Morocco Travel Tours Agency

WOW MOROCCO is a full-service travel agency dedicated to providing travelers visiting Morocco with unforgettable experiences and personalized itineraries Our experienced team of travel experts love staying in Morocco showcasing beauty, culture and history to visitors from all over the world.

We work closely with each client to tailor an itinerary that suits their preferences, interests and budget. Whether you enjoy exploring bustling cities, touring ancient medinas or the serene Sahara Desert, we can design the perfect itinerary for you.

We have a wide range of accommodation options in Morocco, including luxury hotels, traditional riads, exciting wilderness camps and based on your specific preferences and budget considerations we have the knowledge to help you find the ideal accommodation for your stay.

We arrange all transportation during your trip, including airport transfers, private drivers and domestic flights. Our drivers are highly knowledgeable and knowledgeable, ensuring a safe and secure journey throughout your time in Morocco.

We offer a variety of guided tours led by experienced local guides who are passionate about sharing their country’s history and culture. From city tours to wilderness adventures, our guides will ensure that you have a nurturing and enlightening experience.



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Experience a blend of remarkable highlights and undiscovered treasures, ensuring a deep sense of exploration during our tours.

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Selected for their profound understanding of the location and a dedication to elevate your journey into something extraordinary.

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Distinguishing ourselves through our adaptable booking arrangements, loyalty program, and eco-conscious practices.



Explore custom-crafted tours in Morocco, departing from Marrakech, Casablanca, Tangier, Agadir, and Fes.

