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Magic of Morocco

11 Days/10 Nights

DISCOVER. ACCESSIBLE. MOROCCO.

Magic of Morocco Tour

11 Days/10 Nights

 

Experience the majesty of the Maghreb as you travel from the coast to the desert on this accessible 11 day tour through the heart of Morocco.

INCLUDED WITH ALL OF

OUR ACCESSIBLE JOURNEYS

 

  •  Accessible Accommodations
  •  Accessible Transportation (Mercedes Vito or similar with a side Roll-a-Ramp*)
  •  Half Board (Dinners and Breakfasts)
  •  Professional, English Speaking Driver and Local Guides
  •  Entrance Fees to Historical Sites
  •  Portage Tips for Bags
  •  All Taxes Included
  •  Private Tour Experience
  •  24/7 In-Country Support 

Magic of Morocco Tour Overview 

 

Aptly named, this tour truly allows you to experience the magic that Morocco has to offer. From the historical imperial cities to the majestic Sahara Desert, this tour is our most popular circuit. It is well balanced and truly offers a diverse mix of experiences while still maintaining accessibility.  From start to finish, this tour will provide you with fantastic memories that last a lifetime!

Itinerary Quickview

 

DAY 1:  ARRIVAL/CASABLANCA

DAY 2:  RABAT & FES

DAY 3:  MEKNES, VOLUBILIS & FES | VOLUBILIS GUIDED TOUR

DAY 4:  FES | FES MEDINA TOUR

DAY 5:  SAHARA | ADAPTED CAMEL SADDLE

DAY 6:  BOUMALNE DADES | TODRA GORGE

DAY 7:  OUARZAZATE

DAY 8:  MARRAKECH | AIT BEN HADDOU

DAY 9:  MARRAKECH | MARRAKECH MEDINA TOUR

DAY 10:  CASABLANCA | HASSAN II MOSQUE TOUR

DAY 11:  CASABLANCA/DEPARTURE

Your Tour Route 

What You Will Experience On The Magic of Morocco 

Magic of Morocco Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: ARRIVAL IN CASABLANCA

Upon arrival at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport, you will be welcomed and transferred by your private accessible transport driver to your hotel where you will be given time to settle in to get ready for your Moroccan adventure!

Meals: Dinner Included; Dinner at the Hotel/Riad

Accessibility Notes: Casablanca, as a more modern and international city, is fairly flat and accessible.  Since you will have private, accessible transport, any lack of accessible taxis and other public transportation will not be a problem!

 

DAY 2: RABAT & FES

From Casablanca, you’ll drive North to Rabat and enjoy this beautiful city. In Rabat, you can take in historical landmarks including the Le Tour Hassan, the Kings Palace, and Kasbah of the Udayas. The views from the coast are a worthwhile site to see as well! Afterward, head to the cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco – Fes.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Hotel/Riad

Accessibility Notes: Like Casablanca, Rabat is flat and generally more accessible.  There may be occasional curbs that may require assistance to negotiate.  Le Tour Hassan is flat and easy to access.  The mausoleum has a flight of stairs and thus, is not accessible to see the inside for travelers in wheelchairs.

 

DAY 3: MEKNES, VOLUBILIS & FES | VOLUBILIS GUIDED TOUR

Today you head to the past as you imagine what life was like 2,000 years ago in the Roman empire when you go to Volubilis to experience the ancient Roman ruins. Although not paved (we recommend a manual wheelchair and hiring a pusher for the tour), these well-preserved ruins nestled on a beautiful countryside are not to be missed. Afterward, take a driving tour of Meknes and enjoy lunch in Moulay Idriss, one of the holiest cities in Morocco.  Return to Fes – a city that has sat on the same hillside for more than a millennium.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Accessibility Notes: Volubilis has a rough path of travel.  We highly suggest a manual wheelchair and a pusher for this tour.  There are more passable routes that our guides will take you on, but this tour does require an adventurous spirit to navigate the uneven paths of travel!

