Your Morocco guide
No matter what you're after, Morocco will have it covered. Whether it's world-class cuisine, colourful Souks, or amazing beaches, this handy guide will tell you the best places to visit.
Flights to Morocco go out of all major airports around with Marrakech and Agadir having the most frequent direct flights. Times are generally around 3 and a half hours into Marrakech and just under 4 hours into Agadir. Due to the location of the airports, it is a short transfer to any of the hotels that are in and around the cities.
When to go
The country is especially hot during the summer months but gets down to a more pleasant 20 degrees over the winter period. Morocco is known for its hot summers averaging 29 degrees through July and August but also with highs around 40 degrees on its hottest days with minimal rainfall and cloud cover. Over the other months of the year, the temperatures become more pleasant averaging in the teens over the winter period, this makes for more enjoyable golfing weather.
A city well known for its markets and unique lifestyle, taxis into the middle of the city are generally cheap but it is also accessible via walking meaning that bed and breakfast is a viable option allowing people to experience the local cuisine and have the complete experience.
It is well worth making the journey into the city whether it be for an evening meal or to experience the market and shops during the day. There are also all-inclusive options providing the possibility of a resort-based break with all the luxuries you need for a perfect holiday at your fingertips.
Team Leader, Mid Haul