18 Days
3500 Approx
Max 12
Tour pace




3* or above Hotels & breakfast included.


Group size is between 12-15 riders


Fully Guided tour &  professional guide



3500 miles (approx) mixed roads


Daily GPX Map Files Included


Ferry Fares included

Our Morocco Motorbike Tour is our one of our most popular adventure style motorcycle touring holidays we run. By staying on the tarmac for this tour it appeals to any experienced and competent rider looking for an exciting adventure

Read What Our Customers Think of The Tour

Dave Gornall

Morocco Motorcycle Tour

Well what can I say?Just recovered after being back two weeks and still a smile on my face after this fantastic tour to Morocco.Chris and Fletch were our tour guides which took us through Spain and then Morocco.We experienced some fantastic routes through both countries and it far more than I expected.Ronda valley in Spain to the Atlas Mountains in Morocco and a great adventure in Marrakesh on our way
Aaran Simpson

Morocco Motorcycle Tour

Hi im going to cheat a little here as i have actually done this trip twice, both in 2016 and in 2017 and guess what ive pre booked again 2018 and this is why: Morocco in the gate way to Africa. You leave Europe behind and so the adventure will begin. I have will travel though mountain passes and valleys so high the tops can not been seen, with tarmac
John Connelly

Morocco Motorcycle Tour

There are a lot of tours and lots of great things that you can do on your motorbike but Chris, Snips and the team at Guided Motorbike Tours have managed to combine the both into what can only be described as incredibly exciting adventures. I have just returned from their Morocco tour from 14 April 2017 until 30 May 2017 and it was definitely one of the best experiences that

The Morocco Motorcycle Tour is packed full of superb scenery, amazing culture, fun, laughter, as well as providing you with plenty to see and do each day. It will be a journey that will leave fond memories for many years


    A bustling city with Medina and Souks (Marketplace) to grab some bargains
    The Blue City. A stunning town painted blue with narrow walkways and alleyways – beautiful
    We head over the low Atlas as we enter the Sahara for our night in a Bivouac (optional)
    With altitudes up to 3000m, we head high into mountains for some spectacular sights
    We shall be riding through some impressive gorges, cameras at the ready!
    Experience riding alongside the Sahara Desert and get to meet local Berber People
    An impressive zig-zag gorge in the heart of the Atlas Mountains
    Another mighty gorge with fresh water river running through it
    Incredible waterfalls with monkeys. This is impressive!
    Jump on a camel and ride to the Bivouac evening in the desert – this is a great laugh!
    Spend the night having dinner in the Sahara desert, try your hand at sand boarding or sit on top of a sand dune watching the sun descending over the dunes. Spectacular

Morocco is one of the most diverse countries in Africa, with high mountains, sweeping desert, rugged coastline, and the winding alleyways of ancient Medina cities and souqs.

Guided Motorbike Tours’ Fully Guided Morocco Motorcycle Tour will take you through some of South of Spain’s finest roads for bikers and then into Morocco. Riding through the High Atlas Mountains and then into the Sahara Desert. Join us. Experience a motorcycle adventure with so much packed in, from camel rides, to an overnight stay in the Sahara Desert, to high mountain roads and epic waterfalls. For full details of the tour please click on the “Itinerary” tab or any of the other tabs for details on prices and dates. This tour is suitable for all experienced riders as well as riders with pillions.


In terms of suitability; the tour is 99% tarmac surface, so no off road riding. Our Morocco Motorcycle Tour is ideal for riders who want to explore a completely different and diverse culture without the need to travel halfway around the world. You will be with a professional motorcycle tour guide, who is an advanced rider and first aid trained as a minimum. He/she will be with you 24/7 to offer support and guidance and get through any customs checkpoints or border controls with minimal stress and hassle

The tour guide will lead the group and keep everyone together using the “drop-off System“, however, if you feel you would rather ride with your friend or by yourself for a period and you have a sat nav with our maps loaded onto it, you may, having informed the tour guide first of course, you are then free to ride alone and meet at the hotel later if you wish. Your tour guide will give you advice if you wish to take this option on any given day. We don’t recommend riders going off alone as the checkpoints can often see you parting with some cash!


