The Moroccan Climate
The Moroccan climate is in the image of its geography: very contrasted by the regions! Mediterranean to the north, Oceanic on the West Coast, continental inland, mountainous on the heights of the Atlas and Desert to the south (you are saving microclimates specific to certain zones).
The advantage of this large climatic and territorial variety is that Morocco always offers at least one pleasant region to visit throughout the year.
Apart from the questions of a meteorological nature, you will ensure that your stay does not coincide with the month of Ramadan (especially in the context of a first trip).
It’s dated vary according to the years with a lag of about 11 days. For Moroccans (in their majority), this period is synonymous with fasting and abstinence from sunrise to sunset. For tourists, this religious interlude presents a very impractical side to eat or make visits (many closures and disrupted times). Nevertheless, the seemingly lethargic atmosphere during the day gives way to a festive atmosphere from nightfall, and this period a little peculiar in the life of Moroccans will delight lovers of culture and sociology.
If Ramadan is generally rather avoided, your trip may coincide (you wish) with one of the many festivals and moussems that are celebrated all over the country.