MICEport DMC in Morocco
A young country with an old history, Morocco is a photographer's delight and a budget traveler's dream. It's cheap, exotic, and easier and more appealing than ever. Along with a rich culture, Morocco offers plenty of contrast — from beach resorts to bustling desert markets, from jagged mountains to sleepy, mud-brick oasis towns. And a visit to Morocco — so close to Europe, yet embracing the Arabic language and script and Muslim faith.
Artists, writers, and musicians have always loved Tangier. From the 1920s through the 1950s, Tangier was an "international city," too strategic to give to any one nation, and jointly governed by as many as nine different powers — and with a booming free-for-all atmosphere that attracted playboy millionaires, bon vivants, globe-trotting scoundrels, con artists, and expat romantics. Tangier enjoyed a cosmopolitan golden age that, in many ways, shaped the city visitors see today. In later decades, it earned a reputation as the "Tijuana of Africa." Casablanca handsome Mauresque buildings, which meld French-colonial design and traditional Moroccan style, are best admired in the downtown area. Visitors who spend time there, in the Quartier Habous and in the beach side suburb of Ain Diab, are sure to get into the local swing of things and realize that this old pirate lair is looking towards the future, embracing the European-flavored urban sophistication that has underpinned life here for the past century.
Austrian German is the official language of Austria, while Alemannic and Austro-Bavarian are the major unofficial languages.
VAT and Tax Refunds
A VAT reclaim service is now available in Morocco! The VAT reclaim service allows henceforth; tourists and non residents in Morocco to get a VAT refund on goods purchased during their stay in the country by simply presenting their passports.
The monetary unit is the Dirham (Dh)
Morocco has mild, temperate, Mediterranean weather; cold crisp mountain weather; dry searing desert weather; and a few other types of weather.
Hours are generally 8:30am to 5:00pm sometimes earlier for public institutions and often much later for private businesses. The key is to remember that business hours are greatly affected by the holidays. Nothing happens during Ramadan. Before and after Eid al Fitr, many places will be closed or operate at random times.
Electricity is 220volt/50Hz and takes continental European two-prong plugs. Make sure your appliances can accept the higher voltage of power (American outlets provide 120 volts) or you’ll need a converter and an adapter. Some appliances and computers can accommodate either 120 or 220 volts either automatically or with just the flip of a switch on the appliance.
MICEport Morocco Preferred DMCs
Year Company Started
Number of Staff
Dynamic Incentive programs
Special interest tours
Past Group Sizes
10 - 500 People
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