Morocco's tourist industry is thriving. Once upon a time it was
only for the hardened traveler, but today it caters for tourists
from all over the world.
Unsupervised pilots should be Club Pilot rated.
You must have a valid license and insurance to fly in Morocco, please ensure you bring them with you, at the moment, no authorization papers are being issued, this could change in the future.
You need your flying equipment if you intend to fly. We do not
supply any flying equipment ourselves. Sensible clothing would
be advisable. Morocco is a Muslim country and it's respectful
to keep modestly dressed when out and about. We are only a short
distance from deserted beaches so a pair of shorts is a must.
Plenty of sun block and cream; even through the winter months
you can get sunburnt.
For UK, Ireland and most EU countries no pre-arranged visas are
required. Most doctors don't advise any vaccinations for Morocco,
unless you plan a lengthy stay or visit some of the remote parts
of the country. If you have any concerns contact your GP.
We have 4 traditional Moroccan rooms exclusively for our guests
located directly on takeoff. They are very clean and recently
built. Have a look HERE for more.
The food for our guests comes from local Souks (markets). We offer
traditional Moroccan dishes such as Tajine, Couscous etc. As it's
all cooked on site from fresh we can easily cater for anyone with
special dietary needs, just ask.
The currency in Morocco, is the dirham. This is a closed currency,
and therefore it is only possible to purchase dirhams when in
Morocco. However, it is easy to change most foreign currency,
and there are plenty of ATMs at the airport and in the towns.