Morocco is safe and you can travel around with no major problem if you stick to some pieces of advice. You do not need specific clothing mainly in touristy cities such as Marrakech since laods of Tourists are visiting..other places it would be recommended to have some longer covering clothes...But Morocco is modern and you can see many ladies with short pans..
You get to walk in the main streets, and avoid going alone in the alleys of the medina or stay till late at night.
If you have another travel body, it will be good idea and people will respect you whenever you go.
If anyone asking for something ( to buy in his Shop), just refuse politely and people will leave you alone.
I did not see any threats related to a woman travelling in Morocco, but vigilance to any place you go to would be the solution to have a pleasant vacation. Enjoy your travels over 3 years ago
Although many people on forums tried to tell me differently, I had absolutely no problems travelling a single (blonde) female in my early 20s, some 10 years ago. Of course, I took precautions (common sense like not too revealing clothing or no walking around at night in unpopulated areas) but all was fine. Morocco is home to some of the nicest people you will meet! over 3 years agoAnswered by Anna via WorldNomads.com
The answer may change depending on what you wear, where you go and if you travel alone or not..
This article will help you http://www.morocco-guide.com/travel-tips/tips-for-women/ over 3 years agoAnswered by moroccan via WorldNomads.com
My spouse and I were there in Feb 2017 and we didn't have any problems in the main areas. We weren't out late. The was some cat-calling and comments made about me here and there, but not nearly as bad as some other predominantly Islamic countries I've visit. In the main shopping area was better. It started raining as we left a hammum and we were a little lost. As we were going from awning to awning a couple of younger men in a jewelry shop invited us in out of the rain. They offered tea and we had a smoke waiting for the shower to pass. They offered to show us how to wrap a turban. I'm 6 foot tall and he was maybe 5'5" so he was leaning up against me really close. As he was almost finished wrapping the turban on my head he pulled my head down and tried to kiss me as he started convulsing as he was getting off. I pushed him away from me. We stuck to the more main areas for the rest of the trip. I loved our time there and the rest of our trip was completely amazing. I would love to go back on an extended trip, but I'll be staying away from that area of the medina. almost 3 years ago