Different areas of Morocco (the coast in the West, mountains in the North, the Atlas inside, the desert of the Sahara in the South East) do different climates across the country, to have Sun, you experience the vibrant cities or walk through the mountains. Light from the sun reaches 13 hours in the desert at 9 or 10 in the Atlantic. In the winter, really above 6 hours of sunshine in the North, arriving at 7 or 8 as you move south. The North Coast (Tangiers) and the Rif (Chefchaouen) mountains have a climate Mediterranean style: warm and usually they are continuous between May and September, warm and sunny days are interspersed with periods of rain through the rest of the year. The coast of the Atlantic Ocean (Casablanca) looks more rainy, with winters and autumns heavier.
Moving southward, the Sahara is approaching the coast, and the climate is dry. The coast is very warm in the winter and prevents snow that can be seen throughout the year at the top of the Atlas mountains. While the cities can be very hot in the summer months, the average altitudes they are pleasurable and it’s nice to be in the mountains, for example in the Kasbah Tamadot, and also on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean (Oualidia). The temperature in Morocco is quite varied, with as many different altitudes is common that snow and desert can be found in the same country. The climate certainly not the same if you visit the Centre of the Sahara desert that if visits atop the Atlas mountains.
Also the station of the year in which you visit Morocco influences in greatly on temperature day and night, which can change even 20 C. In Marrakech, one of the main cities of Morocco, the day temperature can reach 436 c, while at night in the winter you can lower the temperature to 6 C. In Midelt temperature tends to be lower, even reaching 0 C during the months of winter at night, but can reach to 34 degrees during the day in the summer months. If it’s heat, in Zagora, the temperature can reach up to 42 c in the month of July and not reach temperatures below 20 C throughout the year. With these figures, it is very clear to us that Morocco is a country with a very extensive cultural, historical, geographical and climatic diversity. Morocco deserves to be seen by the eyes of the world, so don’t miss the opportunity to do so. Once you decide to travel to Morocco, or even before, you were to ask what things interesting there is to do there. The simple fact of stepping on Morocco is really something interesting, everything there is different to our world, the way people dress, speak, culture and religion, food is also very different from what we are accustomed to eating in America. The food is probably more than simple food, an attraction for anyone. The food of Morocco is known worldwide as one of the most rich and unique, I am sure that you will want to try it as soon as you arrive. Travel to Morocco