No visa is required for French and most European people. Only a valid passport is required. Other nationalities, please contact the nearest Consulate of Morocco.
No vaccine is mandatory. Recommended are vaccinations against Tetanus and Hepatitis A. For more information, please consult your doctor.
We would not recommend beginners to participate in one of our horseback riding trails. For the most trips, an advanced level is necessary. To reach a more advanced level we offer a preparatory training at our stable that gradually leads you to your first outdoor experience.
You can withdraw money with an international money card at any bank. Local currency is the dirham = DH. For indication 1 ? is approximately 11 DH (variable exchange rates possible).
In principle, the money card gives its owner the guarantees of repatriation insurance, personal accident and public liability. Other insurances offer additional guarantees such as cancellation insurance, interruption of stay, repatriation, loss, theft or damage of baggage. Please find out if your insurance covers for riding accidents.
Morocco is "a country where the sun is hot and the earth is cold." This saying is proved to be true in almost all regions, except the coast. Depending on the season and place, it will be necessary to bring more or less warm clothing for the night and a warm sleeping bag. During the day short clothing and a jacket is advisable. Note that in most cases it is rather hot during the day and much colder at night, especially in the mountains and during winter in the desert.
WHAT TO BRING
Pharmaceuticals are rare and expensive. Therefore it is recommended to take some common products, including protective products against the sun. One can locally purchase a typical scarf, which protects against the sun and dust (essential in the desert). Also think about taking any other medication that would be indispensable.
Headlamp or flashlight
Drinking bottle (at least ½ better 1 liters)
Pocket knife (not to be wearable on the trip)
Riding pants, fleece for the evenings
Long-sleeved shirt for protection against the sun
Chaps or half chaps
Lightweight boots or walking shoes
Waterproof windbreaker or waterproof cape
Hat (we do not provide helmets or bombs)
High protection sunscreen + sunglasses
The tents (for 2 persons) and mattresses are provided.
Please bring a warm sleeping bag.
Drinks during meals (mineral water) are provided. Alcoholic drinks should preferably be bought on the plane or in the duty free shops at the airports.