Recommendations of Security in Morocco
Although it is a truly safe country for travelers (one of the) Safer Africa!
Morocco is familiar with all countries with a small Crime. Find in this guide our safety tips to go to Morocco.
The safest country in Africa
Although being a truly safe country for travelers (one of the safest) of Africa!
Morocco is known for all countries as a small crime. This is more in the poor and peripheral neighborhoods and is very limited to the world of tourists.
Theft, severely punished by Moroccan justice is relatively rare and tends to decline considerably over the past few years. However, the usual precautionary rules should be followed in order to avoid any possible pickpockets and other thieves.
Namely: Do not display objects of value ostentatiously, keep an eye Attentive on his personal affairs, do not put the wallet in the pocket Back of his trousers, avoid walking (a fortiori at night) in places Isolated. We advise you to keep photocopies of your identity papers and a list of useful phone numbers in case of loss of your credit card.
With regard to the insistence of certain pseudo guides, you should know that they often only seek to bring you to certain traders in order to reach a commission on your purchases. An infallible method in case of relentlessness is to stipulate that you will not buy anything and give them the minimum of attention (remaining courteous). However, do not be paranoid, some people may sincerely want to help you and real encounters can arise from these exchanges. Also, know that a tourist police watch in most of the major cities.
With regard to the terrorist risk that Morocco has suffered on two occasions, it should be recalled that no country in the world can be considered to be immune from such a threat.
More information on security in Morocco
For more precise information, and in real time, we invite you to consult the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before preparing your trip to Morocco.