Due to instability of the region, is it safe to travel around Morocco with an American passport? what do travelbloggers think? thanks!
My wife and I will be traveling to Morocco this June 11.
Long story short, I dont feel comfortable walking around under the circumstances of the region.
They might be a bit angry towards "white people" (even though I am from Turkey, living in San Francisco).
Due to instability of the region, is it safe to travel around Morocco with an American passport? what do travelbloggers think?
I agree with you. If you are American, I think you have to be cautious when traveling to countries somewhere in the Middle East and Africa.
I am female american planning on going to Morocco in May and have spoken to a few people who just returned from a 1month trip there. They assured me it was very safe country- assuming you are not flaunting your expensive jewelery and asking for trouble. As long as you dress modestly, try a bit to blend in, do not look too rich or stand out, are not flashing money or jewelery, etc, that you should have no troubles.
However, also, I read on travel.state.gov, i think is the address; it is travel advisories for americans. They go on about being careful of demonstrations (that is in ANY country) and there is a *greater* potential to be mugged in daylight or crowded areas. But, it is rare, and like i said those people probably asking for it.
hope this helps!
thanks for the responses! of course, anything helps, enjoy your travels 😊
it really wrong of what you thinking of morocco.i just came back 3 weeks ago from there,i had same taughts before, i was affraid to travel to an arab country, but i assume that that was wrong, i was very safe people are so kind, and no matter if you are american or from elsewhere,no difference between white and black.
just be ok and enjoy you time.good luck
i was surprised with your question but any way if you afraid to be their because you'r white .Morocco it's a homogeneous country so you can find Blacks browns yellow and white that looks like Americans so your color its not important.
Moroccan do not heat any west People maybe the people heat the policy for there government but not heat the people .
Moroccan are very friendly people especially with the tourists as soon as they see that you are respecting them.
i hope after your trip you going to hear good news from you
Morocco is a very lovely place, no need to be overly cautious or weary. Just make sure you dress modestly to avoid attention, but this applies to any tourists
sure it is safe, i loved it all of it just a wonderful place to be in. take many day in your vacation and explore it, enjoy the landscapes, the culture. ride the camels in the desert, get lost in the medieval city Fez. and taste Marrakech the real Morocco. Fantastic mate do not give it a miss.
You will love it.
ya, Morocco is a safe place for traveling because I had been staying for six months there in my last tour. Mostly the people of Morocco are very loving and friendly. So no doubt it is a good place for traveling.
I'm always surprised when I hear people say they are they are afraid to travel in Muslim countries. I always recommend that they do a bit of reading and gain an understanding of the foundation of the religion. These are kind and peaceful people.
We've just returned from Morocco and can assure you that it is a very safe country to travel in and around.
In my opinion, it is certainly more safe than America. The majority of crimes in this country are theft, drugs and bank robberies. They have had a few murders. This surprised me a bit since it is nearly impossible to purchase a gun in this country. What I learned is that most murders committed are by strangulation or stabbing.
Many of the Moroccan's we spoke to love America and many have friends or family living here and hope to some day go for a visit.
Happy Travels-- please go visit Morocco---- the foods are amazing.
Morocco is very safe compared to North America. I was there last year and had the time of my life. Slept very well and peaceful. The people were fantastic.
Then went to America to visit and got robbed by drug addicts..
Morocco should be rather safe, even at the moment. Sure there are things one shouldn't do, like exposing their fancy Camera around their neck more than necessary. But all in all I would defintily go to this beautiful country!
Been in Morocco several times and always love. people are friendly and very generous. I think it will be no problem at all.
Enjoy your time,
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I lived 18 years in Morocco I can assure you that it is very safe. When you're talking about color differences just know that Morocco is in North Africa, they are all whites. Second, Morocco has nothing, nothing against American people, they love all cultures and all nations. When you go to certain places like the old city, called also "medina", be careful because it's a working-class area, and someone can steal you. But this in in every country, there are always some places you have to avoid or be careful in!
So believe me, go to Morocco you won't regret it !
Morocco is totaly a safe place. I am Moroccan and working in travel industry for several years, Americans always have had this concern than other tourist. No worries, people here are very friendly, nice . I hope you enjoy your stay in Our country <snip>
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There is absolutely no problem travelling in Morocco.It is safe everywhere.You can also use oficail guides or visit the cities yourself.
We also came back from a trip to Morocco in December 2014. No problems with safety either in Marrakesh or in the mountains. You have to be careful when booking any travels to double check what you are getting and what you are paying for, but that is true at many tourist places.