Four-Wheel Off-Road Driving

4x4 Off-Road Vehicles

Youssef and his family operate a fleet of well-maintained 4x4 Jeeps for off-road adventures. Whether you are travelling alone, in pairs, or in small groups, you will travel in comfort and convenience with reliable, safe drivers. For larger groups, several vehicles can be made available.

Travel as you wish, stopping as desired for tea or photos.

4x4 Off-Road Vehicles

Personalized Trips Guaranteed

Travelling by 4x4 off-road vehicles means being able to get far away from the main roads. Beyond the hustle and bustle of the cities you can discover and explore remote villages and unspoiled nature areas. Personalized 4x4 tours can be organized to include even the highest dunes in Morocco near Merzouga.

Travelling by 4x4 off-road vehicles

Day Tours in the Surroundings of Marrakesh

Day Trip to the Ourika Valley

In the south of Marrakesch there ist the valley of Ourika. At about 9.00 a.m. you will be picked up to a ride over the runway in direction to Ourika. You will pass villages of the Morocco's natives, in between of streams und hills you will reach Tatza. This place gives you the opportunity to visit a museum which is located in a restored Kasbah, where you discover and learn more about the daily-needed objects and items of the Berber people.

Back on the official road you will reach the Cascades de Seti Fatma (waterfalls). By request we easily organize a local guide, to take a little walk with you. At the riverside of the Ourika-River you will enjoy lunchtime at a typical Berber's restaurant. Coming back you will have the chance to let the afternoon pass by calm and slowly in the Plameraie de Marrakesh.

Day Trip to Essaouira

At 8 a.m. we will leave the hotel in Marrakesh by car. We will lead you towards west near by the coast through typical Moroccan villages, then villages inspired by building-style of the Berber and in the end we will reach de region of the argan trees. By the way the argan tree only grows in the southwest of Morocco. Our next destination is the city called Essaouira. Essaouira, which was called earlier Mogador, is a pituresque city near by the sea where the trade wind produces a very comfortable climate. „Medina“, since 2001 part of the world cultural heritage of UNESCO, is perfect to a take walk. Come and discover Medinas market where a lot of small shops sell arts and crafts. We will come back to Marrakesch at about 7 p.m.

Day Trip tot he Cascades d’Ouzoud

From Marrakesh to the north west we will go and have a look at the impressive waterfalls of Ouzoud, they are about 100 meters high. On journey you will come across some apes, which live in the rock faces of the mountains called Atlas.

After reaching the waterfalls, there is a path between bosks of olives to the ground of the magnifique spectacle of water with colours and light. On the end of another path you will find yourself on the hill, where the huge quantity of water ruhshes in the depth. Enjoy now lunchtime where ever you want, depending on the season, it is possible to take a little refreshing bath in this pituresque surrounding area. We take a ride back to Marrakesh in the late afternoon.

Day Trip to Telouet and  Ait Ben Haddou

Departure from Marrakesh at 7 a.m. You cross the high Atlas mountains over the Tiz’n'Tichka pass (2260 meter level). After having passed between nature's fantastic juniper tree, the ride leads you to the Kasbah of Telouet, the highest situated Kasbah of Morocco. With a local guide you can visit the palace of the pasha Glaoui. Afterwards there is a 45 kilometer long road through the valley of Ouanila, one of the mountain Atlas most beautiful valleys. Passing pictorally villages of the Berbers you will arrive at the Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou, another world cultural heritage of UNESCO. After lunchtime you will visit the Kasbah, which has been chosen as the scenery for numerous famous films. During the following time the driveway leads us back towards Marrakesh, a varied ride passing villages on one hand and impressive rocks on the other hand. We will reach our destination Marrakesch at about 7 p.m.

Tour over the High Atlas and Morocco's South

Day 1: Marrakesh – High Atlas - Ait Ben Haddou – Ouarzazate - Drâa Valley – Zagora

Leaving Marrakesh you follow one oft he most beautiful route over the High Atlas via the Tizi N’Tichka pass (2260 meters). Travelling through typical  Moroccan villages built of fired-clay brick buildings. On the way down to Ouarzazate, rock formations in all colours are lightening in the unique kind of Moroccan sunshine. Visit oft the impressive casbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Movies like „Lawrence of Arabia“ were filmed here. Leaving Ouarzazate admire the wonderful view over the 220 kilometres long date oasis of Drâa Valley. Arriving at Zagora you reach the camp on the camels back for spending the night under thousands of stars peacefuly, refreshed by a sumptuous diner.

Day 2: Zagora – Drâa Valley – Agdez _ Ouarzazate – Marrakesh

After enjoying the sunrise and a rich Berber breakfast, again on the camels back you reach Zagora and your 4x4 jeep driver. The way takes you back to Ouarzazte, over the High Atlas again, typical Moroccan tea ceremony in a Berber village and lunch at the summit of Tizi N’Tichka with a beautiful view over the valley and the montains of High Atlas. During the journey, there is a opportunity to visit one oft he numerous argan oil cooperatives before reaching the lovely „Berber States“ in the late afternoon.

