Morocco Adventure Trips For Solo Travel & Group Tours

surf the Atlantic, atv through the Sahara, shop in Marrakech, and watch the sunrise with camels

Desert Dopeness

June 3 - 10 2023

Desert Dopeness

Surf, ATV, Dunes, and Culture

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Distinguished by the blend of Arab, Berber, European and African influences, this North African country is as famous for its fragrant food as its diverse landscapes.

Morocco

Heart of the City

Djemaa El Fna is the ancient square that lies at the heart of Marrakech and acts as a gathering point for locals and tourists alike. Immerse yourself amongst the snake charmers and dancers and sample street food vendors. Then, test your adventurous spirit with snail soup or maybe even a whole sheep head!

Wanderlust & Desert Dust

Spanning nearly a third of the African continent, the Sahara Desert reaches a total of 11 countries - but it's not even considered the largest desert in the world! Say what?! It actually comes in third behind the Arctic and Antarctica - both ice deserts.

Surf's Up

Morocco isn't all desert dunes; it's also 1,200 miles of coastline that runs along the Atlantic Ocean all the way to the Mediterranean Sea. We promise it's just as spectacular and diverse as the countries interior.

Well Seasoned Markets

Rabat is Morocco's capital, but many visitors flock to the country's largest city of Casablanca or the iconic Marrakech. The red walls of the medina, fragrant spices, colorful souks, and historic vistas have become symbolic of Morocco as a whole.

Travel with a Squad

Our Morocco adventure travel is geared toward a group size of 35-45 people. Big enough to be a blast and small enough to actually get to know everybody’s names. The perks of traveling in groups to Morocco with a group this size is the insane experience you get to bond over - from ATV tours around the beaches and desert dunes, to caravans of camels climbing the golden sands at sunrise, to epic desert parties under the most stars you’ve ever seen.

Hop on Party Bus SYB to travel between our two main destinations, the famous Taghazout surfing beach and the Agafay desert outside the cultural center of Marrakesh. 

Surf & Yoga: Our Specialty

Didn’t know Morocco could host wave shredders? We’re here to put you on this groundbreaking information. Taghazout is the surfing capital of Morocco. This fisherman seaside city has a low-key amazing beach that is perfect for beginner and intermediate surf. You can hit the sand running just outside of our hotel, where we'll have our morning surf lessons.

Our days of fitness, surfing, and exploring are long, so we round it off with sunset yoga sessions to bring it all together. From the beaches to the deserts, the cultural, historical, and beautiful backdrop of Morocco will inspire you to deeply connect with yourself. Our environments will change, but our minds will stay grounded.

We doing too much? Nah

We do A LOT. As per every trip, expect morning workouts by some of the best coaches in the industry; we're talking all levels. Simply moving your body is the best way to take on the day. 

After breakfast, we begin our excursions. There will be surf lessons, several ATV rides, camel trekking, cultural tours of Marrakesh, the Yves Saint Laurent gardens, various stops along the way, sunset yoga sessions, big group dinners, and of course, epic themed parties at night! Oh, and one of the most memorable moments of your life - a hot air balloon ride high above the desert with your new best friends you haven't met yet.

And yes, all that and more is included in our group tour adventures throughout the magical land of Morocco. Join us.

HIGHLIGHTS

Sexy Sunrises

Surf Africa

My Humps

Daily Bootcamps

Marrakech Souks

Yoga

Desert Nights

ATV Tours

Crazy Parties

New Friends

Stargazing

Sand Boarding

Casablanca

Hot Air Balloons

YSL Gardens

Beach Runs

Theme Nights

cool stuff people said

TESTIMONIALS

@kaxman

The highlight of the trip was riding out into the Sahara desert and spending time with the Berbers. They brought us in and treated us like their own. They dressed us, introduced us to their cuisine, music, and traditions. They taught me about their strong Jewish lineage. They even offered me a spot on their drum-line. 🥁

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We get so caught up in our daily grind that we forget there’s a whole world out there. Learn and experience how other people live. I promise it will teach you more about yourself than you realize. 🇲🇦

@ tayloralexandra._

Country #34 ✔️


As always this is the highlight reel, but the more I travel and experience different cultures the real highlight is beginning to see more and more similarities among us. While we all approach things differently, we all are really just playing a little part in something so much bigger than ourselves 🌍 (thank you @juliana.jpg for those words❤️). I hope we all can start to look for more of those similarities as we interact with the world and people around us.


Incredible week meeting, connecting, adventuring, caring, exploring and truly just being with people from all walks of life. On to the next adventure ✈️

@francisdolloway

It’s safe to say we all fell in LOVE ❤️ with the Moroccan culture! We danced our hearts out to local music, we watched the sunrise at 4AM while riding camels 🐫, and we rode ATV’s and sand-boarded across the Sahara sand! Unforgettable memories and friendships that will last a lifetime = a SYB success!

@sarza_k

Stepping way outside my comfort zone. From sand surfing to actual surfing!

@msmichellesoares_

Good vibes since day 1, thank you❤️ So blessed to have met all these amazing people! Forever will remember #sybmorocco

@aubreylauryn

I don’t know if any life experience will beat staying up all night in the Sahara desert and then going on a 5AM camel ride to watch the sunrise 🌅🐫 Thankful for the opportunity and even happier about the memories that were made 💕

@betyeg

I am beyond blessed to have experienced the Moroccan culture, sights, and towns with 32 strangers who became friends and then family. Each and every one of you have had an impact on my life that I will never forget. Another big thanks to the SYB crew for making this trip so very special. It's not goodbye, it's see you later.

