Dating and marriage customs of morocco
Morocco is a Muslim country which follows Islamic laws and customs.Be aware of your actions to ensure they don’t offend, especially during the holy month of Ramadan or if you intend to visit religious areas.Avoid taking any photographs near sensitive political or military sites.You’ll need permission from the authorities to fly a drone.
It’s not uncommon for hotels to ask couples to show evidence of marriage at the time of check-in, and if such evidence is not available, to insist on separate rooms. Be sensitive to local laws and customs and avoid public displays of affection. Women, especially when travelling alone, may attract unwanted attention. Alcohol is served in licensed hotels, bars and in tourist areas.
Shilha (also known locally as Soussia) is spoken in southwest Morocco, in an area between Sidi Ifni in the south, Agadir in the north, and Marrakesh and the Draa/Sous valleys in the east.
Central Atlas Tamazight is spoken in the Middle Atlas, between Taza, Khemisset, Azilal, and Errachidia.
Linguistically, Amazigh belongs to the Afro-Asiatic group, and has many variants.
The three main varieties used in Morocco are Shilha, Central Atlas Tamazight, and Riff (also called Tamazight by its speakers).
You should respect local traditions, customs, laws and religions at all times.