Comfortable, casual clothing is fine for all of our activities. If you’ll be on your feet for cooking classes or walking around a market for a tour, closed-toe shoes are best for comfort and protection.
We always suggest that visitors keep in mind that cultural and religious norms in Morocco tend to be conservative and this is reflected in modest standards of dress. Feel free to wear seasonally appropriate clothing, but to avoid unwanted attention we recommend that you not wear tank tops, low-cut or cropped tops, or shorts above the knee. In cooler months, dressing in layers is helpful as indoor/outdoor temperatures can vary greatly.