Morocco is one of the most fascinating places in North Africa, providing an incredible mix of ancient cities, magnificent sand dunes and the Atlas Mountains surrounded by lush valleys.
Travellers to Morocco often describe it as “the gateway to Africa,” and for good reason. It’s a culturally distinct way to experience north African culture on a budget.
From magnificent beaches, desolate landscapes and the beautiful Sahara Desert. The people are friendly, the food is incredible, and there’s a lot to see and do—no wonder this country is on the bucket list of many travellers.
Journey through Casablanca to see the famous Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest in the world. Drive through the Atlas Mountains and explore the historic kasbah of Ait Benhaddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Sahara and home to many series and movies such as Game of Thrones and the Gladiator on our Essentials itinerary. If you love history, tour to see Fes, the world’s oldest medieval city and stroll through the blue city cobble streets of Chefchaouen on the Explorer itinerary. To see the palaces, mosques and souks of Marrakech, the enticing beaches of Essaouira, the breathtaking gorges of Todra, and the UNESCO-listed Roman remains of Volubilis, consider our Adventurer itinerary.
Morocco is a diverse nation that offers something for all types of tourists, making it an excellent destination year-round. Still, spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the most popular months to visit Morocco due to the pleasant weather.
January and February are the coldest and most rainy months, with fewer visitors and lower prices, making it an excellent time to visit. For serene and relaxing tours, the cooler winter months (November to February) are a perfect time to visit the Sahara Desert or trek the Atlas Mountains.
Expect large crowds and increased prices during the spring, when many European visitors go to Morocco to warm up during the long weekend.
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