Photo: quad bike riding in the Sahara desert

Off-Road Motorbike and 4x4 Holidays in Spain and Morocco
Off Road Destinations organise off road motorbike and 4x4 holidays and weekend breaks. Run by a team of dedicated enduro and trail riding enthusiasts, Off Road Destinations provide everything you need so you can enjoy the ultimate off road riding experience.

Enduro Adventure Itinerary

The Enduro Adventure Itinerary is designed for riders with good experience riding off-road and wanting to cover an average of about 200km per day at a steady pace. Full days moving across different landscapes, with some nights camping.

Day 1 – Saturday
Arrive at hotel...
Introductions and brief safety talk

Day 2 - Sunday
150-200km route in and around the Erg Chebbi dunes to get to know the vehicles and re-familiarise riders with the variety of different terrains they will be facing in the coming week’s tour. Lunch-time stop at the Meski Oasis.

Day 3 - Monday
175-200km route along stoney and sandy pistes towards Zagora, travelling along the border with Algeria in places, where the group will pass several military outposts, hill forts and Berber villages and encampments. The group will need to cross several chotts, (dried river bed or lake) and there is a 10km meteor crater to cross also. The scenery is spectacular and the group will stop to camp that night.

Day 4 - Tuesday
150-200km route from night camp leaving early to make good time so the group can spend the afternoon relaxing by the pool at the hotel in Zagora. The pistes are fast taking the group through the only col (pass), a gateway from the Sahara to the lush oasis of the Draa valley. Zagora is the last major town before crossing the desert to Mauritania.

Day 5 - Wednesday
200km route from Zagora to Mhamid crossing the dunes at Iriki. Navigation is key to avoid the softer sections of sand as the dunes are constantly shifting. The final 10km is a dusty chott that leads into the palm groves of Mhamid where the group will make camp. This is a long and demanding day and depending on progress of the group there is a chance of making camp in the dark.

Day 6 – Thursday
There are 2 routes from night camp to stay in the evening with Berber tribesmen in their tents depending on how riders are faring. A 175km easier southern route or a 250km route heading north back through the pass from the Sahara to Zagora. The first 100km of the northern route is along rugged mountain tracks and passes, later leading to sandy pistes. If the northern route is taken, it will be an early start and another tough day’s riding.

Day 7 – Friday
175km route back to Merzouga that should ensure an early arrival at the hotel to relax by the pool or do some shopping. Mostly fast sandy pistes with a large chott to cross, covering some of the same sections as day 2.

Day 8 – Saturday
Departure from hotel...

Photo: quad riding on desert sand dunes at sunset

Photo: motorbike at the roadside in the Atlas Mountains

Photo: stunning desert scenery