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The Cheapest flights to Morocco (RAK) in 2024/2025 from Israel




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How to find cheap and flexible flights to Morocco - Q & A

Nestled at the crossroads of Africa and Europe, Morocco captivates with its vibrant mix of ancient traditions and modern influences. From the bustling markets of Marrakech to the tranquil blue hues of Chefchaouen, this North African gem beckons adventurers with its rich tapestry of culture, history, and natural beauty. Wander through labyrinthine medinas, savor the aromatic flavors of Moroccan cuisine, and immerse yourself in the enchanting sounds of traditional music. With its diverse landscapes ranging from the Sahara Desert to the Atlas Mountains, Morocco invites travelers to explore a land where time-honored customs seamlessly blend with contemporary living.

Which month is cheapest to fly to Morocco?

The cheapest month to fly to Morocco is typically January.

What is the cheapest flight to Morocco that we have found?

The best price we found is for ₪775 from Tel Aviv to Marrakech.

Which popular airlines fly to Morocco?

Some popular airlines include: Wizz Air Malta, transavia, TAP, Ryanair, TUI fly Belgium, Iberia Express, Eurowings, EL AL Israel Airlines, easyJet, Air Europa, Air Arabia Maroc.

What is considered a good price to Morocco?

A good price for a flight to Marrakech is ₪698 - ₪853.

Which popular airports are in Morocco?

Popular airports in Morocco include Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca, Marrakech Menara Airport in Marrakech, and Agadir–Al Massira Airport in Agadir.

How long does it take to fly to Morocco?

The flight to Morocco (RAK) is roughly 6 hours 3 minutes and 2,503 miles (4,029 kilometres) from Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel - Ben Gurion Intl Airport (TLV).

How do I find the cheapest possible flights to Morocco?

The best way is to compare flights to Morocco from leading comparison sites using our search engine dashboard.

