Hunting in Morocco


in Morocco

Morocco is located in the northwest corner of Africa. It borders the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Morocco offers a wide selection of hunting activities, including great wingshooting, finest driven hunts and even real mountain hunting. It is a great choice for both the individual hunters and hunting groups of different experience and age.



Hunting in Morocco is open from October till March for most species. Hunting for the turtledove is organized from July to September. According to the state regulations, it is possible to hunt from Friday through Monday. The hunt is closed Tuesday through Thursday.



Day 1

Arrival to Casablanca, domestic flight to the hunting region, car transfer

Day 2-5

4-day hunt

Day 6

Transfer back to the airport, flight back home


We organize driven hunts for the partridge, hare, woodcock and ducks in Morocco.
The wild boar is hunted with dogs in the open fields. In addition, it is possible to take part in the driven hunt in a large fenced area (30 hectares), or try hunting from the high seats in the dusk.
A classic mountain hunt is organized to harvest a Barbary wild sheep in Morocco. It demands a medium physical exercise level. A vehicle is used for transportation around the area; however the stalk is completed on foot. Please keep in mind that snow covers the mountains in the later part of the season.

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The small rural hotels are used for accommodation in Morocco.
While hunting for the Barbary sheep the hunters stay in the comfortable guest houses within the hunting area.

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Hunting in Morocco is organized in several regions. Mostly agricultural lands and cork tree forests are used for wingshooting and driven hunts.
The Barbary sheep hunt is organized in the Béni-Snassen mountains in northeastern Morocco, around 35 miles (55 kilometers) from the town of Oujda.


Barbary Wild Boar


Morocco remains one of the major travel destinations with a lot to offer for the tourists. Its nice warm weather, stunning natural landscapes, great cuisine, ancient Roman and Islamic sites are among many other attractions. Whether you want to visit vibrant Marrakesh markets, enjoy a beach vacation, or explore excellent hiking routes in the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, Morocco will surely come through.


What I think is unique for hunting – and that is for every country I have hunted in – is the kindness and spirit of hunters. There is a lot of respect for each other, for nature, and for wildlife. This respect is unique. I believe it comes from the deep understanding of nature you gain while hunting. Jón Rúnar

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the minimum size of the group for the Wild boar hunt in Morocco?

    a group of 10 hunters is necessary for the driven hunt in the open fields. You can join another group of hunters.

  • Do mosquitos in Morocco carry malaria?

    There is no known risk of malaria in Morocco

  • Is yellow fever vaccination certificate necessary to enter Morocco?

    No specific vaccination is necessary for traveling in Morocco.

  • Do I need a visa to Morocco?

    Most travelers who want to visit Morocco can do so without applying for a visa. Please check if your country is on a list.

  • Is it allowed to drink alcohol in Morocco?

    Alcohol is served in licensed hotels, bars and in tourist areas. However, drinking alcohol in the street and anywhere other than a licensed restaurant or bar isn't allowed and can lead to arrest.

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