Girl’s Trip to Morocco

8 days / 7 nights

Close up of traditional moroccan cooking elements made of ceramics and painted green.
Large group of traditional artifacts for cooking called Tajin, a ceramic cone shaped lid with a round plate beneath used to cook.
Panoramic picture of a very traditional mosque in Casablanca, White stone building with green roofs and a tall tower to the left sitting by the sea.
A typical Morocco dish, carrots in a piramyd form with groud beef on top, all served in a ceramic round dish.
A wheelchair accessible van with a ramp to enter the van from the back.

Multi-day trip description

Explore Morocco’s beautiful architecture, stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and history with a group of like-minded, adventurous women. This wheelchair accessible, women-only tour will take you through the highlights of the country - from Casablanca to Fes to Marrakech - giving you a taste of Moroccan culture.falseExplore Morocco’s beautiful architecture, stunning landscapes, vibrant culture, and history with a group of like-minded, adventurous women. This wheelchair accessible, women-only tour will take you through the highlights of the country - from Casablanca to Fes to Marrakech - giving you a taste of Moroccan culture.

Accessibility. What to expect?

  • Assistance

    Guides / staff members trained by Wheel the World local team to provide assistance to people with disabilities during the activity

    Guides / staff members have experience assisting people with disabilities

    Guides / staff members will be available to assist

  • Transportation

    An accessible vehicle with ramp for entire trip

  • Place

    All the places during guided tours are accessible ,but may have uneven terrain and require extra assistance.

  • Bathroom

    Accessible bathrooms are available in different locations during the guided tour and along the road on longer drives

  • Equipment

    Not included, but can be offered by an extra fee

From $2,680 USD / per person

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    Itinerary

    Day 1: Casablanca - November 5 thumbnail

    Day 1: Casablanca - November 5

    Your driver and guide will meet you at the airport in a wheelchair accessible van, to pick you up and take you to your hotel in downtown Casablan...Your driver and guide will meet you at the airport in a wheelchair accessible van, to pick you up and take you to your hotel in downtown Casablanca. The ride from the airport to your hotel is approximately 45 minutes.
    Dinner included

    Stay:

    4 stars accessible hotel in Casablanca

    Day 2: Rabat & Fes - November 6 thumbnail

    Day 2: Rabat & Fes - November 6

    Enjoy a breakfast buffet at your hotel before heading north to Morocco's capital, Rabat.
    You’ ll ride for an hour and a half from Casablanca t...
    Enjoy a breakfast buffet at your hotel before heading north to Morocco's capital, Rabat.
    You’ ll ride for an hour and a half from Casablanca to Rabat in an accessible van.You’ ll visit the Hassan Tower, a beautiful minaret constructed in the 12 th century, and the Mausoleum of Mohammed V.
    The Mausoleum is only accessible by stairs, but the exterior architecture is worth a visit alone.
    After a bathroom break inRabat, you’ ll continue on to Fes. After a 2½ hour drive with an accessible restop on the way, you’ ll arrive in the ancient city of Fes.
    A great example of a medieval Arab city, Fes is a vibrant labyrinth of twisting streets, markets, and architecture.You’ ll see the stunning ancient city in the afternoon light from a hill by the Marinid ruins. After checking in to the hotel where you’ ll be based for the next three nights, you’ ll join your group for dinner at the hotel.
    Breakfast & dinner included

    Stay:

    4 stars accessible hotel in Fes

    Day 3: Experiencing Fes - November 7 thumbnail

    Day 3: Experiencing Fes - November 7

    The medina in Fes is over a thousand years old, and the walled city is one of the world’s largest. After breakfast, you will explore the narrow s...The medina in Fes is over a thousand years old, and the walled city is one of the world’s largest. After breakfast, you will explore the narrow streets lined with fresh fruit, mounds of spices, intricately woven Berber carpets, and many other artisanal goods. Your guide will share their knowledge of this ancient city as you navigate the maze of narrow streets of this, the world's largest vehicle-free urban area.
    The streets don’t have physical barriers, but streets are cobblestone, making the terrain uneven. You’ll stop for lunch in one of the traditional restaurants in the heart of the medina, and visit the iconic golden gates of King’s Palace.
    You’ll take a pottery and mosaic tile tour, where you’ll experience one of the world’s oldest handicrafts.
    Then, you’ll visit the medina’s Jewish quarter, a walled area inside the walled city, where you’ll note the contrast to the rest of the city’s architecture. You’ll enjoy dinner at a local restaurant before returning to your hotel.
    Breakfast & dinner included

    Stay:

    4 stars accessible hotel in Fes

    Day 4: Moroccan Cuisine & Gender Equality - November 8 thumbnail

    Day 4: Moroccan Cuisine & Gender Equality - November 8

    After breakfast at the hotel, it’s time for a cooking class experience. The class will begin at a local market, where you will meet a chef and sh...After breakfast at the hotel, it’s time for a cooking class experience. The class will begin at a local market, where you will meet a chef and shop for fresh ingredients.
    You will then head to a Riad, a traditional Moroccan house, where the chef will teach you how to prepare a traditional Moroccan lunch. After lunch, you will meet with a professor for a conversation and question and answer session about gender equality in Morocco.
    After a busy day of learning and experiencing Moroccan culture, you’ ll return to the hotel for dinner.
    Breakfast, lunch & dinner included