  • Evening meal included at the Sahara Desert Bivouac Experience along with the camel ride (Day 7) – if you wish to stay at the hotel/guest house, you are welcome to do so but a supplement may apply
  • Breakfast included each morning (except on the UK to Spain ferry)
  • We don’t include evening meals on this tour other than the evening of the Bivouac experience in the Sahara Desert. This is because feedback received indicates that riders like to make their own decisions and not be tied into a set menu meal often consisting of only one or two choices, those options are often not to everyone’s taste and can ruin the day, it also means if you don’t like the set menu offering you will have to pay for a meal on the regular menu!
  • The tour guide will be on hand to assist and provide locations for evening meals if not in the hotel


Despite what some people say, the ferry journey isn’t that bad, the bay of Biscay can be choppy at times but this is the last leg of the journey. Some riders do not travel well on ferries (sea sickness), if this is the case we can offer discounts for anyone wanting to make alternative arrangements to get to the port in Spain (i.e. ride down through France) and meet the rest of the group there.

To ride to France without using the ferry you would need to get the Euro Tunnel at Folkestone to Calais or shorter ferry from Portsmouth or Poole to France and make your way to Santander/Bilbao, the journey is approximately 700 miles, so allow a minimum of two days (an extra day). Full map of the best route can be provided

If you are interested book soon as places are limited and become booked up fast. Our Morocco Motorcycle Adventure Tour is packed full of features so don’t miss out!

If you have any questions, no matter what it is, please get in touch using our email for a responsive reply hello@guidedmotorbiketours.co.uk

DISTANCE Approx  3000 miles
DURATION 16 – 18 Days (Depending on ferry/date)
RIDING PACE Drop-Off System (Ride your own pace)
AVERAGE HOURS  5-8 p/day riding
REST DAYS x2 plus 2 x Overnight Ferry
FUEL COSTS Approx £350
FOOD COSTS Average £10-20 per eve meal

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Meet and greet early morning for our ferry and head off to Santander/Bilbao depending on availability, staying on the ferry in a cabin overnight


Arriving in Santander/Bilbao, Spain. Depending on the time of arrival we will either ride to Salamanca or check in to a hotel just outside the port

Distance: 20/228 miles
Time: Approx 30 mins / 3.5 hours without stops



From the north we head south through Sierra de Gredos Mountain Park and head for Badajoz where we shall rest for the evening in our hotel.

Distance: 210 miles
Time: Approx 4.40 hours without stops



Today we head for the Rhonda Valley
Our journey today will take us from Badajoz in the west of Spain next to the Portuguese border to Rhonda Valley in the south as we make our way through Parque Natural Sierra de Grazalema, consisting of some stunning landscape scenery and sublime riding roads with flowing twists and turns and long sweeping bends along the side of the mountains. The A-397 road is mind blowing!

Distance: 265 miles
Time: Approx 5 hours without stops



We make our way to Algeciras Port for the mid morning ferry crossing, where we will board our ferry to take us to Tangier Med (2.5 hour journey).

Once we disembark the ferry we will need to go through the border control and customs procedure, which, isn’t as daunting as it may seem. Approximately 2 – 3 hours is allocated to get us all through the border, more often its less than an hour. Usually it is with minimal fuss but we will be by your side to ensure everything goes as smoothly as it can.

