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Southern Morocco

9 Nights/10 Days

DISCOVER. ACCESSIBLE. MOROCCO.

Southern Morocco Tour

 

10 Days/9 Nights

 

Head South as you encounter the majestic Saharan side of Morocco.  Depart from the exotic city of Marrakech, through High Atlas Mountains, to the serene Sahara Desert and end at the beautiful Atlantic Coast on this 10 day tour of Southern 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 

Southern Morocco Tour Overview 

 

As stated, this tour allows you to encounter the Southern half of Morocco.  As you depart from the from the famous city of Marrakech, you’ll experience radically changing landscapes as you travel through the mountains to the Sahara Desert.  This tour experience adds an element of relaxation as you end your time in Morocco taking in the ocean breeze at a beachside resort.  

Itinerary Quickview

 

DAY 1:  ARRIVAL IN MARRAKECH

DAY 2:  MARRAKECH | MARRAKECH MEDINA TOUR

DAY 3:  BOUMALNE DADES

DAY 4:  SAHARA DESERT | TODRA GORGE & ADAPTED CAMEL RIDE

DAY 5:  OUARZAZATE 

DAY 6:  AIT BEN HADDOU & AGADIR | AIT BEN HADDOU

DAY 7:  AGADIR

DAY 8:  ESSAOUIRA | ESSAOUIRA MEDINA TOUR

DAY 9:  ESSAOUIRA & MARRAKECH

DAY 10:  DEPARTURE FROM MARRAKECH

Your Tour Route 

What You Will Experience On The Southern Morocco Tour

Southern Morocco Tour Overview 

 

As stated, this tour allows you to encounter the Southern half of Morocco.  As you depart from the from the famous city of Marrakech, you’ll experience radically changing landscapes as you travel through the mountains to the Sahara Desert.  This tour experience adds an element of relaxation as you end your time in Morocco taking in the ocean breeze at a beachside resort.  

Itinerary Quickview

 

DAY 1:  ARRIVAL IN MARRAKECH

DAY 2:  MARRAKECH | MARRAKECH MEDINA TOUR

DAY 3:  BOUMALNE DADES

DAY 4:  SAHARA DESERT | TODRA GORGE & ADAPTED CAMEL RIDE

DAY 5:  OUARZAZATE 

DAY 6:  AIT BEN HADDOU & AGADIR | AIT BEN HADDOU

DAY 7:  AGADIR

DAY 8:  ESSAOUIRA | ESSAOUIRA MEDINA TOUR

DAY 9:  ESSAOUIRA & MARRAKECH

DAY 10:  DEPARTURE FROM MARRAKECH

Your Tour Route 

Southern Morocco Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: ARRIVAL IN MARRAKECH

Upon arrival at Marrakech Menara Airport, you will be welcomed and transferred to your hotel or riad by your private accessible transport driver.  If time and desire allows, you will have the opportunity to head out to explore on your own. If staying at the hotel to rest after long travels is preferred, take your time – there will be plenty of opportunity to encounter the sites during your time in Morocco!

Meals: Dinner Included; Dinner at the Hotel/Riad

Accessibility Notes: Marrakech is fairly flat and accessible – including the old medina.  There may be a few small steps in certain areas but in most cases barriers are completely avoidable. Since you will have private, accessible transport, you will not have to worry about the lack of accessible transportation available at the airport. 

 

DAY 2: MARRAKECH | MARRAKECH MEDINA TOUR

After a delicious and traditional Moroccan breakfast you will have an guided tour – adapted for those using wheelchairs – of Marrakech – the southern pearl of Morocco. You will discover the the Saadian Tombs, the Menara Basin, Marjorelle Gardens, and many other hidden treasures. After lunch you will continue with the tour on to the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque and the famous Djemaa el-Fna, one of the center attractions of Marrakech. Coming alive at night with the local storytellers, entertainers, and mouth-watering barbeque pits, the square is well worth a visit. The tour will conclude with exploring treasures in the souk (market) of Marrakech.

