MOROCCO ALLROAD TOUR

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  • Morocco
  • Off Road
  • Road
Basic level
16 days
Starting Price: 2.200

general information

Spectacular Pistes and dry riverbeds Morocco is popular and for a reason. The climate is foremost in spring and autumn ideal for riding and maybe even more important: Both the asphalted and dirtroads in the Atlas Range, accross the passes and through the canyons and gorges are great. Make sure you have enough grip all around your tyres. Morocco is there for all types of riders and because we do not ride with front riders and there are route options for every-one, all who come along will enjoy discovering Morocco to the fullest, along the paved roads and the dirt tracks, from light-enduro gravel to the more difficult dry riverbeds and sand dunes. Also the souks of Marrakech and Fez with the famous leather tanneries and a camel ride into the desert are highlights of this tour.
Equipment and Clothing

Bring your own

DAY 1

Arrival at the 1st Hotel near Malaga by air or own transport

Welcoming dinner


DAY 2 

To Casares (ES)

Riding some great dirt tracks or stay on the paved roads winding their way through the Sierras of Andalusia. Casares is a very picturesque village.

Distance app. 200 km


DAY 3 

To Meknes (MA)

First we cross the channel to Morocco by ferry. Then we ride the paved road through part of the Rift range following the Hajera river and the Col du Zeggota towards the first Imperial City on this tour.

Distance app. 360 km


DAY 4

To Beni-Mellal

There are many route options (mostly paved) visiting the de Sources de l'Oum er Rbia (rivers), de Tizi-n-Ait-Ouirra and the Tiz-n-Ifar (passes), the Gorge de l'O-el-Abid (canyon) and the Cascades d'Ouzoud (waterfal).

Distance app. 280 km


DAY 5 

To Marrakech

The 2nd Imperial City on our tour. We stay at a hotel on the edge of the Medina (old city)

Distance app. 250 km


DAY 6 

Day to discover Marrakech with it's many historical sites and famous souk (market) full of merchants and artisans.


DAY 7 

To Ait Benhaddou

Heading into the Atlas mountains crossing the Tizi-n-Tichka (pass) with some options of dirt riding. Accommodation at a Moroccan Kasbah.

Distance app. 170 km


DAY 8 

To Boumalne Dades

Different route options both paved and unpaved incl. a rivercrossing to Ouarzezate, and optional past Agdz and Nekob (offroad) across the beautiful Tizi-n-Tazazertt (pass).

Accommodation at a Moroccan Kasbah

Distance between 150 and 290 km


DAY 9 

Extra Day in Boumalne Dades

A day to ride (without luggage) through the Gorges du Dades and Todra (canyons) and choose to ride the dirtroad connecting the two, giving you stunning views over the Atlas Mountains or follow the dry riverbed (hard enduro). For those who can't get enough of it there are more offroad route options available

Distance depending on your route.


DAY 10 

To Merzouga

Different route options through an oasis full of date palm and olive trees heading into the desert. Routes both passable for dirtriders and those who prefer to stick to the asfalt. Afternoon camelride into the highest sand dunes of Morocco. Distance app. 260 km

Accommodation at a Moroccan Kasbah


DAY 11 

To Midelt

Option to ride dirt or asfalt roads through the dessert towards the Gorge du Ziz (canyon) to Midelt. Possible to ride the stunning Cirque de Jaffar for experienced dirt riders or do only part of it for less experiences riders. Accommodation at a hotel.

Distance app. 260 km


DAY 12 

To Fez

Different route options, both dirt and asfalt; across the Tizi-n-Abekhanes (pass) or through the Forêt de Cedres (forest). Accommodation at a hotel.

Distance app. 200 km


DAY 13 

Day to discover Fez with it's leather tanneries at the famous souk (market) full of merchants and artisans, with an english speaking local guide.


DAY 14 

To Chefchaouen

There are different route options, mostly paved. Chefchaouen is the very picturesque 'blue city' stuck on a hill top many think is the best place in Morocco.

the Distance app. 220 km


DAY 15 

To Malaga

Distance to the ferry is 40km on a paved road. Depending on how quick we get across to Algeciras, you can choose your route. In Malaga we load the bikes on the trailer for transport back to Holland and finish the day with a farewell dinner.

Distance app. 360 km


DAY 16 

Farewell to those who organised their own journey back home and those who booked incl. hoteltransfer and/or flight to Malaga Airport.


What's Included

Items that are included in the cost of tour price

  • All accommodations including breakfast
  • 12 x dinner
  • Ferrycrossing between Spain and Morocco
  • Camelsafari
  • Visit the souk of Fez with a local guide
  • Motorcycle guide
  • Roadbook + map + tracks for GPS
  • Ride-on MotorTours Tour shirt
  • Optional: Transport of motorcycle and luggage to Spain-Holland
  • Optional: Return flight to Malaga from Holland

not included in this tour

  • Transfer to Amsterdam Airport
  • Poss. charges at the border
  • Toll and fuelexpenses
  • Personal expenses
  • Insurances
  • Surcharge: For booking incl. single room
  • Surcharge: At group size of 8 participants or less

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