MOROCCO TRAVEL DOCUMENTARY | The Grand Moroccan Roadtrip

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Follow us on our Grand Moroccan Roadtrip!
From sweeping sand dunes to desolate highways of emptiness, bustling cities, and snow-covered peaks, we explored Morocco from north to south and east to west. Driving more than 10,000 km in eight weeks, our roadtrip included many unforgettable adventures. Watch as we explore remote landscapes, climb high peaks, battle breath-taking dust-topias (double pun, yeah!), and navigate the hectic bustle of Morocco’s major cities.

Thank you:
A big THANK YOU goes to Saloua Dabhi who helped tremendously with pronouncing Moroccan names. Additionally, we’d like to thank Christina Neumann ( for her insights into correctly identifying many bird species. And, of course, a big thank you to La Sultana ( for welcoming us to both of their wonderful properties.

Key Stats:
Duration of trip: 53 days
Distance driven: 10,431 km
Litres of Diesel: ca. 1453,16 l
Fuel consumption: 13,9 l
Time of year: January-March
Total cost: Roughly 6800 Euro (Fuel 2000 Euro, Ferries Genua-Tanger Med 2480 Euro, Activities 230 Euro, Tolls, Taxi & Parking 50 Euro, Mobile Internet 58 Euro, Accommodation 310 Euro (excluding stay at La Sultana), Food & Drink ca. 1600 Euro)
Vehicle: WorldCruiser 2 by Tom‘s Fahrzeugtechnik -
Accommodation: La Sultana Oualidia & La Sultana Marrakech -

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Real Talk:
Despite our attempt at keeping our Morocco Travel Documentary as authentic as possible, you are still watching a highlight reel. When editing, we naturally tend to choose the most exciting videos. What you don’t see are the hours spent driving through less spectacular landscapes or some of the unpleasant challenges we faced.

Did we like everything about Morocco?
Far from it. As mentioned in the video, the huge amount of trash definitely dampened our experience. Additionally, we were surprised by the sheer number of begging children. During our trip, we counted a minimum of 500 children asking us for money or sweets. While Morocco undoubtedly has to combat poverty, this behavior often seemed less dictated by need and more by opportunity. Stopping and giving is an individual choice, of course, but when we didn’t we were regularly flipped off, kicked after, or hurled insults at.
In general, though, we perceived most Moroccans as extremely friendly and helpful. The best example is the three local men who selflessly helped us to change our ruptured tire. We cannot thank them enough.

Full Disclosure:
This trip was entirely self-funded. However, we did enjoy a two-night complimentary stay at La Sultana Oualidia and a two-night complimentary stay at La Sultana Marrakech.

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00:00 Intro
01:19 Arrival
01:30 Chefchaouen
02:45 Talassemtane National Park
04:12 Mediterranean Coastline
06:40 Into the Sahara Desert
08:20 Seclusion of the desert
10:24 Towards Iche
11:20 No Drones allowed
11:52 Desert Cauliflower
12:25 Figuig
13:34 Snow in the desert
14:35 The importance of water
15:16 Rheris Gorge
16:20 Khettara aka Foggara
17:17 Gara Medouar
18:00 Erg Chebbi
24:06 Taouz to M'hamid
24:38 Lost City
25:39 Arabian Camels
27:30 Taouz to M'hamid
29:25 Erg Lehoudi
30:40 Erg Zaher
33:00 Dust-Topia
33:55 Erg Chegaga
35:58 Donkeys
37:05 Rock formations near Foum-Zguid
38:01 Cleaning the air filter
38:35 Rock Carvings of Aït Ouazik
39:46 Jbel Saghro
41:40 Barbary Ground Squirrels
41:58 Todgha Gorge
42:30 Akhiamm Rock Arch
43:03 Dadès Gorge
44:12 Valley of Roses
45:22 Rammed earth architecture
45:50 Desert rain
46:33 Western Sahara
48:33 Dhakla
48:54 Border to Mauritania
50:05 Assalama Shipwreck
50:31 Khenfiss National Park
51:46 Ksar Tafnidilt
52:18 Plage Blanche 4x4 Trail
57:54 Argan Tree
58:25 Amtoudi
58:57 Anti-Atlas
59:24 Painted Rocks of Tafraout
01:00:24 Souss-Massa National Park
01:01:37 Essaouria
01:03:10 La Sultana Oualidia
01:05:26 Hammam Treatment
01:06:00 Lagoon of Oualidia
01:06:48 Marrakesh
01:07:30 Djemaa el Fna
01:09:10 Bahia Palace
01:09:42 La Sultana Marrakesh
01:11:13 Saadian Tombs
01:11:42 Storks
01:12:26 Climbing Mount Toubkal
01:16:55 Tizi'n'Test Mountain Pass & High Atlas
01:18:19 Aït-Ben-Haddou
01:19:28 Ouzoud Falls
01:20:00 Aguelmam Azegza National Park
01:20:17 Morocco's Trash Problem
01:20:51 Barbary Macaques
01:22:03 Fès
01:22:27 Tanneries of Fès
01:25:12 Volubulis
01:26:43 Rabat
01:28:07 Outro

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