From the bustling city of Marrakech to the rural simplicity of the Berber villages, Morocco cycling trips are varied in geography and culture from start to finish. The common thread remains the stunning beauty of the Atlas Mountains, tackled from various routes and grades.
You could take in the foothills of Mount Toubkal, golden kasbahs, lush green valleys, impressive gorges or the long sandy beaches of Essaouira. Spectacular routes follow smooth tarmac roads and rugged climbs over high mountain passes that reward you with breathtaking vistas.
Morocco Cycling Adventure Tours
8 DaysfromUSD 1,899
Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)
Take in the incredibly varied and dramatic scenery of Morocco.
I was quite nervous about the trip as travelling on my own for the first time & unsure about my level of cycling fitness. I’m a fit 51 year old but more of an ‘about town’ cyclist with a few extra laps of Richmond Park & its hills put in the the month before departure. But with a determined attitude I managed all of the challenging ascents.
The tour was absolutely amazing. Marrakesh was intriguing and beautiful, the mountain views during the drive to Ait Benhaddou were breath-taking, the Sahara and the camel ride were amazing and the Tighza location extremely picturesque. The whole trip was fabulous!
Well organised trip. Great group of people to spend a week with, and really excellent support from the trek leader and his team. Thank you all for a very enjoyable week! Domestic Arrangements: The food produced in camp was excellent – astonishing what was produced on two camping stoves! The team were super efficient setting up camp, breaking camp and providing food and drink in camp. Comfortable sleeping mats were provided, which was great. However, the toilet tent arrangement (chemical loo) was basically totally inadequate for the number of trekkers (13) and the support team, and Exodus needs to pay some attention to this aspect (and move to composting toilets?). The scenery is spectacular and you don’t meet other trekking groups. Although it was often quite rough underfoot (and boots with ankle support were therefore necessary), the actual trekking was quite tame for the grading given by exodus.