Backpacking through a country is one of the most classic ways to travel, conjuring visions of broke college kids hiking through Europe subsisting on microwaveable noodles and staying in sketchy hostels. Backpacking doesn’t have to be sketchy or uncomfortable, though. You can backpack on a budget while still seeing everything you want to see, and doing in relative comfort — especially in a country like Morocco. Here’s how to effectively backpack through Morocco.
Accommodation costs can vary greatly depending on where you choose to stay. Budget hostels in major cities like Marrakech or Fes can range from $10 – $20 per night for a dorm room. If you prefer a bit more comfort, mid-range hotels and guesthouses can be found for around $40 – $60 per night — still pretty cheap. It’s worth noting that many accommodations also offer complimentary breakfast.