Winter and Summer in one day

Winter and summer in one day is what you can experience if you travel to Morocco. Many people think that Morocco has just cities like Tangier or Casablanca; However, the landscape of Morocco is very varied, and so is its climate. We recommend that, if you are going to travel to Morocco, you carefully look at our website and choose which destinations to visit. This will help you choose your clothes and your travel gear.
As we have already talked about in our post about the Draa Valley, the landscape oftenly changes, traveling from Marrakech to Ouarzazate, but there are other areas where you can find surprises.
If you head north from Merzouga to visit Fez, Chefchaouen, or Meknes, the weather changes are considerable.
It’s a long road, but we know the right stops to make the trip more enjoyable. A pause in the lagoons, in the river, in a natural park or in one of the towns, makes the tour more interesting. As for the weather, it is true that you should bring luggage and shoes for all types of weather. We can start the day in Merzouga with a tank top and flip-flops, and finish with a sweater and a closed shoe. Starting the road to the north, we will go from the golden sands of Sahara to the green and lush landscapes in which we can easily find a snowfall like this. That means, to go from winter to summer in a day or even in a few hours. Later we will travel to Chefchaouen, which is a town nestled in the mountains, so the heat is not usually excessive, and we will continue to Tangier, again on the coast, where the climate is warmer again. We have had experiences in which, during the break in the snow, a tourist could not get off the vehicle because she was wearing flip flops.
If you are thinking of traveling to Morocco next year, contact us and we will give you the best advices, adapted to your tastes and your pocket.

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