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Motorcycle Tour
Morocco Fascination

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A fascinating motorcycle trip through the Orient


per rider in shared twin/double room and double inside cabin, from: €3,149.00 $3,034.58 ?
per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room and double inside cabin (pillion passengers cannot book without an accompanying rider), from: €2,779.00 $2,678.02 ?
per person single room and double inside cabin (surcharge - only available with an additional selection of the basic price "per rider in shared twin/double room"), from €539.00 $519.41 ?
On the ferry passages - per person double outside cabin (surcharge), from: €210.00 $202.37 ?
On the ferry passages - per person single inside cabin (surcharge), from: €399.00 $384.50 ?
On the ferry passages - per person single outside cabin (surcharge), from: €419.00 $403.78 ?
Please note: Due to the schedules of the Morocco ferries, the fall 2022 edition of this tour will last one day longer (19 days instead of 18 days). Therefore, there are deviations in the travel date autumn 2022 (22.09.2022 to 10.10.2022) in the travel description, in the exact itinerary (stages), and the service description (one additional night). If you would like to book "Morocco Fascination" in autumn 2022 and have any questions, just give us a call and let us advise you individually.
ATTENTION: Prices for 2023 are not yet confirmed. Bookings are subject to change. In case of price changes, you can confirm them or cancel free of charge.


12x accommodation in good typical hotels of 3*** to 5***** category, accommodation in double room with bath or shower+toilet, optional in single room (surcharge), incl. local taxes ("tourist tax")
1x desert overnight stay in luxury nomad tent
13x breakfast or breakfast buffet
9x three-course dinner or evening buffet
1x dinner menu in one of the best restaurants in Marrakech
1x ferry passage Barcelona - Tangier med incl. motorcycle, port taxes and fuel surcharge
1x ferry passage Tangier med - Barcelona incl. motorcycle, port taxes and fuel surcharge
3x overnight stay during the ferry crossings in 2-berth inside cabins with shower+toilet, on request for single occupancy
1x per ferry crossing food voucher for € 50.00 for food and drinks on board
13x guided motorcycle tours by our experienced tour guides
German-speaking tour guide on the whole tour
Accompaniment by a local guide/interpreter during the tour (languages: German, French, English)
Daily detailed tour briefing
Detailed tour book
1x guided city tour in Marrakech incl. bus transfer
1x transfer to dinner in the medina of Marrakech
1x camel ride through the desert to the luxury desert camp
1x city tour in Fes incl. bus transfer
Escort vehicle throughout the trip
Luggage transport in the escort vehicle (one suitcase or travel bag per travel participant). For insurance reasons, we do not transport motorcycle suitcases in the escort vehicle.
Check-in and luggage service in the hotels
Parking fees and guarding of motorcycles throughout the tour
All entrance fees
Insurance certificate according to § 651r BGB for package tours
Not included
All services, meals, and drinks not listed in the service description
Tolls and freeway fees
Gasoline, operating fluids
Drinks and snacks during breaks
Travel Cancellation/Trip Interruption Insurance
Overnight stays at the meeting point hotel in the Lörrach area

More details

Start/End: Meeting point hotel in the extreme southwest of Germany / near Basel
Travel duration: 18 days incl. arrival and departure
Total distance: approx. 4,450 km
Daily riding distances: approx. 60 km to 540 km (average approx. 340 km)
Route profile: Asphalted country roads in good to adequate condition. The route includes curvy and partly narrow sections
Difficulty level: For advanced riders with touring experience and good cornering technique. The motorcycle should be safely controlled on winding and narrow country roads, mountain passages, and in tight city traffic.
Daily riding duration: up to 9 hours incl. lunch/coffee breaks and photo stops
Group size: up to 10 bikes per group (plus guide), maximum 2 groups
Minimum number of participants: 8 people
Support vehicle: Yes, during the entire tour
Arrival by a car and a motorcycle trailer: There is a parking possibility for car+trailer at the meeting point hotel during the tour period (possibly with costs).
Individual arrival: Your route to the meeting point hotel is very long for you? No problem: We will be happy to advise you on planning your individual journey by road train or with motorcycle transport plus flight.
Luggage shipping: You can send your luggage, which is to be transported in the escort vehicle, by mail to our company headquarters before the trip. After the trip, we will send your luggage back home in exchange for the postage costs.
Motorcycle trailer: Nobody can exclude breakdowns. Therefore, we carry a motorcycle trailer during the entire travel period to be able to assist you quickly in case of need. Please note: Support in case of vehicle breakdowns and emergencies can only be guaranteed on the planned route. In case of self-planned route changes or excursions "on your own", the participant himself is responsible.
Climate in Morocco: On the offered travel dates, the average temperature is about 25 degrees Celsius. Temperatures vary in the high altitudes of the High Atlas and Rif Mountains and on the edge of the Sahara. Please adapt your motorcycle clothing to the climatic requirements.
Traffic in Morocco: The traffic situation in the cities requires an anticipatory riding style and is in part not comparable with European riding behavior.
Travel documents: For entry to Morocco you need your passport (an identity card is not sufficient!). The passport must be valid for three months beyond the end of the booked trip.
Entry with a bike: When crossing the border into Morocco, the motorcycle data is entered in the passport. In addition, the green insurance card must be carried as proof of the motor vehicle liability insurance. All details can be found under the next point "Motor vehicle liability".
Motor vehicle liability: Not every motor vehicle liability insurance offers insurance coverage for trips to Morocco. Therefore, check your motor vehicle liability in good time before the trip and have your insurance company send you the green insurance card for your bike. On the green card, the field for Morocco ("MA") must not be crossed out!
Alternatively, it is possible to take out temporary insurance (liability) for the travel period when entering Morocco (port of Tangier). The cost of this is about 100 €.
Letter of protection: A motor vehicle letter of protection, such as that offered by the ADAC, is mandatory
Health insurance: We recommend for all international motorcycle tours the conclusion of a separate foreign health insurance with medical repatriation. Our Allianz partner will be happy to provide you with a suitable offer.
Ferry connections: The new schedules for the ferry connections are usually always published at the beginning of the year. Until then, schedule changes and thus a slight change in the travel period can not be completely excluded! Please plan your vacation so that you can react flexibly in case of schedule changes.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.


