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Keeping Healthy in Morocco

No vaccinations are required for Morocco. While there is a limited risk of Malaria in some parts of rural Morocco (remote areas of the sub-Saharan desert), it’s not recommended to take anti-malarial drugs for travelers following standard city- based itineraries.

Morocco has a diverse geography, from the cooler, wetter Mediterranean and Atlantic coast in the north, to the desperately hot, arid deserts and mountains of the south. You can encounter a wide range of climatic conditions and you should be prepared.


Best Season to Travel

March, April, May, part of June, September & October – perfect warm temperatures (25 to 35 degrees Celsius) in the south, very little chance of rain and warm evenings, except in March and early April where evenings and mornings can be cooler (13° to 17°C).

Shoulder Season (winter)

Mid November to Mid-February is mostly warm (15 to 25 degrees Celsius) but can be very chilly in evenings and it may rain but rarely for long periods.

Hot Season (summer)

Mid-June, July and August can be very hot in Marrakech and in the south (up to 45 degrees Celsius), but more pleasant in the mountains and on the coast.

What to Pack

  • First and foremost, we recommend layers to add and remove according to the varying temperatures

  • Blouses/shirts with long sleeves to protect you from sun

  • Cotton t-shirts and tops

  • Fleece/jumper for the evening, temperatures drop at night in the desert

  • Long trousers for the evenings for the same reason

  • Light walking shoes/boots for any activities in the desert or mountains

  • Sun Hat, sun glasses, sunblock

  • Women need a scarf to cover their head and shoulders entering Muslim sites.

  • Plug adapter: Morocco use 127/220V 50Hz

Religion & Etiquette

Morocco is an Islamic country. The religion is an integral part of the culture. Morocco is a land of tolerance, where Jews, Christians and Muslims live together in peace.



The local currency is the Dirham (MAD). Foreign currencies can be converted at most banks, but it’s not wise to carry too much. Pounds Sterling, US Dollars or Euros can be changed into local currency at any hotel, airport or bureau de change.

ATMs and Banks

ATMs are installed in most towns providing a secure and cost-effective way to retrieve money from your bank account or credit card

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa and American Express are widely accepted, even in some shops in the souks, particularly for carpets.

** Please note: unavoidable changes to the itinerary may occur due to climate change or government policies or exceptional events. We could be forced to change the hotel or even the tour schedule in some forced cases such as the visit of the Kings, the government congress, etc

Departure & Return Location

Nigeria – Valid from 10 JANUARY – 31 OCTOBER 2024

Departure Time

3 Hours Before Flight Time

Price Includes

  • Welcome & assistance at Mohamed V airport by your guide
  • 5 Nights accommodation at selected hotel or similar on Half-Board
  • Transportation with driver for the whole tour
  • All visits as mentioned in your proposed program
  • National English-speaking guide at disposal from arrival until departure
  • City guide for city visit (from 20 pax and above)
  • Entrance fees to monuments as indicated in the program

(Ticket to Majorelle Garden are only available upon booking only and can only purchase online.  Non-Refundable after ticket issued).

  • 01 small bottle of Water per day per person on the Bus
  • 4x4WD to Desert (maximum 4 pax / jeep)
  • Camel Ride per person
  • All taxes and services
  • 01 Single FOC for Tour Leader (from 10 pax and above)

Price Excludes

  • Water at the hotel
  • Drinks at hotels and restaurants
  • Porterage of luggage at airport and hotels
  • Tips for guide, city guide and driver
  • Personal expenses
  • Others service not mentioned

General terms and disclaimer

General terms and conditions apply:


