ignorance is no excuse.

Last Edited by:Mildred Europa Taylor Updated: December 12, 2020


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