Morocco Travel Costs

Depending upon the preferred mode of accommodation, food, and travel, you can make a budget according to your own requirements. However, this guide will help you get an estimate of what it can cost you per day to travel around the city.
The currency of the country is Moroccan Dirham (MAD), and you should get an adequate amount of the local currency along with dollars and plastic cash on a trip to the country.
Accommodation will be higher in popular cities such as Marrakesh and Fez when compared to other parts of the country.

An average dorm room can cost a solo traveler anywhere between 50-100 MAD.
Budget hotels will begin at around 130 MAD per night for a double room.
Private rooms in hotels will easily cost around 250…

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Money-saving Tips

You can save a lot of money in the country by sticking to the local culture and avoiding the fancy European places there. Before you leave your home it’s important to note these tips down. From the safety of the luxury recliner, they might not seem important, but they will be when you’re there. First up, some people say it’s important to carry your own cookware sets with you. However, this will mean you’re having to find quality kitchen faucets to wash them regularly. The bottom line is to make sure you plan out your savings from the start. Here are a few tips on how you can enjoy your stay at a budget while savoring the local culture at its best:

Negotiate taxi fares –local taxis will always be willing to negotiate with you. They do not have a set…

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Where to Stay in Morocco

You have three available lodging options to choose from:

Multi-bed hostels
Mid-range local hotel rooms
Luxury apartments and suites

Depending on the group size and budget of your group, you can choose either of the options for staying in different cities. Keep in mind that the price of accommodation will be higher in cities like Marrakesh and Fez compared to other cities that are much less populated.
Another great option for accommodation is to try out the local Couchsurfing options. Not only can you find good accommodation that way, but you can also have a personal guide to show you around….

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Daily Budget

While your overall budget will depend on what cities you are planning to travel and what region you are currently in, this will be an estimate of how much a day in an average city might cost for different types of travelers.

For a backpacker – while backpackers are already experienced in how to save money on a daily basis, this city might take you for a spin. If you plan to stay in a hostel, eat from the local food stalls, and use public transportation, you can get through the day in no more than 400-500 MAD. This includes some basic city tour price as well as a visit or two to a public hammam.
For a mid-range budget couple – if you’re a couple staying in a budget hotel, eating out at decent shops, taking well-guided tours, and occasionally using private …

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Top 5 Things to See and Do in Morocco

The best and worst thing about Morocco comes in the varying landscapes the country provides as you travel through it. From the mountain terrains of Atlas Mountains to the coastal areas facing the Mediterranean Sea, you can easily get lost between so many options.
Even though there are endless options to discover in the Mediterranean country, here are the top five things that you need to see and do while exploring Morocco:
Explore the City of Marrakesh

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Other Things to See and Do in Morocco

While the usual tourist attractions get their fair share of the crowd, there are also certain less explored regions in the country which are equally, if not more, exciting and fun to visit. Here is a small list of the things you can do while roaming around the country:

Find love in Medinas – the medinas are the heart and soul of the city. The continuous chaos which runs through the streets depicts the never-tiring spirit of the city. Every turn and twist will bring you an unexpected surprise which will make you fall in love with the place. Be a little cautious though, as the love may end up burning a hole in your pocket.
Trek through the Torda Gorge – recommended for those who love to take challenging hikes in unexplored regions, this gorge is quickly becoming …

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