Tour through the Valley of Roses and Morocco’s Grand Canyon

Day 1: Ouarzazate – Valley of Roses – Dadès Gorge – Todra Gorge

The tour kicks off in the movie city Ouarzazate and travels through palm groves, casbahs, the Dadès Gorge and along the foothills of the eastern side of the Atlas Mountains. The Dadès Gorge and the impressive “Grand Canyon” of Morocco are reached through the perfumed Valley of Roses, which was started in the 10th century by pilgrims from Mecca. In the afternoon, continue on to the Todra Gorge where you can spend the night in a hotel.

Day 2: Todra Gorge – Erfoud Oasis – Merzouga – Erg Chebbi Dunes

In the morning, depart for Merzouga via the Valley of Zis and the palm groves of Tafilalet. At mid-day, you will reach the Erfoud Oasis where the Date Festival is held every October. After lunch, continue on to Merzouga where we can take dromedaries out onto the Erg Chebbi dunes to watch the sunset. Sleep in traditional nomad tents under a starry sky with a view of the impressive sand dunes.

Day 3: Erg Chebbi – Rissani – Drâa Valley – Ouarzazate

Depart in the morning for Rissani, the birthplace of the Alaouite Dynasty. The journey will take you past the imposing Jebel Bougafer mountain, through the Drâa Valley and arriving in Ouarzazate again in the afternoon.

Tour: The Gates of the Sahara

Day 1: Marrakesh – Zagora

The tour starts with a drive from Marrakesh via the High Atlas toward Ouarzazate. Along the way, visit the impressive casbah Ait Ben Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After lunch, visit the “Movie City” in Ourzazate where “Lawrence of Arabia” and other movies were filmed. Continuing on to Zagora, stop in Agdz and admire the wonderful view over the kilometre long date oasis of the Drâa Valley. Arrive in Zagora in the evening, after passing through villages and pristine nature areas off the main highway.

Day 2: Zagora – Erg Chigaga Desert

In the morning, journey to Tamgroute where you will visit a historic Quran library and get to observe the traditional pottery methods of the region. Afterward, a trip to the Wadi Draa, site of the oasis village M’hamid and the “desert gate” to the Sahara. At sunset, visit the imposing sand dunes of Erg Chigaga and after being pampered and refreshed by a sumptuous dinner, spend the night in a tent under the stars.

Day 3: Erg Chigaga – Ouarzazate

After enjoying the sunrise from the dunes, your journey will take you in the direction of Foum Zguid to the dried out Lake Iriki. Along the way, enjoy a picnic under acacia trees before continuing the journey to Ourzazate via Tazenakht.

Day 4: Ouarzazate – Marrakesh

In the morning, depart for Marrakesh via the High Atlas, travelling through typical Moroccan villages built of fired-clay brick buildings. During the journey, there is an opportunity to visit one of the numerous argan oil cooperatives before reaching the lively “Berber States” in the late afternoon.

Round Trip: Imperial Cities and Desert Magic

Day 1: Airport Transfer in Casablanca

Choosing Casablanca as your starting point, upon arrival visit the Hassan II Mosque, the third largest mosque in the Muslim world.

Day 2: Casablanca – Rabat – Fes

In the morning, drive 70km on the highway to the capital Rabat and visit the many ancient archaeological attractions there. Continue in the afternoon to Fes, one of the oldest imperial cities, and spend the night in a picturesque Moroccan “riad” (house with interior garden).

Day 3: Fes

A local guide who speaks your language will meet you in the morning and guide you through the medina (old city) past ancient monuments from the 12th century. You will also see how leather is processed and tanned using traditional methods. In the afternoon, explore on your own, or spend the day as you wish. Accomodations are pre-arranged for the stay in Fes.

Day 4: Fes – Erg Chebbi Desert

A day of travel marked by landscapes and culture. You will reach the village of Merzouga by the afternoon and in the evening take a camel tour to the highest sand dunes in Morocco, the Erg Chebbi. Enjoy the sunset and then retire for the night in a bivouac of comfortably furnished Berber tents.

Day 5: Merzouga – Dades Valley

Rise with the sun and return to Merzouga where you can expect a shower and a hearty breakfast. Later that day, visit a local market in Rissani before continuing through the Dades Valley. Passing numerous casbahs, take a detour to Erfoud where the annual Date Festival takes place in October. Later that night, travel back to the Dades Valley.

Day 6: Dades Valley – Marrakesh

Through the Valley of Roses, where thousands of roses bloom in the summer, we will drive along the “Street of a Thousand Casbahs” which is known for the palaces of many princes and located near the villages. In the “movie city” of Ouarzazte, the journey leads us to another UNESCO World Heritage site, the impressive casbah Ait Ben Haddou where we might enjoy a guided tour. In the afternoon, return to Marrakesh via the Tizi N’Tichka pass (2260 meters) of the High Atlas Mountains and past numerous picturesque Berber villages. Along the way, visit an argan oil cooperative before spending the night in a beautiful “riad“ in the medina (old city) of Marrakesh.

Day 7: Marrakesh

This day offers you the chance to immerse yourself into the hustle and bustle of the Berber city. In the morning you will have a guide to tell you about the many attractions of the country and its people. The afternoon is free for a visit to the souk and the Jemaa el-Fnaa market square.

Day 8: Marrakesch – Casablanca

Transfer to Casablanca Mohammed V Airport.


The base price for the rental of a 4x4 off-roader with a driver for maximum 4 persons is 150 Euro per day (including petrol).

For multi-day tours with overnight accommodation, the prices will vary depending on the number of people and the number of days.