Time To Visit Morocco
varied weather in Morocco :
Time to Visit Morocco.
Morocco stretches from the Mediterranean coast to the dunes of the Sahara, with lots of varied geography in between. As a result, climate and weather vary greatly depending on where you spend your time. September through May works well for most travelers, and those prioritizing a trip to the desert should stick to winter and spring. If you’re traveling in summer months and want to beat the heat, Tangier in the north and Essaouira on the Atlantic Seaboard are great options.
- Mid-September through the end of May is the best time to visit Morocco
- In March and April, days are warm, peaks are snowy, and wildflowers fill the plains.
- Avoid the Sahara from mid-June to mid-September when temperatures are high
- Nights can be surprisingly cool in the mountains and desert at any time of year
When is the best time to visit Morocco?
Morocco can be visited year-round as long as you take into account the climate of its different regions and plan your trip accordingly. The Sahara, for example, should be avoided from June to September when temperatures can be searingly high. But this is a great time for visiting the imperial cities of Northern Morocco, the Atlantic Coast, or hiking at high altitude in the Atlas Mountains. Pack accordingly, and you can comfortably visit at any time of year. For trip planning inspiration, check out our Tours and itineraries.