Flights to Morocco
Flights to Morocco
A Trip to Morocco
Hidden alleys, salty breezes and golden deserts await you in Morocco, tailor-made for the curious traveller. This exotic country always has something unexpected to offer. Enjoy the charm of towering minarets, rugged coastlines, forested hills, vibrant traditions and ancient medinas.
No airlines flying direct from India to Morocco. Other airlines flying to Morocco are Etihad Airways, Turkish Airlines, Kenya Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa, EgyptAir, Qatar Airways, British Airways, Swiss, Saudia, KLM, Austrian Airlines, Air France, Aeroflot.
How to find cheap flights to Morocco?
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- Find the cheapest flight to Morocco with the help of our price alert tool which gives you regular notifications regarding latest fares, after comparing all available airlines’ flight prices.
- If you are looking for a budget holiday, check out Skyscanner’s month view tool and find the cheapest month to fly to Morocco.
Which city is cheap to fly to in Morocco?
If you are looking for the cheapest city to fly to in Morocco, search the countries section on Skyscanner’s homepage. The page gives you a brief description of the country as well as a list of the air fares to all the major cities of the place.
Domestic travel between cities
- Trains are the most preferred means of intercity travel in Morocco. These are fast, frequent and offer comfortable commute. However, the network is limited to only the major cities and towns.
- If you are keen to explore the towns and villages off the beaten track in Morocco, luxury buses are your best choice. They often cover even the remotest location in the country.
- Shared taxis are another popular means of getting around in Morocco. You can also rent cars and go exploring on your own, but make sure that you have enough fuel and a good map to guide you through your trip.
Things to do in Morocco
- Casablanca is home to the world’s second largest mosque, Hassan II. The city also has some stunning colonial architecture that will leave you awestruck. Fez is known for its labyrinth of medieval streets, ancient medina and beautiful city gates. Meknes presents you with a curious blend of western and Islamic architecture that will leave you open-mouthed in wonder.
- Chefchaouen is the perfect location to start exploring the mighty Atlas Mountains. Go on a thrilling camel ride along the Sahara Desert and be spellbound by the Todra Gorge near Tinghir. Explore the valleys of Ourika and Amizmiz, and splash around the azure waters at Asilah and Essaouira.
- A trip to Morocco is never complete without experiencing the Hammam (steam baths). Browse through the colourful souqs and grab some dates, Birad, Djellabah that are unique to this country. Sample the Moroccan cuisine which is every epicurean’s delight.
Before you fly to Morocco
Visa for Indians flying to Morocco
Indian tourists wishing to travel to Morocco can apply to the Embassy of Morocco in New Delhi for a tourist visa of up to 90 days. You need to submit a valid passport, recent passport-size photographs, photocopy of flight bookings and hotel reservations along with the application form and the requisite fees.
Best time to visit Morocco
The best time to visit Morocco is in spring, from March to May and in autumn, from September to October.
Time and weather difference between India and Morocco
The southern part of Morocco enjoys desert climate and the mountainous regions has an alpine climate with snowfall at higher altitudes. Along the coast, the climate is Mediterranean with hot summers and mild winters. Away from the coast, the climate is continental with hotter summers and cold winters.
India is 4 hours and 30 minutes ahead of Morocco.
Currency and exchange rates between India and Morocco
1 Moroccan Dirham equals to approximately 7 Indian Rupees. It is illegal to bring more than MAD 100 outside Morocco; always make a note of the exchange rates before you try to obtain local currency.
Culture and important information to know before you fly to Morocco
Berber and Arabic influence is very evident in the culture of Morocco. Kaftan and Djellaba are the traditional clothing worn by the locals. Most of the architecture found in the country is Islamic in nature. Berber and Moorish dishes are found in Moroccan cuisine. Andalusian classical music, trance music based on Muslim music and Rock-influenced chaabi music are popular in Morocco.
- Be aware of faux tour guides and touts in Morocco.
- Make sure that your train tickets are in order before you embark on your journey.
- Women should dress conservatively as a mark of respect to the native culture.
NOTE: All the above information is correct as of 12th October 2016.
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