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FULL MOROCCO EXPERIENCE

Dates

2021 

20 – 29 February
01 – 10 October

2022

19 – 28 February
30 September – 9 October

Tour Details

 

9 night accommodation
7 riding days
Rest Days: 1 (Merzouga, 4×4 & camel ride)
Begins/Ends: Malaga
Hotel Nights Included: 9
Breakfast: 9
Dinners included: 9 (included on rest day)
Season for riders: Autumn
Distance: 1,420 miles ( 2,360 km)
Distance average per day ride: 205 miles (340 km)
Hotels: 4 & 5 star hotels mainly with SPA
Special Activities: 4×4 and camel ride on rest day in Merzouga

Motorbike rental if needed

 

Special Conditions

At most: 15 Motorbikes
At least: 10 People

 

Buchungfrist : 19. September 2021

Services Included

 
9 night accomodation with 7 riding days, 1 rest day, Arrival & departure days
9 Nights in 4 & 5 star hotels mainly with SPA including Breakfast
8 Lunch and 9 dinner included
2 Experienced guides on a motorcycle spoken
Support van for luggage with driver
Airport transfers on arrival and departure
Ferry Spain/Morocco and Morocco/Spain
Welcome Pack: Reflective vest, T-Shirt, Patch and Pin
All maps with marked routes for the region being toured
Extensive tour booklet
100 digital pictures of the tour

 

Not Included Services

Drinks that are not expressly mentioned in included services.
Gasoline, motorway tolls, personal expenses, tips, fines.
All services not specified as included in the tour price.

??? ::: Air ticket, dinners on rest days, support van for luggage, lunches, drinks, gasoline, tolls, personal spending, tips, motorcycle. 

Tour Overview

Riding in Morocco is a dream come true for any biker that loves open spaces and panoramic views. Experience the mighty Atlas and Rif mountain ranges, spectacular Tizi´n Tichka pass and explore the night Bazar of Marrakech, feel the rich culture and the warm friendship of Moroccan people. Ride through the Rif mountain, discover the surprising “Alpine” village of Ifrane and feed monkeys on the side of the road through the fragrant cedar forest . We reach the real desert in Merzouga, where we spend one day riding on the dunes in 4×4 & see the sunset riding camels. After visiting the famous Dades valley and Todra Gorge we will reveal the secrets of Marrakech . The imperial city of Rabat is one more of many unforgettable places you visit during this amazing tour.

Highlights

World Heritage Sites of: Medina of FezKsar of Ait-Ben-HaddouMedina of MarrakeshPortuguese City of Mazagan (El Jadida)Rabat, Modern Capital and Historic City: a Shared Heritage
Other cultural attractions: Old Town of Malaga; Blue village of Chefchaouen; “Alpine” village of Ifrane; De sand dunes of Sahara Desert
Natural Attractions on the way: Rif mountain Chain; Cedar Wood and Monkeys in Ifrane; The Ziz Valley; Palm Grove of Lamaarka; Thodga gorgeDades gorgeTizi´n Tichka pass; the Atlas Mountains range (4.167 metres – 13,671 ft high)
Special Activities: 4×4 desert, buggy dunes or/and camel ride in Merzouga.

Map

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival to Malaga

Your tour guide will pick you up from the airport and bring you to your hotel in Malaga. After we get you settled in the hotel and you become acquainted with your bike, just take it easy – rest in the hotel, see the town or take a short introductory ride with the guide to get accustomed to the bike (starts at 5 PM, takes about 2 hrs) In the evening we will meet for a welcome dinner and to brief you about the format of our tour, describe in detail the route of Day 2. Every night we have the briefing for next day.

Day 2: Malaga – Chefchaouen

            340km (3h 40m + 2h ferry)

We start our tour in Malaga riding towards Algeciras where the Ferry is wating to take us to our destination, the city of Tangier in Morocco. Once there, we start our great adventure discovering this magical country, realizing from the first moment that we are in a completely different environment from the one we know. The smell, the landscape, the buildings and the people show us that we will live a unique, astonishing and unforgettable experience. We ride over the Rif mountains and sleep in the city of Chefchaouen, which will seduce us with its simple blue shaded architecture.

Day 3: Chefchaouen – Fes

            260km (around 3h 45min)

We continue our route through the mountain region Rif, enyoing great areas of winding roads as well as a nice mountainous scenery to finally reach Fez, the second most important city of Morocco and former capital until 1925. There we visit its amazing old Medina declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site, and of course, the rest of the magnificent city.

Day 4: Fes – Merzouga

            470km (6h 12min)

Today we have a long riding day ahead of us, but find ourselves travelling through Morocco and not reach the sand dunes of the Sahara desert in Merzouga, our destination, would be unforgivable. On our way to Merzouga we enjoy not only our driving but also the spectacular landscapes we pass through; cedar forests, the amazing “alpine town” of Ifrane, valleys covered with palm trees crossing the Atlas mountain range and, of course, the desert.

Day 5: Rest day in Merzouga

Day off to choose from variety of activities offered by the area. 4X4 driving, buggies or camel ride.

Day 6: Merzouga – Bourmaine Dadès

            250km (3h 15 min)

On the ride we visit two of the greatest marvels of Morroco’s nature, the famous Todhra and Dades gorges. aside from enjoying again crossing the desert and riding along the Atlas. The mud architecture in Bourmaine Dades, typical of Morocco cities south of the Atlas, shall leave a deep impression on us.

Day 7: Bourmaine Dadès – Marrakech

            320km (4h 40min)

We ride with the Atlas on our right, probably with snow – capped peaks, towards Ouarzazate. From here we cross the Atlas through the Tzi n’Tichka mountain pass to Marrakech. The landscapes are magnificent and we have great pleasure winding on these marvelous mountain roads. In Marrakech we enjoy visiting its bustling marketplace and its medina, an old Islamic capital.

Day 8: Marrakech – Rabat

            320km (around 3h)

In the first stage of our return we head northbound towards the imperial city of Rabat, the capital of Morocco. The trip runs along quiet roads and we have time enough to enjoy and explore the exotic places this city offers us.

Day 9: Rabat – Malaga

            400km (4h 30min)

Today we ride towards Tangier to catch our ferry back to Europe, once in Spain we are heading for Malaga where we celebrate our farewell meal. And now it’s time to remember the most touching moments of this passionate tour.

Day 10: Back Home

We say goodbye to our fellow travelers, hoping that this holidays will be an unforgettable experience and remain a long and pleasant memory for all participants.

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