While Morocco is not a dry country, it is sometimes not as easily available, but if you ask your hotel staff, they will know where to direct you.
There even wineries and breweries in Morocco, as well.
Alcohol can be found at many restaurants in Morocco. However, it is pricey, and not served at all hotels, so if you enjoy your wine, be sure to visit a supermarket and purchase some as soon as you arrive, especially if you’ll be visiting during Ramadan.
If you’re going on a desert tour, double-check that you will be allowed to bring your own with you to drink at the camp. Some camps will sell alcohol, but not all. Morocco has many ex-pats and visitors from France, so they demand high-quality wine. You will find alcohol in bars, clubs, and some restaurants, but also for sale in grocery stores like Carrefour.
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This article was written by April Hope.
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