7 Days trip in Morocco

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD Beach activities
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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
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Day 1

  1. Sidi Bouknadel Beach

    120 minutes

    Sidi Bouknadel is a beautiful beach located near Rabat. Enjoy a relaxing day sunbathing and swimming in the Mediterranean Sea. You can also try water sports such as jet skiing and windsurfing.

  2. Kasbah des Oudaias

    90 minutes

    Kasbah des Oudaias is a historic fortress located on a hill overlooking the ocean. Explore the small alleys and alleys of the medina, or admire the beautifully kept Andalusian gardens.

  3. La Sqala

    120 minutes

    Sample authentic Moroccan cuisine at La Sqala, a restaurant housed in a renovated fortress. Enjoy a traditional tagine or couscous while sipping on some Moroccan mint tea.

Day 2

  1. Rabat Ville Railway Station

    30 minutes

    Take a train to the city of Casablanca for a day trip. The Rabat Ville Railway Station is conveniently located in the heart of Rabat and has frequent trains to Casablanca.

  2. Hassan II Mosque

    120 minutes

    Visit one of the largest mosques in the world, the Hassan II Mosque. Marvel at the intricate details and architecture of the mosque, which includes a retractable roof over the courtyard.

  3. Ain Diab Beach

    180 minutes

    Spend the afternoon at Ain Diab Beach, a popular spot for swimming and sunbathing. You can also rent a horse for a scenic ride along the beach or try some water sports like surfing or jet skiing.

Day 3

  1. Chellah Necropolis

    90 minutes

    Explore the ancient ruins and tombs of the Chellah Necropolis. Located in the heart of Rabat, this historic site offers beautiful views of the surrounding gardens and river.

  2. Bab Rouah

    60 minutes

    Visit the historic gate Bab Rouah, built in the 12th century during the Almohad Dynasty. This gate is an important landmark in Rabat and offers great photo opportunities.

  3. Skhirat Beach

    180 minutes

    Head to Skhirat Beach for some swimming and sunbathing. This beach is popular with locals and also offers water sports activities like windsurfing and jet skiing.

Day 4

  1. Le Dhow

    120 minutes

    Enjoy dinner and some live music aboard Le Dhow, an old restored ship docked in the Bouregreg River. Sample some traditional Moroccan dishes while taking in the stunning views of Rabat at night.

  2. Andalusian Gardens

    60 minutes

    Relax and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere at the Andalusian Gardens, located in the heart of Rabat. These gardens are beautifully maintained and offer a glimpse of the city's past.

  3. Bazaar of the Medina

    120 minutes

    Experience the hustle and bustle of the Bazaar of the Medina, where you can shop for spices, textiles, and other traditional items. Don't forget to sample some street food like khobz or bissara.

Day 5

  1. Oualidia Lagoon

    360 minutes

    Take a day trip to the stunning Oualidia Lagoon, a natural paradise known for its pink flamingos and oyster farms. Take a boat ride or go kayaking to explore the lagoon's many channels and inlets.

  2. Safi Beach

    180 minutes

    Relax on the sandy beaches of Safi, a charming coastal town known for its pottery. You can also rent a surfboard or go for a swim in the ocean.

  3. Le Riad Monceau

    120 minutes

    Experience the traditional atmosphere of a Moroccan riad at Le Riad Monceau. Enjoy a delicious dinner of couscous or tagine in a beautiful courtyard setting.

Day 6

  1. Oudayas Museum

    90 minutes

    Learn more about the history and culture of Morocco at the Oudayas Museum, located in the historic Kasbah. The museum has a collection of artifacts and exhibits that showcase the country's rich heritage.

  2. Bou-Inania Madrasa

    90 minutes

    Take a day trip to the historic city of Meknes and visit the Bou-Inania Madrasa, a beautiful Quranic school built in the 14th century. Admire the intricate details and architecture of this stunning building.

  3. La Sqala

    120 minutes

    Sample more delicious Moroccan cuisine at La Sqala, a favorite among locals. Try some of their seafood dishes or go for a traditional lamb tagine.

Day 7

  1. Mohammed V Mausoleum

    60 minutes

    Pay respects at the Mohammed V Mausoleum, the burial place of the late King Mohammed V and his two sons. This is one of the most famous landmarks in Rabat.

  2. Rabat Beach

    120 minutes

    Spend your last day in Rabat relaxing on the sandy Rabat Beach. Take a swim in the Atlantic Ocean or go for a surf lesson with one of the local instructors.

  3. Luxury Spa

    180 minutes

    Unwind and relax with a spa treatment at one of Rabat's luxury spas. Treat yourself to a massage, facial, or other soothing treatments before heading back home.

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-20 USD per night
Budget Hotel
25-50 USD per night
50-150 USD per night


Petit Taxi
1-5 USD per ride
0.50-1 USD per ride
Rental Car
25-50 USD per day


Street Food
2-5 USD per meal
Budget Restaurant
5-15 USD per meal
Fancy Restaurant
20-50 USD per meal


Hassan Tower
5 USD entrance fee
Chellah Necropolis
7 USD entrance fee
Oudayas Kasbah
Free entrance

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