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

Accessibility Notes: As stated previously, Marrakech is a generally flat and accessible city.  There may be a few steps intermittently but our guides take care to avoid this as much as possible to provide a barrier free experience.  Jemaa el-Fna is quite accessible with an open layout and even a few cafés putting in ramps and an accessible bathroom.  Our drivers will guide you to the accessible bathrooms and stops that are available during your time in Marrakech. 

 

DAY 3: BOUMALNE DADES

Today you start your journey towards the Sahara Desert!  You will follow the Atlas Mountains to some of the most incredible gorges in Morocco. You will be driving along the road of 1,000 kasbahs, so feel free to take a break, stretch, and capture some amazing images! Stop for lunch at Elkalaa of M’Gouna (the city of roses) and take in the gorges before settling in at your Kasbah in in Boumalne near the Dades Gorges.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Kasbah

Accessibility Notes: Your accommodations in Boumalne Dades are vastly accessible with minimal barriers.  There is excellent accessibility along the grounds with a great adapted room available for your security and comfort.  

 

DAY 4: TODRA GORGE & SAHARA DESERT

In the morning, you will head to the imposing Torda Gorge (600 feet/180 meters).  Cooler temperatures and majestic rock formations provide for a spectacular morning drive!

In the afternoon, arrive in the majestic Sahara Desert where you will have an opportunity of a lifetime. You will have the opportunity to spend the night in deluxe Berber tents we have adapted for wheelchair users. 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: The Sahara Desert experience is considered an adapted experience.  Our accommodation tents feature poured concrete floors, roll in showers, and a 3-in-1 toilet chair over a toilet to provide grab bars as needed depending on accessibility needs.  Additionally, we have created an adapted camel saddle that features chest strapping and even straps for those with limited neck/head control.  An adventurous spirit is helpful as you prepare for this incredible once-in-a-lifetime experience. 

 

DAY 5: 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 in the afternoon, where you can see movie sets from several famous Hollywood motion pictures including Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia.  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 6: AIT BEN HADDOU & AGADIR | 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, head to the Atlantic coast for a bit of rest and relaxation.

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 7: AGADIR 

Destroyed by an earthquake in 1960, Agadir has now been rebuilt and is one of the most modern cities in Morocco.  Reportedly, Agadir has 340 days of sunshine per year and leads to warm waters and, often, swimming year round! Beaches, modern amenities, and beautiful accommodations make for a little piece of heaven on earth.  Ask us about renting a beach wheelchair to really enjoy your time in Agadir while reducing barriers! 

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

Accessibility Notes: Agadir is a vastly accessible city, often with dropped curbs.  There is also an excellent accessible boardwalk that provides access to the beach areas while also giving a long stretch to roll along the beach. Ramps also exist to allow you complete access to the beach.  Beach wheelchairs are available for rent if desired to increase access to the warm ocean waters!

 

DAY 8: ESSAOUIRA | ESSAOUIRA MEDINA TOUR

It is on to the coastal city of Essaouira, a picturesque fishing town, lying on the southwest coast of Morocco.  With an exquisite beach to the south, Essaouira has become one of Morocco’s most popular coastal towns. Today you will have time to take a guided tour through the medina, experiencing the charm of this coastal gem. The medina is flat and vastly accessible to wheelchairs making it a very popular destination. Additionally, many of the country’s wood carvers and artists make Essaouira their home.

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

Accessibility Notes: The Essaouira medina is an accessible medina with flat paths and minimal barriers.  The medina is small making exploration quite simple. 

 

DAY 9: ESSAOUIRA & MARRAKECH

Spend your day in Essaouira OR in Marrakech – whichever you prefer.  A quick 2-hour drive allows for you to personalize your trip even more to your liking.  So whether you want to savor fresh fish right by the port for lunch or return to the bustling Marrakech medina, you have options!

