Morocco, one of the most exotic place in Africa, that boasts a beautiful blend of Arab, African and western cultures. Just a four hour flight from UK, Morocco, is a fun getaway to pamper yourself with culture, food, and hospitality. This colourful country is not only famous as a cultural hub, it is also known world over for its exquisite handicraft, friendly people and breath taking sites. But before you get on your flight to Morocco, there are a few things you might want to consider.
Right time to go
The right time to visit Morocco depends on what it is you are planning to do there. The best time to visit the place however, is during the months of April and June, and September right up till November. Although people do visit Morocco during the summers, because it coincides with the European holiday season, the summer heat can get a little overwhelming. If you do land up in Morocco when the temperatures are high, you can head out to the beach, where it is relatively cooler. If you want to go trekking on the Atlas Mountain, the best time to schedule a holiday would be in the month of April and June.
Getting your finances sorted
The most important step to plan your Moroccan trip is to start a vacation savings fund at your bank. And a great option is opening an Individual Saving Account. Banks today have great fixed rate ISA deals that add up well for a long term investment. Research what your banks has to offer, and you may find the best isa for travel saving.
Morocco is a fun destination for every kind of tourist. Whether you are looking to spend a few thousand pounds on a luxurious Moroccan escapade, or are on a budget to get the most out of your savings, you will find that every tourist, no matter what their budget, has a good time here.
From trekking and backpacking to surfing, shopping and sightseeing, Morocco is filled with possibilities. There is so much that has to be done, so many places to visit, the time at hand is never enough. The best way to make the best of your time is to do your research at home about what places you would like to visit and things you would like to do. Plan things that are geographically close by, which will save you a lot of travel time. Also make a note of taxi routes and train timings. That come in handy when your there.