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Cheap flights to Morocco

Cheap Flights to Morocco

The Kingdom of Morocco has mountains, desert, and lots of coastline. Tourism makes up a large part of the country's economy. Visitors come to see the ancient Roman ruins, deserts, beaches, and bustling cities. Morocco is an exotic destination that is politically stable and mostly safe to visit. With bright colours and busy bazaars, Morocco is a lively place full of brilliant new sights. You can find the cheapest flights to Morocco by using Skyscanner's flight search feature. Enter your destination and the dates you wish to fly and you will see the cheapest flights available.

Travel Advisories for Canadians

There is no official travel advisory for Canadians visiting Morocco, but a high degree of caution should be used due to the ongoing threat of terrorism. Visitors should avoid the border regions of Western Sahara. The militarized border is a source of ongoing conflict between Morocco and Western Sahara.

What to Do in Morocco

While in Morocco, visit the leather tanneries in Fes. Tanning is done the way it has been for centuries. The tanneries are stinky, but the slippers and handbags made here are beautiful and famous for a reason. Visit a traditional hammam, or steam bath, to have a warm soak, and to meet some of the local people. Hire an official guide and take a trip out into the desert and spend the night in the Sahara. You can sleep in a traditional Bedouin tent in the dunes, but be sure to come out and see how the stars put on their best show over the desert.

When to Go to Morocco

Morocco is a year-round destination and the climate varies based on geography. The desert is hot, it is pleasantly hot on the coast, and the mountains have cooler temperatures. Morocco hosts many festivals through the year, with notable ones being the International Nomads festival in March, the Migration of the Berbers in May and September, and the Gnaoua and World Music Festival in June or July. Go in December to see the Geminids Meteor Shower. Morocco is busiest from July to September when many Moroccans take their vacations. The Islamic fasting month of Ramadan will affect services as many shops are closed during daylight hours, but everything livens up after dark. Spring is generally the best season to visit Morocco for more comfortable temperatures. Use Skyscanner's cheapest month search tool to find out which month has the lowest fares to Morocco.

Getting to Morocco

There are some flights direct from Montreal to Casablanca, but many others will transfer through a European hub like London. Major airports to fly into are Casablanca, Marrakesh, Tangiers, and Rabat. Find all airlines that fly to Morocco here. Visas are not required for Canadians staying in the country for fewer than 90 days, and your passport must be valid for six months after your departure date. If you know when you want to fly to Morocco, sign up for price alerts to get notifications when the price for your chosen flight rises or falls to help you pay the lowest fares possible.

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