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

Accessibility Notes: The Essaouira medina is an accessible medina with flat paths and minimal barriers.  The medina is small making exploration quite simple. 

DAY 10: DEPARTURE FROM MARRAKECH

With lifelong memories, stories of your journey to share and souvenirs in your suitcase, your driver will make sure you get to the Marrakech Menara Airport with plenty of time for departure.

Meals: Breakfast Included

 

 

Your Tour Route

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What You Will Experience On Southern Morocco Tour

Your Tour Route

Southern Morocco Detailed Itinerary

DAY 1: ARRIVAL IN MARRAKECH

Upon arrival at Marrakech Menara Airport, you will be welcomed and transferred to your hotel or riad by your private accessible transport driver.  If time and desire allows, you will have the opportunity to head out to explore on your own. If staying at the hotel to rest after long travels is preferred, take your time – there will be plenty of opportunity to encounter the sites during your time in Morocco!

Meals: Dinner Included; Dinner at the Hotel/Riad

Accessibility Notes: Marrakech is fairly flat and accessible – including the old medina.  There may be a few small steps in certain areas but in most cases barriers are completely avoidable. Since you will have private, accessible transport, you will not have to worry about the lack of accessible transportation available at the airport. 

 

DAY 2: MARRAKECH | MARRAKECH MEDINA TOUR

After a delicious and traditional Moroccan breakfast you will have an guided tour – adapted for those using wheelchairs – of Marrakech – the southern pearl of Morocco. You will discover the the Saadian Tombs, the Menara Basin, Marjorelle Gardens, and many other hidden treasures. After lunch you will continue with the tour on to the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque and the famous Djemaa el-Fna, one of the center attractions of Marrakech. Coming alive at night with the local storytellers, entertainers, and mouth-watering barbeque pits, the square is well worth a visit. The tour will conclude with exploring treasures in the souk (market) of Marrakech.

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

Accessibility Notes: As stated previously, Marrakech is a generally flat and accessible city.  There may be a few steps intermittently but our guides take care to avoid this as much as possible to provide a barrier free experience.  Jemaa el-Fna is quite accessible with an open layout and even a few cafés putting in ramps and an accessible bathroom.  Our drivers will guide you to the accessible bathrooms and stops that are available during your time in Marrakech. 

 

DAY 3: BOUMALNE DADES

Today you start your journey towards the Sahara Desert!  You will follow the Atlas Mountains to some of the most incredible gorges in Morocco. You will be driving along the road of 1,000 kasbahs, so feel free to take a break, stretch, and capture some amazing images! Stop for lunch at Elkalaa of M’Gouna (the city of roses) and take in the gorges before settling in at your Kasbah in in Boumalne near the Dades Gorges.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner Included; Dinner at the Kasbah

Accessibility Notes: Your accommodations in Boumalne Dades are vastly accessible with minimal barriers.  There is excellent accessibility along the grounds with a great adapted room available for your security and comfort.  

 

DAY 4: TODRA GORGE & SAHARA DESERT

In the morning, you will head to the imposing Torda Gorge (600 feet/180 meters).  Cooler temperatures and majestic rock formations provide for a spectacular morning drive!

In the afternoon, arrive in the majestic Sahara Desert where you will have an opportunity of a lifetime. You will have the opportunity to spend the night in deluxe Berber tents we have adapted for wheelchair users. 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: The Sahara Desert experience is considered an adapted experience.  Our accommodation tents feature poured concrete floors, roll in showers, and a 3-in-1 toilet chair over a toilet to provide grab bars as needed depending on accessibility needs.  Additionally, we have created an adapted camel saddle that features chest strapping and even straps for those with limited neck/head control.  An adventurous spirit is helpful as you prepare for this incredible once-in-a-lifetime experience. 

