Saturday, December 31, 2011
Be sure to drink bottled water only during your stay in Morocco, and avoid ice cubes, and if were not sure of the source. And people drink tap water, but its content of minerals can cause pain in the stomach.
Make up on routine vaccinations before departure, vaccination against tetanus and hepatitis are advised, although not mandatory. Malaria is a low risk in the northern coastal areas and the use of pesticides is not sufficient, although some people want to use anti-malarial drugs.
In addition, avoid raw fruits and vegetables that are peeled, if you want to avoid this disease can be. Sun is also a risk in Morocco, and burns are a common problem for travelers who do not sufficiently protect the skin. To spend only a brief moment in the sun, wear a hat and stay hydrated.
If you are sick during your stay, and pharmacies are available in major cities, and they can prescribe drugs without a prescription. If you have a medical problem more serious, it can spoil the hospitals in major cities. The largest in the city, and the best hospitals. Rabat and Casablanca has a very good hospitals, but the standards are not always in line with European hospitals and staff are often multilingual. Need special care, you should go to Spain.