The Location

Fly into the country's southern Atlantic coast to Agadir Al-Massira International Airport (AGA). Agadir is located in the foothills of the Anti-Atlas Mountains. It is known for its exports of citrus fruit, vegetables, and fresh fish at the country's most vital fishing port. Agadir is also known for being Morocco's best beaches and beautiful warm Atlantic water for swimming & surfing. 

In-land from Agadir is the stunning Marrakech, known for its world-class souks (markets) with unique rugs, leather goods, silverware, pottery and local delicacies found in abundance. Aside from markets and rich cultural histories in Marrakech, the nightlife is to die for - known for mixes of western and Moroccan-inspired music.

The Sahara Desert is the largest in the world; it is home to the famous sand dune fields, which are the highest in the world. This picturesque landscape leads us to the historical beauty of Casablanca. 

Contrary to what we've experienced, Casablanca's French colonial history hosts a stunning mix of European and Moroccan design. Fly home from Mohammed V International Airport (CMN) in Casablanca:(

Our Accomodations

In Agadir, we stay at the stunning Sol House, Taghazout Bay, a four-star hotel on the stunning North Atlantic Ocean's waterfront. 

In Marrakech, the Palm Menara, located in the center of the old medina, is the perfect spot to explore what the city offers. This four-star hotel gives us an ideal Marrakech experience. 

We will stay in the desert at the Dades Gorges and Desert Luxury Camp. Both these unique accommodations will provide us with unique and comfortable stays!

Money in Morocco

The Moroccan dirham (MAD) is the official currency of Morocco. USD and Euros are valid forms of currency in the country.

We suggest bringing $300 to $400 to use at bars and a few of our meals out, but otherwise, we've got you covered! 

ATMs are widely available in Morocco, but we suggest withdrawing money in your home country to avoid international withdrawal fees. 


Fuelling Our Bodies

Moroccan cuisine is a mix of Arab, Mediterranean, sub-Saharan and some European influences, but it primarily aligns with traditional Arab cuisine. 

Morocco is a large producer of fruits such as oranges, grapefruits, lemons, melons, plums, apricots, grapes, figs, and dates, and various vegetables such as potatoes, onions, zucchini, carrots, and pumpkin. 

Spices and ras el hanout are incredibly common in Moroccan cooking, alongside fresh herbs. 

Try tagine, kefta or anything using local spices and herbs for a flavour profile, unlike anything you may have tried!

Let's Talk Water

Drinking water from the tap is generally done by locals, but it is suggested for travellers stick to filtered or tap water to be safe. But don't worry, we will constantly ensure that we have safe drinking water!

Safety in Morocco

Morocco is a safe country for tourists. However, pickpocketing and scammers can be expected. Our accommodations will have safes for us to leave our valuables in, and we suggest leaving all important items in the safe while we are out exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

We suggest reading about cultural differences in Morocco to attempt to respect locals and immerse yourself in local culture.

Fly into the country's southern Atlantic coast to Agadir Al-Massira International Airport (AGA). Agadir is located in the foothills of the Anti-Atlas Mountains. It is known for its exports of citrus fruit, vegetables, and fresh fish at the country's most vital fishing port. Agadir is also known for being Morocco's best beaches and beautiful warm Atlantic water for swimming & surfing. 

In-land from Agadir is the stunning Marrakech, known for its world-class souks (markets) with unique rugs, leather goods, silverware, pottery and local delicacies found in abundance. Aside from markets and rich cultural histories in Marrakech, the nightlife is to die for - known for mixes of western and Moroccan-inspired music.

The Sahara Desert is the largest in the world; it is home to the famous sand dune fields, which are the highest in the world. This picturesque landscape leads us to the historical beauty of Casablanca. 

Contrary to what we've experienced, Casablanca's French colonial history hosts a stunning mix of European and Moroccan design. Fly home from Mohammed V International Airport (CMN) in Casablanca:(

In Agadir, we stay at the stunning Sol House, Taghazout Bay, a four-star hotel on the stunning North Atlantic Ocean's waterfront. 

In Marrakech, the Palm Menara, located in the center of the old medina, is the perfect spot to explore what the city offers. This four-star hotel gives us an ideal Marrakech experience. 

We will stay in the desert at the Dades Gorges and Desert Luxury Camp. Both these unique accommodations will provide us with unique and comfortable stays!

The Moroccan dirham (MAD) is the official currency of Morocco. USD and Euros are valid forms of currency in the country.

We suggest bringing $300 to $400 to use at bars and a few of our meals out, but otherwise, we've got you covered! 

ATMs are widely available in Morocco, but we suggest withdrawing money in your home country to avoid international withdrawal fees. 


Moroccan cuisine is a mix of Arab, Mediterranean, sub-Saharan and some European influences, but it primarily aligns with traditional Arab cuisine. 

Morocco is a large producer of fruits such as oranges, grapefruits, lemons, melons, plums, apricots, grapes, figs, and dates, and various vegetables such as potatoes, onions, zucchini, carrots, and pumpkin. 

Spices and ras el hanout are incredibly common in Moroccan cooking, alongside fresh herbs. 

Try tagine, kefta or anything using local spices and herbs for a flavour profile, unlike anything you may have tried!

Drinking water from the tap is generally done by locals, but it is suggested for travellers stick to filtered or tap water to be safe. But don't worry, we will constantly ensure that we have safe drinking water!

Morocco is a safe country for tourists. However, pickpocketing and scammers can be expected. Our accommodations will have safes for us to leave our valuables in, and we suggest leaving all important items in the safe while we are out exploring - but maybe keep your Yeezys and nice jewelry at home!

We suggest reading about cultural differences in Morocco to attempt to respect locals and immerse yourself in local culture.

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