Experience motorcycle trip full of adventure and exoticism

In the middle of it and not only in it: This guided adventure motorcycle tour through Morocco lets you feel the magic of the Orient, on the back of your motorcycle! Morocco, this diverse and exotic country, where history and modernity meet in a very special way, is one of the last remaining kingdoms of the African continent. Separated from Europe by the Strait of Gibraltar, barely 14 km wide, Morocco offers us the space for one of our most beautiful guided motorcycle tours.

Our motorcycle tour starts in the area of Lörrach, southwest Germany, near the Swiss border. From here we travel through France and Spain to the sun-drenched Catalonian capital. Here in Barcelona our ferry leaves in the morning with destination Africa. After 26 hours of sea travel, Tangier med awaits us, the largest Moroccan port, nestled between Tangier and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta.

Now our motorcycle adventure on the third largest continent of our earth can begin. Tangier, the multicultural coastal city on the Atlantic Ocean - a melting pot of cultures - is our gateway to the south. Here we feel the oriental way of life for the first time.

Where history and modernity meet in such a unique way, we experience the most beautiful motorcycle routes, framed by imposing natural wonders. Here, like in no other country, the feeling of freedom and adventure merge with the magic of the landscape and oriental flair.

Mountains - Sand Dunes - Waterfalls - Marrakech

Soon the most beautiful areas of the Kingdom of Morocco are at our feet. The historical Rif mountains, the breathtaking Middle and High Atlas and last but not least the sand sea of the Sahara at Erg Chebbi.

The imposing waterfalls of Ouzoud, whose floods plunge more than 110 meters into the depths, offer us a photo motif of the extra class. But the royal cities of Meknes, Fes and, as the highlight, Marrakesh with the legendary Djemaa el Fna also have their special charm. The latter transports us back to past centuries with its colorful hustle and bustle in its narrow, centuries-old alleys and the beguiling scents of spices and herbs.

The legendary road of the Kasbahs

It is known far beyond the borders of the country - the legendary road of the Kasbahs. This stretch of road looks like something out of a storybook and offers the Todra and Dades gorges with their steep walls up to 300 meters high as highlights. And Aït Benhaddou, located on the old caravan road at the foot of the High Atlas, has already served as a backdrop for many Hollywood productions and is another highlight of our motorcycle trip. The entire old town center has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 1987.

Sunrise in the desert camp

Palm groves and oases announce the proximity of the Sahara. At Erg Chebbi, also called the largest sandpit in the world, we can feel the desert up close at the southernmost point of our motorcycle tour. Here, in our desert camp, we can admire the incredible starry sky before falling asleep, and in the morning we can admire the sunrise as it only exists in the desert.

A touch of Grand Canyon

Heading north again, the imposing mountain landscapes around the Midelt region give a hint of the Grand Canyon. Following ancient caravan routes, we reach the Mediterranean Sea again on the most beautiful panoramic roads, where we slowly approach the European continent again.

Arriving home, the diverse impressions of this extraordinary motorcycle trip will accompany you for a long time ...


Morocco, an extraordinary motorcycle tour!

Other countries, other customs... That's why it's good to have professionals advise and accompany you on a big motorcycle tour in foreign countries. We take care of every detail well in advance. We know the country-specific procedures and regulations. The daily briefing by our tour guides ensures that you don't have to rack your brains over traffic rules, tolls, noise emissions and other peculiarities. We do the work and you enjoy the motorcycle tour.

