7 Days trip in Morocco

Budget: 0 USD - 250 USD Cultural experiences
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Morocco is a diverse and culturally rich country located in North Africa, with a fascinating history and stunning landscapes.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to MAD
MAD 10.15
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Jardin Majorelle

    150 minutes

    Explore the beautiful botanical garden created by the French painter Jacques Majorelle, which is now owned by Yves Saint Laurent, featuring a serene landscape filled with colorful plants, water features, and Berber Museum.

  2. Bahia Palace

    120 minutes

    Visit the magnificent palace complex that was built in the late 19th century with a unique blend of Islamic and Moroccan styles, featuring grand courtyards, intricate tiles, and painted ceilings.

  3. Jemaa el-Fnaa

    120 minutes

    Experience the vibrant atmosphere of the main square in Marrakesh, filled with street performers, food stalls, and local vendors selling traditional handicrafts and souvenirs.

Day 2

  1. Kasbah of the Udayas

    90 minutes

    Discover the historic fortified citadel that was built in the 12th century on a hill overlooking the Bou Regreg river, featuring traditional Moroccan architecture and stunning views.

  2. Chellah Necropolis

    120 minutes

    Visit the ancient Roman ruins and medieval necropolis that are now home to a variety of bird species, including storks and herons, in a peaceful and historical setting.

  3. Kasbah des Oudaias

    150 minutes

    Experience the authentic Moroccan culture and cuisine in the picturesque Kasbah area, filled with charming white and blue-washed houses, narrow alleys, and quaint cafes and restaurants.

Day 3

  1. Hassan II Mosque

    120 minutes

    Visit the largest mosque in Morocco and one of the most impressive in the world, featuring breathtaking architecture, intricate decorations, and stunning ocean views.

  2. Royal Palace of Casablanca

    90 minutes

    Take a glimpse of the majestic and elegant palace that serves as the official residence of the king of Morocco, with beautiful gardens and a grand entrance gate.

  3. Habbous Quarter

    150 minutes

    Experience the authentic Moroccan shopping and dining scene in this vibrant quarter, featuring traditional souks, handicrafts, and local delicacies like pastries, olives, and mint tea.

Day 4

  1. Volubilis

    120 minutes

    Explore the fascinating ancient Roman ruins that are now a UNESCO World Heritage site, featuring well-preserved mosaics, beautiful arches, and stunning views of the surrounding hills.

  2. Moulay Idriss

    90 minutes

    Visit the peaceful and holy town that is considered as the spiritual heart of Morocco, with narrow streets, white buildings, and a mausoleum of the founder of the first Muslim dynasty in the country.

  3. Fes el Bali

    150 minutes

    Experience the vibrant and maze-like old town of Fes, with a plethora of souks, mosques, and madrasas, as well as delicious Moroccan cuisine like tagine, harira soup, and pastilla.

Day 5

  1. Sidi Bou Said

    120 minutes

    Discover the picturesque and enchanting blue and white village overlooking the Mediterranean sea, featuring beautiful architecture, craft shops, cafes, and panoramic views.

  2. Bardo Museum

    90 minutes

    Explore the impressive collection of art and artifacts that spans the history of Tunisia and North Africa, housed in a former Bey palace with beautiful courtyards and gardens.

  3. La Goulette

    150 minutes

    Experience the lively and eclectic waterfront district that reflects the multicultural and cosmopolitan identity of Tunis, with seafood restaurants, bars, and cultural sites like the Cathedral of St. Louis.

Day 6

  1. Valle de la Luna

    120 minutes

    Discover the breathtaking and surreal lunar landscape of red and white rock formations in the Andes mountains, shaped by millions of years of erosion and volcanic activity.

  2. Reserva Provincial Laguna Brava

    180 minutes

    Experience the natural beauty and diversity of the high-altitude wetland that is home to a variety of bird species, including flamingos, as well as unique geological formations and pristine lakes.

  3. Cuesta de Miranda

    150 minutes

    Marvel at the stunning panoramic views of the rugged mountains and valleys along the winding and scenic road that connects Famatina and Chilecito, featuring fascinating geology and rich history.

Day 7

  1. Parque Nacional Talampaya

    180 minutes

    Explore the breathtaking and unique red-rock canyon that is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site, featuring stunning cliffs, caves, petroglyphs, and fossils from the Triassic period.

  2. Parque Provincial Ischigualasto

    210 minutes

    Embark on a geological and archaeological journey through time in the fascinating and remote Ischigualasto park, featuring a rare and intact sequence of landforms and fossils from the Late Triassic period.

  3. Plaza Independencia

    120 minutes

    Relax and enjoy the vibrant and bustling heart of Mendoza, with fountains, monuments, cafes, and street performers, surrounded by historic buildings and modern sculptures.

Estimated Cost (USD)


5-15 USD per night
budget hotel
20-30 USD per night
20-40 USD per night


local bus
1-2 USD per ride
shared taxi
10-20 USD per ride
private taxi
50-100 USD per day


street food
1-5 USD per meal
budget restaurant
5-15 USD per meal
fancy restaurant
20-50 USD per meal


museum entrance fee
2-5 USD
guided city tour
20-50 USD per day
camel riding
20-50 USD per day

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