Morocco Travel Guide

If you’ve yet to experience the beauty of Morocco, it’s time to add this destination to your wish list. Visit enchanting kasbahs, stroll through the desert or relax at a rooftop riad for an unbeatable experience. As for exploring the local culinary scene, it doesn’t get any better than feasting on aromatic tagines, couscous and spiced stews with traces of Arabic, Berber, and European influences.

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When to Visit

when to visit
  1. Peak Season

    November to April

    They say that Morocco is a year-round destination, however, it is best to avoid travelling during the middle of the year when the temperature skyrockets. Between November and April, this is when visitors are most comfortable travelling across the country and will enjoy comfortable temperatures, however, accommodation over this time will be the highest. Notable festivals and celebrations include Marrakech Biennale in February, the Almond Blossom Festival in March and Jazzablanca in April.

  2. Low Season

    May to September

    While many counties find their low season to occur over the cooler months, in Morocco, it is the opposite. As the temperature soars between June to September, accommodation prices take a dive, and visitors are few and far between. It's worth noting that Ramadan takes place between April to May, which may have an impact on the activities available to enjoy. If you are travelling over the low season, the northern parts of Morocco, including the High Atlas Peaks and the coastline are good places to be.

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