Standard Moroccan time is on GMT/UTC.

Daylight saving Daylight saving runs from the end of March to the end of October. The exception is during Ramadan, when Morocco reverts to GMT, but it goes back again to daylight saving afterwards.

Daylight saving almost always causes confusion in Morocco; watch out for 'city time' and 'medina time' – many people in medinas never bother to change their clocks either way.

Spain If you’re travelling to/from Spain (including Ceuta and Melilla), note that Spanish clocks run on GMT+1 (+2 in summer), so double-check your times if catching a ferry.

Local attitudes Time is something that most Moroccans seem to have plenty of; they’re not in nearly as much of a hurry to get things done as most Westerners. Rather than getting frustrated by this, learn to go with the flow a little.

Differences from Standard Moroccan Time

Australia

Capital city

Canberra

Difference from Morocco

+11hr

Canada

Capital city

Ottawa

Difference from Morocco

-5hr

France

Capital city

Paris

Difference from Morocco

+1hr

Germany

Capital city

Berlin

Difference from Morocco

+1hr

Japan

Capital city

Tokyo

Difference from Morocco

+9hr

Netherlands

Capital city

Amsterdam

Difference from Morocco

+1hr

New Zealand

Capital city

Wellington

Difference from Morocco

+13hr

Spain

Capital city

Madrid

Difference from Morocco

+1hr

UK

Capital city

London

Difference from Morocco

0hr

USA

Capital city

Washington DC

Difference from Morocco

-5hr