The closest far away adventure you can have
- Includes accommodation in Morocco and Spain
- Price covers your vehicle and one passenger
- Ferry from Algecira to Tanger Med included
- Ferry Portsmouth to Santander included
- Suitable for vehicles with Low Box
- Guides are professional instructors in fully-equipped lead vehicles
- Bespoke Hotels/ Auberge/ Riad/ Bedouin tent accommodation
- All you need to cover is food and fuel
Want to experience 4×4 Morocco but don’t want to camp? Then this bespoke holiday would be perfect for you!
We’re with you from the rendezvous point in the UK and throughout the whole tour until we return to British soil. We take care of all the bookings, ferries and border controls so all you need to do is enjoy the drive and experience Morocco.
Our journey through Morocco starts when we land in Tanger Med on the ferry from Spain. We head South for the short journey to Moulay Bousselham, for your first night in Morocco, staying at a stunning Hotel on the coast with views of the ocean and sunset from the rooftop terrace.
From there we travel via motorway to Marrakesh. You will get the chance to experience the famous Souk in the heart of the city whilst spending two nights at one of the epicentres of the overlanding world.
We then begin our journey south into real Morocco along one of the best mountain roads in the world. From here you will then journey further south to the town of Tata before starting to head back north through the High Atlas mountains, down river beds and along incredible canyons. You will experience the small villages and oasis along the way, and will also have the chance to visit Volubilis, the site of the Roman Ruins in Morocco.
For two weeks you will be staying the best accommodation, hidden away luxurious Riads, Moroccan themed Bedouin tents and Parador hotels in Spain.
The perfect opportunity to relax and experience Morocco while we take care of the rest.
25% Deposit required for all overland tours.
While we endeavour to keep to the itinerary described, we reserve the right to make alterations to take into account issues beyond our control such as weather, track-closure and other considerations.