OVERVIEW

Bordering the Atlantic and Mediterranean Ocean, Morocco’s façade is made up of Berber, Arabian and European cultural influences. Being one of the most diverse countries in Africa, Morocco offers time-told landscapes from the golden swept desert, majestic mountains, winding alleys and ancient city centers.

The one thing you’ll love about this thriving country it the town centers, take yourself back in time as you sprawl the twists and turns of the colorful markets selling homemade treasures. As well as blending in with the locals in the many cafes, you can learn how to roll couscous, camel trek, visit Medina; the world’s largest living medieval Islamic cities or climb the highest peak in North Africa!

Marrakesh

Marrakech home to mosques, palaces and gardens, with maze-like alleyways, It’ll be easy to loose your way, but that’s where all the exploring begins. If you feel like escaping the hustle and bustle of haggling your way through market stalls head to Majorelle Garden. This 12-acre botanical garden with exotic plants and decadent fountains create a relaxing ambience for families and couples, you will also find the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech within the grounds. Another fascinating place to see is the Saadian Tombs, the spectacular interiors within the 12-pillard chambers are a cultural sight not to be missed!

Agadir

This busy port and beach destination was rebuilt after an earthquake in 1960. Besides its devastating history, Agadir offers a friendly seaside destination known for its golf courses, cafes, restaurants and bars. Unlike Morocco, Agadir is easy to navigate with its rebuilt modern roads, however this is not to say you can’t explore a medley of culture. Kasbah, an ancient ruin, was restored in the 1740s and was once a home for almost 300 people, but now all that remains is the outer wall, this spectacular sight offers some incredible views across the coast.

 

Rabat

Roam around Morocco’s capital, Rabat, known for its Islamic and French-colonial heritage. The beauty of visiting Rabat is that it’s not overloaded with tourists so you’ll find quiet and clean streets with less traffic, but that is not to say Rabat isn’t stunning. Visit historical places such as Chellah; a medieval fort that houses a complex of Roman and medieval ruins. Kasbah le Oudaias is a residential area with whitewashed and blue walls, this area was built by Muslim refugees from Spain and is very much picturesque. This is simply one of the most relaxing places to hang out, grab a coffee from the many cafes that face beachfront for splendid Ocean views and forget about your troubles.

 

 

What is the language in Morocco?

The official language in Morocco is Arabic.

 

What is the currency in Morocco?

The currency in Morocco is the Moroccan dirham.

 

How long does it take to fly to Morocco?

From London to Morocco a flight can take up to 3 hours and 40 minutes.

 

What is the time difference in Morocco?

Morocco is 1 hour ahead of the UK.

 

When is the best time to travel to Morocco?

Spring in Morocco happens between April and May but any time between April to October is good to holiday in Morocco. Don’t forget about Ramadam, which happens in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.

 

Do I need a visa for Morocco?

No.

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Grace Marrakech comfortably straddles two worlds while offering you the best of both. Although the dynamic Moroccan capital is within a half hour's drive of the hotel, Grace Marrakech itself occupies an enviable location set among 15 tranquil hectares of countryside and boasts its very own farm, complete with stables, vegetable plots and olive groves.

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If you would love to spend an unforgettable Moroccan vacation in the heart of Marrakech, look no further than The Pearl Marrakech, one of the city’s premier 5 star hotels.

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Located 20 minutes from UNESCO World Heritage Site, El Jadida, Mazagan Beach Resort provides panoramic views over the sparkling Atlantic Ocean and boasts all the crucial ingredients for an exhilarating family holiday in Morocco.

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With an elegant design inspired by traditional Berber culture and a simply breath-taking location nestled among lush gardens and olive trees, with mountains looming in the background, Royal Palm Marrakech is undeniably one of the world’s finest luxury hotels.

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Climate

Morocco generally has a subtropical, moderate climate with the breeze of the Atlantic and Mediterranean stopping temperatures rising too high. Temperatures range from 19 degrees up to a very hot 38 degrees. The weather is split into two main seasons; a winter season from November through to March- in which temperatures fall as low as 19 degrees,  and rainfall is not uncommon. There is then a summer season June through to September, in which we see temperatures regularly above mid 30’s.

The best time to visit if you’re looking for something in between are in the shoulder months of April to May and September through to October. In these months, the weather is between the scorching heat of the summer and the timid winter. Temperatures in the shoulder months reach 29 degrees and don’t fall below 27 degrees.

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Jan 19°c
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Apr 27°c
May 29°c
Jun 35°c
Jul 38°c
Aug 38°c
Sep 33°c
Oct 29°c
Nov 23°c
Dec 20°c

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