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Land of the Berber


  • Visit the iconic blue mountain city of Chefchaouen

  • Sleep in a Sahara desert camp

  • Ride through the Dades gorge

  • Check out the leather tanneries in Fes

  • Enjoy many tangines and local Moroccan foods

  • Enjoy a beer as the sun sets over Ait Benhaddou

  • Experience the nightlife of Marrakesh

  • Spend the night with a local Moroccan family in the middle of the Atlas Mountains


March - May
Oct - Dec
13 days
(Mainly Road)
Riads/Hotels/Desert camp/Homestay
Group Size
8 riders max



Morocco is a bikers dream! Only a stones throw from Europe, Morocco has everything an adventure biker could want. You can find absolutely perfect tarmac roads winding through impressive mountain landscapes, coastal stretches with stunning views of the Mediterranean, limitless off-road routes zig-zagging throughout sandstone towns, quaint trails amongst mountains villages, and the always appealing thrill of jumping off-piste into the Sahara sand dunes. You name it, Morocco's got it!

The people of Morocco don't get enough praise also. They are some of the friendliest and helpful people around and are always willing to start up conversation. Then there is the food! Whether it's tangine, couscous, lamb skewers, fresh spices and the quintessential mint tea, your taste buds will come alive with the aromas that drift from the roadside cafes and restaurants. 

This tour is designed for riders who want to see it all. You have travelled a long way to see Morocco, so we want to give you the time it takes to immerse yourself in the country and absorb the many flavours along the way. The roads are mainly paved which means we can visit many different locations in the time we have. 

We keep the group size to a maximum of eight in Morocco to ensure a personalised and boutique experience. The great riads and hotels we use are small and in ideal locations, so we can take you into the real Morocco.

So join us for this truly magical experience!



Day 1 - Welcome / Tour briefing!

Fly into Malaga airport and transfer to the villa to meet the riding team and your bike! Tonight we hold the tour briefing and get ready to hit the road the following morning. 


Day 2 - Malaga - Tarifa - Tangier - Chefchaouen

We wake early and start the journey to the ferry at Tarifa that will take us across the straight of Gibraltar to Tangier. From there we head to the blue mountain village of Chefchaouen via the coastal route.


Day 3 - Chefchaouen to Fes

We take the road less travelled south towards to ancient city of Fes, passing by the huge El Whada dam. We aim to arrive to Fes by mid-afternoon giivng us time to explore the incredible walled medina, including the traditional leather tanneries and bustling markets (souks).  


Day 4 - Fes to Erfoud

Today is a big day as we head south east through the Atlas Mountains towards the Sahara desert. The landscapes change dramatically as the day progresses. By late afternoon we reach our fantastic hotel to unwind.


Day 5 - Erfoud to Desert Camp (Merzouga)

We take the morning slow so we can enjoy the amazing facilities at the hotel and rest a little. We then ride out to Gara Medour - an incredible fortress used as a prison and then finish the day at a desert camp in the Sahara sand dunes.


Day 6 - Desert Camp to Ait Bennadou

Today is a big one as we ride west to the UNESCO heritage site of Ait Benhaddou. Many movies have been filmed at this incredible sandstone town, including the epic Gladiator. We sleep here as sunrise is the best time to view the beautiful vista.


Day 7 - Ait Bennadou to Marrakesh

Marrakesh here we come! It's a great ride today as we enter the bustling city of Marrakesh. The city has been the backdrop of many artists imaginings and the name conjures up magical elements of a bygone era. 

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Day 8 - Marrakesh

Today is a day off in Marrakesh so we can wander the streets and visit the many sites of interest. Get some shopping done for loved ones and rest the bums! Haman anyone?


Day 9 - Marrakesh to Dades Gorges

We wake early to beat the traffic and head east to Demante then south to Skoura before arriving to Dades. We sleep near the monkey claws and enjoy the sunset over the amazing rock forms.


Day 10 - Dades Gorges to Homestay

This stretch of riding today is to die for! We hit the Tisderine bends which are a series of switchbacks every biker must do in Morocco. We then take an easy off-road route to Agoudal and then a very local road to our homestay. 


Day 11 - Homestay to Azrou

After saying goodbye to the family and children, we ride north to Azrou via the Cedre Forest home to a unique breed of monkey. We spend the night in a forest chalet. 


Day 12 - Azrou to Asilah

Today we ride further north skirting the old city of Meknes. We take local roads as much as possible and end the day on the coast at the village of Asilah. A beautiful Portuguese style town with delicious seafood.


Day 13 - Asilah to Malaga

After a quick breakfast it's a short ride to the port city of Tangier where our ferry to Spain awaits us. The trip is nearing an end, but once back to the Malaga there is a bbq, cold beers, Spanish wine and swimming pools waiting for a well deserved celebration!


DATES (2024)

  • April 20 - May 2, 2024

  • November 10 - 22, 2024

RATES (2024)

  • US$3950/rider

  • US$2650/person (for passenger bookings)

  • Single supplement US$1100


  • Yamaha Tenere 700

  • Accommodation (twin-share) - 13 nights

  • Meals (Breakfast, lunch and dinner)

  • Ferry to/from Morocco from Spain

  • Petrol

  • Bike insurance

  • Guide


  • International flights

  • Travel insurance

  • Alcohol, personal expenses, tips

  • Bike damage deposit

​​Please see DATES/RATES page






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