 

DAY 4: FES | FES MEDINA TOUR

Today, you will venture into the medina with your personal English-speaking guide along our specifically designed wheelchair adapted route. This is one of the world’s largest walled in cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the narrow, winding streets lined with fresh fruit, mounds of spices, intricately woven Berber carpets and many other art treasures of Morocco. A visit to the Kings Palace and the local pottery artisans are just a few places you can experience. For lunch, eat at a traditional restaurant in the heart of the medina. After lunch, complete the tour in this historic city and return to your hotel to freshen up before dinner.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Accessibility Notes: The Fes medina is set on a hill.  We have developed a few routes through the medina that cross the medina with minimal barriers. Expect some uneven paths of travel throughout the medina. What is unparalleled in Fes is the hospitality of the residents that will go over and above to make sure that you feel welcome here! 

 

DAY 5: SAHARA | ADAPTED CAMEL SADDLE

After an early breakfast, begin the full day ascent from Fes, across the Middle Atlas Mountains and down to the majestic sands of the Sahara Desert. Most of the day will be spent winding our way through the beautiful forests, along jagged rock faces, and between Berber villages. Halfway, we will stop for lunch in the town of Midelt, famous for its fossils and rocks. In the afternoon, you drive across the barren desert land toward the sand dunes.

In the afternoon, set off by camel for an hour trek out to the oasis where you will spend the night in deluxe Berber tents. If you think riding a camel is out of the question, think again – an adapted camel saddle is available! Whether you are quadriplegic, paraplegic or have balance disturbances, our saddle has been created with you in mind. Of course, you are the best judge of whether this will be desirable/possible for you. Alternatively, take a 4×4 out to the desert camp or stay at the auberge at the edge of the desert if preferred.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Berber Tents

Accessibility Notes: Sand and wheelchairs typically do not go together.  Here, we use Berber carpets, sweep away the extra soft sand and have poured concrete floors in the Deluxe Berber Tents to make an adapted Saharan getaway.  Additionally, we have created the first adapted camel saddle of its kind to make the impossible – possible.

 

DAY 6: BOUMALNE DADES | TODRA GORGE

Your next destination is Boulmane Dades, passing through the imposing Todra Gorge (600 feet/180 meters) along the way. After a night in the desert, the accessible kasbah in Boulmane Dades is sure to please. Great food, quiet serenity, and a wonderful place to relax is a beautiful combination!

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Kasbah

Accessibility Notes: Boumalne Dades has a beautiful kasbah perfect for a relaxing getaway after a night in the desert. The rooms and grounds of this property are vastly accessible.

 

DAY 7: OUARZAZATE 

After breakfast, head to Ouarzazate and continue the tour of the many oases of Morocco. Palm tree groves abound along the edge of the Sahara. If desired, visit the Atlas Movie Studios, where you can see movie sets from several famous Hollywood motion pictures.  Relax at the Kasbah in Ouarzazate in the evening and enjoy the Saharan side of Morocco.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Kasbah

Accessibility Notes:  The movie studio is unpaved but is generally flat.  We recommend a manual wheelchair with someone pushing to enhance the experience.  Ouarzazate is a fairly flat city.

 

DAY 8: AIT BEN HADDOU & MARRAKECH | AIT BEN HADDOU

Today you will head to Marrakech. Along the way, you will stop at Ait Ben Haddou, the famous kasbah that is the backdrop of several famous movies. If desired, rent the Joelette Trekking Wheelchair and explore the kasbah in style! Afterward, you will cross over the High Atlas Mountains and along the road of 1,000 kasbahs to Marrakech. In the evening, head out to the famous Djemaa el-Fna. Coming alive at night with the local storytellers, entertainers, and mouth-watering barbeque pits, the square is well worth a visit!

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Hotel/Riad

Accessibility Notes: Ait Ben Haddou is generally inaccessible to wheelchairs.  In order to enjoy a tour of the kasbah, we recommend renting the Joelette Trekking Wheelchair (which includes 2 assistants) for this tour.  This 1.5-2 hour experience will allow you truly encounter the famous Ait Ben Haddou.

