Best time for Morocco

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  1. activecampers

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    What is the best time to visit and tour Morocco?
    e.g. when its warm, not wet, not VERY hot, and not freezing at night.

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  2. Tony Lee

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    Morocco is not just a small area subject to the same climate all over. In the middle of winter there are large areas that can be subject to freezing conditions and heavy snow, while not far away you can have heavy rainfall and mild conditions and in another direction, warm sunny days and cool nights. Go right to the disputed areas in the south and it can be hot.

    We spent three months there beginning right at the end of december and we experienced all of these conditions as we travelled from north to south down through the middle, then west and further south and then back to the middle, then east and finally along the northern coast.
    Certainly not boring weather and nothing that got too extreme either.

    Middle of summer might be tolerable in the mountains at altitude and maybe along the mediterranean, but from what I have been told, much of it is similar to central Australia - a good place to stay out of.
     
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  3. Detourer

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    April or September.........:Smile:

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  4. vwalan

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    hi, i think the best time is december to march . november is usually wet in the north end of march/april can be windy. after that its warm in europe. could be /willbe snow in the mountains . beat the euro cold n get south .after all 3 months is enough by then your getting abit ready to head north. spain n portugal are grrat in april so take the slow road home via the algarve n west coast. see you in november in spain looking forward to a dry winter.ha,ha.
     

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