…..it doesn't take sight, but vision, and a spirit of adventure to explore the world…

Dr Brian Miller, visually impaired traveller

Visually impaired and sighted travellers examine a column in Morocco

We’re partnering with TV’s Amar Latif - (of ‘How to get fit fast’ and ‘Travelling Blind’ fame) and his company Traveleyes - to offer a unique challenge, where sighted and visually impaired adventurers travel together discovering the authentic rural culture of Morocco.

This year, SeeAbility turns 220 – and to celebrate we’re inviting you to join us on an extraordinary 5 day trek to the top of Mount Toubkal.   

This tough but incredibly rewarding challenge is designed for beginners, but you must be comfortable hiking all day through moderately difficult terrain. Our route will involve steep climbs in high altitude (up to 4167 metres above sea level), mostly on upper foothill mule tracks that are seldom flat.

We’ll conclude our challenge in Marrakech where you can refine your bartering skills in the maze of souqs or perhaps you’ll head to a traditional hammam for some well-deserved rest and recuperation.


We ask participants to pay a £200 registration fee to book onto this trek.

You will then need to fundraise an additional £1,200. A portion of your fundraising will cover your challenge costs and the rest will go towards for SeeAbility’s life changing work and don’t worry, we’ll be there to support you every step of the way. 

    What’s Included?

    Traveleyes group crossing a river in Morocco

    We’ll be partnering with Traveleyes, the World leaders for group travel with blind and sighted travellers, who will provide participants with:

    • Flights and transfers from the UK (London Gatwick, times TBA)
    • All breakfasts, lunches and dinners
    • 3 full days trekking in the Atlas Mountains
    • 2 nights accommodation in Marrakesh
    • 2 nights accommodation in the Toubkal Refuge
    • Services of local guides
    • Services of a Traveleyes tour manager.

    Want to join us?

    Find out more or sign up below.

    Book now


    • SeeAbility would like to reassure anyone thinking of joining us on this trek that TravelEyes takes the safety of their clients very seriously. We will be travelling in a group with guides and staying in safe accommodations each night and will continue to heed Foreign Office Advice regarding travel in this region.