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Morocco tour 2018 (MCT 180A)

Thursday, April 5, 2018 | Tom Friden / Pablo Piferrer | Africa / Europe

Day14 Chefchaouen - Malaga

Day13 Fès - Chefchaouen

Day12 Fès (restday)

Day11 Erfoud - Fès

Day10 Merzouga - Erfoud

The early tourguide catches the sunrise...wow this was definitely a good idea to climb that dune in the morning.

Day9 Tzinghir - Merzouga

Wow those views just leaves you speechless.
Impressive landscape s all along the gorges.
Gorges of Todra, is just another bikers dream.
Tom is sharing his bike for a cool picture with this little boy.
Future riders?
Picnic in the desert! Wow what a picture,Tomhas been high up for this one
Changing our bikes against dromedaries for the last 7km to our desert camp.
Blue Djilebbas for the tourguides
Our local guide has catched a sandfish.
Tourguide Tom likes his ride!
Everybody’s enjoying the ride to our desert camp.
Sahara desert as its best.
Wow what a spectacular way to end the day.

Day8 Äit Benhaddou - Tzinghir

Overloaded? No just normal business in Morocco

Day7 Marrakesh - Äit Benhaddou

After the rest day in Marrakesh we will ride through what is truely, bikers paradise.

Curve after curve we ride up and down mountain passes until we reach the little town of Äit Benhaddou.

Local cow feet delivery...
Thank you Morocco for those incredible views...
That‘s the view we like, nice sky, good road condition and curve after curve...
Moroccan mountain roads at its best!
Best road conditions on our way up to Titz-n-Tichka pass
What else does a bikers heart needs...?
A well deserved lunchbreak.
What an amazing scenery on our last km to Äit Benhaddou.
Group picture with a really fabulous view.
Huge canyon valley before we arrive at the hotel.

Day6 Restday in Marrakech

Wow those ceilings are just masterpieces of Moroccan craftsmanship.
Bahia Palace is a must see once you’re in Marrakesh.
Of course we choose Edelweiss blue if we have to buy a Djilebba.

Day5 Rabat - Marrakech

That chaotic Casablanca traffic!
Group picture in front of the Hassan II mosque.
Wow what a nice view over the square of the Hassan II mosque.
Tourguides Tom and Pablo have chosen a really nice place for lunch.
Everybody is enjoying the delicious food for lunch.
Sunset over Marrakech.

Day4 Chefchaouen - Rabat

Last picture before we hit the road again, today we‘re off to Rabat.
Coffee stop in Ouezzane!
Some of us are refreshing the boots while we have tea.
...as we take a closer look the boots really needed some new colour. 1€ for this service is not too bad, so we added some tipps.
Yes this is also Morocco with a lot of green fields.
Some nice little streets to explore in Rabat.

Day3 Ceuta - Chefchaouen

Today the road takes us from the border to the blue city Chefchaouen.

After a very hard border crossing, a picture to prove we're in Morocco, with a start of the tour in the Mediterranean
Anita showing her Tea pouring skills
Yang following TG Pablo on the beautiful Moroccan roads
Really, look at that!
What a view!
Blue magic in Chefchaouen! Really fabulous city.
Small little street in blue everywhere, watch out where you go otherwise you're lost within minutes.
50 shades of blue...
We do know how to choose hotels! TG Tom enjoying a soothing Moroccan "Whiskey", to help with the cold and rainy start of the day
Happy Bithday Captain!!
Bday cake for the captain

Day2 Malaga - Ceuta (where Hercules splitted the land)

What a nice way to startthe day! Bienvenidos Malaga, Morocco tour is about to start!
First thing in mind when you finished breakfast!
Taiwan meets Morocco!
Quick selfie before we start!
Weather did change quickly in the mountains, very cold and windy up there but anyway we made it safe snd sound to Ronda.
Pit stop to put on the rain gear and warm jackets, because the temperature dropped to 2°.
The famous bridge in Ronda which seperates the old and the new town. Very impressive .
Group picture on the bridge! Thumbs up for this amazing view!
Very good pizza in Ronda.
Finally afterlunch the weather was amazing!
What a nice mountain road, brand new asphalt.
Nice weather, curvy roads and Great landscapes what else does i bikers heart wants.
Just beautiful!
Last toll point before we reach the harbour.
Almost at the harbour, to catch the ferry for africa.
Here we are we made it in time the harbor.
Waiting for the ferry! Excited to reach the african continent!

Day1- Arrival day in Malaga

Good morning Malaga! What a view to start the day!
Teamwork?! Really?
JP doing a good job while translating the welcome briefing.
Thumbs up for the taiwanese translation!
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Doris Waldegger
Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 11:08

Thank you for the great pictures.
Wishing you all a great time and see you in August.
Doris
JP
Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 09:56

Great pictures! , great tour guilds
Tom Friden
Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 15:57

Thanx J-P,i totally agree with you.
J-P
Friday, March 30, 2018 at 21:42

We love Morocco! Thank you Edelweissbiketravel!
Pablo Piferrer
Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 19:00

Thanks JP, glad you're enjoying it!!
Tom Friden
Friday, March 30, 2018 at 22:18

Thank you J-P, happy to hear that you enjoy your Morocco adventure
Markus Hellrigl
Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at 10:42

Hi guys,
it looks like you are having a great time - even after a six hour border crossing
Pablo Piferrer
Saturday, March 31, 2018 at 19:01

We are indeed, border was hell, but made it the more to look forward too. Thanks!!
Tom Friden
Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at 14:40

Yes indeed, Morocco is just beautiful, it’s always worth waiting at the border even if we would have been happy to cross it quicker!
Sunny greetings from North Africa!

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