Cheap flights to Morocco

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Flights to Morocco in 2022

Flight route prices based on searches on Cheapflights within the last 3 days, monthly prices based on aggregated historical data.
Popular inDecemberHigh demand for flights, 4% potential price rise
Cheapest inFebruaryBest time to find cheap flights, 1% potential price drop
Average price$1,391Average for return flights in May 2022
Return from$1,661From Sydney Kingsford Smith to Casablanca Mohamed V
One-way from$842One-way flight from Sydney Kingsford Smith (SYD) to Morocco

Cheap flights to Morocco in May, June 2022

The best prices found for CMN flights for May, June
8 Jun. - 17 Aug.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

RAK

Marrakech Menara

3 stops

45h 00m
RAK

Marrakech Menara

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

28h 50m
$2,269

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 23/5/22

5 Jun. - 3 Sep.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

CMN

Casablanca Mohamed V

2 stops

57h 45m
CMN

Casablanca Mohamed V

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

1 stop

22h 20m
$2,349

Qantas Airways

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Deal found 24/5/22

12 Jun. - 15 Sep.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

RAK

Marrakech Menara

2 stops

45h 10m
RAK

Marrakech Menara

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

25h 25m
$2,354

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 23/5/22

Morocco 2022 flight deals

Cheap flights to Morocco found for this year
14 Nov. - 30 Nov.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

RAK

Marrakech Menara

2 stops

51h 40m
RAK

Marrakech Menara

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

42h 20m
$1,294

SWISS

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Deal found 23/5/22

11 Nov. - 28 Nov.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

RAK

Marrakech Menara

2 stops

53h 25m
RAK

Marrakech Menara

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

32h 30m
$1,435

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 25/5/22

3 Nov. - 8 Dec.
SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

CMN

Casablanca Mohamed V

2 stops

39h 55m
CMN

Casablanca Mohamed V

SYD

Sydney Kingsford Smith

2 stops

28h 55m
$1,661

Multiple Airlines

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Deal found 24/5/22

When is the best time to fly to Morocco?

Average Morocco flight ticket prices and weather conditions for 2022 and 2023 by month

SYD - CMN

Price

$1,593 - $2,852

CMN

Temperature

12 - 22 °C

CMN

Rainfall

0 - 70 mm

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

Booking 60 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?

The cheapest flights to Morocco are usually found when departing on a Monday. The departure day with the highest cost at present is Friday.

What time of day is cheapest to fly to Morocco?

At the moment, flights in the morning are likely to offer the best value for money for your Morocco trip. A flight at midday will more often than not be of higher cost.

Where are the most popular flight destinations in Morocco?

Popular flight destinations in Morocco include Casablanca, Marrakech, Rabat, Agadir and Fez.

Morocco is a beguiling country of bustling, colourful souks and serene mountain landscapes, towering minarets and Berber villages. Just a short ferry ride from Spain, it’s a popular spot with Europeans who take cheap flights to Morocco to bask on the beaches of Essaouira and Agadir – cheaper than several European holiday destinations – and take short breaks in the legendary, imperial cities of Rabat, Fes, Marrakech and Meknes.

Morocco is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea to the west, Algeria and Mauritania to the east. The Atlas Mountains dominate the centre and south of Morocco, the Rif Mountains in the north.

Rabat is the modern capital, a city with stunning architecture, while Fes is the ancient capital, boasting the world’s largest medieval Islamic settlement. It is considered by many to be the cultural heart of Morocco.

Marrakech is beautiful, famous for its central square, the Djemaa el Fna, and for its hustle and bustle. Everything is on sale in the souks, or so it seems.

Tangiers has a slightly raffish reputation, based on its fairly recent past. It was a magnet for rich Europeans and Americans looking for a permissive society. Tangiers has long captivated writers and artists, such as William S. Burroughs and the Rolling Stones and its mix of North African cultures is no less appealing today.

Morocco climate

There are three types of climate in Morocco. The north and Rif mountains have a Mediterranean climate. To the south (the Sahara), the climate is described as arid. Atlantic breezes moderate the high temperatures along the coast.

When is the best time to fly to Morocco?

Morocco is a four-season destination and the high and low seasons will depend on what you want to do when you get there. Many visitors think April and May are the best months to see Morocco. For city breaks, Marrakech is best seen in the spring and winter months – it gets very hot in the summer.

The summer months – June through September – are busiest in resorts such as Agadir as this is when schools are out in Europe, but the winter months are popular too, with visitors fleeing harsh Northern European winters. Some parts of the country will be off-limits at certain times of the year. Parts of the Atlas Mountains will be inaccessible, due to snow fall, between December and February and the Sahara Desert will be at its hottest between late June and August (the best months to visit the Sahara are October through November). April and May are the busiest times in Essaouira, as it’s quite windy during the summer months.

The ski season (at Mischliffen and Oukaïmeden, for example) is short – January to March.

Getting around Morocco

Royal Air Maroc, the flag carrier, has an extensive domestic network. It’s the quickest, if priciest, way of getting around Morocco.

The train network takes in the major cities – Tangier to Marrakech for example – and are comfortable and fast. While the train network is not extensive, ONCF, the rail operator, provides the coaches of its SUPRATOURS subsidiary to continue the journey.

Taxis – “petit” (in towns) or “grand” (between towns). The “petit” taxis should be metered, but if it’s not try to settle on a fare before you set off. The “grand” taxis are shared taxis and this is a great way to experience the country.

Buses are cheaper than the shared taxis and operate more regular routes.

Renting a car is a good idea if you want to see more out-of-the-way parts of Morocco. Select a local agency, rather than an international chain, for the best prices and be careful driving at night as many fellow road-users – such as donkeys, bicycles and mopeds – may not have lights.

What is good to know if travelling to Morocco?

  • On summer nights in Tangier, Cinématèque de Tanger – once the Art Deco Rif cinema – projects arthouse films onto the Grand Socco, the busy, popular marketplace.
  • Another must-do in Tangier is Café Hafa. The cafe, which looks across the Bay of Tangier, opened in 1921 and has been host to such luminaries as Paul Bowles, William Burroughs and the Rolling Stones. The mint tea is the specialty.
  • In the village of Imilchil, in the Atlas, beyond the Gorge of Ziz, a wedding festival is held every September. During the festival, young men and women, who usually must follow tribal customs, are allowed to choose a partner for themselves.
  • Ouarzazate , in the centre of Morocco, is the movie-making capital of the country. Several Hollywood blockbusters have been filmed here including Lawrence Of Arabia, Gladiator, The Last Temptation Of Christ and Star Wars.
  • Casablanca, the port city of “Play It Again, Sam” fame, boasts the Hassan II Mosque. Built in the 1980s by King Hassan II, it is one of the largest religious buildings in the world. Its minaret – at 210m – is the tallest in the world and it was built on reclaimed land on a promontory looking out across the Atlantic Ocean. The water can be seen through the glass floor.
  • Fez el-Bali (Old Fez) 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.

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