 

DAY 9: MARRAKECH | MARRAKECH MEDINA TOUR

After breakfast, you will have a guided tour of Marrakech, the southern pearl of Morocco. Tour along a specialized accessible route that will greatly reduce possible barriers.  Along the way, you will discover the intriguing Saadian Tombs, the Menara Basin, the serene Marjorelle Gardens, and many other exotic hidden treasures. After lunch, you will continue with the tour on to the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque and finish your exploration in the local souks (markets).

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Accessibility Notes: Marrakech is an excellent city for wheelchair users to visit.  With vastly flat paths of travel, much of the medina is accessible. There will be some rough paths of travel and you may encounter some small steps. Our guides will take care to avoid barriers during your medina tour.

 

DAY 10: CASABLANCA | HASSAN II MOSQUE TOUR

It is time to return to Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco, where you started this fantastic journey. In the early afternoon, you will visit Hassan II, the 5th largest mosque in the world. It is the only mosque in Morocco that allows non-Muslims to enter and is mostly accessible to wheelchair users. The architecture and exquisite details are a wonderful site to see and a great cultural “bookend” to your trip to Morocco.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Accessibility Notes: The Hassan II Mosque is vastly accessible with a small step to enter.  The washing rooms are inaccessible due to a large flight of stairs.  Moroccan hospitality will often lead to an offer to carry a wheelchair user down to this area.  This is not recommended for obvious safety reasons!

 

DAY 11: DEPARTURE FROM CASABLANCA

With lifelong memories, stories of your journey to share and souvenirs in your suitcase your driver – and new friend – will make sure you get to the airport with plenty of time for departure at Casablanca Mohammed V Airport.

Meals: Breakfast Included

 

 

 

Your Tour Route

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Josue Acaron
We had a fantastic trip to Morocco in July 2019. Morocco Accessible Travel Consultants did a great job organizing our visit. Their communication was quick and responsive. They created a wonderful plan based on our accessibility needs, location of our... Read More
Joe Bernardi 
Joe Bernardi
I traveled with my parents, my father (72 years old) who just had open heart surgery ~3 months before our trip and my mother (69) who has very limited mobility. Morocco Accessible Travel Consultants (MATC) was so helpful in allowing them to enjoy tou... Read More
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What You Will Experience On The Magic of Morocco

Your Tour Route

Magic of Morocco Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: ARRIVAL IN CASABLANCA

Upon arrival at Casablanca Mohammed V International Airport, you will be welcomed and transferred by your private accessible transport driver to your hotel where you will be given time to settle in to get ready for your Moroccan adventure!

Meals: Dinner Included; Dinner at the Hotel/Riad

Accessibility Notes: Casablanca, as a more modern and international city, is fairly flat and accessible.  Since you will have private, accessible transport, any lack of accessible taxis and other public transportation will not be a problem!

 

DAY 2: RABAT & FES

From Casablanca, you’ll drive North to Rabat and enjoy this beautiful city. In Rabat, you can take in historical landmarks including the Le Tour Hassan, the Kings Palace, and Kasbah of the Udayas. The views from the coast are a worthwhile site to see as well! Afterward, head to the cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco – Fes.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Hotel/Riad

Accessibility Notes: Like Casablanca, Rabat is flat and generally more accessible.  There may be occasional curbs that may require assistance to negotiate.  Le Tour Hassan is flat and easy to access.  The mausoleum has a flight of stairs and thus, is not accessible to see the inside for travelers in wheelchairs.

 

DAY 3: MEKNES, VOLUBILIS & FES | VOLUBILIS GUIDED TOUR

Today you head to the past as you imagine what life was like 2,000 years ago in the Roman empire when you go to Volubilis to experience the ancient Roman ruins. Although not paved (we recommend a manual wheelchair and hiring a pusher for the tour), these well-preserved ruins nestled on a beautiful countryside are not to be missed. Afterward, take a driving tour of Meknes and enjoy lunch in Moulay Idriss, one of the holiest cities in Morocco.  Return to Fes – a city that has sat on the same hillside for more than a millennium.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Accessibility Notes: Volubilis has a rough path of travel.  We highly suggest a manual wheelchair and a pusher for this tour.  There are more passable routes that our guides will take you on, but this tour does require an adventurous spirit to navigate the uneven paths of travel!