Finally, we head for the beautiful stunning town of Chefchaouenejust a short 2 hour ride from the port. “Beautifully perched beneath the raw peaks of the Rif, Chefchaouen is one of the prettiest towns in Morocco, an artsy, blue-washed mountain village that feels like its own world. While tourism has definitely taken hold, the balance between ease and authenticity is just right. The old medina is a delight of Moroccan and Andalucian influence with red-tiled roofs, bright-blue buildings and narrow lanes converging on busy Plaza Uta el-Hammam and its restored kasbah”

Distance: 105 miles
Time: Approx 3 hours without stops



Chefchaouen, or Chaouen, is a city in the Rif Mountains of northwest Morocco. It’s known for the striking, variously hued blue-washed buildings of its old town. Leather and weaving workshops line its steep cobbled lanes. In the shady main square of Uta el Hammam is the red-walled casbah, a 15th-century fortress and dungeon with ethnographic and art exhibits. The octagonal minaret of the Great Mosque rises nearby.

We have a full day to explore this delightful and intriguing town



We head for Midelt today, via Fes. Fes still retains its old town and traditions and has yet to be overrun by the new town and modern influences. We stay just outside of Midelt so we have plenty of time to reach the destination tomorrow (Bivouac Experience and Camel Ride) having ridden over the Low Atlas Mountains

Distance: 235 miles
Time: Approx 6 hours without stops



We head into the Low Atlas Mountains climbing to approx 4000′ altitude we may experience cold weather as low as 10 degrees centigrade. We may also see some monkeys, plenty of dogs and traditional Berbers living in the mountain. Once we are through the mountain we descend quickly into the desert. It is a surreal experience going from colder temperatures to suddenly hit double figures. We continue to Merzouga, in the far South West corner of Morocco, near to the Algerian border in the Sahara Desert

A delicious evening meal is included as well as breakfast back at the guest house the following morning, prepared and served for us and entertainment is often in the form of a fire, drums and signing. An experience not to be missed! There may even be an opportunity to go sand surfing!

Wake in the morning to the sun beaming over the dunes and we head back on camels to the guest house for breakfast

Distance: 170 miles
Time: Approx 4 hours without stops



Todra Gorge and Gorge du Dades are the highlight of today’s ride. We head into the Atlas Mountains again and into the famously pictured gorges, which, have become symbolic with Morocco. We will get to see both spectacular gorges. Tonight, some of you will sleep in the hotel cave rooms overlooking the valley. Our hotel is a complex that is home to many various adventurers who seek their adrenaline rush in the desert, such as rally cars, quads, 4×4’s and endurance riders.

Distance: 235 miles
Time: Approx 6.5 hours without stops



We continue through the southern desert region of the Atlas Mountains as we hug the base of the mountains heading west, finally, we head straight over the High Atlas Mountains, as we make our way across the rugged terrain into Marrakesh. Today you will witness some incredible scenery from high up in the mountains and tomorrow you will have a day to explore the city

Distance: 190 miles
Time: Approx 5.5 hours without stops



You a free to look around the bustling city of Marrakesh today. Visit the Medina and stroll around the Souks to find a bargain or sit and watch the world go buy in one of the many cafes.


One of our longest days today. Heading north then north west now we ride across the Atlas Mountains toward our first destination of the day, Cascades d’Ouzoud, Ouzoud means “the act of grinding grain” in Berber. This seems to be confirmed by the frequent mills in the region. Ouzoud Waterfalls are located near the Grand Atlas village of Tanaghmeilt, in the province of Azilal, 150 km northeast of Marrakech, in Morocco. They are spectacular as is our journey along some incredible roads. A stepped path leads down to the base of the falls where there is a cafe and an opportunity to capture some incredible footage and photos, make your way back up the steep climb and view the stunning and spectacular natural beauty from above.

Depart: 08.00hrs
Distance: 300 miles

Time: Approx 10 hours with scenic and refreshment stops
ETA: 18.00 – 19.00



We head through the Riff Mountains today on route to Tangier, a Moroccan port city on the Strait of Gibraltar, has been a strategic gateway between Africa and Europe since Phoenician times. Its whitewashed hillside medina is home to the Dar el Makhzen, a palace of the sultans turned museum of Moroccan artifacts.

