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Geographically, the country divides into five basic zones : the coast, Mediterranean and Atlantic; the great cities of the plains; the Rif and Atlas mountains; and the oases and desert of the pre- and fully-fledged Sahara. With two or three weeks –even two or three months- you can’t expect to cover all of this, though it’s easy enough (to take in something of each aspect.

The three ranges of the Atlas, with the Rif a kind of extension in the north, cut right across the interior-physical and historical barriers, and inhabited for the most part by the indigenous Moroccan Berbers.


July and August, the hottest months, can be wonderful on the coast and in the mountains; there are no set rules. Spring, which comes late by European standards (around April To May),is perhaps the best overall time, with a summer climate in  the south and in the mountains, and water warm enough to swim in on both the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts. Winter can be perfect by day in the south, though be warned that desert nights can get very cold- a major consideration if you’re staying in the cheaper hotels, which rarely have heating. If you’re planning to hike in the mountains, it’s best to keep to the months from April to October unless you have some experience of snow conditions.


Morocco's markets are filled with a colorful array of meat, produce, and fragrant spices, and many people still visit the markets daily to get the freshest ingredients for their meals. Perhaps the most well-known Moroccan dish is Couscous, which is traditionally prepared on Fridays and may include chicken, lamb, or beef with vegetables.

Tajines, which simmer for hours in clay pots, are another favorite Moroccan dish.


Morocco has a population of 35 mil people. Morocco. Most of the population lives in the fertile plains or near the Mediterranean coast.

56% of the population live in urban areas:

1. Rabat - 1,453,000

2. Marrakech - 1,517,000

3. Fes (Fez) - 1,012,000

4. Meknes - 750,000

5. Tangier - 554,000

6. Oujda - 962,000

7. Tetouan - 856,000

8. Safi - 845,000

9. Kenitra - 905,000.


Arabic is Morocco's official language, but French is widely taught and serves as the primary language of commerce and government.  Along with Arabic, about 10 million Moroccans, predominantly in rural areas, also speak one of the three Moroccan Berber dialect. Spanish is also used in the northern part of the country. English is increasingly becoming the foreign language of choice among educated youth and is offered in many public and private schools.

For those wishing travelling to Merzouga by public transport, we recommend to use :

We are able to manage your direct transfer from Merzouga bus station to hotel or desert camp. Feel free to contact us.