Morocco has everything a traveler dreams of. From the Atlantic coastline waves to the golden sand dunes of the Sahara Desert and through the heights of the Atlas Mountains, this fascinating North African country has so much to offer. We will explore maze-like streets in ancient medinas, visit royal castles, bargain for handmade goods, enjoy sizzling tajine, and sip Moroccan tea. On our 14- day tour, we will guide you through the finest routes to make sure you experience all of Morocco's wonderful destinations.
Day 1 : Arriving to Marrakesh
Welcome to Marrakesh! After you have arrived, we will have transportation waiting for you to bring you to your hotel. Once you settle in, you can take this time to relax and unwind. There are several alleyways worth visiting right outside of your hotel that provide delicious street food, different spices, entertainment, and unique souvenirs.
Day 2: A Full Day in Marrakesh
Now that we have all arrived and are rejuvenated, it’s time to explore the city of Marrakesh before we set off on tour. We’ll kick off the first day together with breakfast to introduce the tour guides. In the afternoon, we will visit the famous 19th century palace. Bahia Palace is made up out of many eye-popping colors, marble-paved floors, stunning stucco walls, and beautiful paintings and architecture. After the tour, you’ll have free time to wander the bustling streets full of vibrant vendors, drink some fresh-squeezed juice, and continue exploring as you wish. We will meet back up for dinner overlooking the main square.
Day 3: Marrakesh – Essaouira (125 mi/ 200 km)
Let’s make our way west to Essaouira! This peaceful beachfront city is an ancient port full of fresh seafood and colorful passageways. Once we arrive, we will start the tour of the delightful medina. You will enjoy a traditional Moroccan style lunch, followed by free time to go about and explore the relaxing atmosphere. Whether that’s hanging out on the beach, going back to the medina to stroll the streets, or relaxing in your room. Overnight accommodation will be in a beautiful riad in the medina.
Day 4: Essaouira – Taroudant (160 mi/ 257 km)
This breathtaking coastal route to the city of Agadir will blow you away. As we make our way on the twists and turns enjoying the sea breeze, we will stop at Tamri National Park. This spot is a bird watcher's paradise with stunning views. Next break will be in Agadir, the foot of the Atlas Mountains, where we will have lunch. Our last stop for the day is Taroudant, also known as “Little Marrakesh”, located in the Souss Valley. This town is surrounded by the peaks of the High Atlas, full of mystique and wonder. We will linger and take a leisurely stroll through the medina's streets as we take in the tranquil night.
Day 5: Taroudant– Ouarzazate (170 mi/ 275 km)
Our first destination will be in Taliouine. This area grows more saffron than any other place in Africa. As we continue riding through the astonishing landscape, you will notice many argan trees with their twisted and gnarled tree trunks.
After having lunch in Tazenakht, the carpet capital of Morocco, we will head to Ouarzazate where we will end our beautiful day. Ouarzazate is known as the "gate to the desert”. Here we will visit the historical site of Kasbah Taourirt, followed by a stroll to the carpet shops where we will learn the traditional weaving skills.
Day 6: Ouarzazate – Boumalne Dades (120 mi/ 195 km)
Once we have breakfast, we will visit Ait Benhaddou, the Hollywood of Morocco. You might recognize this UNESCO World Heritage Site from the movies Gladiator, Lawrence of Arabia, Jesus of Nazareth, Game of Thrones and more. This stunning mud city is filled with beauty and wonder. Our tour will take us through this incredible place and you will have the chance to pick out your own traditional Tuareg Tagelmust scarf for the desert.
Moving farther along our route, we will pause in Skoura for a break and have a walk around an oasis of pomegranate, fig, palm, and almond trees. A visit to the Kasbah Amridil, one of Morocco's most famous living museums, is a must!
