Morocco Night Train
Trains are a great way to travel between the main cities of Morocco. The country’s rail network is often considered one of the best in Africa,. And trains are comfortable, generally punctual and, most importantly, safe. Night trains allow you to travel after dark, instead of losing hours of daylight that could be spent on sightseeing and exploring. They also contribute to the romance of the Transmarokko trip – especially if you pay extra for a berth.
Where do Morocco night train go?
All Moroccan trains, including those that run during the day, are operated by the ONCF (Office National des Chemins de Fer). Night trains are defined as those equipped with sleeping cars, and there are four separate services from which to choose. You travel between Marrakech in the center of the country and Tangier, the legendary port of entry on the banks of the Strait of Gibraltar. Another trip leads between Casablanca (on the Atlantic coast of Morocco) and Oudja in the northeast of the country. There is a road from Tangier to Oudja and one from Casablanca to Nador, also on the northeast coast. The first two routes are the most popular and their details are listed below.