For many decades we have been planning and organizing guided motorcycle tours to the most beautiful regions of Europe and North Africa. Here, on our neighboring continent, the Kingdom of Morocco is the focus of our adventure motorcycle tours.


- Program, hotel and route changes are reserved! -


Day 1: To the meeting point hotel near Basel (individual arrival).

Arrival at our meeting point hotel in the extreme southwest of Germany / near Basel by 18:00.

During dinner we get to know each other and get in the mood for the upcoming adventure trip through the Orient during the subsequent tour briefing.

Overnight stay: Treffpunkthotel Germany South-West, near Basel (Overnight stay and meals in the Treffpunkthotel are not included in the tour price).


Day 2: Stage to Valence in the South of France

It's quite a ride to Barcelona, where our Morocco ferry departs. We want to cover half the distance - just over 500 km - today, and for this we will also use France's highways to a good extent.

After starting at the meeting point hotel, we ride directly into France near Mulhouse. Soon the city of Besancon passes by on the left. A little later we turn south. When we cross the Rhone at Lyon, we've almost made it: now it's only 100 km down the Rhone valley until we reach our stage destination.

Overnight stay: Valence (South of France)

Daily mileage: approx. 530 km


Day 3: Valence - Barcelona

After breakfast we head south via Montpellier and Narbonne to Spain, where today's stage ends on the Costa Brava. Again, we mainly use the highway. A good 100 km south of the Pyrenees we head for the Catalonian capital and port city of Barcelona, where we will be staying today.

Overnight stay: Barcelona (Spain)

Daily mileage: approx. 540 km


Day 4: Day at sea: ferry crossing Barcelona - Tangier med

After breakfast ride to the ferry terminal. There we have enough time for a stress-free check-in. Once the formalities are completed and the machines are securely lashed down, we can relax on the upper deck and watch as our ferry departs - with destination Tangier med in Morocco!

Overnight stay: on the overnight ferry from Barcelona to Morocco

Daily mileage: approx. 10 km (day at sea)


Day 5: Arrival in Morocco: From the port to the city of Tangier

Until after lunch we can enjoy the crossing and the amenities on board. Then in the afternoon we dock in Tangier med.

Still in the port, at the customs border, we meet our interpreter. He always has an open ear for all questions, and will accompany us on our entire journey through the Kingdom of Morocco.

After going through customs formalities, we ride to Tangier City to check into our first hotel in Morocco. Even though it is only a short distance to ride, we feel it clearly: adventure and exoticism are in the air, and provide a very special and expectant atmosphere after the long journey.

Overnight stay: Tangier City (Morocco)

Daily distance: approx. 60 km


Day 6: Through the Rif Mountains to the royal city of Meknes

Our first real stage in Morocco leads through fascinating landscapes of the western Rif Mountains, which are green and fertile especially in the first half of the year.

Via Chefchaouen we reach our destination for the day, the royal city of Meknes. After dinner we will have the opportunity to admire the impressive old town during an evening walk.

Overnight stay: Meknes (Morocco)

Daily distance: approx. 300 km


Day 7: Through central Morocco to the foot of the High Atlas Mountains

After an oriental breakfast, the journey continues south. Soon the fertile plain of Meknes is left behind as we head up into the western foothills of the Middle Atlas.

In the afternoon we reach the town of Beni Mellal. It is our "gateway to the High Atlas", and a magnificent pass road with great curves and unique viewpoints forms the crowning conclusion of today's stage. And at the end of this ingenious motorcycle route lies our exquisite accommodation - directly above the reservoir of Bin el Ouidane.

Overnight stay: Bin el Ouidane (Morocco)

Daily distance: approx. 320 km


Day 8: Ouzoud waterfalls and continue to Marrakech

Right at the beginning of this day, lovers of mountain routes get their money's worth: Via numerous serpentines we climb the plateau of Azilal. There we visit the Ouzoud Falls, the highest and most water-rich waterfalls in Morocco. Time for a walk! Helmets and jackets can stay in the support vehicle while we explore the impressive natural spectacle on foot. In the meantime, it is also time for the lunch break and we have a snack in front of this unique scenery before we return to our machines.

The compass now points west as we cruise along the northern flank of the High Atlas Mountains - our destination for today is Marrakech, the "Pearl of the South", royal city and landmark of Morocco.

Overnight stay: Marrakech (Morocco)

Daily distance: approx. 250 km


Day 9: Marrakech (day off)

Today we experience Marrakech! The private bus will take us to the heart of the legendary city. On board is a local guide who will show and explain selected sights. We will also visit the souks with their small, winding alleys, where traditional trades display their skills and merchants haggle over their wares. We will experience this and much more up close during our German-speaking guided tour.