Distance: 210 miles
Time: Approx 6 hours without stops



We leave Tangier and head for the port, as we leave Morocco and make our way back to the ferry to take us into Spain. From Gibraltar we head straight for Malaga and then onto Granada where we shall stay the night

Depart: 06.00
Distance: 210 miles

Time: Approx 5 hours without stops and ferry



We head for the outskirts of Madrid today for our stop over before heading for the port to catch the ferry. On route we will see some spectacular scenery and ride some awesome roads through the Sierra Nevada and eastern countryside of Spain

Distance: 300 miles
Time: Approx 7 hours without stops




Depending on ferry schedules we may have to stay overnight in the port (Santander/Bilbao) before getting back on the ferry, alternatively we will arrive to catch the late afternoon ferry to the UK – Tour Ends

Distance: 286 miles
Time: Approx 5 hours without stops



If we have to stay an extra night in port, today we will head off on the ferry back to the UK – Tour ends.

Distance: 12 miles
Time: Approx 0.5 hours 



You arrive back in the UK today. Or, if catching the ferry on the 16th day, you will of course arrive the previous day (day 17)

We reserve the right to change the Morocco Tour Itinerary due to ferry times, weather and other eventualities experienced on such a tour. However, the overall experience will always be incredible!

2019 DATES 

5th October 2019 – 22nd October 2019 (18 days)

There are still spaces available on the October 2019 tour, however, if we are unable to allocate you on board the ferry, you have the option of either riding to Santander (2 – 3 days) to join the group (£300 deducted from the tour cost) or trying to organise an earlier departure date.  Please call us or email us first.

2020 DATES

To be confirmed depending on departure / return ferry dates

18th April 2020
5th October 2020

PRICES 2019/2020

Single Rider Sharing Twin Room & shared cabin on ferry: Only £2499 Single bed in a shared room with a shared cabin on-board the ferry. Hotels and breakfast* included as well as the Bivouac experience and evening meal in the desert. Ferry to Morocco is also included

Rider & Pillion with twin or double room & Private Cabin: Only £3999
Twin or double bed private room with a twin cabin on-board the ferry. Hotels and breakfast* included as well as the Bivouac experience and evening meal in the desert. Ferry to Morocco is also included

Solo Rider with single room: Only £3299
Private room with a private cabin on-board the ferry. Hotels and breakfast* included as well as the Bivouac experience and evening meal in the desert. Ferry to Morocco is also included

Deposit: 20%


Balance for this tour is due 12 weeks before departure and payable by bank transfer – see payment page for details. If at the time of booking the tour is less than 12 weeks before departure, please pay deposit on debit/credit card and the remaining balance by bank transfer

It is recommended you take out holiday travel insurance following the booking of any tour/holiday – We recommend Holiday Safe for cost effective and reliable cover for motorcycle travel

  • Breakfast and evening meals is served on the overnight ferry crossing from UK to Spain but is not included in the cost of the tour
  • Early morning ferry crossing from Spain to Morocco and Morocco to Spain – breakfast is paid for by the tour guide on the ferry

Why should I book with Guided Motorbike Tours?
Our tour is unique in many ways and does not replicate any other tour companies itinerary. We have spent many years perfecting this tour to give you a sense of adventure and guide you all the way. We have a great deal of experience with Morocco (you can read the book when it’s launched!) and take extra special care to make sure everyone stays together as a group and doesn’t end up running into any bother, if say, you were on your own, or riding as an escorted tour.

We provide every rider with a first hand experience of Morocco, it’s cultures and its traditions, staying in traditional and modern hotels and stopping off in traditional cafe’s for lunch and refreshment as well as finding locations that are described by previous clients as “incredible“, “breathtaking” as well as the many quiet roads, deep in the heart of some of the most spectacular national parks, with views of rolling mountains and cloud or snow covered peaks.

Not forgetting the stunning waterfalls, gorges, deserts as well as staying in the heart of the adventure capital of Morocco just yards from the Sahara desert with a chance to meet hundreds of adventure travellers in all manner of vehicles from dune buggies, quad bikes, motocross bikes and rally cars, you will have so much to see and do it will take weeks to review all your photos and footage!