 

DAY 4: FES | FES MEDINA TOUR

Today, you will venture into the medina with your personal English-speaking guide along our specifically designed wheelchair adapted route. This is one of the world’s largest walled in cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the narrow, winding streets lined with fresh fruit, mounds of spices, intricately woven Berber carpets and many other art treasures of Morocco. A visit to the Kings Palace and the local pottery artisans are just a few places you can experience. For lunch, eat at a traditional restaurant in the heart of the medina. After lunch, complete the tour in this historic city and return to your hotel to freshen up before dinner.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Accessibility Notes: The Fes medina is set on a hill.  We have developed a few routes through the medina that cross the medina with minimal barriers. Expect some uneven paths of travel throughout the medina. What is unparalleled in Fes is the hospitality of the residents that will go over and above to make sure that you feel welcome here! 

 

DAY 5: SAHARA | ADAPTED CAMEL SADDLE

After an early breakfast, begin the full day ascent from Fes, across the Middle Atlas Mountains and down to the majestic sands of the Sahara Desert. Most of the day will be spent winding our way through the beautiful forests, along jagged rock faces, and between Berber villages. Halfway, we will stop for lunch in the town of Midelt, famous for its fossils and rocks. In the afternoon, you drive across the barren desert land toward the sand dunes.

In the afternoon, set off by camel for an hour trek out to the oasis where you will spend the night in deluxe Berber tents. If you think riding a camel is out of the question, think again – an adapted camel saddle is available! Whether you are quadriplegic, paraplegic or have balance disturbances, our saddle has been created with you in mind. Of course, you are the best judge of whether this will be desirable/possible for you. Alternatively, take a 4×4 out to the desert camp or stay at the auberge at the edge of the desert if preferred.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Berber Tents

Accessibility Notes: Sand and wheelchairs typically do not go together.  Here, we use Berber carpets, sweep away the extra soft sand and have poured concrete floors in the Deluxe Berber Tents to make an adapted Saharan getaway.  Additionally, we have created the first adapted camel saddle of its kind to make the impossible – possible.

 

DAY 6: BOUMALNE DADES | TODRA GORGE

Your next destination is Boulmane Dades, passing through the imposing Todra Gorge (600 feet/180 meters) along the way. After a night in the desert, the accessible kasbah in Boulmane Dades is sure to please. Great food, quiet serenity, and a wonderful place to relax is a beautiful combination!

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Kasbah

Accessibility Notes: Boumalne Dades has a beautiful kasbah perfect for a relaxing getaway after a night in the desert. The rooms and grounds of this property are vastly accessible.

 

DAY 7: OUARZAZATE 

After breakfast, head to Ouarzazate and continue the tour of the many oases of Morocco. Palm tree groves abound along the edge of the Sahara. If desired, visit the Atlas Movie Studios, where you can see movie sets from several famous Hollywood motion pictures.  Relax at the Kasbah in Ouarzazate in the evening and enjoy the Saharan side of Morocco.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Kasbah

Accessibility Notes:  The movie studio is unpaved but is generally flat.  We recommend a manual wheelchair with someone pushing to enhance the experience.  Ouarzazate is a fairly flat city.

 

DAY 8: AIT BEN HADDOU & MARRAKECH | AIT BEN HADDOU

Today you will head to Marrakech. Along the way, you will stop at Ait Ben Haddou, the famous kasbah that is the backdrop of several famous movies. If desired, rent the Joelette Trekking Wheelchair and explore the kasbah in style! Afterward, you will cross over the High Atlas Mountains and along the road of 1,000 kasbahs to Marrakech. In the evening, head out to the famous Djemaa el-Fna. Coming alive at night with the local storytellers, entertainers, and mouth-watering barbeque pits, the square is well worth a visit!

