The quality of accommodations on our bike tours varies from very basic mountain huts (“Gite”), bivouacs under tents, character guest houses and luxury hotels and lodges.
In remote valleys, we mainly camp or stay in “Gites”. A “Gite” is a basic, local house occupied by Berbers. Staying in a “Gite”, a Berber family will provide us with 1 or 2 rooms for sleeping and a hot shower. This is quite an experience to get to see how life operates in these small, tight knit communities.
While camping, all equipment including good igloo tents and mattresses are provided. Note, please bring your own sleeping bag!
We can assure you that the food you’ll be eating on the trip is good and varied! Moroccans love food! But, only good quality food. We grow delicious fruits and vegetables in Morocco and spend many hours with families and friends over food.
Our chefs will prepare delicious local meals like tagine and couscous. And, of course, there will be plenty of our famous mint tea (its nickname is ‘Moroccan Whiskey’) to sip without moderation!
We also recommend bringing a box of energy bars with you (very helpful before tough climbs!).
Please let us know when you book if you have any special dietary requirements.
For our Luxury Tours, we design the biking tours with the best hotels and restaurants in the area to offer high-end bikes, top-notch amenities, cuisine and service.