Experience a 14-day journey through the rich tapestry of Morocco, blending cultural immersion, historical discovery, thrilling adventures, and soothing rejuvenation. Dive into the allure of imperial cities like Rabat, Meknes, Fes, and Casablanca. Delve into the desert's mystique, unearthing hidden gems along kasbahs, ancient caravan routes, and the mesmerizing Saharan dunes. Traverse the majestic High Atlas mountains, wandering amid quaint villages and sharing moments with welcoming locals. Conclude your odyssey with serene moments in Essaouira before tracing the scenic coastal path back to Casablanca.
Explore an enriching 11-day expedition across Morocco, starting from the vibrant blue alleys of Chefchoauen to the fiery red sands of the Sahara. Commence your adventure in Casablanca, boasting the majestic minaret, before immersing yourself in the historical allure of Fez, renowned for its captivating square and traditional tanneries. Experience the enchantment of camping beneath the twinkling desert skies of Erg Chebbi Dunes and indulge in the vibrant atmosphere of Marrakesh.
Embark on a comprehensive 13-day journey through Morocco, starting from Casablanca and proceeding to Rabat. Next, delve into the charming "Blue City" of Chefchaouen, followed by an exploration of the ancient city of Fes. Prepare for a thrilling Sahara desert escapade spanning four days, leading you through secluded villages and lush oases. Subsequently, make your way to the vibrant city of Marrakech. Conclude your adventure with a guided exploration of the coastal gem, Essaouira, before returning to Casablanca.
Discover an extensive 8-day journey that immerses you in the wonders of Morocco with elegance. Commencing from Casablanca, you will navigate through historic cities, barren deserts, and lofty mountain trails, unveiling numerous cultural landmarks and secret marvels along the route. Wander through the enchanting azure lanes of Chefchaeoun, enjoy a lavish evening in a desert camp surrounded by sand dunes, and delve into the lively tastes of Marrakech through a culinary adventure.
Take a thrilling journey through Morocco, this carefully crafted seven-day schedule unfolds the magnificent tapestry of the country's historical Imperial cities. From the coastal gem of Tangier to the vibrant streets of Marrakesh, you'll traverse through Meknes, Fes, Rabat, and beyond, immersing yourself in the rich cultural heritage and enthralling history along the way. Indulge in Morocco's stunning architecture, intricate craftsmanship, delectable cuisine, and vibrant markets, promising an unforgettable experience that will captivate your senses.
Immersing yourself in the vibrant city life of Marrakesh, venturing into the serene High Atlas mountains, and delving into the vast Agafay desert, this 5-day expedition in Morocco seamlessly blends urban excitement with natural tranquility. Begin your escapade with a culinary exploration, a rejuvenating hammam spa session, and a guided city tour in Marrakesh. Then, transition to the awe-inspiring Atlas mountains to discover Berber villages, traverse peaceful valleys, and savor a traditional lunch with a local family. Conquer the rugged terrain of the Agafay desert on camelback and ATVs, culminating in a mesmerizing night under the twinkling desert sky.
Explore the vibrant cities, bustling markets, and lush gardens of northern Morocco with this week-long travel plan. Begin by strolling through the charming port town of Tangier and meandering along the azure alleys of Chefchaouen. Continue your journey to Fes, the cultural heartbeat of Morocco, where you can delve into the ancient medina's mysteries. Next, soak in the beauty of Rabat's iconic white buildings before making your way to Marrakech. Wrap up your adventure with a brief visit to Casablanca, immersing yourself in its lively atmosphere before concluding your trip.
This captivating 10-day holiday designed to captivate your family with the vibrant essence of Morocco. Delight in a seamless blend of sights, sounds, aromas, and flavors carefully tailored to entertain both you and your children. With a dedicated guide leading the way from Marrakesh to Casablanca, you will traverse the breathtaking deserts of Morocco, engage in local culinary experiences, meander through bustling souks, and wander the enchanting medinas. Experience the thrill of a sunrise hot air balloon ride, conquer the sandy dunes with a surfing adventure, and create unforgettable memories that will linger for years to come!
Dive into a 15-day journey delving into Morocco's rich history and distinctive Jewish legacy. Immerse yourself in the past with visits to Casablanca's Museum of Moroccan Judaism and Essaouira's Bayt Dakira cultural center, exclusive Jewish heritage sites in the Arab realms. Traverse Morocco's historical tapestry by strolling through ancient medinas in Fes and Marrakech, exploring the remarkably intact Roman ruins at Volubilis, and venturing to the historically Jewish enclave of Sefrou.
Discover a captivating 10-day journey through six vibrant cities in Spain and Morocco celebrated for their rich cultural heritage. Start your adventure in Madrid, strolling through art galleries and savoring delectable tapas before heading to Seville to marvel at its UNESCO World Heritage sites and experience an electrifying flamenco performance. Embark on two captivating day excursions—one to an enchanting olive oil estate and another to the historic city of Córdoba—before crossing the strait to Tangier, Morocco. Wander through the enchanting blue-hued lanes of Chefchaouen and immerse yourself in the bustling medina of Fes to conclude this remarkable expedition.
Adventure into a 10-day journey through Morocco's Imperial Cities, mountains, and desert, commencing in Casablanca and concluding in Marrakesh. Delve into the enchanting medinas of Fes and Marrakesh, discover the contemporary vibes of Casablanca and Rabat, and traverse ancient caravan paths in the desert. Enjoy a day of trekking in the foothills of the High Atlas mountains before wrapping up your adventure in Marrakesh.
Explore a captivating 9-day trip, spanning from the majestic Marrakesh to the enchanting Erg Chebbi sand dunes near Merzouga. Traverse the rugged High Atlas mountains, exploring an Argan Oil Cooperative and sharing a meal with a Berber family nestled in the foothills of the Dadès Valley. Experience a camel ride to your desert encampment in Erg Chebbi, immerse yourself in the fragrant roses of Kelâat M'Gouna, revel in traditional music at the Gnawa house in Khamleya, explore iconic movie sets and filming locations in Ouarzazate, and wander through vibrant souks, opulent palaces, and lush gardens in Marrakesh.
Enjoy an unforgettable Moroccan honeymoon designed to be lavish, luxurious, and utterly indulgent. This meticulously crafted 10-day deluxe itinerary promises to exceed your expectations. Begin your romantic escapade in Tangier, meander through enchanting locales like the captivating blue city of Chefchaouen, and explore the historical wonders of Meknes and Fes before concluding your journey in Rabat. Throughout your trip, relish the opulence of opulent 5-star accommodations, savor private dining experiences, and partake in unique activities tailored exclusively for you and your beloved.
Enjoy a seven-day adventure delving into Marrakech and the nearby Atlas Mountains. The journey unfolds with a four-day exploration of intricate palaces, meandering medina pathways, and the lively Jemaa El-Fna marketplace. Venture deeper into the High Atlas Mountains to discover historic Berber settlements, savor the fresh mountain breeze, and unwind at the lavish Kasbah Tamadot.
Unveil the splendor of Morocco through an exhilarating five-day schedule. Commence and conclude your journey in Marrakesh, immersing yourself in the majestic High Atlas mountains and the vast sand dunes of the Sahara. Experience the charm of medieval medinas and bustling souks, admire grand palaces and mosques, and venture into ancient kasbahs and desert settlements.
Explore the essence of Morocco on a condensed tour designed for time-strapped travelers seeking to uncover the country's hidden treasures. Discover Marrakesh with a guided exploration of its vibrant Jamaa El Fna Square at twilight, followed by a memorable camel ride amidst the breathtaking sand dunes of the Agafay Desert, where a night under the stars in a customary tent awaits. On the journey towards Casablanca, pause at an argan oil cooperative, relish in fresh and succulent seafood by the coast, and wander through the picturesque Essaouira, all while maintaining a leisurely pace.


