Morocco Packing List // Brittany from Boston

Morocco Packing List

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Having told you already about all the cool things there are to do in Morocco, like in Marrakech and Fez and Chefchaouen and the Sahara Desert, as well as the potential hazards that await female visitors, I think what you need next is a Morocco Packing List. With these items in hand you’ll be totally ready and prepared for your Moroccan adventures! Here’s what you should pack, ladies.

In the desert heat of Morocco, you need light and loose clothes so you don’t overheat. But you also need to be pretty well covered up to avoid unwanted attention and respect the cultural and religious standards. You should bring a cross-body bag to carry your belongings when you’re out and about, so that you keep your things safe from the hands of petty thieves. And you’ll find it very handy to bring a scarf or two on the trip, to cover your head either out of religious respect or fear of desert sand storms. Here’s your Morocco packing list:

– Loose linen shirts

– Loose linen pants

– Printed parachute pants

– Comfortable sandals

– Cross body bag

– Toiletries


– Head scarves

– Sunglasses

– Morocco travel guide

– Morocco-based novel

With everything from this Morocco Packing List, you’ll be good to go! Morocco is a beautiful place, I hope you have a great time there!


Morocco Packing List // Brittany from Boston

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5 thoughts on “Morocco Packing List

  1. Okay all of your posts are giving me serious Wanderlust! My boyfriend and I have been wanting to visit Morocco, so I’m definitely coming back here when we finally do book our trip! xx

  2. I think I want to go visit Morocco now just so that I can get those beautiful pom pom sandals! The bright colors and tribal prints are so lovely.

    Thanks for sharing this list!

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