Morocco is one of the cheapest countries in Africa to visit. Daily costs can be as little as $20 per day.
Knowing how much it would cost you over a period of time is more complicated. It depends on the type of traveller you are. To give you a better idea, here is a daily budget guide to help you plan your stay in Morocco. (County data has been collated from over 30 sources)
A daily budget includes: accommodation, food, basic entertainment and general small daily expenses like museum entry, metro, water etc.
- Low Budget: $19 – $25 per day
- Medium Budget: $40-50 per day
- High Budget: $70 – $120 per day
- A daily budget does NOT include: organised tours, activities such as diving, travel from city to city or internal flights.
A rough guide to the total budget travellers generally spend when in Nepal is difficult to quote as only budget travellers tend to track and publish their spend. However, of those that have published their spend, the average daily total equivalent spent in Nepal was:
Low daily total equivalent: $90 per day * everything excluding flights.
To see a traveller that’s done it, see their spend breakdown:
Where to go
* There were 2 of them travelling so their daily total was $180 split between 2. A solo traveller may spend more.
For an idea of where to travel, Rough guide has two itineraries to help with that
The Grand tour – Tangier > Chefchaouen > Meknes > Fez > Merzouga > Ait Benhaddou > The High Atlas > Marrakesh > Essaouira
Tanneries in Fez
Outdoor activities – Essaouira > Taghazout > High Atlas > Oukaimeden > Todra Gorge > Erg Chebbi
Tranquil Essaouria, Morococo
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