Holiday Types at Glance

Comprehensive Experience: Enjoy everything from accommodations to activities, drinks, and entertainment in all-inclusive packages.

Family-Oriented: Tailored for a vacation that caters to both kids and adults, ensuring a memorable experience for the whole family.

Exclusively for Adults: Indulge in resorts and destinations that are exclusively for adults aged 18 and above.

Special Honeymoon Packages: Instead of rushing to plan your wedding, consider reaching out to WowMorocco for a customized honeymoon package.

Spontaneous Escapes: Whether you’re looking to get away tonight or the next day, WowMorocco is here to assist you in planning a last-minute trip.

Golf & Wellness Retreats: Tee-off or pamper yourself with luxurious spa treatments at our golf and spa resorts.

Lavish and Exclusive: Experience opulence at its best with luxurious accommodations, exquisite dining options, and personalized service.

Cruise Adventures: Set sail to popular destinations with our cruise vacation packages.




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What is Morocco’s weather like?

Morocco offers a delightful climate throughout the year. From January to April, early winter and spring greet you with sunny and warm days, while the evenings are cooler. The summer months of May to August are characterized by hot and dry weather, with peak temperatures in July and August, followed by a gradual cool down until September. October and November bring pleasant, cooler temperatures. Rainfall is scarce in Morocco all year long.

Morocco boasts a pleasant climate year-round. The period from January to April brings a blend of early winter and spring, offering sunny and warm days with cooler nights. Summer, spanning from May to August, is hot and dry, peaking in July and August then gradually cooling down by September. October and November offer enjoyable cooler temperatures. Rainfall remains scarce in Morocco throughout the year. Planning your next vacation to Morocco? Check out this list of 18 top tourist destinations for an unforgettable sightseeing experience!

Meknes – The Ninth Century Medina

Despite its ancient origins and architectural style, Meknes secures a spot on the list of top destinations to explore in Morocco with your family. Situated in the northern region of Morocco, Meknes boasts a medina dating back to the 9th century. Once a former capital of the country, this city is revered as one of the most picturesque in all of Morocco.

While it may not exude the same level of glamour as some other Moroccan cities, Meknes offers a rich historical tapestry with its royal palace and various significant sites that offer insights into the country’s vibrant culture. Make sure to explore its charming attractions that have captivated countless tourists seeking an authentic Arabian adventure.

Asilah – Sandy Beaches And Prolonged City Walls

Nestled on the North Atlantic coast of Morocco, charming Asilah is renowned among both tourists and locals as a sought-after summer destination. In addition to its sandy beaches, the vibrant city walls adorned with colorful murals distinguish Asilah as a must-visit locale in Morocco. This highlights why embarking on a honeymoon journey to Morocco should definitely be on your travel agenda! If you find yourself in Asilah in August, be sure to partake in the lively annual Arts Festival, a favorite among young visitors to the city at this time of year!

High Atlas – Paradise For Trekkers

High Atlas, the tallest mountain range in North Africa, is famously referred to as the “mountain of mountains.” Trekkers find this place a haven, especially during the period from spring to autumn. Spanning around 1000 km diagonally across Morocco, its jagged Jurassic peaks serve as a natural barrier to weather elements. If you’re contemplating a 5-day itinerary for Morocco, including this destination is essential.

Among the top attractions in Morocco, High Atlas stands out for its breathtaking beauty that is bound to leave you in awe. Prepare your hiking gear and embark on an unforgettable adventure!

Essaouira – For GOT Lovers!

Essaouira stands out as one of the prime tourist attractions in Morocco, offering a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of urban life. Its allure goes beyond just being a sanctuary from the scorching heat; it’s also renowned as the filming location for season three of Game of Thrones! Adding to its charm is its history as a favored beach destination for iconic figures like Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley back in the 1960s. Who knows, you might even stumble upon a celebrity during your trip to Essaouira! And if not, make sure not to miss out on the vibrant Gnaoua beach festival, known as one of the most lively beach celebrations globally.

Chefchaouen – Painted Ambiance

Nestled in the picturesque Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen, famously called the blue city, stands out as a quaint town amidst vast surroundings. Renowned among the cities of Morocco for solo adventurers, it boasts iconic blue and white painted buildings. The locals’ warm hospitality adds to the charm, making it a must-visit destination in Morocco. Make sure to explore the serene and secluded Ras El Maa, a hidden gem that promises a unique and captivating experience in Morocco.

Sahara Desert – Glance Sunset Over Dunes

When in Morocco, a visit to the desert is essential. Witnessing the stunning sunset over the dunes and marveling at the brightly lit sky filled with stars make the desert experience truly mesmerizing and memorable. Among the top destinations to explore in Morocco in December, setting aside a few days for a Sahara Desert adventure is a definite must for an added thrill to your journey.

