We invite you to explore Morocco in a new way: with its dune-shaped hills and its exceptional views of the Atlas Mountains, Agafay desert is the new popular adventurers destination in Marrakech region.
Explore the magical Agafay with our team in this 2 hours Quad bike ride experience. A unique adventure that will undoubtedly be one of the highlights of your holiday in Marrakech.
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Feel free to personalize this offer.
At your hotel
After meeting you at your accommodation or in an agreed meeting point and be driven in a c, your driver will take you to the start point of your experience. Along the road, admire the beautiful harmonious nature before arriving at Lalla Takerkoust, located 32 km from Marrakech where the guide is waiting to welcoming you.
After a full briefing on the safe use of quads, receive your equipment and begin your lifetime adventure in the direction of the stoney desert of Agafay passing by its high hills and dry rivers
After the romantic sunset time and after the Moroccan mint tea, ride your quads back to Lalla Takerkoust where the driver is waiting to take you back to your hotel in Marrakech
On your request
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Quad bikes and equipments
- Mint tea
- The itinerary, the departure and the return time are subjects to change depending on the season, sunset time and the daylight
- Try please to text us on whatsapp to agree about a meeting point if it's needed (after purchasing the tour, you will get a voucher with our details and phone number)
- You can request us to tailor-made this tour and we will create the best plan for you, according to your preferences.
- A Quad per person with possibility to double if it's needed.
- Children under the age of 17 are recommended to ride in a quad biking with adult.
- No driving license is required and Quad bikes are entirely automated.
- There will be a profetional guide who will take care of you and lead the way.
- For your safety, follow your guide restrictions please.
- This experience is not suitable for pregnant women.
It's cold in winter and warm in summer
Between 1,5h to 2 hours
It's depending on the period of time that you select to do the experience
After purchasing the tour, there will be no more extra charge except if you which to extend the riding duration
It's one person per a Quad with possibility of doubling if it's needed
You don't have to worry about that, our professional guides will be there for you to give you instructions on how to drive the Quad bike
Riding an ATV is a great way to start in powersports and experience the thrill of blazing down a trail or ripping a track while feeling supported on four-wheels.
But don't be fooled, it's easy to underestimate the power and response of a quad and whether you're starting out on a 2-stroke or 4-stroke ATV take the same ginger steps you would when getting behind the wheel of a car for the first time and heed some advice.
1- Wear Gear:
Not exactly a "technique" but an ATV is a recreational vehicle so wear the appropriate gear. That means boots, gloves, helmet and goggles. It won't take too long to find your bearings so pushing the envelope comes naturally and you'll want to be ready.
2 - Watch Your Feet:
Don't let your feet hang to the side. Step on the foot pegs but most preferably use nerf bars and heel guards. It feels natural to let your feet dangle free but it's easy to get them caught on the spinning back tires. You won't find much viable traction on the pegs which is why most ATV owners install the nerf bars, especially those who race.
3 - No Wheelies:
Forget about wheelies for now. For whatever reason the beginner ATV rider wants to perform a wheelie which almost always results in disaster. OK, so like the underage college student who drinks, we know eventually you'll test the limits. So, don't stand on the seat or grab bar when attempting this maneuver. Otherwise expect to land flat on your back and possibly underneath your quad.
Practice the Clutch and Shifting
Just like you practiced the stick shift in a car (assuming you learned to drive a manual transmission) practice using the clutch and shifting before taking it to the next level. A smooth ride equals an enjoyable ride so figuring out how to effectively change gears means coming back for more.
4 - Practice the Brakes:
Most people generally equate ATV riding with a fast, exhilarating experience. It's all true. But in order to go faster you have to go slower. Learn how to use the brakes and incorporate them into traction control and cornering. And of course, how to stop.
5- Ready the Levers:
You have a clutch lever on the left side of the handlebars and a brake lever on the right side. Keep one or two fingers around them ready to press at a given moment.
6 - Steering:
If you ride dirt bikes or a bicycle you'll notice the handlebars resemble what's installed on an ATV. But the steering is completely different. On 2-wheels you lean over for cornering on an ATV it's more like a car but of course you need to compensate for the size to prevent the quad from tipping. Hard cornering requires you to lean on the opposite side of momentum. So if you're turning right you'll feel pushed to the left so you'll want to lean right. ATV motocross riders practically hang off the side of their machine when making sharp turns.
7 - Stand Up:
If you're in for a lazy stroll down a trail then enjoy the moment and take a seat. But if you're tackling a track or having high-speed fun along a trail you need to stand-up. It's easier, reduces fatigue and makes for a better ride. Hover just above the seat, with your elbows out and knees bent. This is called the "attack position" and allows the ATV to move freely underneath you. Giving up some control to your quad is an important part to riding.
8 - Don't Lock Your Elbows:
Don't ever lock your elbows. It gives you less control and really hurts when hitting a bump or other obstacle.
9 - Throttle:
The gas pedal on an ATV is actually a thumb throttle that you press. Push in move forward, release and cut off the fuel supply. When using for the first time, press in slowly! It's easy to jump aboard and jamb your thumb into the lever to start the action. But just like all those YouTube videos of beginners on a dirt bike who roll the throttle to hilarious and sometimes injurious results, the same applies to an ATV.
Some of these riding techniques take time getting used to and remembering. Develop a habit of grabbing the handlebars and draping your fingers over the clutch and brake levers, every time. Then start slow and build your comfort level by increasing speed and terrain complexity while shifting and working the brake and thumb throttle. Ride with an experienced friend or family member who can coach from behind.