Morocco has fascinated European travellers ever since the 19th century. Its picturesque deserts, the imposing and wandering Atlas Mountains, and Islamic culture all appealing to Westerners.
Reasons to book with Zest Car Rental
Zest Car Rental provides a fresh approach to car hire in Morocco. Booking a car through us is simple and hassle-free because we like to make things easy. We won’t charge amendment or credit card fees or try to confuse you with jargon. We’ll just be open and honest – you can’t say fairer than that.
We work with a variety of car hire providers so you're certain to find the perfect vehicle for your Moroccan adventure at a great price. Should you need to talk to us, our UK based head office is open 6 days a week and we also operate a 24/7 emergency phone line.
As roads in Morocco can be a bit dodgy, we provide breakdown assistance as well as offering top-up insurance to ensure you’re completely covered just in case the worst should happen.
Highlights of Morocco
You are guaranteed a holiday that you will remember forever no matter whereabouts in Morocco you base your getaway. Furthermore, Zest Car Rental is right around the corner whether you are checking in at:
Agadir Airport - The resort of Agadir is a perfect place to start when exploring all Morocco has to offer. The huge sweeping beaches are great for topping up your tan, while the old Kasbah district and the magnificent Toubkal National Park are just short drives away.
Fes Airport - Holidaymakers will never be stuck for things to see and do around Fes. A city that has remained largely medieval in its design, sightseers will be in awe as they try to seek out every one of the district's extraordinary monuments.
Marrakech Airport - Another city that’s maintained its medieval look and feel over the decades, Marrakech stands out for its bustling square - musicians, dancers and acrobats show off their skills here on a daily basis - while the wonderful Menara Gardens are within easy reach in the High Atlas Mountains.
Tangier Airport - Despite going through a period of renovation, Tangier has still managed to maintain its status of being a traditional international port. The city is also one of the best places from which to explore the northern coast of Morocco, while the island of Gibraltar is within easy reach and makes for a great day out.