Marrakech is located in the desert, about two hours to the East of the Atlantic coastline and one hour Northwest of the High Atlas mountains. Although it is a desert city, Marrakech is also an oasis filled with palms, olives, oranges, figs, and many more varieties of plant life. But don’t let all that abundant plant life fool you, because the desert is still there.Winters (December to February) are mild and can be rainy. The days are generally nice, thanks to that hot North African sun But the nights can be pretty chilly. Still, Moroccan winters are mild compared to many other places around the world. If you are heat sensitive, a Winter vacation in Marrakech might be just what you need.Marrakech Summers are very hot and dry with temperatures rising to over 30+ If you are out in the day, you need to make a point of staying hydrated. If you thrive in the sun or live in the desert back home, a Summer visit to Marrakech may work just fine for you. But it is always best to be prepared and to plan some activities that will help you stay out of the hot sun when you need a break.The most popular time for most travelers to Morocco is between March and May, and between September and November. During those times of the year, daytime temperatures average between the low 21 to 33 Celsius. However, the more popular it is with travelers – the more crowded it is likely to be. And if you don’t enjoy crowds, this is yet one more thing to consider.
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