Quad Biking Tours and Excursions In Essaouira
If you’re an adventure seeker looking for an exciting experience, the Essaouira quad biking ATV tour is perfect for you. You’ll get to explore the beautiful surroundings of Essaouira.
The one-hour ATV tour begins at Marocknroll Tours and takes you toward the beach and the small dunes. The tour ends at the freshwater springs where you can see animals drinking. The return journey takes you through a winding track amidst the mimosa and eucalyptus forest.
Whether you’re traveling alone, in pairs, or in a group, Marocknroll Tours offers a unique quad biking experience in the heart of wild and preserved landscapes in Essaouira.
The quad bike excursions ATV offered by Marocknroll Tours are all about discovering nature and respecting animals, plants, dunes, and the people you meet along the way.
Essaouira ATV Tour Program
Marocknroll Tours provides a free shuttle service to pick you up from designated collection points such as Moulay Hassan Square, Bab Marrakech, and Bab Doukkala. You can also choose a different pick-up point within the city. If you have your own vehicle, reaching Marocknroll Tours is easy, as it’s only 3 km from the city center. They’ll send you a map and GPS point via email, and you can park in their private parking.
Upon arrival, you’ll be welcomed by the friendly staff at Marocknroll Tours, who will provide safety instructions regarding the quads. You’ll also fill out the rental contract and meet your instructor, who will help you choose the right helmet size.
After a brief driving test, you’ll start your adventure towards the beach, along the Kassob River. You’ll get to visit the Palace of Sultan Moulay Abdallah and then continue towards the dunes. It’s important to follow the tracks of your responsible guide.
As you head south, you’ll have the opportunity to come across a small fishing village and the freshwater springs where semi-freed animals go to drink.
You can leave the beach for a short while and follow a small road that runs along the dunes on one side and the mimosa and eucalyptus forest on the other. You’ll eventually reach the northern beach, where you can admire the Portuguese Castle and get a close-up view of Mogador Island with its mosque and old prison.