Frequently Asked Questions
Morocco Safety & Marrakech safety
Is safe to travel to morocco ? Is marrakech safe ?
Until now,there is no travel warnings for Morocco.
The political and security situation allows the organization of professional and tourist trips to Morocco, provided that you should be vigilant, especially when traveling along the South of the borders with Algeria & Mauritania.
Terrorist risk , Marrakech morocco safety & security
Morocco remains a safe country where tourism can be practiced without difficulty.
There has been no attack in Morocco since that of April 2011 in Marrakech, in the restaurant “Argana” in Jemâa El-Fna, which had cost 17 lives.
However, the Moroccan authorities have taken a series of measures to deal with a persistent terrorist risk, fueled in particular by the threats made by Daech. They regularly communicate the dismantling of terrorist cells.
The “Hadar” (vigilance) system, set up in 2014, was enhanced following the Paris bombings of 13 November 2015.
Theft & Assulats risk
- Avoid walking with jewelery & valuables or carry large amounts of money with you at night in the city centers or peripheral districts, in order to limit the risk of theft. Take preferably a safe transport.
- It is not recommended to walk, a fortiori at night, in places deserted by the public (beachs, public parks, in particular), or those whose bad attendance is notorious locally.
- People traveling their cars alone, especially in the south near the beaches, should avoid parking in isolated areas, day or night, especially near a city due to the risk of assaults or theft. If you do not use the services of a campground, it is advisable to inform the Moroccan local authorities.