 

DAY 5: 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 in the afternoon, where you can see movie sets from several famous Hollywood motion pictures including Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia.  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 6: AIT BEN HADDOU & AGADIR | 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, head to the Atlantic coast for a bit of rest and relaxation.

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 7: AGADIR 

Destroyed by an earthquake in 1960, Agadir has now been rebuilt and is one of the most modern cities in Morocco.  Reportedly, Agadir has 340 days of sunshine per year and leads to warm waters and, often, swimming year round! Beaches, modern amenities, and beautiful accommodations make for a little piece of heaven on earth.  Ask us about renting a beach wheelchair to really enjoy your time in Agadir while reducing barriers! 

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

Accessibility Notes: Agadir is a vastly accessible city, often with dropped curbs.  There is also an excellent accessible boardwalk that provides access to the beach areas while also giving a long stretch to roll along the beach. Ramps also exist to allow you complete access to the beach.  Beach wheelchairs are available for rent if desired to increase access to the warm ocean waters!

 

DAY 8: ESSAOUIRA | ESSAOUIRA MEDINA TOUR

It is on to the coastal city of Essaouira, a picturesque fishing town, lying on the southwest coast of Morocco.  With an exquisite beach to the south, Essaouira has become one of Morocco’s most popular coastal towns. Today you will have time to take a guided tour through the medina, experiencing the charm of this coastal gem. The medina is flat and vastly accessible to wheelchairs making it a very popular destination. Additionally, many of the country’s wood carvers and artists make Essaouira their home.

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

Accessibility Notes: The Essaouira medina is an accessible medina with flat paths and minimal barriers.  The medina is small making exploration quite simple. 

 

DAY 9: ESSAOUIRA & MARRAKECH

Spend your day in Essaouira OR in Marrakech – whichever you prefer.  A quick 2-hour drive allows for you to personalize your trip even more to your liking.  So whether you want to savor fresh fish right by the port for lunch or return to the bustling Marrakech medina, you have options!

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

Accessibility Notes: The Essaouira medina is an accessible medina with flat paths and minimal barriers.  The medina is small making exploration quite simple. 

DAY 10: DEPARTURE FROM MARRAKECH

With lifelong memories, stories of your journey to share and souvenirs in your suitcase, your driver will make sure you get to the Marrakech Menara Airport with plenty of time for departure.

Meals: Breakfast Included

Southern Morocco 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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Half Board

Breakfast & Dinner as indicated in itinerary

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All Taxes Included

Southern 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 Southern Morocco Tour is rated to have “Moderate Accessibility” on our access scale.  Cities offer good accessibility and, as with our other desert tours, the Sahara is considered an adapted experience.  During your time on the Southern Morocco circuit, 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 the tents have roll-in showers.

Excursions

You will mostly encounter flat surfaces or access ramps as necessary.  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 Southern Morocco Tour

Accessibility Scale

Southern 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 Southern Morocco Tour is rated to have “Moderate Accessibility” on our access scale.  Cities offer good accessibility and, as with our other desert tours, the Sahara is considered an adapted experience.  During your time on the Southern Morocco circuit, 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 the tents have roll-in showers.

Excursions

You will mostly encounter flat surfaces or access ramps as necessary.  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 Southern 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.

Visit the CDC

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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What others are Saying

We wanted to see Morocco up close and personal. So we got in touch with Erik at Morocco Accessible Travel. We outlined our requirements and our limitations. We also outlined a list of all that we wished to see. Erik worked with us for a few month... Read More
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Ben Levinson
We spent 10 fabulous days in Morocco. Jeremy was exceptional in working with us on developing an itinerary. He was quick to respond, had great suggestions, and made sure that all of our needs were accommodated. After our trip, he was also excellent a... Read More
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I had a fantastic time in Morocco while on tour with Morocco Accessible Travel Consultants! During my 12 days in Morocco, we visited Casablanca, Fes, Marrakech, the Sahara Desert, and more. With MATC’s help, I was able to do things that I never tho... Read More
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