Best Time to Visit Morocco
The best time to visit Morocco is generally during autumn (September to November) or early spring (March to April). This is when the weather is pleasant, not too hot or too cold. But Morocco has something special to offer year-round.
Summer in Morocco can be very hot and sticky, but there are cool breezes along the coast and pleasant evenings. Winter can be chilly, especially in the mountains, with freezing temperatures, but it’s the perfect time to explore the Sahara Desert or go trekking in the snowy mountains of Mount Toubkal. When planning your trip to Morocco, always keep in mind the best time to visit Morocco, which is either autumn or early spring. This way, you can make the most of your adventure.
Below, you’ll find a list of our pre-designed Private Morocco tours whenever is the best time to visit morocco for you starting from all around Morocco. However, if you don’t find a tour that suits your preferences, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We are more than happy to customize the itinerary to perfectly fit your requirements.
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Most frequent questions and answers
Morocco is a very safe destination compared to countless worldwide destinations. Tourism plays a major role in the Moroccan economy to the extent that His Majesty King Mohammed VI described as one of the top priorities in the economy.
Morocco strictly controls vehicles and drivers and both cars and drivers have to be registered to drive tourists. Cars have an annual registration and vehicles over 10 years old are not permitted to carry tourists. In addition, car and driver insurance is regularly checked at roadblocks and there is a fine for anyone whose papers are not in order. Our vehicles are less then 5 years old and our drivers have been working in the tourism industry for many years.
Moroccan Arabic is widely spoken in Morocco along with Tamazight, the French, which is spoken in big cities and many administrations. French is also the language of education in many schools and institutions. Spanish is widely spoken in the north of Morocco because of its proximity to Spain as well as this part of Morocco was a Spanish protectorate from 1912 to 1956.
Generally, Moroccans are mostly multilingual and you will easily notice how they keep switching from one language to another.
We take a close attention to the hotels/Riad/Kasbahs & desert camps we partner with. We regularly make visits to make sure that their services are the level before recommending them to our customers.
To book your luxury Morocco tours with Eye of Morocco, it is easy and convenient. You are welcome to navigate around our website by taking a look at the featured tours and day trips. If you come across what you are looking, you just fill in the booking form you will see on the right hand side for desktops and underneath of you are using a mobile version.
If you aim to customize your Morocco tour, you just contact us and we will design any tour according to your special travel requirements.
water bottles *
ziplock baggies *
toilet paper * (buy it in Morocco)
needle and thread / safety pins
camera, batteries, memory cards, film — bring lots!
sealable bag for your digital camera* (essential!! for sand/dust)