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Where to pick up your car
There are over 20 car hire locations in Morocco, and the most popular city is Marrakech.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Morocco are AirCar, Budget, Europcar, Locationauto and Hertz.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Morocco are November and October.
Moroccan Dirham (MAD)
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Hire a car in Morocco
Morocco is a country of diverse contrasts and a cultural dynamism.
It has long fascinated travellers, stirring up dreamy images of colourful markets and sweeping landscapes. While Morocco can be hectic, it is also a true desert oasis. Getting lost in the country’s old towns – medinas – indulging in its flavourful food, and lounging on the beach will surely awaken your senses.
Road tripping this beautiful country can seem intimidating at first glance, but it’s an experience unlike any other.
Morocco car hire information
Car hire facts and local advice
|Frequently asked question||Answer|
|Most popular places to hire a car in Morocco|| Marrakech |
|Most popular rental length||Seven days|
|Most popular month to rent a car||December, when a hire car costs on average £29.70 per day|
|Cheapest month / most expensive month||Average cost per day of car hire in Morocco*|
Dress – The country’s dress code is fairly relaxed in coastal tourist areas. If travelling in more rural or urban areas, both men and women should dress respectfully by covering their shoulders, upper arms and anything above the knee.
Horns and honking
In Morocco, horns are used to signal anything and everything, from “get out of my way” to “thanks for letting me pass”. The language of car honking is common, you’ll catch on soon enough.
Local driving etiquette
Locals tend to have a heavy foot on the gas pedal, be aggressive tailgaters and drive down the middle of the road. Be a confident, yet cautious and defensive driver, rather than trying to do as the locals do.
There’s no shortage of obstacles you’ll have to keep an eye out for and share the road with. Donkeys, camels, carts and motorbikes weave through traffic as they please, just as pedestrians and goats cross the roads at inconvenient times.
There are several toll roads connecting the country’s major cities, including Casablanca, Rabat and Tangier. They are on a pay-per-use basis and offer an efficient, quick commute.
Moroccan cities to explore
Top attractions: Medersa Bou Inania, built in the 14th century, is one of Morocco’s most prestigious examples of Marinid architecture – one of Morocco’s former dynasties. It is also one of the city’s few religious buildings open to non-muslims, where you can admire the carved woodwork, mosaics and stucco designs.
Nearby drive: Located 70km from Fez in the Middle Atlas Mountains, its triangular alpine-style architecture and nearby ski slopes can easily have you forget you’re in North Africa.
Top attractions: Sidi Yahya is an important religious site for Muslims, Jews and Christians alike. It is regarded as the resting place of John the Baptist and is best visited during August and September, when pilgrims flock here for an annual festival.
Nearby drive: Situated 60km from Oujda, the Beni Snassen Mountains are an impressive site. These limestone mountains reach heights of around 1,500 metres and are both geologically and historically significant.
Top attractions: Tangier’s beaches are what spurred the city’s illustrious fame during the 1960s. Though swimming isn’t highly recommended as the water is no longer very clean, it’s worth sinking your toes into the sand and breathing in the salty air.
Nearby drive: Chefchaouen, nicknamed the blue pearl of Morocco for it’s striking blue buildings, has become a popular tourist town. Snuggled in the mountains, Chefchaouen is a photographer’s paradise. Climb any of the nearby hills to appreciate the town from above.
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The ultimate Morocco road trip
Marrakesh Menara Airport RAK
Marrakesh Airport is the second busiest airport in Morocco.
Car hire pick up point
Car hire desks can be found in the Arrivals Hall of terminal two.
Escape the big city heat and retreat to this popular beachside town, where Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley once relaxed.
Morocco’s capital and second largest city, Rabat is scattered with Islamic and French-colonial landmarks.
A laid back town with impressive imperial treasures, including architecture and carvings.
A gateway to Morocco’s desert, jump on the back of a camel for an authentic trekking experience.