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Morocco - not yet married- where to stay while traveling


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco

Take a family member (woman ) with you for a chaperone and you may be able to rent an apartment  (say Agadir or Marackeh)

even apartment renters are suppose to check but in December (the off season),  most will be standing on the street jangling keys ready to rent to anyone

But be careful as you are not suppose to be alone with the Moroccan and it is jail time for the man if caught

just have other family member(s) with you to prevent any misunderstanding

Without someone else with  you ,  you are breaking Moroccan laws and some jealous person can turn you into the police

To note Moroccans are very jealous 


Hotels will not let a moroccan share a room without marriage documents


Hotels have to register your details with the local police, which means they will need to see passports or the CNI.


and if you are going for papers to marry,  also take a woman with you as in Rabat your bf can not stand in line with you at the Office of foreign minister for that paper . you will need an intrepretor 

travel for marriage is first to Casa embassy,  then get papers translated , then to Rabat and then back to home country


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco

Sexual relationships out of wedlock are considered illegal by law in Morocco: Article 490 of the Penal Code punishes all out-of-marriage sexual relationships with imprisonment from one to three months and a fine of up to 2000 dollars.May 24, 2016


the incident i saw a father complained as his daughter was pregnant and the man got a 3 year jail term


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Morocco

I have stayed in high end hotels with my partner without hiding him with no problem. You just need to call and check.


I've also not mentioned him one time as well and we were not arrested. But I wouldn't really recommend that.


You can also go on sites like airbnb and ask the hosts if it is okay, foreign hosts often do not mind.

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