Morocco is a captivating destination. As well as being rich in culture, it offers a wide range of adventure travel opportunities. From the majestic Atlas Mountains to the vast Sahara Desert and the vibrant cities, Morocco has something for every adventure seeker.
One of the main highlights of adventure travel in Morocco is trekking in the Atlas Mountains. These rocky peaks provide a stunning backdrop for hiking and trekking adventures. The High Atlas, Middle Atlas, and Anti-Atlas regions offer diverse landscapes, traditional Berber villages, and challenging peaks like Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa.
A visit to Morocco is incomplete without experiencing the Sahara Desert. Embark on camel treks or 4x4 desert tours to witness the mesmerizing dunes, spend nights in traditional desert camps, and immerse yourself in the unique landscapes. If you need to escape the heat, why not spend time on Morocco's Atlantic coastline? Taghazout Bay is a popular spot for surfing enthusiasts, with consistent waves suitable for all skill levels.
In between active trips, Morocco's rich history, ancient cities, and bustling markets offer unique cultural experiences. Explore the vibrant medinas of cities like Marrakech, Fes, and Chefchaouen. Shop for gifts, clothing, and souvenirs at the bustling markets and indulge in traditional Moroccan cuisine.
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Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are generally favourable, with milder temperatures for outdoor activities.
Summer can be hot, especially in desert areas, while winter can be chilly in the mountains.
Average temperatures in the Sahara are often above 30 °C (86 °F). In the peak summer months, particularly June, July, and August, temperatures can exceed 45 to 50°C (113 to 122°F).
On the other hand, keep in mind that spending a night in the Morocco desert can be extremely cold. Especially over winter.
The currency used in Morocco is the Moroccan dirham, It is abbreviated as "MAD".
The predominant language spoken in Morocco is Arabic. In certain regions, particularly in urban areas, French is widely spoken as a second language.
Locals who work in the tourism industry generally speak some level of English, so you should be able to communicate just fine with guides, drivers etc.
Morocco is generally considered safe for tourists, including solo female travellers.
Travelling solo as a woman in Morocco can be a rewarding and enjoyable experience, but like travelling to any country, it's essential to take certain precautions, observe cultural norms and be mindful of your surroundings.
Morocco is a Muslim-majority country. The dress code in Morocco is more conservative. Dressing modestly (covering up knees and shoulders) can help you avoid unwanted attention and show respect for the local culture.
You should also be mindful of other cultural differences and socially acceptable behaviour. Avoid public displays of affection, and be cautious when photographing people, especially women. Check out our tips for travelling to Morocco.