Contrary to what some may believe, it’s not too hot to wear pants and a shirt in Morocco. In fact, most Moroccans dress this way. If you’re visiting a more rural area, you might want to consider wearing long pants and a long-sleeved shirt to protect yourself from the sun and the wind.
When packing for your trip, make sure to bring along a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and insect repellent. And don’t forget comfortable shoes – you’ll be doing a lot of walking! Here are a few other items that might come in handy:
– A shawl or scarf: This can be used as a wrap or headscarf when it’s cold or as a sun shield when it gets hot.
– Comfortable shoes and sandals: Bring a pair of shoes that you can wear all day, as well as some comfortable flip-flops or sandals.
– Loose-fitting clothing: Lightweight, breathable fabrics are the best way to stay cool in Morocco’s heat. Avoid wearing tight clothing such as jeans and restrict yourself to tops with short sleeves or sleeveless shirts
Finally, remember to pack according to the season – wear layers during winter months and keep your outfits light during summer months. In most cases, casual wear will suffice for daytime activities but if you plan on attending an event or visiting a fancy restaurant be sure to wear something more formal such as a dress or a suit. Have fun and enjoy your trip!