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Cheap flights to Morocco

Popular in June High demand for flights, 20% potential price rise
Cheapest in March Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop
Average price $1,032 Average for round-trip flights in syyskuuta 2020
Round-trip from $949 From Las Vegas to Casablanca
One-way from $212 One-way flight from Las Vegas to Casablanca
Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.

Are there currently restrictions on travel to Morocco related to COVID-19?

There are current restrictions for travel to Morocco at this time. These restrictions are for the safety of Morocco citizens and travelers alike and are as follows: Morocco's borders are open only to returning Moroccan residents and citizens. Family members (defined as “first degree” relatives: children, spouse, parents) accompanying an eligible traveler may enter Morocco, but require a “livret de famille” (family register) to travel. Travelers needing this should contact their nearest Moroccan Consulate before traveling. Anyone entering Morocco must undergo COVID-19 testing within 48 hours of departure. They must show a PCR test AND an antibody test. These two tests will be required at boarding when traveling by air. Those who travel to Morocco by sea will have the choice between providing the results of their own tests when boarding OR undergoing testing on the ferry. Upon arriving in Morocco, the travelers will undergo a clinical examination: a temperature check and examination by a doctor. They will have to sign a statement on oath, and download the tracking app ‘Wiqaytna’. Anyone who presents symptoms of COVID-19 will be accommodated for 7 days in dedicated structures. All others will have to sign a declaration of voluntary isolation at home and to repeat a PCR test after 7 days, which must also prove to be negative.. If you must travel during this time and are allowed to based on current restrictions, please stay informed about updated travel safety tips.

Cheapest Prices for Morocco flights by month

January
$724
February
$728
March
$826
April
$882
May
$846
June
$1,003
July
$1,018
August
$933
September
$822
October
$810
November
$830
December
$797
At the present moment the cheapest month to fly to Morocco is currently January; with July being the most expensive. Prices will vary depending on multiple factors such as booking in advance, airline and departure airports and times.

When is the best time to fly to Morocco?

Choose a month below to see average flight price and weather conditions.
LAS - CMN
Price
$724 - $1,243
CMN
Temperature
62.6 - 78.8 °F
CMN
Rainfall
0.12 - 3.19 inches
Flying to Morocco in January is usually considered the best time to fly. However, you will find other deals are always available year round. July tends to be the warmest period in Morocco so if you are looking for sun or warmer climates then look to fly around this time. November is the wettest if you need to factor this in to your plans.

When is the best time to book a flight to Morocco?

Booking 0 days in advance of your planned departure date is, on average, the best time to get cheap flights to Morocco. The general trend is that the closer you book to the departure date, the more expensive your flight will be.

Which day is cheapest to fly to Morocco?

At the moment, Saturday is the most economical day to take a flight to Morocco. Friday is likely to be the most costly.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Morocco?

Morocco flights can be made cheaper if you choose a flight at noon. Booking a flight in the evening will likely mean higher prices.

Best Time to Fly to Morocco

Peak Season

Morocco’s weather is tourist-friendly most of the year, but there are a few particulars to keep in mind depending on your purpose of travel. On the Atlantic-Mediterranean coastline, June through September are the most pleasant times to visit Morocco for a stay on the beaches or time outside with the locals. October through April are the cooler months inland and when most travelers book flights to Morocco.

Off Season

Morocco can experience extreme weather conditions. Winter in the higher regions can be bitter cold. Travelers booking flights to Morocco for ski season (December to March) should plan ahead and park warm clothes.

Why you should take a flight to Morocco

There’s nothing spicier than Morocco. The minute your flight to Morocco lands, you know you’re somewhere special. Just take a tour through Tangier, Casablanca or Marrakech and you’ll be swathed in the scents of African and Moroccan culture. The country is a hotbed of debate and tension, but the people are passionate and the culture is compelling. Whether your trip finds you rubbing elbows with the elite in Casablanca, or rocking the Kasbah with the locals in Tangier, before you leave this eccentric country you’ll be booking your return airline tickets to Morocco.

Save money on a cheap flight to Morocco and spend the extra cash at one of the country’s colorful outdoor markets in Marrakech, Fès or Rabat. Morocco’s resort towns are also home to breathtaking deserts and soft sand dunes, perfect for exploring in an off-road adventure. The heart of Morocco is Tangier, and it’s no more apparent than when you first meet the people. From school books to snake charming, and rug making to Moroccan cooking, the people of Tangier hold their history sacred. Book a trip to Morocco to see this thriving culture for yourself.

If there’s one thing you’ll want to take with you on your return Morocco trip, it’s the country’s impressive crafts. From leather to jewelry, ceramics, and pottery, to carpet designs featuring intense colors and patterns, there’s no boarding your Morocco flight back home without taking a little bit of the country’s culture with you.

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How long is the flight to Morocco?

The flight to Morocco, depending on point of departure will be from 23h and 40m, with two stops (in New York and Madrid) after departing Los Angeles to a shorter 6h 45m nonstop flight departing New York. Most flights will have a stopover or two, with the longer flights coming in at a lower price when multiple stops are built into the journey. Some common stopovers are Madrid, New York, Lisbon, Paris, and Barcelona.