Rabat – Stunning Capital City

Rabat, the capital of the country, is a prominent attraction in Morocco located along the coast. Its popularity is attributed to the favorable climate throughout the year and the serene beaches that grace the region. Offering unique and delightful experiences, Rabat stands out as one of the prime destinations to visit in Morocco!

The city boasts a modern section featuring broad boulevards and charming outdoor cafes, alongside the historic old town or medina enclosed within fortified walls. With its diverse offerings catering to visitors of various backgrounds and ages, Rabat is a must-visit destination that should definitely be included in your travel plans!

Casablanca – Modernity Yet Cultured

Casablanca may not exude the same atmospheric charm as other cities, yet it stands out as a prime destination in Morocco, epitomizing modernity. The city’s striking Moorish architecture, seamlessly blending French colonial influences with traditional Moroccan aesthetics, is a sight to behold. With its exceptional cuisine and awe-inspiring architecture, Casablanca undoubtedly ranks among the top travel destinations in Morocco.

Ouarzazate – Arid Desert Sights

In case you’ve ever admired the dry desert backdrops in Hollywood films, it might intrigue you to discover that certain iconic dessert scenes could have transited through Morocco during their production. Morocco has hosted Hollywood filmmakers since the 1960s, with Ouarzazate standing out as a focal point. For photography enthusiasts, this location undoubtedly ranks among the top destinations in Morocco!

Now you understand why this city is among the premier spots to explore in Morocco! With its captivating Arabian allure that magnetizes travelers globally, Ouarzazate guarantees enchanting settings for your photographic endeavors.

Marrakech – Bustling City With A Large Medina

Situated to the north of the Atlas Mountains’ foothills, Marrakech stands out as a vibrant city boasting a large medina, making it a must-visit destination in Morocco. With attractions like the lively Djemma El-Fna square, the majestic El Badi Palace, and the bustling souks, visitors are in for a treat with plenty to explore and experience. Shopping enthusiasts will find Marrakech to be a paradise, offering a plethora of choices. November is an ideal time to visit Marrakech, as the weather is mild and pleasant, enhancing the overall travel experience. Known for its safety, Marrakech ranks among the safest cities in Morocco, second only to Agadir, making it a top choice for travelers seeking memorable adventures in this enchanting country.

Tinghir – Morocco’s Crown Jewel

Located amidst the majestic High Atlas Mountains and the stunning Sahara Desert, Tinghir stands out as a gem of Morocco, perfectly positioned at the heart of the Todra Valley. It is undeniably a must-visit destination for couples seeking unparalleled beauty. Setting itself apart from other locales in the country, Tinghir boasts a rich history as a former French town that has now blossomed into a vibrant city, captivating visitors with its exquisite flower gardens, grand Kasbahs, and charming labyrinthine streets.

Renowned as one of the prime attractions in Morocco, Tinghir also holds a special place in the hearts of hiking enthusiasts, offering breathtaking panoramic vistas of the city and its environs from the heights of the 18th-century Glaoui Palace ruins perched at a commanding altitude.

Agadir – Thriving Seaside Resort Town

Following much destruction caused by an earthquake in 1960, Agadir, with several of its heritage sites lost, has successfully emerged from the ruins. Now transformed into a vibrant coastal resort town boasting a picturesque waterfront and a relaxed atmosphere in every corner, it rightfully earns the title of the finest destination in Morocco for couples. Undoubtedly, it stands among the premier locations to explore in Morocco.

Embracing its history of resilience, this lively port city has evolved into a must-visit spot in Morocco. Whether it’s leisurely walks through its charming streets, sunbathing on its sandy shores, or indulging in delectable Moroccan cuisine at the numerous food stalls, Agadir offers a plethora of activities for visitors to enjoy during their Moroccan getaway.

Fez – The Old Maghreb City

Nestled within the captivating landscapes of the Middle Eastern deserts lies Fez, a mesmerizing Moroccan gem that exudes the essence of a 1,200-year-old Maghreb city. A perfect destination for couples seeking an enchanting getaway, Fez beckons with Fès el-Bali, the ancient core of the city boasting a mysterious maze of alleys and stairs bordered by vibrant tanneries and quaint dwellings.

Moreover, Fez allures visitors with the grand boulevards of Ville Nouvelle, a testament to French influence where opulent hotels, palm-fringed avenues, and chic Parisian-style streets offer a delightful contrast to the historic charm of the city.

Oudaias Kasbah – Nation’s Most Picturesque Region

Situated in Morocco are numerous Kasbahs nestled within beautiful old town districts. Among these, the Oudaias Kasbah neighborhood in Rabat stands out as one of the most captivating and must-visit destinations in the country.