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Hotel/Riad

Accessibility Notes: Ait Ben Haddou is generally inaccessible to wheelchairs.  In order to enjoy a tour of the kasbah, we recommend renting the Joelette Trekking Wheelchair (which includes 2 assistants) for this tour.  This 1.5-2 hour experience will allow you truly encounter the famous Ait Ben Haddou.

 

DAY 9: MARRAKECH | MARRAKECH MEDINA TOUR

After breakfast, you will have a guided tour of Marrakech, the southern pearl of Morocco. Tour along a specialized accessible route that will greatly reduce possible barriers.  Along the way, you will discover the intriguing Saadian Tombs, the Menara Basin, the serene Marjorelle Gardens, and many other exotic hidden treasures. After lunch, you will continue with the tour on to the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque and finish your exploration in the local souks (markets).

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Accessibility Notes: Marrakech is an excellent city for wheelchair users to visit.  With vastly flat paths of travel, much of the medina is accessible. There will be some rough paths of travel and you may encounter some small steps. Our guides will take care to avoid barriers during your medina tour.

 

DAY 10: CASABLANCA | HASSAN II MOSQUE TOUR

It is time to return to Casablanca, the economic capital of Morocco, where you started this fantastic journey. In the early afternoon, you will visit Hassan II, the 5th largest mosque in the world. It is the only mosque in Morocco that allows non-Muslims to enter and is mostly accessible to wheelchair users. The architecture and exquisite details are a wonderful site to see and a great cultural “bookend” to your trip to Morocco.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at a Local Restaurant

Accessibility Notes: The Hassan II Mosque is vastly accessible with a small step to enter.  The washing rooms are inaccessible due to a large flight of stairs.  Moroccan hospitality will often lead to an offer to carry a wheelchair user down to this area.  This is not recommended for obvious safety reasons!

 

DAY 11: DEPARTURE FROM CASABLANCA

With lifelong memories, stories of your journey to share and souvenirs in your suitcase your driver – and new friend – will make sure you get to the airport with plenty of time for departure at Casablanca Mohammed V Airport.

Meals: Breakfast Included

Magic of Morocco Tour Pricing

*Per today’s exchange rate from MAD to USD; Subject to the exchange rate at the time of purchase if paying in a foreign currency

**Subject to specific accessibility and space needs; other transport options are available, please contact us for specific pricing.

Airfare, lunches, drinks and service tips (waiters, driver, guides, etc.) are not included.

There is additional 10% fee for tours including the dates between Dec.20 – Jan.5.

For single rooms, a single supplement fee will be applied.

Included with all of our accessible journeys

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Breakfast & Dinner as indicated in itinerary

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All Taxes Included

Magic of Morocco Tour Accessibility

 

Peace of mind is vital when booking international travel.  This is especially true for accessible travel.  There is a time and a place for surprises – and accessibility is not one of them.  When you book an accessible tour, you need to know what you will encounter.

General

The Magic of Morocco Tour is rated to have “Moderate Accessibility” on our access scale.  For this tour, 80% of the tour is rated at “High Accessibility” with the desert requiring an adapted experience. As with all of our tours, you will have accessible transport and a wide range of accessible hotels and/or riads to choose from year round.

Items to Note

Rest Stops

Along the autoroute, there are regular rest stops with accessible bathrooms. Along the road to the desert, accessible rest stops are spaced farther apart – approximately 3 hours between stops.

Accommodations  

All of our accommodations are personally verified.  During your trip to the desert, the range of hotels is more limited.  We prioritize accessibility over star level of hotel to ensure the highest level of access.  Our deluxe desert tent accommodations are adapted and our widely used by our clients in wheelchairs. Soft sand is swept away on paths, 3-in-1 toilet commodes are placed over the toilets to provide grab bars as needed and there are roll-in showers. 

Excursions

You will mostly encounter flat surfaces or access ramps as necessary.  The Roman ruins of Volubilis, the heart of the ancient Fes medina and desert camel ride are adapted experiences. To experience the Roman ruins up close, there is uneven and rougher terrain. In Fes, you may encounter an occassional step that requires a small portable ramp (for power wheelchair users).  The desert requires a transfer to a 4x4 and to the adapted camel saddle. Our team is available to assist with these transfers. Your wheelchair will be transported in the back of the 4x4 so you can continue to use your chair at the desert camp.

