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The best time to visit Morocco is from September to November. Morocco is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world. With all the aromas of the spices, sand dunes of Sahara and its famous beaches, you cannot get enough of its diversity.
Regardless of the time or season you choose to travel to Morocco from India, there is always something special about every season. But these two are the best seasons if you want to have a platinum experience in this "Kingdom of the West.”
When the Fall arrives in Morocco, it becomes one of the prime tourist destinations. Both the beaches and the deserts can give you a pleasant experience. In October, the rain sets in the Middle Atlas Mountain range, but then again, it is still a travel hotspot. November sees the hikers and birdwatchers travel further south of Morocco. Some of the once-in-a-lifetime festivals that you can enjoy in Morocco are the Moroccan Independence Day, Festival of Sufi Culture, Toubkal Marathon, L’Boulevard Festival of Casablanca, Driftaway Music Festival and many more.
You can check out the following activities if you plan your Morocco tour during the Fall:
Morocco’s other chief tourist season commences in early Spring when the mountains begin to thaw, and wildflowers and cherry blossoms begin to reveal their colours all over the ranges. Winds begin to flow through the desert and Souss Valley, which continues through April. As Spring spreads its colour and aura, the temperature is just perfectly warm for all the adventures and Easter. Some of the activities that you cannot miss out on are visiting the Almond Blossom Festival, Printemps Musical des Alizés, Casamémoire Heritage Days, and Jidar Street Art Festival.
Here are some of the activities you can enjoy on your trip to Morocco during Spring:
Most travellers avoid visiting Morocco during the summertime due to the rising temperature, which stays persistently high. Outdoor activities are mainly put on hold due to the heat. However, you can enjoy a few Morocco tourist attractions & festivals during the summers.
Morocco's desert terrain does not have much shade for tourists, and the heat all over might not be suitable for tourists who are not habituated to this type of heat. Moreover, heat strokes are very often here during the summertime if you are outside. Hence, this time is not ideal for booking a Morocco Tour Package.
According to many travel bloggers, November might be the cheapest month to visit Morocco as Autumn bids adieu, and so do most of the tourists in Morocco. If you are on a tight budget and want to visit the beautiful Moroccan places away from the crowd, you can take advantage of the low season. You are also likely to get cheaper flight tickets and accommodation due to low demand.
If you do visit Morocco during the off-season, you can choose to spend your time in a resort in the middle of the desert instead of visiting tourist attractions all over the town. Most resorts in Morocco promise to provide you with a luxurious experience and offer you a taste of Moroccan culture and cuisine while you just enjoy and relax all day long.
Now that you know most of the tourist places in Morocco to visit, here are some things that you should know that will make your experience even more enriching.
Here are some tips which will make your travel easier and hassle-free:
As English is not used by most people in Morocco, you might need to enrich your vocabulary a little for your trip. Look at these following commonly used words and phrases you will come across a lot in your trip to Morocco:
How amazing is it to travel and learn about different cultures around the world? When it comes to Morocco, you should not delay and start your planning. Now that you know the best time to visit Morocco, the famous places, activities and tourist attractions, book your tickets already! Also, get travel insurance which will save you from unexpected expenses during your trip, such as accidents during the trip, flight cancellation or luggage theft.