Renowned as the most picturesque area in Morocco, Oudaias Kasbah exudes a serene and charming atmosphere that attracts large crowds, making it a top point of interest in the heart of the bustling city. Enclosed within the ancient fortress walls are striking white and blue houses adorned with vibrant flower pots lining the pristine lanes on either side.

Tangier – European-Looking Moroccan City

Tangier stands out as one of the most enchanting tourist destinations in Morocco, distinguished among the European-influenced cities in the country. This captivating city has left a significant mark on Morocco’s literary legacy, particularly shaping the nation in the 20th century. The rich history and cultural tapestry of Tangier serve as a magnet for tourists globally, drawing them to explore its allure. Inspiring renowned literary works such as Paul Bowles’ The Sheltering Sky and William Burroughs’ Naked Lunch, Tangier encapsulates a blend of historical charm and contemporary vibrancy. Amidst its famed attractions, visitors can also unwind in the lingering bohemian cafes and trendy bars scattered throughout the city.

Dades Valley – Panoramic Sights

One of the top destinations to explore during your upcoming trip to Morocco is the Dades Valley. Situated between the Jebel Sarhro and High Atlas mountain ranges, this valley attracts numerous travelers seeking breathtaking views of the area. Make sure to include a visit to Todra Gorge for an unforgettable experience. It truly stands out as one of the premier spots to explore in Morocco.

Aït Ben Haddou – Ancient Ruins

Ksar Aït Ben Haddou stands as a captivating ancient village, boasting houses perched on a hillside. The charm of this location is unparalleled, ranking it among the most picturesque spots one can behold. While much of the village now lies abandoned, it remains a treasure trove for curious tourists to discover. Known for its starring role as the backdrop of the Hollywood hit ‘Gladiator’, this place exudes a sense of nostalgia for bygone eras.

To fully appreciate the allure of Ksar Aït Ben Haddou, it is advisable to enlist the services of a knowledgeable guide. Delve deep into the village to catch a glimpse of the famous ‘cafe view’, as guides often possess connections with the locals and property owners, facilitating smoother access for your exploration.

Rose Valley – Fragrance All Around

Rose Valley in Morocco is a hidden gem that entices travelers seeking unique experiences, especially in the month of July. Characterized by its breathtaking scenery boasting various shades of green, crystal-clear blue waters, the majestic Atlas Mountains, and extensive groves of olive and fig trees, Rose Valley is a true feast for the eyes. This destination, aptly named after the expansive pink rose gardens adorning the Moroccan landscape, is a paradise for thrill-seekers and nature enthusiasts alike.

The enchanting aroma of roses, picturesque pink panoramas that grace the valley during the ideal month, and the presence of traditional oil factories all come together to create an unforgettable experience for visitors exploring this idyllic locale in May. It’s easy to lose track of time immersing oneself in the unparalleled beauty that Rose Valley has to offer.

Fez Tanneries

If you have yet to visit a leather market, this is a must-see for you! The Old Medina region in the city of Fez is renowned for its leather goods, with the primary production taking place in this area. To witness the fascinating process of skin drying and dye preparation in vats, head to the galleries overlooking the Chaouwara Tannery courtyard. While there may be a distinct odor in the air from the use of quicklime and pigeon droppings in the process, the genuineness of these leather products is unquestionable here!

Cooking Class

Embarking on a journey to Morocco for the first time can be an exciting yet daunting experience, especially when it comes to savoring the rich and flavorful cuisine. To make the most of this gastronomic adventure, consider joining a cooking class or two to immerse yourself in the unique culinary techniques of Moroccan cuisine. Picture yourself exploring vibrant markets with expert instructors, handpicking fresh ingredients that will not only enhance your knowledge but also guide you through the authentic process of creating traditional dishes. Isn’t it a delightful way to embrace the local culture and flavors?

Djemaa el Fna

If you’re more interested in savoring the flavors without the hassle of preparing the dishes yourself, consider dining in the renowned central square area nestled in the heart of Medina. This locale is celebrated for its vibrant street food scene, making it a must-visit spot for travelers exploring Morocco. As night falls, the streets come alive with a myriad of performers, from musicians to jugglers and snake charmers. Opting for a meal at one of the local cafes provides not only a chance to indulge in the region’s culinary delights but also a front-row seat to these mesmerizing shows! When planning your next trip, be sure to include experiencing one of the top 5 activities in Morocco on your itinerary!