At the end of the day we dine in one of the best restaurants in the city and then let ourselves be enchanted once again by the hustle and bustle of the medina.

Overnight stay: Marrakech (Morocco)

Daily mileage: free of charge


Day 10: Across the High Atlas to Boumalne Dades

Anyone who keeps a list of the most impressive mountain passes for bikers has probably had it on their list for a long time: the 2,260 m high Col du Tichka. The pass is still the most important connection between the northwestern parts of the country and the Sahara foothills south of the High Atlas.

After crossing the mountains, we take a short ride to the road of the Kasbahs and the fortified town of Ait-Benhaddou, considered one of the most beautiful reservoir castles in Morocco and a UNSECO World Heritage Site. Therefore, we take time here for a coffee break and to shoot one or the other souvenir photo.

While we follow the road of the Kasbahs further to the east, we feel that the Sahara is no longer far away. Lush green trees have become rare in the landscape. In the late afternoon we reach our quarters near the Dade Gorge.

Overnight stay: Boumalne Dades (Morocco)

Daily distance: approx. 330 km


Day 11: To the Todra Gorge and further into the desert near Merzouga

In the morning we ride up to the Todra Gorge, and marvel at the rugged 300 m high rock faces, which are also very popular with climbers. In front of this magnificent scenery we take time for a coffee or tea before we return to the plateau and set course for Merzouga.

There, in the afternoon, we finally approach the highlight of our great Morocco tour: the sand dunes of Erg Chebbi near Merzouga. Here we saddle up on camels and enjoy a one-hour ride to our luxury desert camp. Under a starry sky we have dinner and let ourselves be enchanted by the majesty of the desert.

Overnight: Luxury desert camp near Merzouga (Morocco)

Daily distance: about 260 km


Day 12: Merzouga - Fes

It is worth getting up early today, because the sunrise in the desert is one of the most beautiful natural spectacles Africa has to offer. At this moment we can experience the fascination of Morocco with all senses!

Our desert camp also marks the southernmost point of our journey. After breakfast, four-wheel ride jeeps take us back to our motorcycles, we get our helmets and jackets from the support vehicle and turn north again.

Our stage today leads us through the most beautiful areas of Morocco, desert landscape, stone desert, palm groves and dried up rivers alternate and animate us to photo stops. Over the Col du Zad and along old caravan routes we reach the historic royal city of Fes in the evening.

Overnight stay: Fes (Morocco)

Daily distance: about 450 km


Day 13: Royal city of Fes (day off)

After breakfast, we take a private bus to a hill outside the city. From here we can overlook all of Fes and our local guide shares with us his knowledge about the different parts of the city, their history and the most prominent monumental buildings.

Once we have torn ourselves away from the overwhelming panorama, we dive right into the action and experience the most beautiful, exotic and historic places of the city up close.

Overnight stay: Fes (Morocco)

Daily mileage: free


Day 14: Fes - Tangier med

Via Sidi Kacem, Tetouan and further along the Mediterranean coast, past the Spanish enclave of Ceuta, our motorcycle trip on the black continent takes us back to the port of Tangier med. Today we have to say goodbye to a continent that is so close, yet so far away from Europe. In the late evening we leave with the ferry. Course Europe - Barcelona.

Overnight stay: on the ferry from Morocco to Barcelona (Spain).

Daily mileage: about 330 km


Day 15: Day at sea - ferry crossing from Morocco to Barcelona.

Today we relax on deck and have time to review the adventures of the past days...

Overnight: on the ferry from Morocco to Barcelona (Spain)

Daily mileage: free / day at sea


Day 16: Barcelona - Lloret del Mar

Arrival of the ferry in Barcelona at noon. Our journey continues along the Costa Brava to the nearby coastal town of Lloret del Mar. After check-in at our hotel, there is still time for a round on the legendary coastal road between Tossa de Mar and Sant Feliu de Guíols - with its countless serpentines and wonderful views a highlight not to be missed!

Overnight stay: Lloret del Mar (Spain)

Daily distance: approx. 90 km


Day 17: Lloret del Mar - Valence

Today we leave Spain and ride back towards Central Europe. The destination of today's stage is Valence, which we already know from the outward journey.

Overnight stay: Valence (South of France)

Daily distance: approx. 450 km


Day 18: Back to Germany

The last common stage of this trip leads us back to our meeting point hotel in the extreme southwest of Germany / near Basel. Here we spend the last evening together and look back on the great Morocco tour that we were able to experience together.

Overnight stay: Treffpunkthotel Germany South-West, near Basel (Overnight stay and meals in the Treffpunkthotel are not included in the tour price).

Daily mileage: approx. 530 km


Day 19 - Farewell and individual journey home

Once again we have breakfast together, then it's time to say goodbye and start our individual journey home.