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Morocco: land of ancient splendors in search of a modernity not yet fully reached, where breathtaking scenery and enchanting landscapes are completed thanks to unmistakable colors and scents. A country that will certainly capture you and make you spend an unforgettable golf holiday.
This detailed DIY guide to organizing your golf vacation in Morocco is divided into two parts:
- Golf courses in the Marrakech area
- Golf courses in the Atlantic coast area
- 1 Useful tips for your golf vacation in Morocco:
- 2 GOLF COURSES IN MOROCCO
- 3 Atlantic Coast area Golf Courses
- 4 MOROCCO – MARRAKECH Area – Extra Golf Free Time Tours & Activities:
- 5 MOROCCO – ATLANTIC Coast Area – Extra Golf Free Time Tours & Activities:
- 6 MOROCCO – ATLANTIC Coast Area – Food, Wine & Cooking Classes
- 7 How to reach MOROCCO
- 8 Useful tips for organizing your golf vacation in MOROCCO:
- 9 CALL TO ACTION !!
- 10 Do It Yourself Golf Trip Consulting
Useful tips for your golf vacation in Morocco:
The fastest way to reach Morocco is definitely by plane. You will find numerous flights, even low cost ones, which will take you to Casablanca, Marrakech, Tangier and Rabat (although in the latter city you will find mainly domestic flights).In these airports you can rent any type of car. We always recommend doing it BEFORE you leave for the trip. Or you can arrive by ferry from Tarifa (Spain) or Gibraltar (UK) and arriving in Tangier. You will be able to choose whether to face the crossing with your car or rent it on the spot. If you enter Morocco with a car, it will be registered in the Customs information system and will appear on the computers of all Moroccan border posts. The tourist who tries to leave Morocco without his car will be detained by the Border Police. In the event of an accident that renders the car intransportable or unusable, contact the Police Authorities in order to obtain an indispensable certificate in order to pass the customs without the car. It is recommended to always fasten seat belts and to drive with extreme caution, avoiding nighttime hours on extra-urban stretches. Local traffic can be dangerous and unruly. The roads are generally in good condition. The Morocco motorway network is 1480 km long; the toll is paid in cash. Numerous fuel distributors are present along the roads and sell good quality “350” unleaded petrol and diesel.
It is forbidden to leave Morocco with Dirham or the national currency. At the end of your stay you will be able to convert into your currency only the Dirhams previously purchased, presenting the relative receipts.
A valid passport is required. Entry without a visa is allowed for tourist stays of a maximum duration of three months. For work, study, etc., it is necessary to obtain the specific visa, to be requested from a Moroccan diplomatic / consular office present in your country of origin.
It is advised to have a behavior that respects local customs and religion, especially during the month of Ramadan.
Ramadan 2020 will begin in the evening of Thursday, April 23 and ends in the evening of Saturday, May 23 – Dates may vary
Moreover, during this period, the quality of the service, even in the best hotels, may be less careful in coincidence with the evening break in the fast; offices and shops follow a reduced opening time.
Access to mosques by non-Muslims is prohibited, except for the Grand Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca.
The health situation is, on the whole, satisfactory. The public health facilities are not at the European level but in the major cities there are private paid clinics adequate for simple and / or urgent interventions. The cost of a shelter can be considerable. Therefore, it is advisable to stipulate, before leaving, an international insurance policy which covers the coverage of medical expenses and any emergency repatriation of the patient. In the main cities there are good doctors. Pharmacies are numerous and generally well-stocked.
The best times to go to Morocco vary from area to area. The summer months, April and May and September and October, are ideal for visiting the north of the country, characterized by a Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters, while if your destination is one of the imperial cities of the hinterland like Marrakech, Fez or Meknes, it is better to choose for the months of March and April or October and November since in summer the temperatures reach high peaks.
Along the Atlantic coast, from Tangier to Agadir, the climate is temperate and the sun shines even more than 300 days a year even though in places like Rabat, Casablanca and Essaouira winters can be humid and summers moderately hot. On the peaks of the Atlas mountains, on the other hand, temperatures can reach -15 degrees in winter and 38 in summer.
GOLF COURSES IN MOROCCO
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Atlantic Coast area Golf Courses
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MOROCCO – MARRAKECH Area – Extra Golf Free Time Tours & Activities:
MARRAKECH Area – Food, Wine & Cooking Classes
MOROCCO – ATLANTIC Coast Area – Extra Golf Free Time Tours & Activities:
MOROCCO – ATLANTIC Coast Area – Food, Wine & Cooking Classes
How to reach MOROCCO
What to do for your flight
- Book your most comfortable flight
- Claim compensation for your flight delay or cancellation
- Relax at the airport waiting for your flight
- Choose a private flight
- Rent a car
Useful tips for organizing your golf vacation in MOROCCO:
Villas and Rooms
If you use air flights always remember to check the size of the baggage on the airline’s website !!
Golf Travel Bag
CALL TO ACTION !!
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