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  • Self drive tours of Morocco

Morocco is close to Europe, French and English are widely spoken, and its roads are both well kept and well marked. For all these reasons and more, going on a self-drive tour through Morocco is a fantastic way to visit the country! This type of holiday allows you to explore independently and with total freedom. You have many kinds of vehicles to choose from, from simple saloon cars (sedans) to an all terrain 4WD. Every self-drive tour we offer can be tailored to your requests. Changing accommodations, modifying the itinerary, making it longer...the choice is yours! From the oases of the Great South to the Kasbahs of the Atlas or the imperial cities, our itineraries allow you to discover Morocco independently!

Self-drive tours on our site are mostly presented with a length of eight days but they can be shortened or lengthened depending on your needs. They more than anything else an illustration of our know how and we can build one from scratch following your specifications.


Consult our selection of Self-Drive Tours in Morocco:
Southern Loop Tour

Southern Loop Tour

8 days to discover Marrakech, Ouarzazate and the Moroccan Sahara

Morocco Beach...

Morocco Beach Hopping

6 days to discover the most beautiful beaches of the Atlantic Coast

Marrakech to...

Marrakech to Essaouira

5 days to taste the charms of Marrakech and Essaouira

Southern Coast &...

Southern Coast & Atlas

8 days across the Atlantic coast and in the Atlas in charming establishments

Morocco 4WD tour

Morocco 4WD tour

6 days to drive the trails of Southern Morocco. Mountains and deserts.

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Here is a glimpse of 5 popular Moroccan itineraries to inspire you for your Moroccan self-drive tour:

Self-Drive Tour of the Imperial Cities


In just over a week, you can discover the incredible cities of Marrakech, Casablanca, Rabat, Meknes and Fes! Their palaces and medinas, museums and souks are unlike anythign you've seen before. This itinerary is a Moroccan travel classic! You can do it on your own, but, so that you don't miss anything during your visitits of Fes, Meknes or Marrakech, we can put you in touch with a friendly local guide.

Beach Hopping on the Atlantic Coast


This self-drive tour starting in Casablanca will bring you to Morocco's most beautiful beaches and fortified port cities. Over more than 300 km, fishing villages, small coves, and vast powder sand expanses alternate along the coast. Azemmour, El Jedida, Oualidia, Essaouira...many magnificent and historical places to stop along the way...Great for hikinh in the winter and swimming in the summer!

Self-Drive Tour through the Atlas


The Atlas Mountains are a magnificent barrier between the Atlantic Ocean and the Sahara desert. This self-drive tour will take you to the heart of the mountain range, to the village of Imlil at the foot of Mount Toubkal. Then you'll cross them on the impressive Tizi n't Test mountain pass that take you to Taroudant. Finally, take a detour to charming Ouarzazate before returning to Marrakech on the stunning Tizi n’ Tichka mountain route. This impressive pass of nearly 2300 metres is sure to take your breath away. This trip in the mountains of Morocco, from snow-capped peaks, red earthen expances, kasbahs and villages clinging to rockfaces is full of incredible contrasts!

Drive through Southern Morocco


Discover all of Southern Morocco's most beautiful sites with an itinerary that crosses the Atlas and incorporates the Dades, Tafilalet and Draa Valleys! We will find accommodation to suit your tastes and budget, for a perfect desert experience. What are you waiting for to have your first taste of the Sahara?

Self Drive Tour in the Sahara


Staying in a bivouac in the Sahara is a truly unforgettable experience. You'll spend a few days living like the touareg nomades, the blue men of the desert. On the caravan routes, discover the Draa Valleys numerous Berber campsites, as well as those of the Chebbi Erg!

Driving in Morocco


You wish to go on a 4WD self-drive tour and are wondering if driving in Morocco is challenging? No worries, as long as you follow a few simple ground rules, there's nothing difficult about it. Travelling independently and at your own pace will allow you to make the most of Morocco and its incredible landscapes!

  • Most importantly, drive slowly and pay attention to the speed limits as they are not always well indicated.
  • At traffic lights, know that you must stop at a blinking green light, this will avoid a long chat with the police...
  • If you are at an intersection without a stop sign or light, the car on the right always has the right of way.
  • Be very careful when it comes to roundabouts unless otherwise indicated, cars already in the roundabout have the right of way.
  • In general try to avoid driving at night, expecially on small interior roads. In cities, after midnight, the lights all turn blinking yellow, right of way to the right!
  • Stay attentive and try to predict the manouevres of other drivers to avoid any close encounters. Don't let yourself get frustrated by the precarious driving or people cutting you off...Just breathe, it is the Moroccan way...

Renting a Car in Morocco


It is east to rent a car in Morocco. The conditions are quite simple: - A credit card for a deposit
- A driver's licence held for at least two years
- A minimum age of 21

You do not need a 4WD vehicle to drive in Morocco. For the most part, the roads are in excellent condition and you can even drive around the outskirts of the Sahara in a 2WD vehicle. If you want to drive the trails of the Atlas and Sahara, you will however need a 4WD. It will also allow you to access our charming campsites near Skoura and Tazzarine.