Things to do in Morocco

Jemaa el-Fna

Local market stalls & street performers

Jardin Majorelle

Garden with exotic plants & fountains

Bahia Palace

Ornate 19th-century palace complex


12th-century mosque with a garden

Hassan II Mosque

Ornate mosque with a towering minaret

Ouzoud Falls

Well-known waterfalls with monkeys

Todra River

Canyon, desert, climbing, river and cliff

Hassan Tower

Ancient, unfinished tower of a mosque


Landmark mountain & climbing destination

Saadien's Tombs

Sultan's mausoleum & cemetery gardens

Erg Chebbi

Picturesque area of sand dunes

El Badii Palace

Ruins of a royal 1500s residence

Kasbah of the Udayas

Ancient citadel with a museum & gardens

Menara Gardens

Historic park with mountain views

Mausoleum of Mohammed V

Richly ornate Alaouite-style mausoleum

Tizi n'Tichka

Road through the Grand Atlas Mountains

Hercules Caves

Ancient caves with links to Greek myths

Medina of Marrakesh

Bustling hub for local goods & produce

Bou Inania Madrasa

Historic educational institution

Marrakech Museum

Museum, visual arts and art


Scenic gardens & Roman ruins


Mountain village with a ski resort

Al Attarine Madrasa

Historic, Islamic religious institute


Rugged peak with colorful cliffs

Bab Agnaou

Decorative-brick gate from the 1100s

Zaouia de Moulay Idriss

Elaborate mosque & mausoleum

Erg Chigaga

Expansive desert area with sand dunes

Souk El Had

Popular bazaar with a massive selection

Telouet Kasbah

Historic fortress with guided tours

Yves Saint Laurent Museum

Contemporary museum honoring couturier

Blue Gate

Ornate Moorish gate to the old city

Sacred Heart Cathedral

Stately, historical Catholic cathedral

Almoravid Koubba

Notable site for Almoravid architecture

Dar Batha

Craft museum in a historic palace

Toubkal National Park

Park and garden and mountain

Rick's Café

Stately "Casablanca"-inspired restaurant

Dar Si Said

Museum of regional Moroccan handicrafts

House of Photography in Marrakech

Museum dedicated to Moroccan photography

Palais Royal Dar El Makhzen

Royal palace with an ornate gate

Le Jardin Secret

Restored 19th-century palace & gardens

Royal Palace of Rabat

King of Morocco's primary residence

Mausoleum of Moulay Ismail

Historical, architecturally notable site

Tiskiwin Museum

Museum for Moroccan arts & crafts

Souss-Massa National Park

Vast nature area known for unique birds

Tangier American Legation Museum

Museum with history & art exhibits

Jbel Saghro

Remote, Moroccan mountain range

Musée Berbère Jardin Majorelle

Museum of Moroccan Berber culture

Cape Spartel

Famed cliff & lighthouse between seas

Agadir Beach

Lively ocean spot with volleyball nets

Chouara Tannery

Traditional tannery with a roof terrace

Nejjarine Fondouk

Museum of wood carvings & crafts

National Zoo Rabat Morocco

Zoo with simulated natural habitats

Agadir Crocodile park

Crocodile zoo with gardens & dining

Ifrane National Park

Atlas cedar trees & Barbara macaques

Arab League Park

Tranquil park with gardens & green space

Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

Expansive, stylish museum for modern art

Jebel Musa

Mountain known as a pillar of Hercules

Agadir Medina

Life-size recreation of the old medina

Agadir Birds Valley

Small zoo with a walk-through aviary

Lake Ifni

Large mountain lake amid rugged peaks

Grand Socco

Market square with fruits, spices & more

Dunes & Desert Quad Marrakech

Company hosting adventure activities

Legzira Beach

Sand & pebble beach with a huge arch

Marinid Tombs

Ruined tombs built in the 14th century


Mountain with 2 high level peaks

Dar el Makhzen

17th-c. royal palace, home to 2 museums


Water park with multiple slides & pools

Iriqui National Park

Park and garden, lake and desert

Dar Jamai Museum

Traditional crafts in a storied palace

Plage d'Agadir

Long, busy sandy beach & promenade

Abderrahman Slaoui Museum

Private museum of art & jewelry

Borj Nord

Scenic museum of weapons & armor

Museum of Moroccan Judaism

Jewish history exhibits with artifacts

Aben Danan Synagogue

Simple 17th-century Orthodox synagogue

Minaret de la Koutoubia

Soaring minaret of a grand mosque

Imi-n-Ifri Formation

Huge natural bridge in a deep gorge

Taourirt Kasbah

Historic kasbah with fine architecture

Lahdim Square

Lively square with views of Bab Mansour


Seasonal wetland with migratory birds

Boulevard de la Corniche

Oceanfront boulevard with nightlife

Plage d'Essaouira

Windy Atlantic sandy beach next to port

Andalusian Gardens

Small garden with flowers & fruit trees

Tazekka National Park

Mountains, cedar forest & Barbary deer

Archaeological Museum

1920s museum with archeological exhibits

Talassemtane National Park

Trekking trails & God’s Bridge rock


Sleek gallery for modern African artwork

Anima (André Heller Garden)

2-acre garden with artist's sculptures

Madrasa Bou Inania

14th-century Islamic school with mosaics

Jbel Sirwa

Extinct volcano known for hiking

Kasbah Amridil

Living museum in a 17th-century fortress

Place Petit Socco

Site of a renowned 19th-century souk


Mountain, forest, volcano, nature and lagoon

Sidi Abderrahman islet

Mausoleum and history

Flight Distance and Flying Time to Morocco

Flights from Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel - Ben Gurion Intl Airport (TLV) to Morocco (RAK) - The flight distance between these airports is 2,503 miles (4,029 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 6 hours 3 minutes.

Flights from Eilat, Israel - Eilat Airport (ETH) to Morocco (RAK) - The flight distance between these airports is 2,545 miles (4,096 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 6 hours 9 minutes.

Flights from Ramon, Israel - Ramon Airport (ETM) to Morocco (RAK) - The flight distance between these airports is 2,545 miles (4,096 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 6 hours 9 minutes.

Flights from Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel - Sde Dov Airport (SDV) to Morocco (RAK) - The flight distance between these airports is 2,496 miles (4,017 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 6 hours 2 minutes.

Flights from Haifa, Israel - Haifa Airport (HFA) to Morocco (RAK) - The flight distance between these airports is 2,502 miles (4,027 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 6 hours 3 minutes.

Flights from Ovda, Israel - Ovda Airport (VDA) to Morocco (RAK) - The flight distance between these airports is 2,537 miles (4,083 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 6 hours 8 minutes.

Travel Videos About Morocco


Short Guide to Morocco

Morocco is not very far away from Europe, a short way from Spain, this country is brimming with the delights and experiences quite different from anything found anywhere else in the world. It is situated at the crossroads between East and West, a fusion of cultures and sights emanating from within the western world and Africa.

One of the main attractions of Morocco is its pleasant climate. Positioned at the top of the Westside of Africa this nation is a haven for tourists seeking a warm Mediterranean climate and a more mystical experience. Morocco is also famous for the arts and crafts which the local people are renowned for making. From intricately designed cutlery to exquisitely woven carpets, it is highly unlikely for anyone to leave Morocco without a memento to remind them of their visit.

Numerous other experiences are on offer in Morocco, particularly found within the central and northern parts of the country. In the Atlas Mountains, for example, skiing is a particularly popular attraction. For the more adventurous amongst you, a trip to dramatic Western Sahara to explore the sand dunes of the desert may be more to your liking, choose from horseback, camel or jeep to enjoy amazing scenes.

Whatever your reason for visiting this country, whether it be to simply enjoy the weather, sample its world-famous cuisine or take advantage of its unique and distinctive environments, Morocco is certain to please. It also has a rich and interesting history that spans back centuries. With the cities of Marrakech and Fez, you will find ancient ruins of various ruling factions which dominated this location.

Enjoy the bustling marketplaces and squares where you will find a variety of different acts taking place, from snake charmers to monkey handlers fascinating to the visitors who come to them. When looking back on your time in Morocco, memories will include warm personalities, the aroma of mint tea and a place which you will no doubt want to return to one day.

Numerous different empires had an interest historically in the country of Morocco. The people have seen everyone from Romans and Greeks trying to conquer this location. In the seventh century, Morocco was conquered by the Muslim armies and consequently, the majority of the population converted to Islam.

However, numerous ancient communities still exist in Morocco including a sizeable Jewish population. In recent times there has been an attempt by European countries to control this region, France and Spain have had influence here until Morocco gained independence in the year 1956. Owing to this chequered history Morocco presents an interesting quagmire with all its various influences which have affected it over time.

The official language of Morocco is Arabic. French and Spanish are also widely used whilst English is also utilised in tourist areas. Native French speakers should have no problem conversing in this land.

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Cheapest flight routes found to Morocco

From Tel Aviv

From Tel Aviv (TLV), Israel to Marrakech, Morocco (RAK): ₪775

Depart: 13 Jan 2025 · Return: 20 Jan 2025 Price found 20 May 2024, 15:43

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