What plugs are used in Morocco?
Traveling to Morocco, you may be wondering what plugs do they use in Morocco?
Simply they use a type C or type E plug, commonly known as a 2-pin plug.
In most developed countries, the electricity voltage used in residences is 220 volts and is stable.
Do European Plugs work in Morocco?
Yes, you can definitely use European plugs in Morocco. The voltage provided is between 100V to 240V, which is the most common voltage found throughout Europe.
You can also use a simple adapter if your appliances are not having a 2-pin plug. Very simple to set up and obtain, most airports have them or you can even buy one locally whilst in Morocco.
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What kind of adapter do I need for Morocco?
I would recommend you either buy a travel adapter that has a multitude of plugs and in particular, a 2-pin plug most airports have.
I've arrived in Morocco also and bought one at the airport or if you want to save some money, buy one from the local electrical shop in the town you will be staying in or from the bigger supermarkets.
If you are staying at a hotel, most of the hotels usually provide one or will rent one to you for a daily fee.
Do Uk plugs work in Morocco?
The UK plugs also work in Morocco, all my devices are on a UK plug setup, and again using a simple adapter, I have had no issues using my devices and appliances by this method.
The electricity being provided in Morocco is very stable and I've never experienced a power surge.
How do I charge my iPhone in Morocco?
Just make sure you have an adapter that is compatible with your plug ie US iPhone adapters are different from UK iPhone adapters as they have different plugs.
You can then get a 2-pin plug adapter either from your hometown prior to travel or at the airport or when you get to Morocco as outlined.
Don't stress, there are plenty of helpful people in Morocco that will guide you to a local shop if you need an adapter, they are widely available and I've never had any issues trying to find one.
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