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Moroccan beaches etc

I want to know a few details before traveling to Morocco.
13 years ago, February 17th 2011 No: 1 Msg: #129295  
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I really want to travel to morocco, but I still have some questions before getting to it.
I want to know if it\'s safe to swim in moroccan beaches? and what beaches would you recommend?
also I have some questions about the trasportation. how reliable and safe is the public transportation? what means of tranportation would you recommend within morocco?
thank you very much!
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12 years ago, March 8th 2011 No: 2 Msg: #130605  
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Hi i really want to give some advice,morocco is country peace and tolerance.
and all religions living together,without violence.
you asked about morocan beaches.it's safe,my hobby is fishing
i know a lot of beaches ,it's lovely.and if you want fishing with me yu are welcome.
and u asked about transportation.it's safe,i recommend you to ctm agency(bus) it's it's comfortable.i always choose it
it's number one in morocco ,there's a lot .but ctm is the best.and a train is good too
if you want more information you can contact me on this <snip>
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12 years ago, March 16th 2011 No: 3 Msg: #131265  
Morocco is a wonderful place to visit. I spent some time in Agadir which is mainly a beach/resort town. Also Essaouira is a cool spot where the beach is packed when the weather is nice. Casablanca has plenty of beach as well.

If you head to Morocco, consider seeing more than the beaches alone... as there is so much more to see. Consider spending time in Marrakesh and Fez or perhaps one of the other imperial cities.

I am not going to lie, but public transportation isn't the greatest. Your best bet is Supratours as they actually show up. YOU MUST buy bus tickets a few days in advance as they buses fill up quickly. Don't always expect AC. If you are going from Marrakesh to Casablanca or Fez, I highly recommend the train instead of a bus. For a few extra dollars, it is worth buying 1st class tickets so you will have an air conditioned car.

I hope that helps! Check out my blog from Morocco - I was there for 3 weeks this past summer and loved it!

Also - I don't really recommend traveling alone in Morocco. It can get overwhelming in some areas and it's good to have someone by your side. Reply to this

12 years ago, April 5th 2011 No: 4 Msg: #133024  
Hi there,

I agree with the above. We took that train from Casablanca to Marrakesh and it was above our expectation. Clean with leather sits, plenty of space and very very cheap. We also took a bus from Zagora to Agadir and we were not very impressed on that ocassion hahha Windows would not close and there was a really bumpy road that the bus took on high speed so no sleeping possible ;-).

We felt very safe and it was wonderful. Agadir is very touristy and would not stay there agian for 5 days. Worth visiting but maybe Essaouira is better for longer chill out;-)

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12 years ago, April 5th 2011 No: 5 Msg: #133032  
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thank you all for your information! I appreciate it! Reply to this

12 years ago, November 11th 2011 No: 6 Msg: #146804  

I know this is an older thread but I am hoping that you have gone to Morocco and had a wonderful time. But, should that not be the case and you are still thinking about it------ we can tell you to book that trip. We've just returned from Morocco if you want to read our blogs. What a fantastic country. Amazing foods, kind people and absolutely beautiful and diverse landscape.

If you are looking for beaches we would recommend Essaouria. It is a lovely town. Famous for wind so it is great for wind surfing, along with regular surfing and fishing.

We agree with Traveling O YEster and Beata and Tomek that there is far more to Morocco than the beaches, although they are wonderful. Fes, Erfound, Ouarzazate, and of course Marrakesh. You have not been to Marrakesh unless you have been to the night market.

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11 years ago, April 30th 2012 No: 7 Msg: #155502  
hello michael .
i wold like to tell you morocco if the save in all the world and about the beach here in morooc there lot of beach in the atlantic sea and and in western sahara olso there the most beotiful beach .
and for ather information about morocco can you see my website .for give you anather opnion in desert .
[Edited: 2012 May 01 03:06 - The Travel Camel:11053 - No dropping commercial links on this forum, thanks]
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