Morocco, the crossroads of Africa, Europe and Arabia, is a country with rich culture and traditions. With high peaks of Atlas, long coasts and vast spread of Saharan dunes the country has been on the wish list of every traveller. Travel to the seaside town of Asilah for the best beaches, go trekking on the Atlas passes for breathtaking views of the landscape, witness towering canyons at Todra Gorge or go camel riding in the Sahara desert and spend a night under the glittering stars. Apart from an abundance of natural landscapes, the region’s rich history makes it a hot spot for iconic monuments such as the Koutoubia mosque and the Tin Mal mosque. Fez, the capital city is home to world’s second oldest university. The geographical diversity is just the backdrop to what really lies in Morocco. It is the people, the culture, their colourful craftwork, and their world-renowned spices. With its diverse landscapes, its history, and its people Morocco weaves a magic that attracts visitors from around the world. This enchanting land of tradition and customs is a doorway to Africa, the second largest continent of the world.
The best times to visit Morocco are from mid-March to May and from September to October. From mid-March to May the landscapes are lush and green. For a pleasant weather one can go in September and October of the autumn season.
Budget Travellers: ₹ 1,000 - ₹ 1,500 a day
For Mid-range Travellers: ₹ 3,000 to ₹ 3,500 a day
For Luxury Travellers: ₹ 7,000 and upwards
Nationals of India with a normal passport and a valid visa issued by Canada, the USA or a Schengen Member State can obtain a visaon arrival for a maximum stay of 30 days and at a cost of $10. For others, you need to pre-apply for visa. The cost for a single entry tourist visa is ₹1,413 and for multiple entry visa is ₹2,120.