If everyone with any information on going to Morocco could post in this thread it maybe useful to others, so please contribute and keep it a work in progress. Morocco is a fantastic place with the most friendly helpful people I have ever met. There is little point in repeating anything that is in Tim Cullis's fantastic Morocco Knowledgebase so here is your starting point. Garmin Mapsource is available for free, combined with Olaf's Map makes a good planning tool. When you have learned Mapsource everything else fall's into place, you can share routes, tracklogs and points of interest. Mapsource learning Mapsource For Dummies: Part One - Files & Waypoint Mapsource Software & Maps - Questions and Tips Mapsource For Dummies: Transferring Maps to your GPS Declaration of temporary importation form can be filled in before you go, see Here Campsites for all over the world including Morocco can be downloaded from Here Here are my photos from last year, anything with a title has a waypoint of our overnight camping spots, you can copy and paste into Google Maps if you want to zoom in. My Favorite bit was the pictures camped in the Desert (Erg Chebbi) and the pictures after than until the picture of my Blue LC next to a Palm Tree in a campsite in Zagora The best night was at "Saids" (N30 45.780 W5 33.108) place, the pictures around where the Landrover was fixed, great food and the owner "Said" really really looked after us, we slept in our trucks and when we got up they even served us breakfast, total cost for camping, dinner and breakfast was something like 110DH each (less than a tenner) Oh last bit of info. if you go to Fez, the campsite "Camping International" is not very nice, (I'm being polite) and expensive. If anyone requires more details on a topic please ask.