When is the best time to visit the Sahara Desert of Morocco
When is the best time to visit the Sahara Desert of Morocco?
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We usually will start our subject for a real example like Domestic cities such as Marrakech can reach unpleasant temperatures in summer, and it is better to avoid them in June, July, August, and the first half of September.
So, what’s the best time to visit the Sahara? The daytime temperatures in June, July, and August regularly exceed 40 degrees, sometimes even more. Nighttime temperatures rarely fall below 25 degrees, which makes it uncomfortable. Therefore, the best time for our desert tours between October and May is when the temperatures in the desert are much more pleasant.
During the spring and autumn periods, you can expect daytime temperatures of 30 degrees in the hottest part of the day and nighttime temperatures of 15-22 degrees. At these temperatures, it is much more pleasant to walk and visit different places, except in the middle of the day. Do not forget that our vehicles are equipped with air conditioning so you can always travel with us comfortably.
During the winter months, daytime temperatures rarely exceed 25 degrees, and nighttime temperatures can fall sharply. Therefore, heating in your house is required. Winter is the perfect time for one of our desert tours, as the temperatures are pleasant at all times of the day. The only downside of your trip to the desert in winter is that the days are shorter, which means you have less light to see everything. The advantage is that the sunrise takes place much later. So if you want to get up early and watch the sunrise over the desert horizon, you do not have to get up as soon as summer!