Morocco

Africa

6 -10 Days

Morocco, a colourful African country, is a land of mountains, deserts, beaches, waterfalls, caves and forested hills. Hiking North Africa’s highest peak, camel trekking in the desert, shopping in the souqs or getting lost in the medina are favourite tourist activities. Morocco has diverse climate zones ranging from Mediterranean, Sub-Mediterranean, Continental, Alpine, Semi-Arid depending on the diverse regions. The best time to visit Morocco is during spring (mid-March to May) or fall (September to October).

Indian citizens require Tourist Visa to enter Morocco and are usually valid for 3 months. General visa processing time is 5-6 working days after submitting all required documents.

MarrakeshA densely populated city in western Morocco, is known for its mosques, palaces, gardens and souqs selling traditional textiles, pottery and jewellery. Popular tourist destinations are Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, Menara Gardens, Medina of Marrakesh, El Badi Palace and Jardin Majorelle. Bombay, Indian Halal Restaurant and Les Jardins de Bala are restaurants serving delicious Indian food.
CasablancaIs a port city boasting Moorish buildings of French colonial and Moroccan blend. Prominent places to visit are Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca Cathedral, Central Market, Royal Palace, Parc Sindbad, Ain Diab district, La Corniche, Old Medina and Parc de la Ligue Arabe. Famous Indian cuisine restaurants are India Palace, Bollywood Masala and Clay Oven.
FesIs a cultural capital of Morocco with medieval Marinid architecture, vibrant souks and old-world atmosphere. Frequently visited tourist places are Medina, Bou Inania Madrasa, Bab bou Jeloud, Dar Batha, Funduq al- Najjariyyin, Borj Nord, Jnan sbil and Palais Royal Dar El Makhzen. Best Moroccan vegetarian restaurants are Nur, Cinema Cafe and Nagham Cafe.
TangierIs a picturesque Moroccan port city on the Strait of Gibraltar. Famous places that tourists visit are Dar el Makhzen, Caves of Hercules, Cape Spartel, Grand Socco, Park Rimlat, Bay of Tangier, Plaza de Toros Tangier, The American Legation Museum, Ville Nouvelle, Kasbah Museum and District Urbain de Tanger-Medina. Popular restaurants serving Indian cuisine are Sarayah Food and Dar Almandi.
Other PlacesOther prominent places of tourist interest are Essaouira, Chefchaouen, Rabat, Agadir, Meknes, Merzouga, Quarzazate, Zagora, Tetouan, Irfan, Erfoud, Imlil, Asilah, Skoura and Rissani.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Why Should You Visit Morocco?

If this is the first question that popped up in your head the moment we suggested you to put it on your list, well, here’s why:

  • Extremely warm, welcoming, and lovely people
  • Rich Culture
  • Spellbinding places to go in Morocco
  • Exquisite accommodation options
  • Exotic food, which is a great blend of various cultures
  • Bustling nightlife and an endless number of shopping avenues
  • Absolutely worth your time and money
What is the weather & climate like in Morocco genrally?

Although Morocco's climate is generally hot and dry, weather can vary dramatically depending on where you are. In the south of the country (nearer the Sahara), rainfall is limited; but in the north, light rains are common between November and March. On the coast, offshore breezes provide relief from soaring summer temperatures, while the mountain regions remain cool all year round. In winter, snow falls heavily in the Atlas Mountains. Temperatures in the Sahara Desert can be both scorching during the day and freezing at night.

What languages are spoken in Morocco?

There are two official languages in Morocco - Modern Standard Arabic and Amazigh, or Berber. French is a second language for many educated Moroccans.

Do I need to get any specific vaccinations before visting Morocco?

Before traveling to Morocco, you should ensure that your routine vaccines are up to date, and also consider being vaccinated for Typhoid and Hepatitis A. The mosquito-borne diseases commonly found in sub-Saharan Africa (e.g.,Malaria, Yellow Fever, and Zika Virus) are not a problem in Morocco .

What is the best time to travel?

Anytime between March to May is a good time to visit this country if you want to travel and experience the real beauty of the Morocco tourist attractions.The Sahara is also best during fall (September to November) when the weather is neither too hot nor too cold, and the Sirocco winds have yet to start. Winter is the only time for skiing trips to the Atlas Mountains. 

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Meknes , Asilah , Essaouira , Chefchaouen , Sahara Desert ,Rabat , Casablanca , Ouarzazate , Marrakech , Agadir

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