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3 days car hire from only £14.51 per day and FREE cancellation options*
Providing a taste of the exotic with the merging of both African and Arab cultures, it is hardly surprising Morocco welcomes over 11 million tourists annually. From the bustle of the souks, to the dramatic desert landscape and golden sandy beaches, you can soak up the sun while you take in the history. Being twice the size of the UK, one of the best ways to explore all the sights is with one of our great deals for car hire in Morocco. We offer a number of pick up points across the country from Marrakech to Casablanca, making it a practical and affordable way to sightsee at your leisure.
By opting to book your Moroccocar hire with Holiday Extras, you are choosing an award-winning, trusted provider. We compare and price check all the main companies offering car rental in Morocco so you have peace of mind you are booking with the best value providers with the best customer reviews.
The skyline of Marrakech, Morocco
Distances of resorts by hire car from Marrakech Airport
As well as great prices, we can also offer you a fantastic range of vehicles for your Morocco car rental needs. Our options range from practical economical minis - ideal for city driving, 5-door family cars, robust SUVs great for touring off the beaten track, to luxury cars for those looking to hit the road in style!
Typical Prices for Car Hire Marrakech Airport*
*The prices quoted are based on one driver, aged 25, with a full UK driving licence hiring a car for 3 days, picking-up and dropping-off at Marrakesh Airport. Prices correct at time of writing. Subject to change according to availability. Free cancellation applies to most rentals up to 48 hours before pick up, however some suppliers may charge. Please check supplier terms and conditions carefully.
Don't forget that Holiday Extras can also bring you excellent savings on total protection insurance for your car hire too. We regularly compare and price-check all our policies to ensure we bring you the best deals. All our policies include the following cover:
- Damage and theft excess
- Damage protection for all mechanical and exterior of the car
- Cover for any immobilisation, admin and towing charges
- Free cancellation and changes up to 48 hours before travel
- Search - Select the dates you want to travel above and click search to compare
- Select - Choose the vehicle type you require
- Book - Make your payment using our secure system
- Confirm - We'll email your booking confirmation to you
- Left hand drive vehicles - Drive on the right, overtake on the left.
- Minimum car hire age - 18 years old. Under 25's may have to pay a young driver surcharge. Carry your driving licence with you.
- Seatbelt - It is compulsory for all front occupants to wear a seatbelt, but not in the rear.
- Travelling with children - Child safety laws are rather lax and the onus is on the parents, rather than the law to keep children safe in cars. When booking your hire car, make the provider aware of what child seats you need or consider taking your own.
- Mobile phones - Only the use of hands free phones is permitted.
- Toll roads - There are toll roads between the major cities of Casablanca, Rabat and Tangiers. Tolls are paid at the barriers and can be paid by cash or card.
- Motorways - 90kph/100kph
- Rural Speed limit - 100kph
- Urban areas - 60kph
4 easy steps to cheap car hire in Morocco
Morocco car rental locations
As a increasingly popular tourist destination, there are numerous daily flights to Morocco from UK airports. Whichever destination airport you are flying to, there will be a collection point within easy distance. We offer over 20 different pick up points around the country to make hiring a car in Morocco a hassle-free process.
All major locations are served, including airports, train stations, ports and town and city centres.
Airport car rentals
One of the easiest options is to pick up your hire car from the airport when you arrive in Morocco. We offer collection points at all the major airports within the country, as well as some of the less well-known ones too.
As with other international airports, many of the airports in Morocco have their car rental desks based in the arrivals terminal. At some of the more regional airports, you may need to take a shuttle bus. Before you make your booking, you should be able to see on the comparison screen whether your selected airport has car hire desks in the terminal or off-site.
Morocco Hire Car Airport Locations
Other rental locations
We also offer collection points at a number of popular hotels in Casablanca, as well as at railway stations in both Marrakech and Casablanca. You can also pick up your car from a town or city centre location as well. Make sure you take note of the rental location, as some car hire companies can have multiple locations. Your booking confirmation should provide all the necessary address and contact details. If you have any queries, then you should call your chosen car hire company directly.
How it Works
As soon as your payment is confirmed, we'll send through your confirmation by email. This will contain your booking reference number. Keep this to hand with your other travel documents, as you'll need it when you come to pick up your car in Morocco. Based on feedback from other customers, we've put together a handy checklist to give you the lowdown on everything you need to know about car hire abroad.
If you have any other queries, then we're here to help! Our dedicated car hire team are on hand on 0800 804 7362. Or, you can contact us via our online contact form here.
Whatever your tastes, and however adventurous you're feeling, there will be something to see in Morocco. If you love shopping, then bartering for souvenirs in the souks of towns such as Marrakech is a must. For those who like to venture off the beaten track, then you've got the desert landscape, as well as the Atlas Mountains. If you fancy some rest and relaxation, upmarket resorts such as Casablanca hug the coastline, along with traditional fishing villages, such as Essouira with its painted houses and abundance of blue fishing boats. With our affordable car hire in Morocco, you can take the time to explore at your leisure and sample the delights of this gateway of the Mediterranean with the African continent.
We bring you extra extras!
If car hire doesn't appeal and just want help getting to your destination, then, don't forget, Holiday Extras also provides great deals on resort transfers. We also have excellent value holiday insurance, giving you further peace of mind should you run into any unforeseen problems.
And we can offer those little extras to make your holiday even more special. If you're flying from a UK airport; we could help you save up to 60% on airport parking, airport hotels and airport lounges, too.
Driving in Morocco**
Don't be put off driving in Morocco with tales that Moroccan roads are a nightmare. In reality, roads are not too different from driving in France and have greatly improved in recent years. We've put together the following information on what you need to know before you take to the road.
Road safety laws
Drivers tend to honk their horns an awful lot more than in the UK - in fact it becomes a normal driving activity, particularly in built up areas! Locals also don't tend to give way to pedestrians and will even park on crossings. You should also take care at roundabouts, as they are often navigated on a first come, first served basis.
Drinking and driving
It is against the law to drink and drive in Morocco. Driving under the influence of any alcohol is illegal and you could risk a fine if you are caught. Random breath tests are commonplace, therefore the best advice is to avoid alcohol completely.
It is important to note that drinking alcohol and then driving may invalidate your car rental insurance, irrespective of local drink driving laws. Check your policy for full details.
SatNavs aren't illegal in Morocco. However, given that some roads outside of urban areas are as good as those you would find in the UK, it is recommended to stick to the speed limits at all times. Anyone caught speeding will be subject to an on the spot fine.
If you are stopped by the police for a minor motoring offence, you will be liable for an on the spot fine. You will be given a ticket indicating the amount to be paid and how to pay it.
Petrol is widely available and the variant that most cars use is known as super. Unleaded fuel - sans plomb is also widely available.
tends to be cheaper. Most service stations provide full service and will fill your car for you. However, most do not take credit cards, so it is best to pay in cash.
**This information should be considered as a broad overview of things to remember when hiring a car. It is therefore very important that you read the rental terms and conditions and associated policies for your own specific policy as well as doing your own research into the motoring laws of the country in which you will be driving.Top