Morocco's Office National des Chemins de Fer
(ONCF) operates one of the most modern rail systems
in Africa, linking most of the main centres. The
trains are generally comfortable, fast and a better
option than the buses - if only because sleeping
cars are available for many overnight trips. Lines
go as far south as Marrakesh. But if you miss
the train, the buses are by no means a last-ditch
option. The bus network is dense and efficient
in most areas.
Renting a car isn't cheap in Morocco,
but deals can be struck with the smaller dealers.
Petrol (gas) is available pretty much everywhere.
Take note that Moroccan roads are festooned with
police and customs roadblocks.
The bigger cities have public bus services and
the average ticket price is about Dr2.
taxis are a common sight in most cities and major
towns. They're licensed to carry up to three passengers
and can be a useful way to avoid heat exhaustion