Morocco New Year Celebration

January 15th 2024 in Explore
Morocco New Year Celebration

Morocco New Year Celebration

Spending New Year’s Eve in Morocco can be unique and memorable. You can reflect on the past year’s events and look forward to the new one. You consider spending New Year’s Eve in the desert to make your celebration unique. This will provide a perfect opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of the cities and enjoy the splendour of starlight in the world’s largest hot desert. In this spiritual environment, you can meditate on your recent past and think of your hopes and wishes for the future. Nature will offer a dazzling light show, making the experience even more special. We offer New Year’s Eve packages to make your desert adventure more enjoyable.

Why End of the Year in Morocco?

Morocco is an excellent choice if you haven’t yet decided where to spend your New Year vacation. The country offers many places of interest, a pleasant and cool climate, delicious meaty meals, and fresh juices to enjoy. If you want to experience something unique, ride a camel in the desert and stay in a tent with the Berbers to celebrate the New Year. This is a popular activity in Morocco, especially during the winter, the best time to visit the desert. During the day, the temperature can rise to around 20 degrees to get quite hot. However, the temperature can drop to freezing at night, so pack some warm clothes.

The best places to spend New Year’s Eve in Morocco.

Morocco is a popular destination for those who want to celebrate New Year’s Eve. There are many different places to choose from:

  1. There are the imperial cities of Marrakech, Rabat, Fes and Meknes.
  2. There are the coastal cities of Agadir, Essaouira and Dakhla. In addition to celebrating the year’s end, you can enjoy other adventures, such as skiing and surfing.
  3. The desert of Zagora is a favourite destination for most travellers. The closest for those who don’t need more time to visit is the desert of Merzouga, the largest and most famous desert.

You can take advantage of this new experience to enjoy new adventures, such as riding camels, walking for hours in the desert, spending a night in the middle of the dunes, and sleeping in the camps like the nomads. Morocco also has other cities worth exploring, such as the Blue Pearl Chefchaouen, Medilt, Ouarzazat, and Asila. So, it’s worth exploring Morocco’s highlights. Spend the New Year respectfully with great attractions, a mix of cultures and customs, and a vibrant nightlife.


This city, situated on a group of hills, is a stunning white sight that overlooks the Strait of Gibraltar. It is an important port that connects Africa and Europe by sea. Tangier has a unique character that is a blend of traditional Moroccan charm and modern functionality. A visit to the city is worth it, thanks to its many historic landmarks, including the Kasbah Mosque, the Sidi Bou Abed Mosque, the Small Zocco Square and the Great Zocco Square. Dar al-Shira’ (Islamic Court) and the Bab al-Assa gate are exciting places to explore, with their distinctive Arab atmosphere. You can stroll through the streets of Italy or Ibn Rasoul to reach the modern parts of the city, with its beautiful boulevards, top-notch restaurants, eateries, and first-class hotels.


Marrakech is known as the capital of tourism and is one of the imperial cities. It is a perfect place to spend the end of the year because of its luxury hotels and high-quality riads. Marrakech has many fun activities, such as taking a hot air balloon ride over the city, giving you a breathtaking view of the city and its surroundings. You can also experience a camel ride, just like the nomads. Marrakech is famous for its bustling souks and markets where you can purchase popular products such as jalabas, turbans, and carpets and attend traditional music events.


Chefchaouen is a small town 610 meters above sea level, protected by majestic rocks and offering an impressive scenic beauty. The city has white buildings, gardens, and fountains, giving it a delightful orchard-like feel. The town’s main attractions are its blue and white bungalows, the Utah dovecote next to the city wall, and the Great Mosque. Chaouen is an excellent tourist attraction, serving as an ideal starting point for excursions in the countryside, as its mountain range straddles the Mediterranean and stretches from the Strait of Gibraltar to the mouth of the Moulouya River in the Algerian-Moroccan region.