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DD – DD November


DD – DD November

Tour Details

From 4 Guides/Security Riders
13 Days holiday
10 Driving days
1 Rest day : Marrakesh
Start / end : Malaga
Distance: 2’800 km
Average distance per day: 280 km

Motorbike rental if needed


Special Conditions

At most: 24 Motorbikes
At least: 20 People


Booking deadline : DD. MMMM YYYY

Services Included

12 hotel nights with breakfast and parking in 4 and 5 star hotels
All meals, dinner, lunch.
Four tour guides
Water while driving
Motorcycle transportation from H-D® Aargau to Malaga and back(2)
Direct flight ticket Zürich – Malaga and back(3)
Ferry Spain-Morocco and back
Airport transfer on arrival and departure in Spain
Accompaniment of an experienced, local tour guide
Support van with driver for luggage transport plus back up motorcycle
Welcome bag: T-shirt, patch and pinGuided visits: Marrakech
Additional bus transfers:
– Hotel – Medina Marrakesch (day 9)
– Handing over of motorcycles (day 12)
– Hotel – dinner in Malaga city (day 12)
Detailed tour booklet


Not Included Services

Drinks that are not expressly mentioned in included services
Gasoline, motorway tolls are not included. The amount is approximately € 200. Riders in Spain will collect it on the first day to speed up payments at petrol stations etc
Personal expenses, tips, fines
All services not specified as included in the tour price


Tour Overview

Discover the old Moorish kingdom on your bike through Morocco. We start in Malaga and drive to Algeciras. A ferry takes us over to Africa and it is time for Morocco, where we will drive through the Atlas Mountains, breathtaking gorges and green meadows up to the Sahara desert. You will fascinate your senses in the royal cities of Fez, Meknes and Marrakech and revive history in old kasbahs. The old Moorish kingdom is waiting to be discovered by you and you will be happy to have discovered it!


World heritage: Medina in Fez; Ksar from Ait-Ben-Haddou; Medina in Marrakesh.
Other cultural highlights: Old town in Malaga; blue village of Chefchaouen; “Alpine” town of Ifrane.
Natural highlights on the way: The Rif mountains; Ceddarwood and monkeys in Ifrane; Ziz Valleys; Thodga gorges; Dades gorges; The Atlas mountains (4.167m high); Sahara desert in Merzouga.
Special highlights: Camel ride in Merzouga.



Day 1: Arrival in Malaga – Algeciras

           130km (1h 30min)

Your tour guides will pick you up at the airport and drive you in a bus to hand over your bikes. As soon as we sit on the saddles of our machines, we head towards Algeciras through the magnificent mountain range of Malaga. After our arrival at the hotel we will hold a briefing about our present tour. Later we enjoy a welcome dinner at the hotel.

Day 2: Algeciras – Chefchaouen 

            125km(2h 30 min, + 2.5h ferry)

Here in Algeciras the ferry is waiting for us to get to our destination, the city of Tangier in Morocco. Once there, we start our adventure in this fantastic country, where we immediately realize that it is extraordinary and special. The smell, the landscape, the buildings, the people give us an inkling that we are going to experience an exciting adventure. We roll into the mountains of the Rif and spend the night in the city of Chefchaouen, which is sure to captivate us with its simple architecture in shades of blue.

Day 3: Chefchaouen – Fez

            200km (3h 30min)

We continue through the majestic mountain range of the Rif. We enjoy winding roads and an enchanting mountain landscape on our way to Fez the second most important and oldest royal city in Morocco. There we will visit the medieval Medina, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and explore the city.

Day 4: Fez – Afourer 330km (7h)

Our way leads us parallel to the Atlas Mountains in a south-westerly direction to the Bin El-Ouidiane area. We cross the famous “alpine town” Ifrane, the “Moroccan Switzerland” as it is also called, was founded in 1929 as a holiday resort at an altitude of 1650m for French holiday guests. The unique landscape on the route to our destination, the reservoir of Bin el Ouidane, and the winding roads will certainly make our biker’s heart beat faster.

Day 5: Afourer – Marrakesh 225km (4h)

Today we end the day in the royal city and world heritage site Marrakesh. To reach our destination we cruise along the Western High Atlas National Park towards Ouzoud in the Middle Atlas, where we will spend our lunch break with a breathtaking view of the imposing waterfalls.

Day 6: Rest day in Marrakesh

Today we let our bikes rest!! You have enough time to enjoy quietly the royal city and its medina in peace. In the diverse souks you can sniff out, marvel at and taste the soul of Morocco. Nowhere else can the exotic atmosphere from 1001 nights be experienced so authentically.

Day 7: Marrakesh – Boumaine Dades

            330km (6h)

We cross the Atlas in a southeast direction through the famous Tizi n’Tichka mountain pass, 2,100 m high, through countless curves and a fantastic landscape. We visit the interesting World Heritage City of Ait-Ben-Haddou, the location of countless desert films. In Bourmaine Dades, the clay architecture typical of the cities of Morocco on south of the Atlas will leave a fantastic impression.

Day 8: Boumaine Dades – Merzouga

            340km (6h)

Our way leads us along the two greatest natural wonders of Morocco, the Dades and the Todhra Gorge and let us again enjoy the enchanting desert landscape and the spectacular mountain landscape of the Atlas. In Merzouga we will exchange our machines for dromedaries to ride through the dunes and admire the sunset with a champagne glass in our hand.

Day 9: Merzouga – Midelt 270km (4h)

Midelt is located in the Middle Atlas and is our destination today on our way back. On the way we roll through the desert, part of the Atlas and along the impressive palm grove of the Ziz oasis. A little break to marvel at this oasis is a must!

Day 10: Midelt – Meknes 250km (4h)

Today we will cross the last part of the Atlas, drive through the town of Ifrane again and enjoy the wonderful landscapes these mountains offer us. We will arrive in Meknes, another of the four imperial cities with a special charm. This city was the capital of the great Alawite dynasty in the 17th century.

Day 11: Meknes – Tanger

             260km (4h 30min)

A quiet day on our way back, we will take the opportunity to roll the last few kilometers along the coast to reach our destination Tangier, where we will spend the last night in Moroccan territory.

Day 12: Tanger – Malaga 200km (3h)

We take the ferry back to Algeciras, from there it goes to Malaga. In the evening we enjoy a cozy farewell dinner where we let ourselves be pampered with the delicacies of the region and remember the countless experiences.

Day 13: Back Home

We say goodbye to our new found friends. We hope that this holiday left an unforgettable memory in all of you. We look forward to seeing you again on one of our tours through Spain, Portugal or Morocco.

Pricing per Motorcycle


  • Couple in double room (per person)                           €3’688.-

  • Driver in shared double room                                       €4’225.-

  • Driver in single room                                                      €4’811.-

Click link to see conditions for your group trip.

  • Prices will be reviewed after 10% variation of the crude oil price changes before the tour starts according to the value on March 1, 2020.
  • Full transport insurance is not included, the costs are based on the value of each individual bike and amount to 3 per thousand of the same
    • (e.g.: Bike value of €20.000.- = € 60.- costs).
  • The flight price is estimated at € 500.-, if the flight price on the purchase date (booking date of the flight) is lower, the difference will be deducted from the total price. If the flight price is higher, the additional amount will be charged.

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