When coming to Morocco, or any muslim country for that matter, it's so important to consider dress etiquette. Moroccans are very modest people, men and women alike, particularly when in public cover their bodies. As a sign of respect whilst travelling in Morocco it's advisable to cover your shoulders, cleavage and knees. Wearing a simple cotton shawl will suffice for shoulders and mid calf or ankle length loose trousers or skirts are a good idea. Close fitting lycra is considered an undergarment here in Morocco…so best leave the gym gear at home! You will be treated with a lot more respect and will save yourself any unwanted attention from any dodgy characters! Too often I see tourists wearing very little clothing in Morocco, much to the shock of the locals…they find it offensive and embarrassing. And whilst on the subject of etiquette…public display of affection, kissing and petting are an absolute NO NO. For Moroccans, intimacy is expressed privately, behind closed doors. Moroccans are good humoured, kind and generous people, big on welcoming you…please respect and honour their culture in return. Have loads of fun and enjoy your adventure, but beware, Moroccans have a saying "Morocco gets under your skin!".