This book is for anyone thinking about taking a motorhome trip to Morocco, on a budget!
We travelled to Morocco as part of a longer tour around Europe. Our trip took us over the Rif, Middle and High Atlas mountains, into the Todra and Dades gorges, to the edge of the Sharaha close to the Algerian border and to the great cities of Fez and Marrakech. The whole adventure was done in a 1993 Hymer motorhome with over 160,000 km on the clock.
Travelling independently gave us the freedom to move around as we wished, tested our adventurous spirit, and also gave us the opportunity to interact with Moroccans as individuals and not as part of a larger group. While travelling we found a large number of French travellers, but very few British, which is perhaps down to the lack of English language books available, so when we returned from our trip, we put together this guide describing our experiences and summarising our research. It gives details of the practicalities of getting into, around and out of Morocco in a motorhome and is written entirely in English from the perspective of a British motorhome traveller.
What readers have said about OurTour guide to Motorhome Morocco. “We’ve found it very useful. Like sitting down for an hour or two with someone who’s just got back... invaluable.” - David and Alison of Cornwall.
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