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Planning a trip to Morocco

22nd Jun to 27th Jun, 2024Moderate Budget Flight
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Things to do in Morocco in June

Day 1 - Sunday 23rd, Jun
morning -

Arrive in Marrakech Menara Airport and check into your accommodation.

afternoon -

Explore the Bahia Palace, a stunning palace and gardens showcasing Moroccan architecture and design.

evening -

Visit Jemaa el-Fnaa, the main square and market place in Marrakech. Experience the lively atmosphere, street food and local performers.

Day 2 - Monday 24th, Jun
morning -

Visit the Saadian Tombs, an ancient royal necropolis known for its stunning architecture and peaceful gardens.

afternoon -

Explore the enchanting Jardin Majorelle, a botanical garden with vibrant flora and the Berber Museum.

evening -

Dine at Restaurant Nomad for modern Moroccan cuisine with a rooftop view of the city.

Day 3 - Tuesday 25th, Jun
morning -

Take a day trip to the Atlas Mountains and visit the Ourika Valley for stunning natural scenery and Berber villages.

afternoon -

Enjoy a traditional Berber meal at a local restaurant in the Atlas Mountains.

evening -

Return to Marrakech and relax at a hammam, a traditional Moroccan steam bath, for a rejuvenating experience.

Day 4 - Wednesday 26th, Jun
morning -

Travel to Essaouira, a coastal city known for its beautiful beaches and blue and white medina.

afternoon -

Visit the Skala de la Ville, a seafront fortification offering panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean.

evening -

Enjoy fresh seafood at a local restaurant near the port, such as Chez Sam or Elizir.

Day 5 - Thursday 27th, Jun
morning -

Take a stroll through Essaouira's medina for some last-minute souvenir shopping and soaking up the local atmosphere.

afternoon -

Head back to Marrakech or the airport for departure from Morocco.

Weather in Morocco in Invalid date
Avg Temp23°C to 35°C
Chance of Rain10%

The weather in Marrakesh in June is hot and dry, with average temperatures between 23 and 35 degrees Celsius. There is little chance of rain and the sun is strong, so be sure to protect yourself from the sun. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Travel eSims for Morocco

*Travel eSims are a great way to stay connected while travelling. They are easy to set up online, no need to visit a store, and can be used in multiple countries. They are a data saver compared to international roaming and are compatible with most phones.

Things to Carry on your trip to Morocco

Clothing & Apparel

Light, breathable clothing -

Cotton or linen fabrics are ideal for the warm weather.

Comfortable walking shoes -

You'll be doing a lot of walking, so make sure your shoes are supportive and comfortable.

Hat -

To protect yourself from the sun.

Modest clothing -

Morocco is conservative country so respectful dress is appreciated.


Sunglasses -

Essential for protecting your eyes from the sun.

Scarf or bandana -

Can be used for sun protection, warmth, or as a fashion accessory.

Small backpack or daypack -

For carrying your essentials while you're exploring.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport and visa -

Make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond your intended stay.

Travel insurance -

To protect yourself against unexpected events.

Currency or credit cards -

Check the exchange rate and make sure to have enough local currency or credit cards for your needs.

Basic first-aid kit -

For minor cuts, scrapes, or illnesses.

Hand sanitizer -

To keep your hands clean, especially when you're on the go.

Reusable water bottle -

Stay hydrated, especially in the warm weather.

Good to have

Travel towel -

Quick-drying and compact, great for after a swim or shower.

Travel adapters -

Make sure you have the right adaptors for your electronics.

Laundry bag -

Keep your dirty clothes separate from your clean clothes.

Small flashlight -

Handy for navigating in dark areas or during power outages.

Guidebook or phrasebook -

To help you learn about the local culture and communicate with locals.


Smartphone -

For staying connected, taking photos, and using travel apps.

Camera -

Capture your memories of this beautiful country.

Headphones -

For listening to music or podcasts while you're on the go.

Power bank -

To keep your electronics charged up.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Cash and credit cards are widely accepted in Morocco, but it's always a good idea to have some local currency on hand for small purchases and tips.

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