LA MAISON DU CHEVAL by Equidor SARL
ORGANISATRICE DE SEJOURS EQUESTRES - ESSAOUIRA - MAROC/MOROCCO
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USEFUL INFORMATIONS

To help you better prepare for your visit, you will find here the useful informations.
In case of questions, contact us and we will help you with pleasure :-)

If you have food special's rules, we adapt to you.

We ask for the young persons less 18 years old to wear a helmet.
For the adults, we advice to wear it but we leave you the choice.


Personal effects to keep with you:

 

(according to the number of days, the period of the year and according to you)
 

  • Big bag or suitcase

  • Sleeping bag (for the horse treks since 3 days)

  • Bath linen

  • Riding pants or leggings (no Jeans or shorts)

  • T-shirt

  • Big shirts (evenings can be cool)

  • Trouser for the night in the bivouac or a long and comfortable clothe for you

  • Rain's Jackets (depend the season)

  • Swimsuit(s)

  • Personal helmet (we have it too)

  • Pair of chaps (we have it too)

  • Hat or cap

  • Foulard / scarf

  • Sunglasses

  • Boots or walking shoes (no large shoes or trainers)

  • Closed and comfortable shoes for the bivouac

  • Suncream

  • Personal medicines (we have basic medicines with us)

  • Soap + shampoo

  • Personal effects

  • Isothermal gourde if necessary (we have water's bottles)

  • Flashlight with batteries

  • Toilet's paper + lighter


Donations to child-families

During your horse treks, you will have the luck to visit the schools and to meet the moroccan people of the berber villages.

If you wish, you can to take with you some gifts:
- Candy (don't take chocolate with the sun :-D)
- Pens
- Little notebooks

It's always a pleasure and they often need it!


Health/ Passeport / Good to know 

  • You don't need any vaccins for the Morocco

  • The moroccan authorities ask a passeport with a validity of 6 months and more

  • During your moroccan travel, a lot of prices are negotiables. The sellers like bargaining so play with them and enjoy it!
    • If the seller doesn't want to put down the price so it is the last price.
  • The money in Morocco is the Dirahm (1€ = ~11 dhs)
  • It is always a pleasure to give some tip (5 or 10 dhs for an advice or help, 20 dhs for a cart, ~10% of the addition in the restaurant, 1-2 dhs for a coffee but only you decide)

  • Then if your horse ride was good, the driver, the cook and the guide will appreciate a tip. They will know they made a good job!

We base ourselves on our experience but we advice to you to check with your authorities. In fact, the rules can be changed depending to the countries.
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