Daily Car Hire Rates in Morocco
*daily rates in Morocco based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
Whether you are planning an adventure in the desert or hitting the beaches in Agadir, hiring a car in Morocco is the most convenient, safe and comfortable way of travelling around this eclectic country located in North Africa. Rhino has a wide range of different types of vehicles to suit your needs, such as economy, compact, 4x4, luxury and convertibles.
We compare prices across all the main suppliers such as Hertz, Avis and Alamo as well as more local suppliers to find you the cheapest price and best deal possible. Our booking engine is safe, secure and easy to use and you can get a quote in moments. If you need help making your booking or have any questions then we have a friendly and helpful customer services team on hand who will be happy to help you.
Our rates include insurance, collision damage waiver, theft waiver, taxes and unlimited mileage. We also include complimentary breakdown assistance in the unlikely event your vehicle should suffer a mechanical problem.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Customer questions about Morocco car hire
Hi, I will need car from Casablanca airport to Fez with driver, can you arrange this please.
I'm sorry we can only arrange self drive car hire.
Morocco Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Morocco is located in North Africa and is part of the Maghreb region which also includes Tunisia, Algeria, Mauritania and Libya.
- The main language spoken is Arabic, however many people speak French as a second language. Also Berber dialects are used in certain areas.
- Some well known and popular dishes in Morocco include couscous, tagine, harira and pastilla which is a pigeon pie.
- Morocco will be hosting the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.
Morocco Mini Guide
With a coastline that meets both the Mediterranean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, Morocco is in North Africa. Morocco has borders with Melilla and Ceuta in the north, Algeria in the east and Mauritania in the south. Morocco also faces the Spanish mainland across the Strait of Gibraltar
. Although Morocco forms part of North Africa, the population is predominantly Muslim in belief. Morocco is divided into seven separate regions;
- Mediterranean Morocco is home to a variety of Spanish influenced towns and Spanish is spoken fairly widely.
- The North Atlantic Coast covers half of the northern coastline of Morocco, and it is in this region that the nation’s most famous city, Casablanca can be found.
- The South Atlantic Coast is far more relaxed than the northern coast, with many excellent beaches.
- High Atlas covers the area dominated by the High Atlas Mountains and includes the city of Marrakech.
- Middle Atlas covers the area containing the Middle Atlas Mountains, including Meknes. Saharan Morocco is the vast region of desert wilderness which buts up against the Algerian border.
- Anti Atlis is the entire southern region which covers Tarouddant and all of Western Sahara.
Major cities in Morocco include Rabat, the capital city, a very laid back and relaxed place, featuring 12th century minarets. Casablanca, now a modern city, citing on the shores of the sea. Many tourists choose Casablanca as their starting destination in Morocco. Fez, the former capital, which is notable as being one of the largest and oldest medieval cities to be found anywhere around the globe. Marrakech is a fusion of old and new, a fascinating place to explore and famed for the Great Plaza of Djemaa El Fna.
The most popular beach holiday resort in Morocco is Agadir, the town is thoroughly modern, with history and culture taking something of a back seat. It is possible to take excursions to the surrounding villages using nothing more than the local bus service.
By renting a hire vehicle the visitor to Morocco will be able to explore at their own leisure. The main road system is well maintained although most roads are fairly narrow, usually a single lane. Most main cities are connected by expressways, making fast travel between the major centres quite quick. Road signs could pose a problem as they are only written in French and Arabic. Finding fuel in the rural areas can also be quite challenging.
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