Embark on a two-wheeled adventure through Morocco’s mountains, deserts and ancient cities.
If the thought of a holiday where you can ride a bike and a camel in the desert gives you a buzz, consider Intrepid Travel’s 14-day Cycle Morocco.
There’s a $455 saving on this September 23 trip, which is now priced at $1365 per person twin share.
It’s a “two-wheeled adventure through Morocco’s mountains, deserts and ancient cities”.
“On this trip, travellers will ride both bikes and camels in the Sahara to a starlit nomad camp, cycle through the landscapes that shaped Moroccan history and formed backdrops for Bond and Game of Thrones and explore the chaotic mother of all medieval medinas in Fes," Intrepid says.
"To wind down from this adventure trip, travellers will visit the famous blue and white town of Chefchaouen.”
Some meals, accommodation and transport are included.
- For details visit intrepidtravel.com/au or call 1300 315 524.
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