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Why Late Spring Is The Best Time To Visit Morocco ?

As an African kingdom with the largest Sahara Desert, Morocco gives you a boiling hot experience. Despite this skin burning adventure, the country is offering diverse cultural norms that are stunningly amazing. Other than the Netherlands, it’s also very blossoming cheap holidays in Morocco when spring is around the corner. Normal temperature with wind tales.  Spring is the season that brings hope, there are only colours and they are much refreshing to the soul and mind.

Morocco is itself quite colourful but sometimes its charming heat becomes a problem for tourist from Europe. If you’re also on the list of heat sensitive people, then spring is a season for you, not too cold and heat won’t make you stay in one place. Don’t feel embarrassed as it’s not in your hands but choosing to travel in a specific season is your choice.

I don’t know why Valentine’s day is associated with February because personally, I feel spring should be the season of Romance. It is the time when hope comes around, so, getting into a relationship or just travelling to the Romantic place with your partner is almost overwhelming in this particular season.

However, it is just a personal opinion, otherwise, you can still make it to Morocco charming beauty with your partner. I have listed some reasons to plan holidays in Morocco during the spring season.

  1. Mild temperature

The temperature of Sahara Desert is quite mild in Spring. It feels farm yet charming at that time. One is not bound to cover them fully and can go relax without getting tanned freely by the sun.

  1. It’s more colourful

Well, Morocco is all about vibrant colours, its gardens, villages, crafts and medinas. It’s all full of exciting city views.

  1. Stunning Atlas peaks

Hiking at the peaks of the mountains. Just enjoy a great view of stunning valleys that are located in the foothills of Atlas Mountains.

  1. Blooming gardens

This is the season when gardens bloom and flowers with diverse colours grow up in the town. Most people resume their morning walks and love to enjoy evening strolls with their loved ones.

  1. Welcome by the hills

There is a wide range of hills to explore in Morocco. Every other city has a small town or villages in the foothill. Tourists are more inspired by these hills that warmly welcome everyone to explore the beautiful view of a country.

So, spend your time chilling at the hills, around the blue washed homes and Kasbahs with friendly people nearby. Enjoy the meal at street side restaurants and try to book your accommodations with locals rather than faraway hotels at the specific corner of the city. Enjoy your morning sipping mint tea and wander around the medinas trying to learn the art of ignoring when not interested.
However, there is no perfect time for planning your holidays. Just ensure some backup plans and start working on your journey. Don’t delay the desire of travelling or you’ll never feel alive. Whatever the season is enjoying the change and uncertainty of travelling. Remember, seasonal holiday planning is for family tours but solo travellers are free from any kind of boundaries that try to limit them.

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Written by Sarah Marry

I am a passionate traveler, visited more than 13 countries, still wandering to explore more beautiful places in the world. Innovative and new places that attract due to its history and special aspects. I recently visited Morocco and found it great. ancient, beautiful and cultured.

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