In the event of an emergency, call 15 for an ambulance, and 19 for police.
As tempting as the oceans might appear, sea currents can be very strong on some parts of the Moroccan coast. Always seek advice about safe swimming and surfing areas.
The outdoor activity market is growing rapidly in Morocco, with climbing, rafting, kayaking some of the ones to watch. However, as it is still relatively new to these activities, ensure that you travel with a responsible tour operator who can guarantee that all equipment and guiding meets high international safety standards. Wear a helmet when necessary, ensure there are buoyancy aids for water activities, and donít be afraid to ask what their safety procedures and knowledge of first aid are.
Morocco has a poor road safety record, so drive carefully and donít take any unnecessary risks.
The Western Sahara region is a disputed territory with a history of conflict.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office advises against all travel to most of this region, not only because of potential conflict, but also because there are territories known for land mines. Read more on the FCO website
Con artists and tricksters, or downright thieves, are a feature of Morocco
, so be very careful whose story you are listening to.