Morocco Bike Tour

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Go for a bike holiday in Morocco and revel in its beauty


Sahara Desert. Doesn’t the name conjure up images of unknown fears and adventures? Ever imagined biking along the desert through the medieval cities and soaking up the natural beauty of the rugged terrain? Come to Morocco and find out how adventurous traveling can be.


Morocco – the hidden gem of Africa


Morocco is a traveler’s paradise with its intriguing medieval cities like Marrakech, Fes and Essaouira. Atlantic Ocean, Atlas Mountains and Sahara Desert have contributed to create a unique landscape in Morocco that attracts travelers from across the world. Marrakech and its neighboring areas are most popular and tourists love to explore these places on bikes.


Yes, if you happen to visit Marrakech, hire a bike and find yourself cycling through the mountain passes and across desert strips. Adventure gets better with every corner in Morocco!


Bike tours in Marrakech – choose your calling


Marrakechis best explored on a bike. The best thing is you can choose the tour that appeal to you. If mountains beckon you, go for a mountain bike holiday. If you are a seasoned biker, choose Atlas Descent trip for some blood curling adventure. If love of discovering unknown places has brought you to Marrakech, you can ride through its neighboring cities and witness the age-old culture and heritage of the country. So, the choice is limitless and you only need to choose how you want to make your Morocco trip memorable.


Biking holiday in Marrakech – this could be the best holiday of your life


Ah, a biking holiday in Marrakech sounds so exciting. Kick it off with a ride through the fantastic landscapes of the country. Ride past the Kasbahs, through mountain passes and sandstone gorges. Watch how the locals lead their life and taste Moroccan food in the local eateries.


The red city of Marrakech is full of surprises as the bike rides would reveal. Take up the road that passes through the Hivernage district. You would pass the town of Gueliz. The railway station with its unique architecture would please you, so would the royal theatre.


Morocco is known for its palaces and the palmery is the place where you can find most of the royal palaces and buildings. Cycle through the palm groves and discover how Moroccans practice traditional farming.


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