Q. Can I Visit Morocco During Ramadan?

Can I Visit Morocco During Ramadan?

Can I Visit Morocco During Ramadan?

A. Is it Ok to travel to Morocco during Ramadan? and do you wonder if you have to fast too?.  To be honest. Yes, it’s possible to visit Morocco throughout the month of Ramadan. Additionally. It’s not necessary for you to fast as well.

Morocco Camel Trekking During Ramadan

Morocco Camel Trekking During Ramadan

It is unique to travel to Morocco in Ramadan. You have no excuse not to indulge in a welcomed warm cup of mint tea, the bustle of the vibrant, colorful souks ” markets” and old medina, or a camel trekking excursions in the Sahara desert of Erg Chebbi Merzouga.

Drink mint tea in Morocco

Drink mint tea in Morocco

You will participate in several local celebrations and activities. Such as enjoying the tasty meals with locals, and discover that the accommodation and tourist attractions. Are less busy during this time.

How Ramadan affect travelers to Morocco?

Ramadan, doesn’t bring about many changes in the country. Usually, restaurants and hotels will be open as normal, offering meals as well as drinks all day round.

The majority of Moroccan travel agencies, inluding Marrakech Desert Excursions. As well as the tourist destinationas and attractions will be also available as expected. There may only be a very little changes to the programs timings.

What is Ramadan? Which month of 2024 will start?

The Islamic fasting month, know as Ramadan. Muslims, abstain from eating, drinking and smoking each day from sunrise until sunset time during a period of thirty days.

At this time, is expected that Ramadan 2024. Will start on the eleventh of March and finish on the ninth of April. A unique celebration name. Eid Al-Fit, will follows to honor the completion of Ramdan and month-long fasting.

Is it worth to travel to Morocco during Ramadan?

Totally. If you do, you’re prepared for a remarkable historical and cultural experience. Ramadan, is an unique occasion in Morocco. There isn’t any excuse for you to pass up the opportunity.