Our “Adventure Motorcycle Tour Morocco ” is different from our other tour “the Imperial Morocco tour” in that we use some of the less-used smaller challenging roads and passes crossing over the mountains in Morocco. You don’t need to be a trial or motocross expert just happy on a bit of loose stuff, as some of the roads we use are un unmetalled, un-sealed gravel in places. There are videos on the bottom of the gallery page showing some of the roads we will be riding. Plus read more on the tour itinerary page.
Adventure tour ✓ Fully Guided / Escorted ✓ un-sealed / gravel road riding experience ✓ Up for an adventure / Challenge ✓ Intermediate to experienced rider ✓ Average daily mileage 230 miles – 370 km / 16 days ✓ Small group Max 12 riders per guide ✓
For 2018 while riding through Spain we will be stopping at the original film location of Sad Hill cemetery from the epic 1966 Spaghetti Western “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”. Directed by Sergio Leone and starring Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, and Eli Wallach
+ We also head down towards the Sahara to visit Erg Chebbi , one of Morocco’s large areas of dunes, to spend the night in a luxury Kasbah with swimming pool half board, inc evening meal + breakfast. Here we have a day off to relax or explore the dunes on Quad bikes or 4×4 (optional). In the evening our Berber guides collect us with Camels for the Desert camp experience also inc evening meal + breakfast!
Join the Adventure 2018!
APRIL – 8th to 24th – LAST FEW SPACES booking closing soon!
SEPT – 23rd to 9th Oct – LAST FEW SPACES
Dates for 2019
MARCH 31 st to 16th April – SPACES
OCTOBER – 13th to 29th – SPACES
Prices – Adventure Motorcycle tour Morocco
Option 1 – total price (British pounds)
Starting from Plymouth finishing at Portsmouth –
Including overnight cruise return 2 nights inc cabin with en-suite.
16 days 14 nights B+B hotels, riads, kasbahs + desert camp.
Single rider twin room – £ 1880
Single rider own room – £ 2380
Rider + pillion private room – £ 2650
Deposit – £ 200
Option 2 – total price (euro)
Starting and finishing from –
Algeciras Southern Spain inc crossings to Morocco
9 nights B+B hotels, riads, kasbahs + desert camp.
Single rider twin room – € 1360
Single rider own room – € 1620
Rider + pillion private room – € 1880
Deposit € 200
Own Bike fly and collect – if your short of time and fancy flying to Malaga, and having your bike transported for you, and joining us in Algeciras Option 2. Just send us an email for a quote. prices from £595 email@example.com
B+B hotels, riads, kasbahs + desert camp
Return ferries UK to Spain + Spain to Morocco
Detailed tour information
Printable maps + GPS / GPX route
Desert experience Berber camp
WiFi in most hotels Spain + Morocco
Breakfast except for ferries
Fully guided/escorted tour
Full support of a professional tour guide –
English / Spanish-speaking
Max 12 riders per guide
Fuel / Parking / toll charges
Admission to tourist sites
Food / Drinks
Desert – Quad bike hire / 4×4 tours
Insurance for Morocco You will need to arrange suitable travel and bike insurance for riding a bike in Morocco, some British insurance companies will cover you whilst riding outside the EU. At the time of writing the companies we recommend are listed below inc breakdown cover.
Riding conditions for the “Adventure Motorcycle Tour Morocco” are exciting and challenging due to the varied terrain, dry atmospheric conditions strong sunlight, livestock and people on the roads, high mountain passes, canyons, and desert plains are you up for an adventure?
This tour is billed as an adventure tour and for someone who had not biked outside Europe, it lived up to its title. There were challenging weather conditions in Spain, border crossings, and breakdowns to contend with, but the rewards were some of the best roads I’ve ever ridden, both tarred and unmetalled and a chance to get close to a different culture. Highlights? Always a personal thing but riding to Ait-Benhaddou and going around this world heritage site was up there with the gorges. The sat-nav routes supplied by Jay were accurate and gave confidence when riding away from the group. Make no mistake this is a rider’s tour with long days in the saddle, but that was what I signed up for. It has whetted my appetite for a return visit; job done.
I bought a new Honda Africa Twin and a mate said: “hey, fancy getting your bike dirty?” – The next thing I knew I had signed up for the Challenging roads Morocco tour with Overland Motorcycle Tours, and I did indeed get my bike very dirty.
If you own a bike with “Africa” or perhaps “Adventure” in the name then you really should let it do what it was made for at least once in its life.
The roads and bureaucracy of Africa are not like that of Europe. It’s not really a place that the inexperienced can simply turn up and expect trip advisor to make everything easy. Simply getting across the border, and out again, in fact, are not without complications.
Having a guide that’s experienced and organized makes all the difference. The sheer logistics of a 16-night tour would not have been possible for me to organize myself. If you haven’t ridden the roads before you don’t really have any way of calculating ride times. Some sections are very fast indeed and others very slow and not really roads by any sensible definition. Jay knows the routes and what’s possible and what’s perhaps less so in a day.
Overland motorcycle tours provided a detailed itinerary early on and plenty of professional assistance long before we even set off. From insurance to what maintenance and tools to bring, they have done a lot of thinking for you. All ferry crossings and accommodation was organized leaving you to simply ride your bike.
The trip itself is a riding holiday – make no mistake it’s an adventure and one that requires some effort on your part to complete, not everyone made it to the end – but that’s the point, “adventure” remember.
Go with the flow, test yourself and your bike, but there is a guide with you for when things go pear-shaped.
I’m happy to recommend Overland Motorcycle Tours and Jay specifically. I had a great time with some great people and I’ve got some great stories to tell as a result.
My bike says Adventure on the fuel tank, not Milton Keynes…!
Thank you guys for your kind words, we’re glad that all our hard work and effort has paid off, along with the few adjustments we made following last years tour. Looking forward to seeing you again, soon. Ride safe regards Jay