Cool, dry days make this the best time to visit Morocco. October is perfect for hiking in the mountains and sunning on the beaches. November-February sees snowfall in the mountains, still perfect for travel if you don't mind lower temperatures; the coast can get windy particularly towards evening, but days are still gloriously sunny.
Spring and autumn see milder temperatures in the mountains and on the coast, but spring showers can be expected. September is when the broiling summer ends and temperatures start to dip again as the country edges into its crisp, dry winter months.
Hot and humid conditions with soaring temperatures see a dwindling of crowds. Many desert activities are still on, but mostly in the early morning and evening, avoiding the peak temperatures of the day. The mountains are relatively cooler, but still a time to avoid if it can be helped. The hot and humid conditions also sees a profusion of insects.
First off, they created the first ever Ministry of Tourism in Morocco way back in 1965. Then they went ahead and created their own tour company in 1994, using their 4 decades of tourism experience. Since then, 22 years and counting, they have put the style back in Morocco, whether it?s a tour of its history, architecture, culture or food. The best of this flamboyant country served up to you, its wild beating heart and its soft cultural embrace, with the elegance and grace that it deserves. Nobody does it better; just ask the drooling foodie and travel publications of Europe.