The ultimate travel guide to to Morocco

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Morocco is a north African country that offers a wide range of landscapes and activities that are life changing.

Morocco is a country that will absolutely draws you in. From its colorful markets filled with the rich scents of spices, blue Mediterranean beaches and Atlantic coasts, vibrant Atlas Mountains, endless sand dunes, wadis, oases of the desert to the secret lanes from the mMdinas of its beautiful imperial cities such as Fez and Marrakech, there is just so much to see in this incredible country of dizzying diversity

While you can have a great time hitting up the main spots as Marrakech over a few days, We highly recommend lingering in Morocco for a week or two to uncover all of the hidden treasures.

Ready to fall in love with this dynamic, gorgeous country?
Here’s our Absolute Morocco Kit, where you will find all what you need to know to make your stay in Morocco the most remarkable experience of your life.

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Language: The official language of Morocco is Berber and Arabic, in the Moroccan streets, you’ll hear a flurry of languages including English, French, Spanish, Arabic, and Berber.

Plugs: Most plugs in Morocco are type C and type E. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. Plugs are usually two-pin in the round european style and some include a third, female contact to accept the grounding pin in the socket. A universal adapter will work for most electronics (be sure to get one with surge protection!) but you may need a converter for hair dryers and hot tools.

Time Zones: If you are traveling to Morocco, be careful with the clock. After decades of daylight savings time, the country has decided, to drop clock changes. While GMT and other time zones “fall back”, Morocco will stay the same. The country has decided to stick with a year round GMT+1 Time Zone.
It’s hard to know if digital devices will automatically catch on to the new decision to stay on one time all year round, when they were clearly expecting to switch. For this reason, it might be worth dusting off your trusty old watch and setting it manually to GMT+1. You’d certainly hate to get to the airport only to find out that you are hours early, or late.

We found that is the most reliable website when it comes to time in Morocco.

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Morocco climate falls into four basic seasons: Spring (Mars-May), Summer (June- august), Fall (Sep-Nov) & Winter (Dec- Feb), Spring is typically green and warm, summer hot and dry, fall warm and reasonably dry, winter cool and sometimes rainy. These are broad descriptions and conditions certainly vary by region. Fez, Meknes and Rabat are generally a little cooler than Marrakech. The south is always warmer and drier, while the mountains are cooler and can get cold and snowy at higher altitudes during the winter months). Spring and summer tend to be most idyllic months weather-wise, with predominantly sunny skies and daytime highs in the 22-30 C (72-88H) range. Evenings tend to be somewhat too much cooler so pack accordingly. For specific short term weather forecasts, consult Accuweather Here!

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