Half Day Quad Biking

Half Day Quad Biking in the Surrounding Desert of Marrakech

You can enjoy exploring the spectacular desert in Marrakech on a guided half day quad biking tour. The tour will entail visits to the palm grove allowing you take in breathtaking sights of the rock desert on your way to enjoying the quad biking expedition. You will get the rare chance of enjoying tea in a conventional Berber village. The trip will take you to the Moroccan desert where you will enjoy quad biking on its rugged terrain.

You will be picked from your riad or hotel in Marrakech to go and enjoy the tranquility of the virgin desert, which has remained a hidden gem for many centuries. The journey will give you the chance to enjoy great sceneries featuring the rock desert, dry rivers, mountains and wild palm groves.

You will also get the once in a lifetime chance to enjoy visiting authentic Berber villages where the locals still live in the same way that their forefathers prescribed about 200 years ago. You have the option of stopping into one of these traditional houses to sample their scrumptious mint tea and the best of Berber hospitality.

On the desert trail, you will enjoy off-road rides through a difficult landscape. Your Quad will come with all the necessary equipment like a helmet and goggles. Half day quad biking is a fun-filled family activity for all members including kids who are above 6 years old.

Good to know

Operates Departure Point Departure Time Return Details
Daily Your Hotel, Riad or a meeting point 9 a.m or 2 p.m Drop off near your Hotel

 

What is included in the tour price?

Inclusions Exclusions
  • Transport from and back to your Hotel
  • Quad Biking for around 2h
  • Meals, Drinks & Water
  • Tips

 

Other information

Minimum age is 14 years
Not recommended for participants with back problems
Not recommended for participants with heart complaints or other serious medical conditions
Not recommended for pregnant women

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