Travel in Morocco

Travel in Morocco

by Adam Goodwin | 2013 | Posted: November 16, 2013 | Last Updated: November 16, 2013

My Trip to Morocco

During a few days off from work in November 2013, I traveled to Morocco.  I took my days off then tried to find the cheapest fligth.  Believe it or not, the cheapest flight, return, to anywhere close to London, England was Morocco.

Trains

Trains are cheap, efficient, and an awesome way to experience the real people of Morocco.  ONCF is the only train provider.  Check the schedules online; you can only buy tickets at the station (not online).

Flying

Morocco, as many African countries, has modern airport facilities.   Due to the relative peace in the region, flying is safe.

Petit Taxis

Petit taxis are an excellent way to travel in cities.  They usually don’t go far from the main area of a city.  Very cheap.  They are painted red.  One note: ensure they use the taxi metre.  A 10DH taxi ride (about $1 Canadian) can turn into 50-100DH very quickly.

Taxis Blanche (White Taxis)

These white taxies are for group travel between cities and areas.  Don’t be surprised if they make you wait for the taxi to fill up before departing for the destination.  Ensure you settle on a price beforehand as most do not have metres.

Things To Remember

A few tips and things to remember if planning a trip to Morocco.

The border between Algeria and Morocco is closed.  Do not try to sneak across by foot/car.

Your Call to Action

Have anything to add from your visit to Morocco? Traveling to Morocco and have questions? Comment below or connect on social media.

Morocco Trip

Here are links to other blog posts I have published from my trip to Morocco.

Casablanca, Morocco (Africa) | Fez/Fes, Morocco (Africa) | Thoughts on Morocco

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These are one person’s thoughts and opinions.  I welcome and strive to get your feedback and own thoughts. Feel free to comment below or connect with me via social media.

Adam Goodwin is a Canadian working in the United Kingdom, and is a proud shameless idealist. His parents currently work in Cairo, Egypt. He has siblings and distant family in Canada and around the rainbow nation’s only home. Follow his year+ overseas on Twitter (@adam13goodwin) and on this blog.

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  1. I genuinely enjoyed reading this blog post. Many thanks for sharing. I hope that you continue updating the blog.

  2. I will have to add Morocco to my bucket list (see other comment)!

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