Flight connections to Morocco are rapidly improving. Currently there are direct flights from Vienna and Munich to Marrakech, the country’s largest airport and most intriguing city. When taking a two-leg flight you can also enter Morocco through other airports, such as Casablanca and Fes. It’s a surprisingly big country and the domestic travel infrastructure isn’t top notch, but a line of luxury cars and limousines are available to take you just about anywhere.
Climate & seasons
Summer is best avoided in Morocco, a country where half the land is the Sahara Desert. September to May are suitable months for travel. Note that the climate varies significantly from the dry, sunny desert, to the colder and wetter Atlas Mountains, the cooler north to the hotter south. Dependent on the month of travel we can advise the best destinations to visit.
Where to go
Bring your sense of adventure because Morocco will entice you into a magical carpet ride. Marrakech and Fes are ancient cities packed with energy, souks, stories and endless sights. Find calm in the Atlas Mountains or Sahara Desert, riding a camel to a remote luxury camp or discovering Berber life. Explore some fabulous artisanal towns across Morocco, like Chefchauoen, which is completely painted in blue. There are beach destinations as well, but we strongly recommend against the mass tourism of Agadir, the least authentic place in Morocco. Explorers can find completely empty Atlantic beaches elsewhere.
What to do
Morocco will surprise. Experience a beautiful mobile camp in the wilderness. Have a Berber picnic on the beach or in the mountains. Make a treasure hunt through histories and cultures. Meet with artisans, take a sidecar ride, hot air balloon and explore the medinas. Leave time to enjoy your accommodation. Morocco is one of the most artistic countries in the world and the quality of the small boutique hotels is very memorable. And then there are the royal palaces where you can stay.
EliteVoyage Hotel Collection in Morocco
Morocco Photo Gallery
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