I am planning to visit Morocco solo in April 2016. I need some information regarding cost of the two week trip, food, lodging etc. I am interest to see historical/ancient places also spiritual gathering.
i need something like do's and don't list as this would be my 1st time there.
i also want to visit Jordan, Egypt and Turkey i know its kind of far from Morocco but i just want to know if there is any cheap way to go there. i really want to see Jordan, Petra and historical places there.
Hello Asim, TorGuy
“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta
Find a way to save some money and go to Morocco. It is one of our favorite countries. It is safe...and amazingly wonderful. Please go.
The cost will depend on you. If you don't drink much you can do it much cheaper. if you are willing to eat at street stands it will lower your cost.
I would imagine you can find places to stay for $50 night. I would plan $100 per day total to be safe but imagine you'll be able to do it for less.
Enjoy ...and we are eager to read your blogs.
I did a journey to Spain and Morocco by myself in 2012:
(unfortunately written in german but you might get a hint.
I think I only mised two Things: excursion to the Sahara and Swimming in the Atlantic. But I did the 4 royal cities (Fes and Marrakech were especially cool) and Casablanca and Tanger. Only Thing I did not like: the way many moroccians seem to see you as a source of Money, especially if you walk alone on the street. I am also not sure if all the Food sold at the street is fine. I did not get sick by myself but that might have been just luck. I especially like the morrocian guest houses in the old cities. They were really cool and much better than Standard western Hotels. In General it was a very interesting Adventure. In 2015 I wanted to repeat it by going to Tunisia but the 2 big Terrorist attacks made me Change my plans.
Thanks guys, unfortunately, I changed my mind, I am now going to Turkey as I feel that there much more historically to see in Turkey than Morocco after I visited some travel blogs and pictures I fell in love with Turkey, not that Morocco has lesser value than Turkey but may be some other time for Morocco.