If you’re planning a trip to Morocco, you’ll want to make sure you have all the information you need to ensure a smooth and enjoyable journey. This Morocco travel guide will help you plan your perfect trip, whether you’re looking for the best beaches, the most impressive Riads to stay in, or the most interesting things to see and do.
Morocco is a truly fascinating country and no wonder it’s become such a popular tourist destination in recent years. With its mix of cultures, stunning scenery, and friendly people, Morocco makes it easy to fall in love with.
This travel plan guide will spare you all of the internet search results and help you plan a Morocco itinerary that highlights the best this country has to offer. But if you still have some questions, post them in the comments section below and I’ll be happy to help you out.
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Not sure about visiting Morocco?
If you are still undecided about whether Morocco is the right destination for you, then check out these few posts below. You might just be convinced after reading about all the amazing things this country has to offer!
- What is Morocco known for? 15 Spectacular Things
- 20 Things To Keep In Mind Before Visiting Morocco
- 100 Quick Facts About Morocco
Where to go in Morocco
In Morocco, you can have it all – from enjoying the stunning beach resorts to exploring the bustling Souks and historic Medinas.
Some of the best and most famous cities to visit in Morocco are Marrakech, Fez, Casablanca, and Rabat but there is more to Morocco than just these cities.
To plan where to go and to decide on the cities to include in your itinerary, check out these posts:
- 50 Things to Do in Morocco
- 20 Best Cities to Visit in Morocco
- Sahara Desert Tour: What You Need to Know
- 15 Best Beaches In Morocco to Visit
The best time to visit Morocco
The best time to visit Morocco really depends on so many factors like what you want to do, where you want to go, and most importantly your budget and travel preference. To get the most out of your trip, it’s worth considering what time of year will be best for you.
Morocco has a Mediterranean climate which means that it’s generally hot and dry in the summer with temperatures reaching over 40 degrees Celsius and cold in the winter (with temperatures sometimes dipping below freezing in some areas). Spring and autumn on the other hand are usually milder and more pleasant.
To help my readers decide on the best time to travel to Morocco, I’ve written a post about every month of the year and what the weather and conditions are like. I’ve also included some recommendations on what activities and attractions are worth considering for each month.
- Visiting Morocco in January (Travel Planner)
- Visiting Morocco in April (Travel Planner)
- Visiting Morocco in November (Travel Planner)
- Visiting Morocco In December (Trip Planner)
What to wear and not wear in Morocco
When packing for your trip to Morocco, it’s important to keep in mind the country’s dress code.
But the dress code isn’t only the only thing to consider when packing – you’ll also want to make sure you pack appropriate clothing for the weather and activities you have planned.
For more information on this check out these informative posts:
- What To Wear In Morocco? (Packing List)
- Morocco Packing List For Kids (+FREE Download)
- Sahara Desert Tour: What You Need to Know
Accommodation in Morocco
Morocco offers a wide range of accommodation options to suit all budgets and preferences. From high-end luxury hotels and Riads to more affordable options like hostels and guesthouses, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
When it comes to choosing accommodation in Morocco, it’s important to consider your budget, the location you want to stay in, and what type of accommodation you’re looking for.
To help you make the best decision for your trip, I’ve put together a few posts with all the information you need to know as well as a list of my top recommendations for each type of accommodation in Morocco.
- 14 Dreamy Riads in Morocco: Recommended by Travelers
- 12 Moroccan Beach Resorts You Should Know About
Transportation in Morocco
Tourists and travelers can choose between a few different options when it comes to getting around Morocco. You can choose comfort by hiring private transfers and drivers, hiring a car and driving yourself, or budgeting and using public transport.
The important thing is not what you choose, but what matters is that you choose something that suits your needs, budget, and travel style.
To be able to decide which one fits you more, read these useful posts:
Things to do in Morocco
The truth is. there is an endless amount of things to do in Morocco. From exploring the ancient Medina and Souks to hiking in the Atlas Mountains, visiting waterfalls and beaches, to learning about the country’s rich culture and history.
Good planning is key to making the most of your holiday and ensuring you don’t miss out on any of the must-see attractions and experiences in Morocco.
Read more on the top things to do in Morocco as well as detailed guides on how to make the most of your time in each city.
- Things to do in Al Hoceima
- Things to do in Ceuta
- Things to do in Asilah
- Things to do in Tangier
- Things to do in Marrakech
- Things to do in Casablanca
- Things to do in Agadir
- Things to do in Essaouira
- Things to do in Fez
- Things to do in Meknes
- Things to do in Chefchaouen
- Things to do in Beni Mellal
What to eat in Morocco
Moroccan food is some of the best in the world. From traditional tagines and couscous to pastries and street food, there is also a lot of variety to choose from.
Not sure what to eat in Morocco or where to find the best food? No worries, I’ve got you covered. In these posts, you’ll find all the information you need on what to eat.
I always think that the best way to get the most out of any trip is to plan an itinerary. This helps you make the most of your time, ensures you don’t miss any of the must-see attractions, and gives you a better idea of what to expect from your trip.
If you’re looking for some Morocco itinerary inspiration, I’ve put together a few sample itineraries for different durations and interests as well as a list of my top things to do in Morocco.
- 10 days Morocco itinerary
- Honeymoon itinerary in Morocco
- One day Casablanca itinerary
- 3 days Fez itinerary
- 3 days Marrakech itinerary
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