    Stay:

    4 stars accessible hotel in Fes

    Day 5: Travel from Fes to Marrakech - November 9 thumbnail

    Day 5: Travel from Fes to Marrakech - November 9

    Enjoy your final breakfast in Fes before checking out of your hotel and getting ready for the journey to Marrakech. The journey from Fes to Marra...Enjoy your final breakfast in Fes before checking out of your hotel and getting ready for the journey to Marrakech. The journey from Fes to Marrakech is an approximately 7 ½ hour drive. You’ll observe the landscape as it changes from lush and green to rocky and rugged the further south you head.
    Accessible restrooms and rest stops are available along the route. You’ll stop for lunch along the way. After checking into your hotel, you’ll be able to explore the city’s central plaza, the Djemaa el-Fna. Coming alive at night with the local storytellers, entertainers, and mouth-watering barbeque pits, the center square is well worth a visit.
    Breakfast & dinner included

    Stay:

    4 stars accessible hotel in Marrakech

    Day 6: Marrakech - Morocco’s Southern Pearl - November 10 thumbnail

    Day 6: Marrakech - Morocco’s Southern Pearl - November 10

    After breakfast, you’ll explore the city of Marrakech! You’ll visit the Saadin Tombs (which can be accessed via the portable ramp provided by you...After breakfast, you’ll explore the city of Marrakech! You’ll visit the Saadin Tombs (which can be accessed via the portable ramp provided by your guides), the city’s medina (with flatter terrain than Fes), the souk, and the Majorelle Gardens. You’ll stop for lunch during the tour.
    This experience will last from 6-8 hours. After the tour, you’ll head back to the hotel to rest before joining the group for dinner at a local restaurant.
    Breakfast & dinner included

    Stay:

    4 stars accessible hotel in Marrakech

    Day 7: Return to Casablanca - November 11 thumbnail

    Day 7: Return to Casablanca - November 11

    After breakfast, head out to purchase some final souvenirs before the drive to Casablanca. The journey from Marrakech to Casablanca lasts approxi...After breakfast, head out to purchase some final souvenirs before the drive to Casablanca. The journey from Marrakech to Casablanca lasts approximately 2 ½ hours. There are accessible rest stops along the way.
    After arriving in Casablanca, you’ll visit the Hassan II Mosque and Museum - one of the largest and most elaborate mosques in the world.
    Breakfast & dinner included

    Stay:

    4 star accessible hotel in Casablanca

    Day 8: Departure - November 12  thumbnail

    Day 8: Departure - November 12

    With lifelong memories, stories of your journey to share and souvenirs in your suitcase, your driver will make sure you get to the airport with p...With lifelong memories, stories of your journey to share and souvenirs in your suitcase, your driver will make sure you get to the airport with plenty of time for departure.
    Feel like extending your trip? Reach out your travel expert to plan some extra days of accessible vacation in Morocco.
    Breakfast included.

    Information & Documents

    Travel Restrictions in Morocco

    To find out about pandemic-related entry requirements, please follow the regulation of the airline company and read the latest information here.

    Visa requirements can vary depending on your nationality. Ask a travel expert if you need assistance.

    Important Information

    • This tour has a maximum capacity of 10 people, with a total of 4 wheelchair users, 2 power chairs and 2 additional seat transfer spots.
    • A 50% deposit is requireed to secure your spot on the tour($300 usd is non-refundable). The remaining 50% must be paid by 70 days prior to the start date.
    • Group tours will be accepting new travelers until 45 days prior to the start date, in case the number of participants reached a minimum of eight.
    • This tour must have a minimum of 8 participants to take place at the listed price. If the minimum is not reached, the tour still may be able to occur at a higher price.
    • Rates offered are considered based on a double room occupancy. For single occupancy an extra fee will be required, reach out to our travel expert for details
    • Once your request to book is submited, a travel expert will reach out and assist you with the payment process, gathering any special needs or dietary restrictions and answer any possible questions you might have. We will be able to confirm the trip once the minimum number of spots are filled.
    • Spots will be reserved on and a first come, first serve basis.

    Cancellation Policies

    • If you cancel up to 101 days before your check-in day, you will receive a full refund, minus de non refundable deposit.
    • If you cancel between 100 and 70 days before your check-in day, 25% of the total cost of your booking will be due.
    • If you cancel between 69 and 55 days before your check-in day, 50% of the total cost of your booking will be due. If you cancel less than 55 days before your check-in day, the total cost of your booking will be due.
    • If a trip or activity cannot take place due to extraordinary circumstances (bad weather, social movements, etc), a full refund cannot be guaranteed. Rest assured, the Wheel the World team will do their best to offer the best arrangements possible..

    Whats Included

    Included

    • A private, licensed, English speaking tour guide and transportation
    • 7 nights of 4 star accommodations
    • Entrance fees to historical sites
    • Portage tips for bags
    • Transportation in an accessible vehicle for entire trip
    • Bottles of water, as needed
    • Meals listed in the itinerary
    • Transportation to and from the airport

    Not included

    • Airline tickets
    • Tips for driver and guide
    • Medical insurance
    • Lunches & alcoholic drinks
    • Anything not specified above