Moroccans are known for their warmth, humour, openness and sociability. Your experience will be shaped by the great tradition of hospitality during your encounters with ordinary Moroccans, in cosmopolitan cities and remote villages alike.
If you are invited to eat with a family, you will typically sit on the floor and eat from a communal plate, placed in the middle of a small table. Eat with your right hand. Utensils are not used although, as a visitor, you are likely to be offered a fork or spoon. . If you are invited to a home you should try to take a small gift such as fruit, nuts or sweet pastries.
Although Morocco is considered more relaxed than many other Muslim countries, you still need to be respectful of the culture and traditions of the local people.