A Morocco Packing List For Women: What To Pack And Wear In Morocco
Are you heading to Morocco and not sure what you should bring for your trip? Last fall 2016 I went over for just over two weeks to do a road trip around the country and wanted to share my Morocco packing list. Of course, everyone is different especially when it comes to style but I thought this would be helpful in case you need some ideas.
AWESOME PRODUCTS THAT I USE ON EVERY TRIP!
My Morocco Packing List:
- white shirt
- black shirt
- grey shirt
- stripe shirt
- stripe shirt by Commes Des Garcon
- chambray button up by Levi’s
- white button up by Steven Alan
- short sleeve button up –wear with a scarf as a shawl to cover up arms in busy places
- black cotton palazzo pants
- loose patterned pants
- cotton pants by Rag & Bone
- blue caftan – purchased in Marrakech
- white caftan purchased in Marrakech
- black pants by Steven Alan
- black accordion skirt
- black dress
- black leggings
- bathing suit
- Clare Vivier purse
- Bali sarong which works as scarf and head covering
- black Nikes
- white Birkenstocks
- black Birkenstocks
- black Ray Bans
- underwear for 7 days – I would actually recommend more if you can because I did some hand washing while I was in Essaouira and even after 2 days it did not try fast enough. We ended up drying some of our clothes in the back seat of our car on the drive to the Sahara where it is drier.
- I used my Burton wheeled carry on luggage
- I used my DSPTCH Ruckpack to tote all of my tech and camera gear
- I always use packing cubes to make life easier when I’m on the road
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My Morocco packing list tech wise:
- Unlocked iPhone 6 (call your cell phone company to unlock your phone) – I bought a local Moroccan SIM card to use for calling riads and random internet needs. I have T-Mobile but Africa is not included in my free worldwide data.
- I brought my MacBook Air because my iPhone 6 was being funny so I wanted to be sure I could communicate with the riads that we had booked plus taking so many photos I try to upload my images to my Dropbox
- Universal travel plug – Morocco uses similar plugs to Europe
- Travel power strip – always because I bring so much gear!
- Cameras: I brought my GoPro, my DSLR, and mirrorless Sony – I couldn’t take enough photos in Morocco!
- Don’t forget all of your charging cords!!!
- For the Sahara specific, check out my Sahara packing list by clicking here.
Morocco is a Muslim country so you will see women fully dressed in hijabs. This, of course, is not expected of foreigners but I do want to be respectful. September was quite hot still so I wanted to make sure my clothing was lightweight yet gave me full coverage. I did wear some short sleeve and a sleeveless top but I had my Balinese sarong which acted as a scarf/shawl when I felt like I should cover up. I did see foreigners wearing tank tops, short dresses and skirts, which of course is fine, I’m not judging. But since I definitely look like a foreigner, I prefer to be a bit more incognito. I did not have any problems with being harassed and I know it is due to being properly dressed.
Here are some photos of what I wore during my trip for ideas:
Exploring the souks of Marrakech at night
In the mellah in Marrakech
At Bahia Palace in Marrakech
Let me know what you think of this Morocco Packing List in the comments!
FOR MORE HELPFUL POSTS AND LINKS
- For travel tips and other destination guides
- For a Sahara Desert Packing List
- How to see Morocco in 2 weeks without a guide
- How To Spend 48 Hours In Marrakech
- Take a cooking class in Essaouira with Khadija’s Kuzina
- How To Spend 48 Hours In Essaouira
- My Moroccan Hammam experience plus tips for the first timer
- Taking the ferry from Spain to Morocco
- Where To Stay In Morocco
- To book with Europcar, the same rental car company we used in Morocco
- Use this link to book the best deals on your accommodations with Booking.com
- Use this link to research your flights and car rental
- Get a discount off your first stay with Air Bnb by using this link
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