Traditional Hammam

Immersed in the rich history of Morocco, traditional hammams, also known as public baths, have long been part of the cultural tapestry. Once bustling hubs for communal bathing and gossip, these establishments were accessible to those unable to bathe privately. While the prevalence of hammams has waned over time, a few resilient ones endure, offering a rejuvenating experience of exfoliation and relaxation, coupled with the chance to engage with the local community. For travelers seeking distinctive activities in Morocco, a visit to these time-honored hammams promises an unforgettable start!


With its exhilarating waves, the Atlantic coast of this nation is a paradise for surfers. Among the top locations is Taghazout, a quaint fishing village located just beyond Agadir. Beginners seeking a safe surfing experience can opt for Essaouira instead, where they can ride the waves without facing the challenge of massive swells. The ideal period to explore these enchanting waves is from September to April, when the conditions are most favorable. Therefore, considering this option can greatly enhance your list of activities to enjoy in Morocco during March.

Sahara Desert

A night under the starry sky in a Bedouin village amidst the enchanting Sahara, the planet’s biggest hot desert that has captured the silver screen in films like Sahara and The Mummy, is now within reach. In the past, the lack of amenities made it unimaginable to reside amidst this breathtaking landscape, but times have changed. Opting for a camel safari or a four-wheel desert excursion is the ideal way to experience the tranquility of a Sahara sunset!

Souks Of Morocco

In the vibrant country of Morocco, an unmissable spectacle awaits in the form of the bustling Souks, attracting both tourists and locals alike. These markets are a treasure trove of souvenirs, ranging from enchanting Aladdin lamps to an array of colorful fabrics infused with exotic scents. Take a piece of Morocco home with you by indulging in their renowned spices and carpets that seem like they belong in a fantastical movie! However, exercise caution as the remarkably persuasive vendors may resort to deceptive tactics to make a sale – so sharpen your bargaining skills. Ensure that a visit to the Souks is on your itinerary when exploring the diverse experiences Morocco has to offer, placing it among the top 10 must-do activities in the country!


Nestled in the renowned Atlas mountains lie a paradise waiting to be explored by adventure-seekers, nature enthusiasts, wildlife photographers, and especially trekkers looking to conquer these peaks with more than just a sporting intent! Spanning nearly 1500 miles, this mountain range is dotted with various lodging options along the trekking trails, as well as ancient mountain villages such as Imlil, offering a glimpse into their fascinating way of life. While the journey is not overly challenging, it is advisable to be accompanied by a guide. The ideal time to visit this area is typically around the months of April and May.

Located in close proximity to the Medina, the Majorelle gardens exude a captivating aura. Originally crafted by the French painter Jacques Majorelle in the 20th century, these gardens serve as exotic havens brimming with palm trees, blooming flowers, and serene water features. A must-visit is the artist’s workshop turned museum, showcasing Islamic art in all its splendor! Whether you seek solitude amidst nature’s embrace or plan a leisurely outing with loved ones, this is the perfect spot to unwind, relax with a good book, or enjoy a delightful picnic.

Riad Stay

Immersing oneself in the charm of Morocco’s traditional architecture is an essential experience when exploring this remarkable African country. The distinctive homes found in cities like Marrakesh and Fez are a haven of serenity and elegance, boasting central verandas with water features and rooms adorned with galleries. These residences showcase exquisite tiled motifs and impressive arches, embodying the unique Moroccan aesthetic. For the fortunate traveler, some of these residences even offer a rooftop terrace or a peaceful pool area, adding an extra touch of luxury to the stay.

Caves Of Hercules

Situated at Cape Spartel, approximately 14 kilometers to the west of Tangier, lie the famed Caves of Hercules. Legend has it that Hercules sought refuge in these caves during his journey to pilfer three golden apples from the Hesperides Gardens. With one opening overlooking the sea and the other facing the land, these caves have a mystical aura that continues to captivate visitors from far and wide.

Bahia Palace

Exploring Morocco and seeking for enriching experiences? Delve into the fascinating Bahia Palace in Marrakech to soak in the city’s rich history and culture through its stunning architecture. A renowned attraction in Morocco, this palace, erected in the 19th century, stands as a beloved emblem of Marrakech’s heritage. Encompassing eight hectares, it boasts around 150 intricately adorned sculptures and paintings, offering visitors a visual feast. Additionally, the palace serves as a venue for captivating Arab-Andalusian music concerts and engaging art displays, making it an essential stop for cultural enthusiasts.

Chez Ali Fantasia Show

Experience the exhilaration of attending the Chez Ali Fantasia Show in Morocco, where a lively group of performers delights you with belly dances, fire-eating acts, magic tricks, and an enchanting Chez Ali fantasia. Immerse yourself in this vibrant atmosphere and savor the famous mint tea and pastries while being entertained.

