Honeymoons in Morocco

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Morocco Overview

Just a four hour flight from London, a honeymoon in Morocco offers a piece of African culture combined with Spanish, Portuguese and French influences, a truly eclectic mix.

The Moroccan hospitality is second to none and you will feel truly welcomed by the Moroccan people. Why not try the ultimate in luxury during your honeymoon by staying in a riad – a traditional Moroccan palace with beautiful internal gardens for all guests to enjoy. Or head to the beautiful city of Marrakech and experience the hustle and bustle of the busy markets. If a quiet relaxing trip is more your style then head to one of the many beautiful beaches, take a stroll hand in hand along the water’s edge and enjoy the gorgeous scenery. A honeymoon in Morocco offers romance, culture and a place to truly relax and enjoy together.

Key Facts for Morocco

Currency: Moroccan Dirham

Capital: Rabat

Language: Arabic

Flight time: 4 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Morocco

Marrakech has a hot, dry continental climate. Best times to visit are February to April and September to November.

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Getting Married in Morocco

The North African country of Morocco is a fabulous destination for your honeymoon or a wedding blessing.  Due to rules and regulations having a ceremony is not permitted in Morocco for UK citizens, but having a blessing is welcome. With a warm climate and the Sahara Desert covering most of the country excursions and once in a life time experiences are easily available.  If you plan on getting married in the UK and then travelling to Morocco soon after there are several flights a week that are readily available. Your blessing in Morocco will leave you with memories to treasure for ever and an experience in the desert that doesn’t compare to any other.

Marriage Requirements

Morocco

A blessing in Morocco is permitted but not a full ceremony.  Be sure to do research via the British Embassy before proceeding with your blessing in Morocco.

Morocco honeymoon advice

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