The Best of Morocco motorcycle tour over 10 days

Hello Africa and colorful Morocco! From Atlantic Ocean, across green hills and mountains, crossing the Atlas in all its colors from green to brown with the view of snowy peaks, entering breath taking Sahara desert and gorgeous orange sand dunes. All in one tour that will show you the best of Morocco has to offer and you will be amazed. Berber, Arabian and European cultural influences are mixing in this wonderful country. Indeed Morocco is colorful in every aspect. Traditional ancient medinas of the royal towns of Morocco show a wide variety of incredible craftsman producing and selling carpets, leather products, ceramics, jewelry and much more.

Tour Length: 2,250 km/1,400m
2024 Dates: 1 March - 10 March l 1 Nov - 10 Nov l Nov 11 - Nov 20

DAY 1 – Arrival to Malaga

Welcome to Malaga, Spain! Malaga, the lively city at the centre of Spains Costa del Sol, is a hot spot for culture, food, sunshine and seaside living. It is also the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas. 

DAY 2 – Malaga - Rabat
An exciting day to cross to another continent! Starting in the morning, we will be riding along the shores of the Mediterranean and Costa Del Sol to Gibraltar and a small town of Tarifa where we will be taking a ferry across to the African continent and the port of Tangiers. It is a rather short ferry ride after which we will continue our ride along the shores of the Atlantic ocean to the capital of Morocco - the exciting city of Rabat! Rabat is one of the royal cities of Morocco with a lively ancient medina we will be exploring upon our arrival to get the first taste of thus beautiful and remarkable country. 

DAY 3 – Rabat - Marrakech
On our way to Marrakech we will be riding the green area with couple of mountain rides, green fields and excellent curvy roads, passing small villages and seeing more and more of the Moroccan culture and the way of life already from the bike before reaching fantastic and vibrant Marrakech, hearing the drums on the squares, cobra snake charmers and a buzz of numerous vehicles passing the narrow streets of this lively ancient city. We will spend the night in one of traditional beautiful highly rated riads and have a dinner and experience this remarkable city. 

DAY 4 – Marrakech - Ouarzazate
Leaving Marrakech after our breakfast we will be starting our exciting riding day heading further towards Atlas Mountains range, reaching famous Tizi - n - Tichka Pass in the High Atlas at the altitude of over 2000m. The scenery and the rides are fantastic, with plenty of opportunities to take an incredible photo. On our way to to Ouarzazate, that is famous for Hollywood movie studios (many famous movies were filmed there, such as Indiana Jones, Gladiator, Mummy, Lawrence of Arabia..) we will stop at Ait Benhaddou, and ancient medieval Kasbah also known from some of the movies. 

DAY 5 – Ouarzazate-Todra Canyon-Erfoud
Today we will continue our exciting journey further towards Sahara desert, passing the breath taking Todra Canyon. Todra and neighbouring Dades Rivers are responsible for carving out these deep cliff-sided canyons, on their final 40 km through the mountains. After a lunch stop in the area we will continue our ride seeing more and more the desert landscape, kasbahs and oasis before reaching Erfoud an oasis town where we will spend the night. 

DAY 6 – Erfoud Rest Day
A day to take a break and enjoy Sahara. You can take a day trip to Erg Chebbi dunes by jeeps and quads, enjoy there a camel ride through the desert until the beautiful Sahara sunset. Other options are of course enjoying pool or spa (famous hammam) or just feel the Berber way of life outside. 

DAY 7 – Erfoud - Fez
Today we will be leaving Sahara and heading along the Saharan Atlas region towards one more royal city of Morocco, the incredible Fez. The route is amazing, a lot of twisties, colourful scenery changing its colours from brown desert sand to green fields and green mountains. We will be passing the Middle Atlas before heading down towards famous city if Fez. 

DAY 8 – Fez - Rest Day
Today we will take a break in this fantastic city full of ancient history. Numerous traders, vibrant streets like labyrinths with stores of handcrafts (famous for leather processing, carpets, ceramics, metal works etc. The medina of Fez is listed as a World Heritage Site and is considered the worlds largest and oldest urban pedestrian zones. A truly remarkable city. 

DAY 9 – Fez - Ceuta
Riding towards north Morocco we will be passing Rif Mountain range, green Morocco (on our journey you will certainly understand why Morocco is often called colourful) before entering the town of Chefchaouen, so called the blue town (all the buildings are coloured in blue). The most popular theory is that after WWll, when the Jewish community in the area grew as people fled Nazi persecution, blue was painted on the walls, floors and steps as a religious practice, to represent the colour of the sky and connect the city to heaven and God. Other theories say that the walls were painted to keep mosquitos away or reduce heat in the summer. Whatever the true theory, a town is beautiful and offers many opportunities for adding memorable photos to your Morocco album that will be so full. 

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