The best way for us to fully adapt this tour to meet your specific needs is for us to begin the conversation. Click below and start planning your obligation-free trip today!

 

 

Accessibility Scale

Access on the Magic of Morocco Tour

Accessibility Scale

Magic of Morocco Tour Accessibility

 

Peace of mind is vital when booking international travel.  This is especially true for accessible travel.  There is a time and a place for surprises – and accessibility is not one of them.  When you book an accessible tour, you need to know what you will encounter.

General

The Magic of Morocco Tour is rated to have “Moderate Accessibility” on our access scale.  For this tour, 80% of the tour is rated at “High Accessibility” with the desert requiring an adapted experience. As with all of our tours, you will have accessible transport and a wide range of accessible hotels and/or riads to choose from year round.

Items to Note

Rest Stops

Along the autoroute, there are regular rest stops with accessible bathrooms. Along the road to the desert, accessible rest stops are spaced farther apart – approximately 3 hours between stops.

Accommodations  

All of our accommodations are personally verified.  During your trip to the desert, the range of hotels is more limited.  We prioritize accessibility over star level of hotel to ensure the highest level of access.  Our deluxe desert tent accommodations are adapted and our widely used by our clients in wheelchairs. Soft sand is swept away on paths, 3-in-1 toilet commodes are placed over the toilets to provide grab bars as needed and there are roll-in showers. 

Excursions

You will mostly encounter flat surfaces or access ramps as necessary.  The Roman ruins of Volubilis, the heart of the ancient Fes medina and desert camel ride are adapted experiences. To experience the Roman ruins up close, there is uneven and rougher terrain. In Fes, you may encounter an occassional step that requires a small portable ramp (for power wheelchair users).  The desert requires a transfer to a 4x4 and to the adapted camel saddle. Our team is available to assist with these transfers. Your wheelchair will be transported in the back of the 4x4 so you can continue to use your chair at the desert camp.

The best way for us to fully adapt this tour to meet your specific needs is for us to begin the conversation. Click below and start planning your obligation-free trip today!

 

 

Access on the Magic of Morocco Tour

General Travel Information

 

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is an excellent site to ensure that you have the necessary vaccinations and health knowledge to prepare you for your trip to Morocco.

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Weather is a vital consideration for when you choose to visit Morocco.  We have put together a chart of the weather norms for you to make the best decision possible to match your weather of choice.  As a bonus, we have included the “climate” of tourists during each month of travel!

See our weather charts

Weather is a vital consideration for when you choose to visit Morocco.  We have put together a chart of the weather norms for you to make the best decision possible to match your weather of choice.  As a bonus, we have included the “climate” of tourists during each month of travel!

See our weather charts

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I had an excellent experience with Morocco Accessible Travel Consultants and highly recommend them! They were professional, thorough, and I love that they actively advocate for accessibility throughout Morocco. The camel ride with the accessible sadd... Read More
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I continue to glow, some 10 days since my return, with memories of my experiences. Last evening I prepared a rice dessert learned at a cooking class guided by expert Moroccan women cooks. The smell and taste of orange flower water brought back the sm... Read More
Joanne Robinson Hill 
Joanne Robinson Hill
I traveled with my parents, my father (72 years old) who just had open heart surgery ~3 months before our trip and my mother (69) who has very limited mobility. Morocco Accessible Travel Consultants (MATC) was so helpful in allowing them to enjoy tou... Read More
Jing Lan Lee 
Jing Lan Lee
We had a fantastic trip to Morocco in July 2019. Morocco Accessible Travel Consultants did a great job organizing our visit. Their communication was quick and responsive. They created a wonderful plan based on our accessibility needs, location of our... Read More
Joe Bernardi 
Joe Bernardi
Morocco Accessible Travel Consultants made their motto 'to make the impossible possible' true for us! Never could we have imagined sleeping in a tent in the desert with our wheelchair bound daughter. Nor could we have envisaged that she would be able... Read More
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