When we were leaving on a three week trip (September 27th - October 18th) to Morocco, we didn't know exactly how expensive it is going to be. In the end we were pleasantly surprised with the outcome.
We bought 2 return flight tickets from Venice, Italy to Casablanca, Morocco in advance. Everything else we spent were admission fees, travel (bus, train and taxi rides), food, drink and accommodation expenses, various other shopping expenses (gifts, postcards etc.), a trip to the Erg Chebbi desert and some other things.
(3 week SUM)
|SUM||59 EUR||1.307 EUR|
|MyAir flight tickets (including taxes)||13 EUR||282 EUR|
|Travel expenses (bus, train & taxi)||9 EUR||189 EUR|
|Accomodation (budget hotels)||11 EUR||247 EUR|
|Food & drinks||16 EUR||351 EUR|
|Admission fees (desert trip, museums etc.)||8 EUR||167 EUR|
|Other (gifts, postcards etc.)||3 EUR||71 EUR|
It all added up to 1.300 EUR for both of us. On average that's under 60 Euros per day!
Considering we traveled more then 2.500 kilometers (1.550 miles) around Morocco I'd say it was a bargain. You can check out a detailed map of our trip in this post.
So if you liked the report of our Moroccan adventure, I recommend you do it yourself. I am pretty sure you will enjoy it much more and spend less money if you do it without an agency.
Let me just point out that MyAir (the low cost airline we used) are not flying at the moment. They are grounded due to financial problems. That shouldn't be a problem, because there are many alternatives available out there.