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Marrakesh Weather in August, Morocco

Marrakesh Averages August


  • What is Average Temperature?
    The average high temperature and the average low temperature for that month, on a daily basis, divided by 2 equals the average temperature for that month


  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    High Temperature

  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    Low Temperature

  • What is Average Day Temperature?
    The average temperature recorded between sunrise and sunset

    Day Temperature

  • What is Average Night Temperature?
    The average temperature recorded between sunset and sunrise

    Night Temperature

  • What are Average Daily Sunshine Hours?
    Total sunshine hours for the month, divided by the number of days in the month. Sunshine hours are taken with a sunshine recorder, either a Campbell-Stokes recorder or an Eppley Pyreheliometer

    Sunshine Hours

    10.5 hours
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years

    Rainfall Days

    1.2 days
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years


    3.4 mm

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Marrakesh Daily Averages August

August 2024 Daily Averages

1 Avg 29º 84º
2 Avg 28º 82º
3 Avg 29º 84º
4 Avg 29º 84º
5 Avg 29º 84º
6 Avg 30º 86º
7 Avg 29º 84º
8 Avg 30º 86º
9 Avg 30º 86º
10 Avg 30º 86º
11 Avg 33º 91º
12 Avg 32º 90º
13 Avg 31º 88º
14 Avg 30º 86º
15 Avg 30º 86º
16 Avg 30º 86º
17 Avg 28º 82º
18 Avg 28º 82º
19 Avg 30º 86º
20 Avg 31º 88º
21 Avg 31º 88º
22 Avg 30º 86º
23 Avg 29º 84º
24 Avg 29º 84º
25 Avg 29º 84º
26 Avg 28º 82º
27 Avg 29º 84º
28 Avg 28º 82º
29 Avg 28º 82º
30 Avg 28º 82º
31 Avg 27º 81º
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What's the Weather Like in Marrakesh in August


The weather in Marrakesh in August is almost as scorching hot as in July and so is very busy and dusty. The high temperatures mean that you should take precautions to avoid sunburn and sunstroke.

Also, the searing heat however means that the very busy narrow streets can become rather overwhelming. If crowds are not your thing then you would be best to visit Marrakesh at a quieter time of year. 

The average daily temperature in August is 29 degrees. It is easy to think that it would make for a pleasant holiday but the high temperature can reach up to 36 degrees Celsius, often during the early afternoon. The low temperature can dip down to 21 degrees Celsius, which is often during the night.


The average day enjoy seven hours of sunshine so you can spend the hottest time of day inside without wasting the whole day's beautiful weather. Plan to pack layers for the temperature changes but not for any rainfall.


Marrakesh only sees ten milimetres of rainfall, usually all in one day at some point in the month. You won't be needing to bring waterproof clothing if you're visiting Marrakesh in August.

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Hotels for Marrakesh in August

L'Heure d'Ete

Modern and effortless, the L'Heure d'Ete hotel is also a wonderful change of pace from the typical hotels in Marrakesh. Conveniently located near the Djemma El Fna, or large Main Square, this hotel is spacious and comfortable, with contemporary decorations. This hotel also has a small spa located within its grounds if you would like to pamper yourself without leaving the resort.

Riad Zinoun

Another great budget hotel is the Riad Zinoun, which is also located near the Djemma El Fna. It's worth knowing that many hotels in the city are located near the Main Square, as so many streets and attractions radiate from it.

However, this hotel does stand out with its affordable nightly rates and relatively quiet setting. It is located at the end of a street so much of the foot traffic and nightlife is kept at a distance, which would be hard to find with such a convenient location.

Sirayane Boutique Hotel & Spa

Considered one of the best Marrakesh hotels in terms of luxury, the Sirayane Boutique Hotel & Spa does not disappoint. More modern than many local hotels in the sense that it has 28 rooms, there are a number of activities for guests to enjoy while on the grounds. There is a hotel bar, fitness centre, restaurant and swimming pool available for use.

