Content: 5 riding days (+ 2 travel days). Day tours of 150–300 km. About 950 km of riding in the Moroccan countryside at temperatures of +20° by day and down to +5° at night...
Leader for all the motorcycle tours is Bertil Marcusson (who has 30 years of experience on motorcycles and who has completed 20 Gotland Grand National - Enduro races and 3 Paris-Dakar rallies.)
Meeting place on arrival: Ouarzazate Airport. Air travel is booked separately and not included in the price of the Morocco tour. Berra can help you with your booking if necessary, otherwise you need to make your booking so that you arrive in Ouarzazate by 23:30 hours on arrival day.
Accommodation: Simple shared accommodation between hotel and hostel standard.
Meals: We eat delicious food at specially chosen restaurants and enjoy wonderful snacks that Peter’s wife creates. Free water and mealtime beverages.
Service: Back-up service truck including mechanics, fuel and transfers.
• November 9-16 november and 16-23
The price depends on your choice of motorcycle as follows:
• KTM/Honda 400–530cc: 22.000SEK
• Honda/Yamaha 250cc: 20.000SEK.
The price includes: Six nights accommodation at the Hotel / Auberge, all meals and drinking water. Third-party insurance, guides, mechanics, fuel, motorcycle and personal gear (tell us if you have your own gear): helmet, jacket or shirt, pants, boots, goggles, shoulder-, knee and elbow pads, chest/back shields, gloves.
NB! The cost of your airplane ticket, about 5,000 SEK, Arlanda return, is not included in the price and must be booked separately.
Terms for participation:
• All driving is undertaken at your own risk and according to your own ability.
• An understanding that Rally Raid is physically demanding.
• MCraft cannot be held responsible for any personal injuries, losses or damage to equipment.
• MCraft reserves the right to cancel tours in the case of too few participants, bad weather conditions or other unexpected circumstances.
• Payment in full must have reached MCraft at least 6 weeks prior to the beginning of the trip.
You are responsible for:
• Personal insurance including transportation home in case of accident. Your ordinary home/travel insurance probably covers this, but check to make sure. There are short-term adventure insurance policies that cover this type of tour.
• Valid driver’s license for the appropriate motorcycle.
• Earlier experience of offroad or Enduro and that you taken a few spins in your local sand pit.
• You are responsible for rental equipment. You are liable for payment for damages to the motorcycle up to the deductible limit. All damage over and above that is covered by the accidental damage motor vehicle insurance, since you pay only the deductible.
• You are responsible for being in good physical condition.
• You must follow the traffic laws and the leader’s instructions.
• You are responsible for driving according to your own ability.
• You are responsible for booking and paying for the trip to and from Ouarzazate in Morocco, (MCraft will be happy to assist you).
• You must leave a copy of your credit card as a deposit for the motorcycle and equipment in Morocco.
• You have read and accepted the English conditions in Wilderness Wheels.
Important to bring:
• Credit card.
• Airplane ticket t/r Ouarzazate
• Underwear and good socks, preferably polyester or Coolmax material, that breathe well and provide protection between the skin and protective equipment to prevent blisters.
• Casual wear for hotel stay.
• Shoes that take little space, slippers or sandals are just fine.
• A fleece pullover for the evenings.
• Scarf or bandana for dust or cold draughts.
• Preferably waterproof packages for your passport and money.
• A small towel.
• Camelback, or waterbag to carry in your backpack.
• Personal medical supplies, e.g. headache tablets, Band-Aids, salve (Helosan salve is good for almost everything), tablets for diahorrea and other stomach ailments, antibiotics, etc.
• Salt, minerals, "Recovery" effervescent tablets or sport drink concentrate.
• Mosquito repellent, e.g. Mygga spray.
• Salve for insect-bites, e.g. hydrocortisone salve.
• Lip balsam and sunscreen, at least SF 15 but preferably SF 30.
• Sport tape, “Comped" bandages for blisters.
• Energy pills, cookies/bars etc.
• Sun hat.
• Pocket money for soft drinks and souvenirs.
• Your ordinary cell phone will work fine in most parts of Morocco.
Naturally we have a larger first-aid kit for the whole group.