Our experience has led us to creating a tour that has an emphasis on adventure but without pushing you too far beyond your comfort zone. Overall, 99% of this tour is on tarmac roads, we say 99% because we may encounter some short dirt paths, driveways leading to hotels/guest houses where even a sports touring bikes wouldn’t have too much trouble negotiating. This makes it an ideal tour for almost every competent, experienced rider and riders with pillions.
Please note: some roads in Morocco may not be suitable for sports bikes or cruisers due to their poorly maintained state.

Why Morocco?
Morocco has been the preferred choice for filmmakers for many decades, and has been host to many popular blockbuster films such as;

  • Black Hawk Down
  • Jewel of The Nile
  • Body of Lies
  • The Mummy Returns
  • Captain Phillips
  • Troy
  • Babel
  • Sex in The City
  • The Green Zone
  • The Bourne Ultimatum
  • and many more

They have all been filmed in Morocco because it is a politically safe country without conflict and offers some of the most stunning landscapes in all of Africa. Rugged, beautiful, with gorges and oasis thrown in along with the Sahara Desert and a delightful culture, one can see why it attracts so much attention from adventure riders and drivers from all over the world. From the North in the Riff Mountains, where the grass is as green as you will ever see, to the baron lands in the south that hug the perimeter of the Sahara Desert, every day the scenery appears different and more intriguing

Can I ride to Spain instead of taking the Ferry?
Yes, of course. Some tours we have had half of the group ridden down (via the Euro tunnel or shorter ferry in Plymouth) due to some riders not travelling too well on ferries. In such cases, you will need to make your own way to northern Spain to meet the ferry. You should allow an extra day for this. (mileage is approx 650 miles to the ferry port in Spain from northern France and can be easily ridden in 2 to 3 days). Contact us for pricing options on this, we can help.

Is Morocco safe?
Very, there is no conflict in Morocco and the people are exceptionally friendly, we even get waved at by police officers at checkpoints and have never once had a problem with theft or crime. You will get invited in to strangers homes from time to time in the rural areas as we pass through villages for a cup of tea, this is their way of life and custom. You do not need to feel obligated to accept but they have a belief that they must be kind, considerate and helpful to strangers and travellers. It’s a humbling experience and makes you feel most welcome

Whilst Morocco isn’t a poverty stricken country, they do not lead wealthy lives outside the main cities, this is part of their culture and they seek nothing more than peace and happiness using the surroundings in which they live, in other words, they have no interest in posh cars, posh phones or fancy TV’s, they live simple lives and are happier for it!

What’s the border crossing like?
We arrive in Morocco via Tangier Med, a relatively new port, which is usually quiet and getting through customs can be as quick as an hour. Your tour guide will be on hand to handle everything for you. However, during peak times, the border control can be slow and it is not unusual for the crossing of the border to take a few hours. Be patient and it will be quicker! Also, as we travel in April and October, temperatures are less gruelling, making it more bearable when waiting for customs to process everything. From personal experience, we have never taken more than 2 hours to cross the border into Morocco, leaving Morocco, the border crossing is much quicker and can be as quick as 15 – 30 minutes. Please ensure you bring original documents; V5, Passport etc, or you will be refused entry!

Do I need a Visa 
No, you don’t if you are a UK/EU passport holder

Is it very hot?
We choose cooler times of the year to travel to Morocco where temperatures are a more comfortable 20 – 30 degrees centigrade. The weather is mainly bright blue sky and sunshine. In the northern parts it can be cooler with the chance of the odd shower due to the micro climate created by the Riff Mountain range, it is also common for it to be very windy in the North for the first day as we travel to Chefchaouen. Temperatures can reach as high as 35 degrees centigrade in southern Spain and Southern Morocco

