The average high temperature in Marrakech during March is 25ºC, although things get chilly at night so bring some warmer clothes. Humidity’s low, while normal rainfall’s 31mm over six rainy days.
The best time to visit Morocco is during spring (mid-March to May) or fall (September to October). The weather is warm but pleasant, unlike the cold temperatures and snow of winter, or the scorching heat of summer. The coastal regions can be visited year -round.
March is an excellent time to visit Morocco’s Atlantic coast—popular destinations include Essaouira and Sidi Ifni—where temperatures are warm and there’s little to no rain.
On average, some of the hottest places to visit in March are: Cancun (34.2 °C) Phuket (33.3 °C) Barbados (29.7 °C) Dominican Republic (29.3 °C) Cuba (27.5 °C) Cape Verde (25.7 °C) Fuerteventura (22.5 °C) Tenerife (22.3 °C)
Morocco Weather in March The temperature in Morocco in March grow warmer during the day, with average daytime temperatures of 20°C to 24°C, depending on the area of the country you visit. Nights are still chilly, though, with nighttime temperatures dropping to 11°C to 14°C degrees.
If you’re traveling to Morocco in the spring / fall… You’ll still want to have a jacket or windbreaker on you for after dark, but also make sure to pack clothes that’ll keep you cool during the day. A pair of loose fitting pants or a long skirt and breathable t-shirts work well.
Casablanca is the business capital of Morocco, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, with a much more modern and less traditional Moroccan feel. Visitors generally recommend Marrakech over Casablanca for its vibe, colors and smells, history, and tourist-friendly atmosphere (despite some hassles).
While meal prices in Morocco can vary, the average cost of food in Morocco is MAD114 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Morocco should cost around MAD46 per person. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner.
To sum it up, Marrakech is one of the safest cities in Morocco. You might feel a little unsafe at night , but in no moment will you be threatened or hurt. This is because Morocco has very severe penalties and the police can be very aggressive.
Yes, it is possible if you can cope with cold water LOL. But there are swimming pools also and there possibly you can swim anyway, but even there can the water be cold though not so much as Atlantic.
Think Loose and Flowy All things lightweight and full coverage is ideal — loose trousers or maxi skirts are perfect. A tunic shirt with leggings or a full kaftan is perfect too. Not only does full coverage allow you to dress conservatively in Morocco , but it will also protect you from the sun.
As for the weather, temperatures will hover around a temperate 53 degrees Fahrenheit ( 12 degrees Celsius ), so bring a light jacket. The average high temperature is 58 degrees F ( 14 degrees C ). The average low temperature is 40 degrees F (4 degrees C).
The closest – and cheapest – destinations where you’ll get a suntan are the Canary Islands, Madeira and Morocco, all under four hours flying time from the UK .