A adventourus tour through the land of 1001 nights on your own bike. You will ride on asphalt roads to Marrakesh and Fez, from forests on the Rif mountains, across the High Atlas to the desert, and back along the ocean to Tanger.














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Tour Dates
Starting Point
You fly to Spain, your bike is freighted. And the real tour starts on the ferry to Morocco!
Price
Price 19.900Dkr for mc 17.900kr for pavilion.
The price includes flight (if you fly from other cities than Copenhagen/Jutland the price may varie), transportation of your bike from Denmark - talk to us if this is not relevant to you) ferry to Morocco and shared double rooms.Fuel drinks are not included.

Single room fee 2300 kr
Finishing Point
You may say godbye in Spain or Morocco or come along to Denmark!
Duration
14 days
Motorcycle Type
You ride your own bike. In case you arrive from over seas me might be able to get you a bike. Take contact!
Route
2635 km. Asphalt roads.
Rest Days
Yes, in the old royal city of Fez and the coastal town Essaouira.

Accomodation
Stansard tourist hotels.
Highlights
See Sahara, arabic old beautiful cities, magnificent mountains, bazars, camels and the desert meeting the ocean.

Be prepared for big changes in temperature from the warm desert to very cold mountain-passes. Minimum no. of participants is 10.

The tour

Day 1


COPENHAGEN/JUTLAND - MALAGA BY PLANE

We fly non-stop to Malaga.
Day 2


MALAGA - CHEFCHAOUEN, 140+125 km

We collect our bikes at the warehouse in Malaga and drive 150 km to Tarifa. Ferry 45 min brings us to Tanger, Morocco, Africa. 125 kms through steep Rif-mountains to the blue town Chefcaouen.
Day 3


CHEFCHAOUEN - FEZ, 265 KM

The day begins in the Rif-mountains' marihuana-fields and ends in Fez, the oldest and most famous royal city of Morocco.
Day 4


FEZ - RESTDAY

Fez' medina is on Unesco's list of world-heritage sites. We have a whole day to stroll trough the narrow lanes and look at Morocco's beautyful handicraft - and to dine well.
Day 5


FEZ - ER RASHIDA 360 KM

Today we cross from the cedar forests to the Sahara. The road leads us over the High Atlas on two 2000 meter passes and we will taste the cold and the heat of Morocco.
Day 6


ER RASHIDA - MERZOUGA, 120 KM

A great day in the desert. We drive towards the southern border of Morocco to see the famous dunes of Sahara. You may explore the desert by camel.
Day 7


MERZOUGA - OUARZAZATE, 330 KM

True Morocco adventure with kashbas - ancient towns nestling in the brown mountains - palm groves and deep canyons.
Day 8


OUARZAZATE - MARRAKESH, 200 KM

We'll visit the famous kasbah Ait-Behhaddou and via the Tizi-n-Ticha pass (2260 m) forge on to Marrakesh, the essential Moroccan city.
Day 9


MARRAKESH - ESSAOUIRA, 175 KM

After a relaxed morning we drive the short distance to the sea. We'll stay in the charming town Essaouira, free from the mass-tourism of Agadir.
Day 10


ESSAOUIRA - REST DAY

A rest day between driving in the mountains and along the coast. You can stroll through the medina, windsurf, look at the fishers in the habour or eat in one of the many chic restaurants.
Day 11


ESSAOUIRA - EL-JADIDA, 270 KM

The road follows the coast a bit inland up to Safi. Great views of the Atlantic and the coast to the old town El-Jadida, founded by the Portuguese in the 15th cen. and today on the Unesco world-heritage list.
Day 12


EL-JADIDA - LARACHE, 350 KM

Part of the coastal road is today motorway skirting Casablanca and Rabat. We have ample time to explore the coastal town of Larache, still keeping its Spanish heritage.
Day 13


LARACHE - MALAGA, 160 + 140 KM

The ferry from Tanger. We drive the good road up to Malaga, where we load the bikes into the crates at the warehouse. In the evening we celebrate the completion of our tour with a good Spanish dinner.
Day 14


MALAGA - COPENHAGEN/JUTLAND BY PLANE

We fly directly to Copenhagen/Jutland in the morning and soon you will be home.




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