Guided Motorcycle Touring in Morocco - FAQ

Morocco Motorbike Tours

Most frequent questions and answers

We have many years’ experience traveling and leading tours in Morocco. We have our full fleet in Marrakesh – so there is no hassle getting the bikes into the country – which can be challenging sometimes. Even when no tour is running we continuously scouting itineraries and discovering hidden tracks. We are living in Morocco and have the most up-to-date and reliable information on the road conditions. We are passionate about our aim to run the great tours and are obsessive about service and making sure all our customers have the tour of their lives. Our dedicated and experienced tour guide will always be on hand to help and unlike some other companies we only stay in the best accommodation – that we have previously hand-picked and tested. It’s not just about the destination, our tours are all about the adventures you have along the way. We believe that the best company to show you a foreign country is the one which is based at the very place.
Our HQ is based in Marrakesh, all tours starts from there.
All our multi-day tours with more than 5 riders include a support vehicle for the duration of the trip. The vehicle is not only there for potential assistance, but also provides the comfort of carrying your luggage throughout the journey.
We strive to provide the best accommodation available, all hand-picked and tested. In remote / rural areas we will stay in auberges or guesthouses, which are a bit more rustic in nature. Nevertheless, all accommodations have been personally verified to ensure the requirements of a motorcycle traveller are met after every riding day (i.e. comfortable bed, clean room, hot shower, a delicious meal and a bar). We strive to provide a relaxing and comfortable environment to our guests. Here are some samples of the hotels we are using: Our Hotels
In order to participate on our tours, you should bring the following items:

  • Valid full motorbike driving license
  • Medical and repatriation insurance
  • Valid passport (i.e. valid at least 6 month after
    the entry date)
  • Personal prescribed medication if applicable
  • Personal items (camera, sunglasses, sun
    protection, etc.)
  • Protective riding gear
  • Leisure wear
  • Camelback (recommended)
Cash machines are available everywhere in Morocco so you do not need to carry a lot of cash. You will need money for soft drinks, lunches and coffee during the day, drinks in the evening, for your personal expenses (e.g. souvenirs) and for fuel. Note that alcoholic beverages are priced higher than in some European countries, (i.e. 3-5 EUR for a beer). Fuel cost for a 5-day tour is around 70 EUR.
Please note that we do not provide cancellation insurance but we encourage our customers to get a travel insurance that covers the costs in case they cannot travel.
All of our motorbikes are covered by full insurance. As highlighted in a previous section (What do I need to bring?) every participant is required to have supplemental personal medical and repatriation insurance. Be sure that your insurance covers motorcycling holidays, as many insurance policies exclude such activities that they consider too dangerous or risky. Consult your local insurance agency before you come to Morocco. Most agencies offer insurance packages for a minimal cost.
Our fleet consists of BMW R12GS, R1250GS, F800GS, F750GS, F310GS and Yamaha T7 motorbikes that are best suitable for the type of terrain we will be riding as it handles well on tarmac as well as dirt tracks and is relatively light to tackle technical rides as well.
We are transporting one 39l roll-bag per person in the support car. The larger items can be left at the Marrakesh hotel – where we will return the last day.
Yes, although places are limited based on availability in the support vehicle. Please enquire in advance for availability as well as special prices.
Yes. Upon arrival, you will meet your tour guide and he will ensure a full briefing session for the journey to come. You will also receive a welcome pack that includes maps and detailed information about the tour. In addition, every day at breakfast we will have a short briefing to discuss the day ahead including any potential request on your part.
We average between 200 to 300 km per day on varied terrain. You can find more specific information by consulting the tour descriptions.
Yes. We do cater for pillion passenger to join the rides on discounted prices. In addition – and depending on availability in the support vehicle – the pillion has the option to sit out some of the legs by travelling with the support crew.
No. Morocco is the safest and most secure country in Africa with a significant part of the economy based on tourism that is obviously best protected. Although zero risk does not exist, while other parts of the world see unfortunate events, Morocco remains a destination of choice partly due to the safe environment provided by law enforcements.

By the way, being foreigners to this country, we wouldn’t even have considered settling down with our kids here if there were any risks involved.
You can either pick up cash from any ATM at the airport or the hotel, or you can choose to change your currency in Morocco. We will help you get the best rates if you opt for the latter.
Definitely not, we never have and never will cancel a trip due to lack of bookings. Also, we are based in Morocco 365 days, so we don’t need to transport the bikes there, we just get in the saddle and ride, even with low number of riders.
Yes, your guide will accompany you on the whole trip and will be contactable by phone at all times during the day in case of problems or questions, also upon your arrival to the airport, before and after the trip.
Definitely not, our tours are geared up to be just as enjoyable for novices as for experienced riders and tourers. Although, you will have to be comfortable with the mileages involved and being in the saddle for at least six hours a day. We make time for plenty of rest stops, coffee and tea breaks etc.
Just let us know and we will make sure all the hotels along the route are made aware.
All riders will need their passport, driving licence, bike documents, insurance documentation.
No, there are no required vaccines to enter Morocco.

Should you have any questions not answered above, please contact us and we will be happy to help!