La Villa des Orangers

With more privacy and quiet than the average hotel in downtown Marrakesh, theLa Villa desOrangers offers guests a little bit extra. The large swimming pool is surrounded by large, mature trees so it feels private. This hotel is also only two stories high so it more closely resembles a villa in atmosphere than a large hotel.

Riad Diana

Cosy with a somewhat romantic air, the Riad Diana is an appropriate hotel for couples or families alike. Located in central Marrakesh but not near the main square, this hotel is convenient for exploring the city without maximum street noise. But with only five rooms, this charming hotel fills up quickly!

Restaurants and Bars for Marrakesh in August


No trip to Morocco is complete without a trip to a French restaurant and Jo's is hard to beat in this respect.  This ornately decorated restaurant has a menu complete with classic French options, such as filet mignon and creme brulee. 

Ultimo Baccio

Another European option while in Marrakesh is the Ultimo Baccio. This Italian restaurant offers mouth-watering cuisine and reasonable prices. Open from breakfast through dinner and available for delivery, this restaurant is both flexible and a breath of fresh air from the plethora of French and Moroccan eateries. Classics including gnocchi, pizza and fresh breads which are made daily.

Chez Chegrouni

For cheap eats in a spectacular setting, make your way to Chez Chegrouni. This simple and straightforward bistro occupies a stunning spot above the Djemma El Fna (Main Square) and is a superb place to stop and watch the city bustle away throughout the the afternoon. 

Dar Moha

Dar Moha certainly ranks as one of the city's most fashionable eateries and promises diners the authentic Moroccan gastronomic experience. Set in a stunning riad owned by fashion designer Pierre Balmain, the restaurant serves up tagines in rustic earthenware dishes, along with an enticing selection of mezes and mouth-watering pastries. 


Another place which offers impressive rooftop views is Kosybar, which is located near the Badi Palace. This quiet venue sells wines exclusively from its owner's vineyards and is a perfect place to unwind after an action-packed day of sightseeing and excursions. 

Things to Do in Marrakesh in August

Moroccodunes Day Tours

If you are feeling brave and well-hydrated, consider booking a trip with the Moroccodunes Day Tours. This adventure company offers a wide range of tours for active travellers including 4 x 4 drives across the Sahara, driving in the beautiful Atlas Mountains, swimming in the Atlantic Ocean and visiting the numerous villages that dot the countryside. However, ask your tour guide if there are any concerns with heat and unrelenting sunshine.

Station Marrakesh

For a taste of beautiful architecture and lovely coffee, the Station Marrakesh is a lovely attraction. This historic railroad station has beautiful, ornate architecture that has been well-preserved throughout the years.

Inside of it, there are numerous cafes and stations to grab a bite to eat or a cup of coffee. Even if you are not traveling by train throughout the country, you can still stop by to see a bit of old Marrakesh, updated for the modern era.


In the middle of the day the dry heat of Marrakesh can be overbearing and the tranquil gardens of Menara make an excellent place to pause for respite. This inner-city oasis is still considered something of a hidden gem among locals and you'll see dozens of couples and families stopping here throughout the afternoon for picnics and lazing about. 

Dates for the diary

August, despite its impressive and overpowering heat, sees numerous festivals and holidays in Morocco. There are both cultural and national days to plan for when visiting the area. One tremendously unique event occurs in August is the Festival of Fantasia, which occurs towards the end of the month. In Meknes, a region further into the desert and east of Marrakesh, local tribes don traditional garb and mount horses.

This affords individuals the opportunity to show off their horses and horse-riding skills. The festival would be a considerable car ride from Marrakesh but if you are interested in cultural history or even horseback riding, this will be a memorable experience.

Two national holidays are observed during the month of August the Oued Eddahab Allegiance Day and the Anniversary of the King and the People's Revolution. In both cases, be mindful that many businesses may be closed in observance of these dates.

The Oued Eddahab Allegiance Day marks the day that the southern province of Morocco, which lends its name to this holiday, was recovered from the Spanish empire in 1979.

The Anniversary of the King and the People's Revolution celebrates the day when the French empire was removed from power in Morocco in 1953. This day honours both the king's and the people's role in making this monumental shift in power.

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