Morocco is a culture-vulture's paradise. Islamic monuments, Berber kasbahs, Roman ruins, hamams, souks, cafes, snack stalls, trippy mosaics, smoky hookahs, touts, Marrakesh, Casablanca...this is eastern oriental heaven at it's best! To get under the skin of Morocco read, Leonora Peet's 'Women of Marrakesh', watch the classic film, 'Lawrence of Arabia' and listen to the sounds of Master Musicians of Joujouka.
Best time to visit: October to April. The average temperature in Morocco is 17.3°C. The highest average temperature is 27°C in August and the lowest average is 7°C in January.
The most important ingredients in Moroccon cooking are lemons, olives, figs, dates and almonds. Seafood and fish is more popular than beef, though lamb and poultry are common enough.
Copper vessels, fezes, Berber carpets, leather goods, spices, olives, metal and wood work, hookahs.
The best and easiest way to see the highlights is on an escorted tour, where all your travel, accommodation and sightseeing arrangements are well taken care of. A knowledgeable local guide brings history and culture to life as you travel in the comfort of your deluxe coach.
Emirates and Qatar Airways provide good connections out of India and on certain days Etihad Airways has good connections into Casablanca.
If you choose to travel by coach, the Compagnie de Transport Marocains (CTM) and other private companies offer comfort and convenience for a pleasant journey.
Within cities, choose from taxis, buses and trams (in Casablanca and Rabat). Rates are regulated and all taxis have meters. For a quaint ride, hop aboard a horse-drawn carriage in Marrakesh or Taroudant.
If you decide to rent a car, there are plenty of agencies at your disposal. Cars drive on the right and most vehicles have manual transmissions. Road signs are in French and Arabic. There are national highways that run north-south to serve all of Morocco.
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