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You'll struggle to find a place as fascinating as Morocco, a country as diverse and vibrant as it is vast.
Proudly independent, its culture has been developed over centuries with strong influences from European, Arab and African sources.
Whether you’re into sprawling, bustling cities like Casablanca or prefer luxuriating on a coastline that stretches from the Mediterranean to the Western Sahara, Morocco offers an unforgettable holiday experience.
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During the hottest months of July and August, daytime temperatures can easily climb upwards of 40C. If you don't like it hot, or have the comfort of young children to consider, the best time to take your holidays to Marrakech is usually between the months of November and February, when temperatures are pleasantly warm. It's always advisable to book early during this period, especially over the school holidays, as it is a popular time to go.
Top Travel Destinations in Morocco
Marrakech is the perfect combination of old and new, offering a mix of trendy bars and restaurants, peaceful retreats and breathtaking scenery. Be prepared to experience things like never before as you fully immerse yourself in the Red City, named by the locals due to the majority of buildings and walls being a red colour
What better location to enjoy a break than Agadir, Located on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean at the foot of the famous Atlas Mountains, Agadir is a modern and bustling resort offering an array of activities such as watersports and trekking alongside fantastic restaurants and marvellous beaches.Agadir has many amazing views that you'll want to look back on.
Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city and is one of many jewels adorning the crown of this captivating African nation.
Casablanca is the economic and business centre of Morocco and is home to the country’s chief port.
This colourful and vibrant city is a holidaymaker’s dream due to the wonderful climate, unspoilt beaches and prevalent historical importance. Tangier holidays are packed with ancient references and modern builds, giving a unique identity to the city in Morocco.
When to go
One of the characteristics of the Moroccan climate is the distinct differences between day and night, summer and winter.
Only the Atlantic coast offers moderate temperatures. The irregular, but often heavy, rainfall on higher land during autumn and spring, together with the hot, dry weather starting in May, sometimes suffocating due to the east wind, all provide a mixture of cold and heat, rain and sun.
It is therefore for you to choose the best time to visit Morocco according to the area you wish to visit and the activities you wish to pursue; trekking in the desert in February, beaches at Essaouira in July, visiting the Imperial towns in April….
What to Do
A sultry blend of ancient cities, sweeping sand dunes and craggy mountains edged by fertile valleys, Morocco is one of North Africa’s most rewarding destinations. Activities here range from bartering in medieval souks for spices and textiles to tackling challenging walking trails in near-deserted mountains. Step back in time as you meander through the labyrinthine medina in Fez, watch snake charmers, storytellers and acrobats in Marrakesh' s Djemaa El Fna or spend the night amongst the Erg Chebbi sand dunes at a Saharan desert camp. Other things to do include a trip to the High Atlas Mountains, the dramatic Todra Gorge, or Ait Ben Haddou, one of Morocco’s most recognisable kasbahs.
Good To Know
Time difference: GMT +1 hours
Currency: The currency used is the Moroccan Dirham
Flying time to destination: Approximately 5 hours.
Language: The official languages spoken in Morocco are Arabic and Berber, although many Moroccans also speak French