You know you want to take a trip to Morocco and maybe you even have a few ideas of what you’ll do. But, if you’re stuck scratching your head and wondering what are all the things to do in Morocco, I’m going to give you a little bit of a jumpstart.
There is really no shortage of things that you can do, though some will require a little more time, effort, and research than others.
Start Brainstorming Great Things To Do in Morocco!
Don’t have a specific city in mind yet for your trip? To start brainstorming your time in the country, these posts can give you inspiration and ideas of where you might want to go and things you may want to do.
Best Things to do in Morocco: City Guides
While you’ll find plenty of activities in every city in Morocco, many of the larger cities are more typically visited by tourists and have more things to do. If your trip calls on any of these cities than you’ll want to check out some of these options for cool and unique things to do.
Morocco Adventure Trips
There’s no shortage of adventure activities to do in Morocco – you can easily create a Morocco adventure trip with just a little planning. Whether you choose soft adventures like a kayak trip or something more hardcore like rock climbing there’s something for you!
Things to do in Morocco Month by Month
If you’re still undecided on when you will travel to Morocco, you may want to check out the month-by-month offers. In each of these monthly breakdowns I share things like “what’s the Tangier weather like in July,” or “what are the best cities to visit in October,” plus so much more – think things like festivals and concerts.
Things to do in Morocco with Kids
Do your travel plans include bringing kids to Morocco? You’re in luck because Morocco is a fantastic destination to visit with kids of all ages. Not only are they welcome most everywhere you’re likely to have a much different (and in some cases better) experience if you’re traveling with your kids. You can do activities like take a free tour in Marrakech or walk around the medina of Tangier, or choose from some of these great activities – most of which we’ve done with our kids!