Packing list Morocco: Us in Chefchaouen, Morocco


be prepared for Morocco’s climate and customs

What to bring on your trip to Morocco

It’s already been 3 months since we started our beautiful trip to Morocco.  At the beginning of November, we made our way to the diverse country and had an exciting and memorable time over there. Check out our article about things to know BEFORE you go.

On this trip, we wanted to explore the Northwest of Morocco a bit more. From Fez to Chefchaouen to Meknes and back to Fez. That was our plan. And for once we actually followed through with it.

In general, we found it a bit more challenging to pack “appropriate clothing” for our other trips. On top of that,  November is also the transitional month in Morocco. This makes it even harder to pack! While it might be quite warm (about 20 Celsius) during the day, it gets cold (not just chilly, frigid) at night. Marrakech might be a bit warmer, but the difference between day and nighttime temperature varies drastically, too.

Morocco is not only incredibly diverse, but it is also a vast country. Even if it is quite easy to travel, the distances can be pretty long. This makes it even harder to pack the perfect clothes.