Hassan II Mosque

One of Morocco’s most breathtaking mosques is the Hassan II Mosque, boasting the tallest minaret globally. More than 10,000 craftsmen dedicated over seven years to complete this remarkable edifice. Ranking as the 7th largest mosque globally, it offers a majestic ambiance and spiritual sanctity that captivate visitors.

Atlas Film Studios

Atlas Film Studios, sprawling across over 322,000 square feet of the desert in Ouarzazate, holds the prestigious title of being the largest studio in the world. This renowned studio in Morocco is a popular tourist spot and has been a backdrop for numerous blockbuster Hollywood films like The Mummy, Star Wars, and The Living Daylights, making it an iconic location with a rich cinematic history.

Tide Pools Of Essaouira

Essaouira, a captivating port, has been historically significant for Phoenicians, Portuguese, and Arabs due to its production of purple dye and traditional music. Wander through its stone mazes and feel the refreshing sea breezes. Look over the parapet to observe the mysterious rocky tide pools, offering a unique perspective of the ancient city’s fortifications.

University Of Al-Karaouine

The historic Al-Karaouine university holds the prestigious title of being the world’s oldest university that grants degrees. Visitors marvel at the university’s elegant yet understated interior designs, adorned with exquisite Andalusian art featuring Kufic calligraphy. The university’s library boasts a rich collection of invaluable manuscripts, including sacred copies of the Quran. Serving as a pivotal spiritual and religious hub for the Muslim community, this university stands as a beacon of knowledge and enlightenment.

Erg Chigaga

Embark on an adventure through the captivating and rugged dunes of Erg Chigaga, where the days stretch long under the scorching sun. Behold the breathtaking sunset painted in stunning hues of orange, pink, and yellow. Tourism here is understated, attracting only a handful of visitors keen to discover the vast expanse of wind-swept sands. Exploring the endless sea of sand in Erg Chigaga stands out as one of the thrilling experiences awaiting in Morocco.

Portuguese Cistern of El Jadida

The Portuguese held control over the region for roughly 250 years until it was recaptured by the Moroccans in 1769. The fortress that once stood in this area is known today as the Portuguese Cistern of El Jadida, incorporating defensive walls, churches, a synagogue, and a communal oven. At its heart lies a brimming pool, where the interplay of water below and light above gives rise to mesmerizing reflections.

Visit Berber Villages

The native inhabitants of Morocco hold a deep sense of pride in their traditional lifestyle and are fond of sharing glimpses of their culture with travelers passing through. Visitors to their villages can observe the art of baking bread in outdoor clay ovens and experience firsthand the close-to-nature existence of these families. Tour companies often offer the opportunity to enjoy a meal or tea with a Berber family, combined with activities like a day-long trek or a browse through a nearby market. The semi-nomadic Berber communities residing in Morocco’s mountains and deserts carry on the legacy of resilience and hardships faced by their ancestors.

See the Well-Preserved Roman Ruins

Enjoyed as a day excursion from either Fez or Meknes or as a stopover in the ancient town of Moulay Idriss, Volubilis in Morocco offers tourists a unique experience that delves deep into history. This UNESCO World Heritage site boasts remarkable preservation and features a rich assortment of Berber-Roman ruins. Its historical importance and the lush hills that surround it make Volubilis a top attraction in Morocco, appealing to history buffs and nature enthusiasts alike. The city’s prosperity from local olive production is evident in its well-preserved city walls, luxurious dwellings, majestic arches, and governmental structures. Inhabited until the 18th century, Volubilis is best explored with a knowledgeable guide to truly appreciate its splendor.

When is the best time to visit Morocco?

Visiting Morocco is a fantastic experience throughout the year. However, for a more tranquil trip with lower crowds and better deals on accommodation and airfare, consider planning your visit between April and May or September and November.

The Weather in Morocco

Morocco’s weather plays a crucial role in influencing the travel plans of many tourists. Like most Northern Hemisphere countries, Morocco experiences winter from December to February and summer from June to August.

Summer temperatures soar during the peak months, particularly in cities like Marrakesh, Fez, and southwestern regions close to the Sahara Desert. Conversely, coastal areas such as Tangier, Rabat, and Essaouira offer a more pleasant climate due to the refreshing ocean breeze. Despite the heat, numerous travelers opt to visit Morocco during this time, coinciding with the European summer break.

Winters are generally mild, but nighttime temperatures can plummet significantly, with Marrakesh recording record lows of 30 degrees Fahrenheit. Northern Morocco occasionally experiences light snowfall, and the Atlas Mountains receive heavy snow, allowing winter sports enthusiasts to ski at Oukaïmeden, approximately 50 miles south of Marrakesh. While the north and coastal regions witness significant rainfall in winter, the south remains dry yet chilly, particularly after dark.

