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Morocco, in North Africa, is an incredible country with rich cultures and a number of vibrant Morocco cities to discover, some of which are old imperial cities including Rabat, the capital of Morocco. Brightsun Travel offers cheap Morocco holiday packages available all year round, so that you can embark on a city or beach escape with a difference on your next holiday to Africa. Morocco is less than a 4 hour flight from London, yet visiting here will feel like you’re a world away. 

With coastlines lined along the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, Morocco is an ideal beach destination. The country is also home to the stunning Atlas Mountains, offering once-in-a-lifetime hiking experiences. Away from its beaches and nature, Morocco has a melting pot of cultures and charming architectural wonders that take you back in time to a bygone era, from mosques and palaces to riads and other stunning religious centres. 

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Diwane Hotel & Spa Marrakech

Diwane Hotel 24 Rue Yougoslavie, Marrakech 40000, Morocco

Bed and Breakfast 3 Nights
From £279 per person View Offer

Valeria Dar Atlas Resort All Inclusive

Route de Fès, Marrakech 40000, Morocco

All Inclusive 3 Nights
From £359 per person View Offer

Riad Kniza Marrakech

34 Derb l'Hotel Bab Doukala, Marrakech 40000, Morocco

Bed and Breakfast 5 Nights
From £779 per person View Offer

Hyatt Regency Casablanca

Place des Nations Unies, Casablanca 20000, Morocco

Bed and Breakfast 5 Nights
From £809 per person View Offer

Le Casablanca Hotel

19 Boulevard Moulay Rachid, Casablanca, Morocco

Room Only 5 Nights
From £949 per person View Offer

Top Destinations In Morocco



Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city allows you to experience a contemporary side of Morocco. Take full advantage of Casablanca’s urban tram network and discover world-class shopping malls, trendy art hubs, art-deco architecture, and impressive sightseeing attractions - the city boasts some of Morocco’s finest French colonial structures.  



Marrakesh, also known as Marrakech, delights all of the senses. This cultural city is renowned for its art galleries, year-round sunshine, exotic food, and ancient souks selling traditional Moroccan items. There are also plenty of beautiful recreational areas to explore in Marrakesh including parks and gardens, plus spas offering relaxing hamman treatments. 

Helpful Information About Morocco 

Morocco Currency: You’ll be spending Moroccan dirhams 

Language: Moroccan Arabic and Berber 

Local Time: 1 hour ahead of GMT  

Flight Time from the UK: Approximately 3.5-4hrs  

Tourist Information: Visit the official Moroccan tourist information site for lots of helpful information regarding upcoming events, where to go, what to do, and how to get around. 

Health/Travel Restrictions: To travel to Morocco, British citizens need a valid passport. A visa is not required. For up to date travel advice and health recommendations visit the government’s travel advice for Morocco. 

Other FAQs:

Q: Where is Morocco?

A: Morocco is located in northwest Africa, sharing land borders with Algeria and Western Sahara. 

Q: Is Morocco safe?

A: Morocco is a relatively safe country, however criminal activity does occasionally take place, including petty crime involving tourists such as theft, harassment, and street attacks. It is advised to stay vigilant at all times, avoid quiet regions, and don’t carry valuables with you. 

Q: Can you drink in Morocco?

A: Yes, you are able to drink in Morocco. Alcohol is readily available in licensed bars and hotels across the country. Please note that drinking alcohol on the street or anywhere unlicensed is prohibited. 

Q: Is Morocco a Muslim country?

A: Yes, Morocco is predominately a Muslim nation, following Islamic customs. 

Top Things to do in Morocco 

A trip to Casablanca is incomplete without visiting the stunning Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in all of Africa. Other top things to do in Casablanca include The Corniche, which overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and makes for a scenic sunset stroll, the Grand Theatre of Casablanca, the Villa Des Arts Museum, and the Casablanca Cathedral.  

Alternatively, fly into Marrakesh and explore one of the world's largest open air markets – the Medina of Marrakesh, where local traders gather to showcase spices, gold, exotic scents, street food, and souvenirs, to name a few. Afterwards you can escape the craziness of the Marrakesh market scene and enter the city’s Secret Garden, built from the ruins of a historic palace, and climb to the top of its central viewing tower to enjoy splendid views over Marrakesh. The Marrakech nightlife scene is also impressive! 

Weather in Morocco 

Morocco is a hot country that is known to have extreme heat, however due to its location at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, there’s a welcome breeze that reduces how hot it feels there. The country’s hottest months are July and August, with temperatures reaching highs of 37 degrees Celsius. Between January and April, Morocco sees more rainfall. The best time to visit Morocco would be either in May or September, when rainfall and humidity is low, but there’s still plenty of daily sunshine. 

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