moroccan bungalow

Retreat FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Morocco safe and what do I wear?

Yes, Morocco is generally a very safe destination for tourists. The popular spots are well protected by police and private security, just beware of fake guides and pickpockets. Solo female travellers need to take the usual precautions and dress modestly to avoid unwanted attention.

 


What is included?

All Breakfast meals are included, 6 dinners and 6 lunches. All Accommodation and transport will be covered during your journey with us, including airport transfers to and from Marrakech airport.

Additionally, we have an experiential itinerary designed where you’ll be getting hands-on with artisans, touring special places, delighting in the wisdom from accompanying guides and much more. All of these items are also covered. If you have any questions, just email us at info@themoroccanbungalow.com


What is not included?

We do not include airfare nor facilitate airfare booking. On the first day of the trip, we provide dinner, but if you arrive earlier, you will have to cover those expenses. Likewise, on the last day of the trip, we provide breakfast, but if you depart later, you will have to cover those expenses.

We do not cover other items getting to Morocco like passport and/or visa fees, insurance packages, vaccinations etc… We do not cover such in-country costs like items you want to buy. If you have any questions, just email us at info@themoroccanbungalow.com


How many people travel together?

We allow a capacity of up to six travellers in addition to the Us! unless stated otherwise on the trip’s itinerary. We create an inclusive environment where everyone can enjoy the experiences designed and embrace the journey together.


How do I reserve a spot?

In order to reserve a spot, we need an initial deposit, per person, which is $870US. If the booking is made at least 45 days prior to the trip’s starting date. Those booking within 45 days of the trip’s starting date, the entire trip’s cost is due upon booking, per person.

Split payments is available to those booking at least a month prior to the trip’s starting date with $870US due up front and the balance due 30 days prior to the trip’s starting date. If an overdue balance occurs, your spot is no longer guaranteed to be reserved. Refer to Section 2 of our booking and terms and conditions. 


What if I cancel?

We’ll be disheartened you cannot join us on this journey, but we know how life goes.
Review Section 4 of our Booking terms and conditions to see what refund options you’ll have available.


Do I need travel insurance?

Obtaining travel insurance is compulsory; this ensures peace of mind and it’s there to support should you encounter any unforeseen incidents during your trip. A policy package, per your discretion, could cover such incidentals as personal injury, property damage, flight cancellation, loss of luggage, personal effects, medical expenses, death, repatriation, emergency evacuation, personal liability, etc…


Do I need a visa?

A passport that is valid for a minimum three months beyond your stay will be required. Visas are the responsibility of the individual traveller, however approximately 70 countries are visa-free for travelling to Morocco for a duration of up to 90 days. Consult your local embassy for current information.



I’m booked, now what?

We’ll be sending you a detailed itinerary with our daily schedule, more information on Morocco and our journey together. We’ll have this sent via email after we’ve received full payment and about a month away from the trip. We cannot wait to see you there!