Casablanca is the largest city of Morocco, the economic and cultural centre in Africa. The city has very beautiful science, a busy market and delicious food. French is widely common used in daily life and business. The cost of living in Casablanca is relatively low compared to the western living standard.
Expats can enjoy Moroccan cuisine in Casablanca, a mix of Mediterranean and Arabic cuisine, with extensively spices. Beef is commonly used in main dishes. Lamb and chicken are also heavily consumed.
Casablanca is a shopper’s paradise. Several large shopping malls contain fashion boutiques, women’s clothes, arts and leather products.
Healthcare in Casablanca is not compulsory for every citizen. The cost of medical care is expensive in Casablanca. Private clinics are available for expats. International health insurance is highly recommended to expats moving to Casablanca.
4. Insurance for Expatriates in Casablanca
Most expatriates will want to obtain international medical coverage if residing in Casablanca. Medical evacuation is recommended along with a plan that provided global medical treatment. A plan that will provide reimbursement for medical expenses via a large network of hospitals is recommended. Many expats should also obtain global life and disability insurance coverage.
Here is a list of different types of insurance coverage you will want if you are planning to become an expatriate in Casablanca:
- International Health Insurance
- Expat Life and Disability Insurance
- Travel Insurance
- Evacuation Coverage
- Group Expat Insurance Plans