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Morocco is a country with a rich history that enjoys a strong sense of cultural identity, mainly because of the fact that its population is made up in almost equal parts of Arabs and Berbers. It is a trilingual nation (Arabic, Berber and French) located a mere 14 km from Europe and thus acts as a gateway to Africa and to the Desert.
Full name: Kingdom of Morocco
Official name: المملكة المغربية
Official languages: arabic, tamazight
Other languages: french, spanish
Government: Constitutional Monarchy
King: Mohammed VI
Surface area: 446 550 mq
Population: 33.848.242 (2014)
Counrty code: +212
Wander the alleyways of the largest and most ancient medina in Northern Africa, among colourful pottery, the earthy smell of leather tanneries and the exotic scent of mint tea
Jaama El Fna Square
Don’t miss the main square of Marrakech. You can enjoy a fiery sunset from one of its many terraces.
Erg Chebbi dunes
The gateway to the Sahara. Here you can enjoy a camel ride, the starry desert sky, a sunset among the dunes and Berber music around the campfire.
Prepare to be charmed by the bohemian vibe of this picturesque village in the foothills of the Rif mountain.
Sunset in Essaouira
A walk among the white sand dunes, freshly caught fish cooked in quaint little restaurants, the sunset and the sea breeze. Don’t miss Essaouira!
Ait Ben Haddou
Used as a backdrop in several Hollywood films, ancient and mysterious Ait Ben Haddou looks like it has risen out of the desert sand.
During the summer months, from June to September, the south of Morocco is very hot, reaching temperatures up to 45°C in Marrakech and 50°C in the desert. During this time visitors prefer cooler destinations such as Fes, Tangiers, the High Atlas and both the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts.
During the winter months, from December to February, visitors who travel all around Morocco will find mild temperatures during the day (around 15°C in the cities) but harsher ones at night, especially in the desert, where temperatures can drop to zero. There is a chance of snow in the Atlas Mountains.
The spring months, from March to May, are the best months to travel throughout the country, especially in the south and in the desert. Visitors can expect more rain but also a more temperate climate, warm with warm days and cool nights. The days are getting longer, which means you have more sunlight hours to visit your destinations.
Along with spring, autumn is also an ideal time to visit Morocco. September still feels summery but no longer oppressively hot like the previous months. October and November are instead more temperate and without too much rain. In this season, the desert and the imperial cities are highly recommended.
4-days tour departing from Marrakech and arrival in Fes. Intermediate stages Ait Ben Haddou, Ouarzazate, Dades Valley, Rissani, the dunes of Erg Chebbi, Ziz Valley, Ifrane
4-days tour departing from Marrakech and back with intermediate stops at AitBen Haddou, Ouarzazate, the Dades valley, the Rissani market, the dunes of Erg Chebbi, Skoura.
Two-days tour departing Marrakech and Essaouira destiny between its sand dunes and its medina Unesco heritage