transportation in Morocco
There are several ways to get around in Morocco. The country has a rail network linking the main towns of the north, the coast and Marrakesh. Trains are comfortable and fairly fast, but can sometimes be subject to delays1. Bus service in Morocco offers access almost to every corner of the country with a big choice of carriers at bus stations such as CTM and Supratours2. You can also rent a car to open up routes that are time-consuming or difficult on local transport1. Taxis are also a popular form of transport in all cities and towns in Morocco. Petits taxis are cheap and plentiful for traveling within city limits, while shared grands taxis run fixed routes between cities3. Which mode of transportation do you prefer? transportation in Morocco
Are there any good beaches in Morocco for families?
Yes, there are many good beaches in Morocco for families. Saïdia, located on the northeastern tip of Morocco, is a long white-sand beach that is great for families². Other family-friendly beaches in Morocco include Essaouira, known for its windsurfing and kitesurfing, and Legzira, known for its magnificent thousand-year-old sandstone archway¹. Is there a specific location in Morocco you had in mind?
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Family Holidays in morocco tours
There are many tour operators that offer family-friendly tours in Morocco. Some recommended experiences for families include exploring the souks of Marrakesh, visiting an Amazigh family in the Atlas Mountains, and exploring kasbahs and fortresses in Skoura. TourRadar has a wide selection of family tours in Morocco lasting from one day up to 30 days. You can also check out Audley Travel UK, Families Worldwide, and Responsible Travel for more family-friendly tour options. Is there a specific type of tour or activity you had in mind?
Luxury Family Holidays Marrakech Holidays
Marrakech is a bustling, vibrant city in the north of Africa. It is known for its hypnotic square, Djemaa el Fna, which is replete with all manner of wonderful sights, including snake-charmers, fortune-tellers, henna tattoo artists, musicians and food stalls. The city also has a world-famous labyrinthian jumble of alleyways that make up the Medina where visitors can barter with stallholders over souvenirs and homeware. There are many luxury hotels and resorts in Marrakech that cater to families such as Mandarin Oriental and Fairmont Royal Palm Marrakech¹. The best time to visit Marrakech is during the fall (September to November) or spring (March to May) when the weather is ideal and the holiday crowds aren’t around².