Mild temperatures and moderate prices make April to May and September to November the best time to visit Morocco. With the arrival of spring, coasts become warmer and crispy fresh air makes Mount Toubkal a fantastic place to hike. Streets get noisier during the peak season from June to August, and the unbearable heat is in its position to annoy the sightseers. However, beaches are at their best in summer, and if you pass through the Souss Valley in June, be ready to discover so-called goat trees. Balmy autumn is an excellent choice for a trip if you plan to explore the cities of Marrakesh or Fez. Winter in Morocco sees a surge of prices and flow of tourists. January through February are perfect for skiing in the High Atlas Mountains as well as for desert trekking in Sahara, so pack clothes for all scenarios, as nights are cold.