We need some important information prior to your trip. This information will include your flight details which we need for your transfer. Please fill in this information as soon as possible.
Please use this form to add available options to your tour. Any options selected will be added to your file and you will receive an updated invoice.
Arrive to Casablanca - Mohammed V International Airport (CMN) - at any time on or before first day of tour. Transfer to Idou Anfa Hotel & Spa.
Depart from Marrakesh - Marrakesh Menara Airport (RAK) - at any time on last day of tour. Depart from Le Kech Boutique Hotel & Spa.
Airport transfers are included with your tour. A local representative will greet you upon arrival at Casablanca Airport. The representative will be holding a sign stating “WTC Morocco” at the exit of the arrival hall. Guide details for arrival at Casablanca Airport:
Tel: +212 6 67 36 45 76
Local contact office +212 524 43 69 56
The Women’s Travel Club recommends booking flexible/refundable air tickets when possible. Please do not book flights until your tour status is guaranteed. Once your flights are booked please enter your flight information on the pre-travel form above.
If you would like assistance booking international flights for your tour please use the form below. The Women’s Travel Club Flight Desk will work with you to arrange the best options.
Our Flight management fee is CAD 100.00 + HST, per tour.
Citizens of Canada, United States, the European Union, Australia and dozens of other countries can enter and remain in Morocco visa-free for up to 90 days.
You should always make sure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months past the dates of travel.
While no specific vaccinations are required, we recommend that your routine vaccinations are up to date and that you visit a local travel health clinic or doctor for advice prior to the trip.
The Women's Travel Club recommends travelers to be fully vaccinated against COVID. Some countries will require COVID vaccination to enter, it is the traveler's resposibility to insure they meet all requirements.
Travel requirements may change at any time. Please visit your government's travel recommendations page.
Canada - https://travel.gc.ca/
USA - https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel.html
Chat with others on your tour on our private, online network. Share information and ideas for your upcoming tour.
Join the live, online meet and greet to meet your fellow travelers and your tour host. This informal online get-together will happen shortly before your tour.
Thursday April 6 @ 7 PM
Share pictures from the tour on this photo sharing app. Photos can be uploaded to social media. A great way for everyone to have access to the best photos.
This is a suggested packing list for your tour. Please keep in mind that your personal needs or requirements may differ from the items on this list.
The local currency in Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham (MAD).
It is recommended currency be exchanged at the airport in Casablanca. Make sure you know the proper exchange rate and only accept cash not the bank card that they will try to give you. Sometimes, you can pick up or order Dirham’s from your local currency exchange and you are able to enter the country with 2000 DH/MAD.
ATMs are very common in Morocco. Cirrus and Plus system cards are the most widely accepted debit cards. There are no guarantees that your credit or debit cards will actually work in local ATMS, so it is important to check with your bank before departure and advisable to travel with more than one type of card.
Visa cards are the most widely accepted credit cards, but are generally only useful for larger/expensive purchases. Be aware when purchasing products or services on a credit card that a fee usually applies.
The foreign currency most commonly accepted in Morocco is the Euro. You will be able to exchange Euros, as well as GBP and USD at money exchange offices in major cities.
In Morocco there are two associated plug types, types C and E. Type C plugs have two round pins and type E plugs have two round pins and a hole for the socket’s male earthing pin. Morocco operates on a 220V supply voltage and 50Hz.