The Best Time to Trek the Atlas Mountains

Trekking in the Atlas Mountains is a popular activity that can be enjoyed all year round. However, the optimal times to visit are during the spring (April to May) and fall (September to October) seasons when the weather is most favorable. Summers are generally mild and sunny, but temperatures in the valleys can soar above 86 degrees Fahrenheit, often accompanied by afternoon thunderstorms. Winters bring colder nights with temperatures dropping to 41 degrees Fahrenheit or even lower, necessitating snow gear like crampons and ice axes above 9,800 feet.

The weather in the Atlas Mountains is known for its unpredictability regardless of the season, making it essential to consider the elevation you plan to trek to for a better understanding of the conditions you might encounter.

The Best Time to Visit the Coast

The optimal period for enjoying Morocco’s beaches in terms of weather is summer. With temperatures around 80 degrees Fahrenheit, sunbathers can bask comfortably while seeking respite from the scorching heat of the country’s inland regions. During this season, sea temperatures peak, with July’s average water temperature reaching 70 degrees Fahrenheit. However, because summer marks the height of tourist influx, securing accommodation in advance is advisable, particularly if you intend to explore popular destinations such as Essaouira and Agadir. Alternatively, for a quieter experience and cost-effective options, consider scheduling your trip during the spring or fall.

For surf enthusiasts enticed by the Atlantic coast’s reputation as a premier surfing hub in Africa, the winter season presents ideal conditions. Venturing to renowned spots like Taghazout and Agadir during this time offers consistently good swells and optimal surf breaks. Taghazout boasts an average sea temperature of 65 degrees Fahrenheit in December, making a thin wetsuit sufficient for braving the winter chill.

Morocco’s Festivals & Events

Morocco hosts a wide array of vibrant annual festivals that are definitely worth considering when planning your travels. Some, such as the Kelaa M’Gouna Rose Festival and the Erfoud Date Festival, are tied to the harvest season and occur in the same month each year (April and October, respectively). On the other hand, festivities like the Essaouira Gnaoua and World Music Festival and the Marrakesh Popular Arts Festival are summertime celebrations that depend on favorable weather for outdoor performances and activities. Additionally, Islamic celebrations like Ramadan and Eid al-Adha occur at specific times annually, providing a captivating glimpse into Moroccan traditions and customs.


In Morocco, spring brings warm and arid weather. The lingering snow is confined to the highest peaks of the mountains, and although the ocean temperatures may be slightly cooler, a wetsuit can easily remedy that. Additionally, spring sees a decrease in the number of tourists, resulting in lighter crowds.


Summers in Morocco tend to get sweltering, particularly as you move deeper into the country. Given the school break, summer becomes a preferred period for family vacations, resulting in a rapid filling up of accommodations, especially those featuring pools.


Exploring the cities and coastal areas of Morocco during autumn offers a wonderful experience. The cooler and dry weather makes it perfect for enthusiasts seeking ideal hiking conditions.


Exploring Moroccan urban centers during the winter months can prove rather delightful, given the moderate temperatures and sparse crowds typically encountered. Snowfall may occur at elevated areas, while nighttime temperatures in the desert tend to decrease.

1st of January, Wednesday: New Year’s Day – National holiday

11th of January, Saturday: Anniversary of the Independence Manifesto – National holiday

14th of January, Tuesday: Amazigh New Year – National holiday

23rd of February, Sunday: Daylight Saving Time ends – Clock change/Daylight Saving Time

1st of March, Saturday: Ramadan Start (Tentative Date) – Observance

20th of March, Thursday: March Equinox Season

31st of March, Monday: Eid al-Fitr – National holiday

1st of April, Tuesday: Eid al-Fitr holiday – National holiday

6th of April, Sunday: Daylight Saving Time starts – Clock change/Daylight Saving Time

1st of May, Thursday: Labour Day/May Day – National holiday

6th of June, Friday: Eid al-Adha – National holiday

7th of June, Saturday: Eid al-Adha Holiday – National holiday

21st of June, Saturday: June Solstice Season

27th of June, Friday: Hijra New Year – National holiday

30th of July, Wednesday: Feast of the Throne – National holiday

14th of August, Thursday: Anniversary of the Recovery Oued Ed-Dahab – National holiday

20th of August, Wednesday: Anniversary of the Revolution of the King & the People – National holiday

21st of August, Thursday: Youth Day – National holiday

5th of September, Friday: The Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday – National holiday

6th of September, Saturday: The Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday Holiday – National holiday

22nd of September, Monday: September Equinox Season

6th of November, Thursday: Anniversary of the Green March – National holiday

18th of November, Tuesday: Independence Day – National holiday

21st of December, Sunday: December Solstice Season

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