Day 7: Rest day in Boumalne Dadès
There is no better way than to have a rest day in this beautiful part of the country. Boumalne Dadès is situated nicely on the edge of the desert and at the foot of the Atlas Mountains. We will be surrounded by the ancient kasbah ruins, Berber architecture, and some of the nicest people. This area is known for its yearly rose festival, which is held in the month of May.
Day 8: Boumalne Dadès – Merzouga (155 mi / 248 km)
Today, we will experience every motorcyclist's dream road through the Dades Valley and the Dades Gorge. We will see old kasbahs and spectacular red-colored canyons formed by the Dades River as we explore through Todra Canyon's zigzagged road. We will take a lunch break overlooking the picturesque scenery before we officially enter into the Sahara Desert.
The time has come to get on the camels! During our sunset ride to our desert camp for the night, these massive sand dunes will glow for miles. Once you settle into your luxury tent, the hosts will provide food, live Berber music, and a magical evening spent around the fire beneath millions of stars.
Day 9: Merzouga – Taddamoute (168 mi / 270 km)
The sunrise in the desert is one experience the locals won't let you miss. We will get ready to head out once we are fueled by coffee, tea, and a small breakfast. We have a full day of riding today as we head North out of the Sahara Desert. On our ride to our accommodation in Taddamoute, we will make sure to take a couple stops to recharge. Taddamoute is a tiny town on the high plains that is surrounded by the Middle and High Atlas mountain ranges. You will be free to do anything you like with your evening once we have checked into our hotel.
Day 10: Taddamoute – Fez (130 mi / 210 km)
We set off towards Ifrane, also known as “The Switzerland of Morocco”. We will marvel around this charming town that was built during the French protectorate as a hill station. Due to the gushing waterfalls, alpine-style architecture, European-like chalets, and tons of trees, this place is unlike any other in the country. It’s located in the Middle Atlas region. After a long break here, we will continue riding to Fez, where we will get settled in our hotel and enjoy the evening.
Day 11: Rest Day in Fez
A well-deserved day off is best spent in the city of Fez. This is the second largest city in Morocco, after Casablanca. We will enjoy the architectural masterpieces that are on the front gates of the Royal Palace. Even though no visitors are allowed inside, you have a chance to capture beautiful shots of the gates from the outside. A short walk will lead us to one of the most famous tourist sites in Fez, Chouara Tannery. At this local tannery we will witness the leather making process. It is quite interesting to observe. Afterwards, you are free to visit more ancient buildings, churches, and different vendors to really get a taste of the local culture.
Day 12: Fez to Bin El Ouidane (224 mi / 360 km)
We leave the historic city of Fez and continue on to Zaouiat Cheikh. We will have our lunch break in this ancient city which is surrounded by nature, wild animals, and springs. After we have cooled off a bit, we will ride a little further to a stunning village named Bin El Ouidane. This town is known for Bin El Ouidane Lake, where our hotel will be located for the evening.
Day 13: Bin El Ouidane- Marrakesh (135 mi / 215 km)
Today is our last day of riding. We will stop at the famous Ouzoud Waterfalls for a break with a magnificent view, surrounded by tall waterfalls, monkeys, and a few cafes. Before we return back to the bustling city, this is the perfect location to kick back, relax, and enjoy the natural surroundings in its entirety.
Once we get back to Marrakesh , we will return our motorcycles before going to our hotel. Our farewell dinner will be at one of the most unique restaurants called Narwama with a dining experience you will never forget. An international menu paired with live music and performances, this will be a perfect way to celebrate our time together.
Day 14: Departing Marrakesh
Congratulations, you have seen the best of Morocco! We trust you enjoyed every moment of the journey. As we provide transportation back to the airport, we wish you safe travels.
Our all-inclusive tour package includes
- Transportation in Morocco
- Food and drinks
Your tour is completely customizable, which means that the price will be determined based on your selection of transportation, route, accommodation preferences, and size of your group. Email us and we will contact you to discuss the details of your trip, along with a price for your all-inclusive package.