  • All prices are subject to change without prior notice according to currency fluctuation
  • RATES ARE VALID for 7 days, note that no reservation was done, and no time limit on hold for services.
  • Rates are subject to change as per availability and payment confirmation
  • Upon confirmation 50 % deposit required within 3 working days as per estimate pro- forma invoice (booking can be confirmed only at receipt of deposit)  
  • Settlement of full payment is due one month prior to arrival
  • Vouchers will be issued after full payment
  • TIPs are 3$ per person per day to the driver and 4$ per person per day to the guide.  
  • Cancellation fees will apply as per suppliers’ terms, usually 20 % up to 40 days prior arrival, 40 % up to 20 days, 80 % up to 7 days, 100 % as of 6 days prior arrival  
  • Hotel Check in between 3 and 4 PM, check out 11-12 Am, early check in or late check out are subject to availability and may be charged
  • Meals are provided in standard times, whenever there is need for a packed meal, advance notice need be given
  • An agency contract will be signed between the parts to regulate the business relation


Disclaimer / Confidentiality

  • All rates are confidential, and programs are property of RIDA Al Aalamia.
  • Content of the mail is intended for the recipient only, and it is confidential.
  • Kindly notify the sender whenever you are not the mentioned recipient.
  • All correspondence and data are treated privacy friendly.
  • Nothing in the content shall be intended as an electronic signature.    


Important note:

  • Rates are subject to change depending on new regulations to be established due to Covid-19. There is a strong possibility that new implementations will be applied to visit sites, museums, hotel rooms and transport, so prices may change in the near future. They may also change the hours of operation of the sites. We will inform you of any updates related to this matter.
What to Expect

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Day 1Casablanca – Marrakesh (D)

  • Arrival at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport
  • Meet and greet by the representative
  • Start the day to discover the secrets of this old-world city in Morocco’s economic capital, visit medinas and squares of Casablanca
  • Continue to visit the famous Hassan II Mosque, enjoy free time to stroll down the Ain Diab Corniche
  • Later, visit the Habbous Quarter and historic Mehkama
  • Then, depart to Marrakesh
  • transfer to hotel for check-in, dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 2Marrakesh – Ouarzazate (B/L/D)

  • Breakfast at hotel and check out
  • Proceed to Ouarzazate, where Lawrence of Arabia, Gladiator and The Mummy were filmed
  • Cross the Tizi-n-Tichka pass in the Atlas Mountains, enjoy the perfect nature and amazing landscapes
  • Continue to visit the well-preserved Aït Benhaddou kasbah, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Lunch at local restaurant
  • Check-in, dinner and overnight at hotel

Day 3Ouarzazate – Zagora (B/L/D)

  • Breakfast at hotel and check out
  • Proceed to Zagora, enjoy an experience the life of a Berber at a desert camp in the Sahara
  • Continue to cross the shifting sand dunes on the back of a camel
  • Lunch at a local restaurant
  • Check-in, dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 4Zagora – Marrakech (B/L/D)

  • Breakfast at the hotel and check out
  • Departure to Marrakech
  • Start the day to visit Menara gardens, provides a refreshing and welcome respite from soaring Moroccan temperatures and Museum of Marrakech, an art museum located in the old center of Marrakesh, Morocco
  • Continue to visit Koutoubia Mosque, the largest mosque in Marrakesh, Morocco and the bustling square of Jemaa el-Fna, watch the daily life among the market stands 
  • Lunch at a local restaurant
  • Check-in, dinner and overnight at the hotel

Day 5Marrakech (B/L/D)

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Start the day to visit picturesque gardens of Marrakech, an authentic Moroccan “tagine” and maze-like streets of the Medina
  • Continue to visit Saadian Tombs, near the Kasbah Mosque and Bahia Palace, the masterpieces of Moroccan architecture and the major monuments of the country’s cultural heritage
  • Later, visit Majorelle gardens, the most delightful and stunning spots within this red-walled city and Dar Si Said, displaying ornate artisanal Moroccan objects
  • Lunch at local restaurant
  • Dinner and Overnight at the hotel

Day 6Marrakech – Casablanca (B)

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Free activities at your own leisure till check out from hotel
  • Will be transferred to the airport for departing flight

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