Which cities offer direct flights to Morocco?

Morocco has several international airports to which flights from Europe and the United States can arrive, including Casablanca, Marrakesh, Agadir, and Tangier. However, the biggest and busiest of them all is the Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca. Most long-distance flights arrive in this airport, and some of the most common cities with departures include New York’s JFK, Washington DC’s Dulles, Boston’s Logan International Airport, Chicago’s O’Hare, Los Angeles International Airport, and Orlando’s International Airport.

What is the best way to travel around Morocco?

Trains are often noted as the best way to traverse the mountainous and desert regions that dominate Morocco’s landscape. Songs have even been written about them, including the trains from Marrakech. There are routes from Tangier, Rabat, Casablanca and separate networks between Meknes and Fez. Buses are not for all, but luxury travel buses are now becoming commonplace and a good option for general sightseeing and touring. A taxi can be shared or hired independently, and there are some domestic airlines that can make travel faster and easier, though it is not common for travelers to use this form of transportation.

What are some things to do in Morocco?

Most of the activities in Morocco emphasize the natural landscape or the excitement of the exotic and beautiful cities. With authentic souqs (open-air markets) in major cities, stunning medieval and crusader era towns and fortresses, and the panoramic beauty of the Atlas Mountains, the Sahara, and the seaside, it is possible to spend an entire journey exploring only the landscapes and walking through the towns and cities.
However, there are enormous mosques to view, ancient fortresses, squares, and promenades to explore. Shopping and dining are essential, and there are many world-class gardens, such as the famous Majorelle in Marrakech. What cannot be missed, however, is the Jemaa Al Fnaa, a tremendous market and square in the Medina quarter, or Old City, of gorgeous Marrakesh. For amazing shopping and bargaining, sightseeing and general experience, it is an essential part of a visit to Morocco.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly to Morocco?

Citizens of the United States will require a valid passport (good for 90 days) in order to enter Morocco, but will not need a visa if they will be staying 90 days or less. Visas are challenging to obtain, however, and it is essential to consider this when travel planning as many describe a visa extension as time-consuming and deeply frustrating.

What is the climate like in Morocco?

Morocco’s climate has extreme temperatures in the inland areas, but cooler, more pleasant temperatures closer to the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Marrakesh temperatures average 70 F in the winter and 100 F in the summer. The Atlas Mountains have snow nearly all year round, and temperatures sometimes fall below zero. During the winter, the north is wet and rainy, but the south is dry and very cold as it approaches the Moroccan Sahara.

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What is the best way to travel around Morocco?

Royal Air Maroc offers domestic Morocco flights from Casablanca. There is a limited train network in Morocco, but fares are reasonable. Shared taxis – carrying up to six passengers – are very popular and are a cheap way to get around the country. The bus system is regular and cheap with a good network. Ferries operate from Algeciras to Tangier and from Sete in France to Tangier. There are also services between Gibraltar and Tangier.

The following chart gives approximate journey times from Casablanca (in hours and minutes) to other major cities and towns in Morocco.

Air Road Rail
Rabat 0.30 1.30 1.00
Marrakech 0.30 4.00 4.00
Tangier 0.50 6.00 6.00
Laayoune 1.30 20.00

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What is good to know if travelling to Morocco?

  • Marrakech, the “red city”, sits against the High Atlas Mountains. The heartbeat of the city is Djemaa el fna, the famous square, which attracts the colorful street performers such as the snake charmers, musicians, acrobats and storytellers. The busy souks (markets) are worth a visit too.
  • Fes el-Bali (Old Fes) medina dates from the 8th century. It has all the charm one would expect from one of the biggest living medieval cities in the world: a maze of souks; the Place an-Nejjarine with its Nejjarine Museum of Wood Arts and Crafts; Qaraouyine University, founded in 859; and the tanners’ quarter with its giant vats of dye and accompanying smell (some would say “stench”) of curing skins. Fez el Djedid is new Fez, established in the 13th century, and home to the Royal Palace, the Mellah, the Jewish quarter, and more souks. Ville Nouvelle, built by the French, is the youngest part of the city. It has wide boulevards and tree-lined avenues.
  • The Atlantic Coast of Morocco takes in the towns of Essaouira, very popular with wind surfers as well as sun worshippers, and Agadir, where the kasbah offers fantastic views over the town.
  • “Play it again Sam” – Casablanca, the fabled port city boasts the Hassan II Mosque, built in the 1980s by King Hassan II. It is the world’s second-largest religious building after Mecca. Other noted features are its minaret (the world’s tallest) and the fact that it was built on reclaimed land on a promontory looking out towards the Atlantic Ocean; the water can be seen through a glass floor. It cost up to $800 million to build.
  • Rabat, the capital, overlooks the Atlantic. Tourist must-sees include the Mausoleum of Mohammed V, Hassan Tower and Andalusian gardens, popular with the women of Rabat. Nearby, see the Necropolis of Chellah, the medieval ruins.

 

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