I don’t like Camels, do I have to stay in the desert?
If you didn’t want to join us for the evening in the Sahara Desert on camels, where we enjoy an evening meal and sleep in a traditional Bivouac, watching the sun set and rise over the dunes and sit under the stars, you can can opt to stay in the hotel or guest house where we will leave our gear and bikes or the guest house owner may for a fee transport you in a pick up or on a quad bike. As for the camels, it really isn’t that bad and to be frank, it’s a wonderful experience. If you prefer the quad bike option please ensure your holiday insurance covers this activity as it can be dangerous

Are the roads dangerous in Morocco?
The roads surfaces are pretty good, some places the roads are a little pot holed in places and the tarmac is in poor state of repair, so ideally adventure bikes are best suited, as for drivers and traffic, it is fine outside of the main cities. In the cities it can be a little manic and somewhat of a unique experience. you will need to keep your wits about you. We do not ride very often in the bigger cities. Marrakesh is probably the most busiest city we visit due to the large Medina, which has many Souks inside (market stalls) it does attract a lot of traffic, just keep your eyes open and expect the unexpected and you’ll be fine. You also have to adopt a “bossy” attitude when riding in Marrakesh or other motorists will intimidate you, meaning you’d never get anywhere.

What’s the food like?
Very nice actually. Meat (mainly, lamb, beef, chicken and goat, which is very tasty), vegetables, omelettes, chips, salads and vegetarian dishes and even western food is available in most places. Tagines are usually the order of the day. The Tagines are very tasty and is a meal consisting of vegetables and meat (chicken or goat) cooked in a clay pot. Vegetarian food is also available. https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/top-10-foods-try-morocco

A typical meal is meat or fish and vegetables with bread and couscous or rice

Do Moroccans drink alcohol?
Islam accounts for 93% of the religion practised in Morocco and as such Muslims do not drink alcohol. However, it is available in some tourist hotels, especially in the larger towns and cities. For example, there is only a very small handful of establishments in Chefchaouen that sell alcohol and they do tend to keep it under wraps (ask your tour guide and he/she will take you to the only pub). In the bigger hotels we stay at, you can often get beer and wine but please be aware that there are a few which have a dry policy (no alcohol)

Is the ferry crossing rough, I heard the BOB (Bay of Biscay) is very choppy?
Having travelled on the ferry many times we have only experienced one rough crossing. It can get a little bumpy but if you are okay travelling on a boat you will be fine. Bring some seasickness pills if it helps or a travel wrist band. Alternatively, you can ride down and meet us at the ferry port as we have done with some customers over the years

Do I need Vaccinations?
There are no official vaccinations required for Morocco but we do advise you ensure your booster jabs are up to date and check online for updates before you travel. In addition, we advise that you take care of your hygiene. Do not drink tap water and carry some anti-bacterial spray/gel for when visiting the loo etc

If you have any other questions please feel free to get in touch with our Morocco Tour expert, Chris, by clicking here

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Tour Reviews

4.88 based on 8 reviews

Did this last year and Chris and his team were faultless. Great support, fantastic routes and amazing hotels. Never thought I’d enjoy going with a tour company as much as this. I’ll now only use guided Motorbike Tours, they are the future!


An amazing experience and one that I would highly recommend. Lots to see on route and the tour guide took us to some fantastic places, of which, I have spent many hours looking back over on my Ipad.
Great hotels, was very impressed with the quality of hotels and the attention to detail along with the meticulous approach from the company. Extremely attentive at all times, which, made me feel like I was in safe hands at all times.
Have booked another tour with Guided Motorbike Tours and can’t wait. Thanks for a great job. Well done.
My only criticism was the weather, although not the companies fault, I would have moved it a month ahead and have the tour run from April and not March as it was still cold on the highest parts of the High Atlas Mountains. The other sections were fine and once again I thoroughly enjoyed myself.

