Bring a good alarm clock. Be open-minded, especially if you are a woman, because the men in Tetouan are very vocal about catcalling on the street, however, this is part of the cultural experience and should be taken in stride.
Ju Li Khing, Brown University , Summer 2010
Depending on their class schedules, students should bear in mind that not all the local shops will be open when they get out of class. So buying toiletries and other such necessities could take longer than they might expect. Girls should be advised of the Moroccan standard of modest attire, if they want to avoid unwanted attention. They should be advised to pack loose-fitting, long shirts (approximately knee length), scarves, and long trousers. They should pack enough clothing so that they don't have to frequently wash their clothes, if they want to use their time for things, like mingling with their host families or exploring the city.
Laura Randall , Liberty University , Summer 2010
I loved it and I would do it again, and again, and again, and through BCA!
Maria Munoz, University of Florida, Summer 2010
The weather changes suddenly. The staff are really nice, but most of them are not fluent in English,so brush up on French, Spanish, and Arabic before going.
Elizabeth Graff, Cedarville University , Summer 2011