September welcomes a great season to explore Morocco at your own pace, with the temperature falling down to around a balmy 24 degrees, making all travels more bearable without the blazing sun and customary desert winds that arise in the summery months.
While organising your trip, book a car hire in Morocco and you will find it to be the most convenient transportation during your journey – only don’t dare travelling through the Sahara’s sands, no matter how prepared the vehicle may be, there are certainly more capable cars and tour guides for that sort of experience!
Although the Ramadan usually falls under this time of year and it being a Muslim fast during which you’re not allowed to eat during the daytime, it somehow offers many opportunities to enjoy the city’s lively atmosphere that oozes from its many cafes and bars as soon as the sun goes down!
During the day, there are interesting tours available that will help you keep distracted from the delicacies: any of these walks will allow you to get to know the city in more detail, for instance, venturing about the labyrinthine streets of the Medina and admire its well-known souks.
Use your hire car in Marrakech to discover other incredible trails and locations nearby. One of the suggested trips would be driving to Ourika Valley, located in the Atlas mountains and cared for being one of the most pristine oases in the region – no doubt a day trip you won’t want to miss!
Having your own vehicle gives you the chance to enjoy a town in full bloom as soon as Autumn gets near, immersed in an amazing pallet of vibrant colours that will not leave your memory for weeks to come.