NB. I see Chris has moved the tour to April and October now based on feedback, another great reason to go with this company, they listen to their customers! Unlike some of the other companies I have travelled with. I think I will be sticking to these guys from now on. Great service


A great tour that is good value for money and a good tour guide that looks after you

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Thanks for the kind words Martin


We did this for our 25th wedding anniversary. Wow it was amazing
Pete and Sue x


Morocco was my second tour with this company. I had a super time exploring the varied and roads and scenery.of this fascinating country. Snips was our leader and he was faultless in organising routes and hotels whilst leaving the group the freedom to chose stop points for meals. The guides are well equipped to meet unforseen mishaps, fortunately nothing required on this tour but the team preparation is all important.
Morocco itself has some fabulous roads. A real mix of twisties and sweepies. Occasionally the road stops completely and some ingenuity may be required!
There were 2 days off the bike in Chefchouen and Marrakech both offering wonderful respite, views and entertainment. We all picked up some great photos and gifts from the souks.

I recommend both the company and this tour for a memorable experience. Well done Chris and Snips.


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Thank you Nigel, on behalf of Snips and I, we really enjoyed your company and thank you for your loyal custom. Let’s hope we see you again soon


There are a lot of tours and lots of great things that you can do on your motorbike but Chris, Snips and the team at Guided Motorbike Tours have managed to combine the both into what can only be described as incredibly exciting adventures.

I have just returned from their Morocco tour from 14 April 2017 until 30 May 2017 and it was definitely one of the best experiences that anybody can have on two wheels.

The organisation of the tour, the size of the group, the knowledge conveyed by the company and Snips, our tour guide, was fantastic and this meant that the whole experience felt safe and comfortable with everyday providing a new adventure and different type of challenge and experience. The routes were well researched and variable on a daily basis.

Morocco provides a unique opportunity to enjoy every type of road and to witness the most beautiful scenery that the world has to offer. Couple this with extremely comfortable and well chosen hotels, the use of “local” or traditional cafes during the day and the experience of riding through this amazing country while witnessing the local way of life. This tour provides memories to treasure for a very long time.

I would like to say a huge thank you to Chris for organising this tour, Snips (Craig) for leading it and my fellow riders for making this tour an adventure in a life time. Thanks again and good luck and I wish you every success for the future.


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Thank you for your kind words John on behalf of myself and Snips. We are 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


Hi im going to cheat a little here as i have actually done this trip twice, both in 2016 and in 2017 and guess what ive pre booked again 2018 and this is why:

Morocco in the gate way to Africa.
You leave Europe behind and so the adventure will begin.

I have will travel though mountain passes and valleys so high the tops can not been seen, with tarmac ribbon like roads draped over, along and though them.
I have seen deserts that go on for so long you can actually all most see the earth curve.
The people are incredibly welcoming, you soon feel very relaxed.
The places ive stayed, every where from a camel ride into the Northern Saraha desert under a tent with a camp fire to a mountain carved hotel room over looking a Arab valley.
Its not to mention the friends you will make, please dont let the fact that you ridding solo stop you.
Trust me, that changes on the first day
The experience of this trip alone will change you, it makes you stronger, it will open your eyes to the beauty what is out there

Guided motorbike tours with Chris and Craig do a absolute fantastic job with this trip.
Extremely well planned and the best bit there proper honest bikers.
Ive forgotten how many trips 4/5? with another two pre booked.
If your reading this considering booking, gust do it and ill see you on it.



Well what can I say?Just recovered after being back two weeks and still a smile on my face after this fantastic tour to Morocco.Chris and Fletch were our tour guides which took us through Spain and then Morocco.We experienced some fantastic routes through both countries and it far more than I expected.Ronda valley in Spain to the Atlas Mountains in Morocco and a great adventure in Marrakesh on our way to the hotel all things i’ll Never forget.Had some great people on the tour with us don’t know if they could weigh us northerners up but we all had a great time and some great laughs.Thanks a lot and from Dave and gadget!!

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Thank you Dave on behalf of GMT and from me and Kev personally. We thoroughly enjoyed your company and can’t wait till you join us again on another adventure

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