Meet up with your fellow adventurers and get to know your Tour Leader and crew.
1 night in Algeciras, Spain.
An early drive to Algeciras ferry port before the crossing to Ceuta, entry point to North Africa. Your tour leader will take care of all documents needed to pass through the border control.
1 night campsite at Martil.
Days 3 - 4
Stunning drives over the Rif mountains staying in campsites at Chefchaouen and amongst the Eucalyptus trees at Moulay-Idriss.
2 nights campsite at Chefchaouen.
Days 5 - 7
A guided tour of the Roman ruins at nearby Volubilis before spending two nights in Fez. There will also be a night in the Great Cedar Forest south of Azrou.
2 nights campsite at Fez, 1 night informal camping.
Days 8 - 11
Drive to Meski, for a two-night stay in an oasis location on the very edge of the Sahara, served with traditional meals and entertainment.
1 night campsite at site of former political prison, 1 night informal camping, 2 nights campsite at Meski.
Days 12 - 14
Drive to Erg Chebbi, the Sahara desert location for three nights amongst the dunes.
3 nights campsite at Erg Chebbi.
Days 15 - 16
Two nights at Tinerhir campsite with a visit to the stunning Todra Gorge.
2 nights campsite at Tinehir.
Drive to Ouarzazate and visit a featured kasbah, market and dine at some authentic eating houses in the area.
1 night at Ouarzazate campsite.
Days 18 - 20
Cross the High Atlas mountains via the winding and very spectacular Tizi-n-Tichka pass. Three nights (two full days) at a campsite six miles from Marrakech allow plenty of time to explore this wonderful city.
3 nights at Casablanca campsite.
Days 21 - 23
Drive to the magical Atlantic town of Essaouira for a three-night stay. There is a fabulous beach plus a fishing and shipbuilding harbour. Farewell dinner at a Riad-style restaurant.
3 nights at Essaouira campsite.
Your tour finishes here. Options include extending your stay in Morocco or making the journey back to Ceuta. Please note that general travel costs are at your own expense. Some members may plan for an extended stay in Morocco, while others may wish to remain at Essaouira a little while longer. You could of course continue your homeward journey with the Tour Leader and support vehicle, which would necessitate an early start for the long, slow drive back up the coast. Most members will probably prefer to make their own way back, either alone or with other members of the tour or the Tour Escorts. Any and all options and needs can be discussed fully and individually with the Tour Leader.