Charming Morocco

12 Days / 9 Nights

  Casablanca - Rabat - Chefchaouen - Volubilis - Meknes - Fes - Merzouga - Ouarzazate - Marrakesh

12 Days / 9 Nights   |  From SGD 4,288

Charming Morocco

  Casablanca - Rabat - Chefchaouen - Volubilis - Meknes - Fes - Merzouga - Ouarzazate - Marrakesh

Visit Morocco to witness and be mesmerised by the wonders and colourful aspects of the country that it has to offer! Swipe through these photos for some of the activities and places you will get to experience. 

It probably the best way to experience Morocco! 

Departure dates: 2019 Nov 24/ Dec 20

Departure dates: 2020 Jan 16/ Mar 19/ Apr 7/ Jun 7, 10


  • 100% Meals*
  • Free Travel Insurance
  • Glamping in Sahara Desert & Camel Ride
  • Local 5 Star Hotel
  • Chez Ali Show with Dinner
  • Rick's Cafe Dinner
  • Best Gourmet Experience
  • 2N Stay in Fes & Marrakech


  • 1 night in Casablanca
  • 1 night in Rabat
  • 1 night in Chefchaouen
  • 2 night in Fes
  • 1 night in Merzouga
  • 1 night in Ouarzazate
  • 2 night in Marrakesh





Depart Singapore and ready for a country where African, Arab
and European cultures are entwined. A land of tolerance, a
blend of cultures and religions, a country known for its amazing
hospitality. The fascinating mixture of history, art, food, music
and architecture make it an unforgettable destination.



Hassan II Mosque - is a mosque located in Casablanca built
partly on the sea, it is a religious and cultural complex, built
on nine hectares and includes a prayer room, ablution room,
baths, a Koranic school (madrasa), a library and a museum. The
prayer hall can accommodate 25,000 faithful with a total area
of 20,000 m2. And the esplanade 80 000 faithful (the complete
set can accommodate 105 000 people). The Hassan II mosque
is one of the largest mosques in the world, has a minaret with a
height of 210m, the highest in the world.

Quartier Habous - is one of the most picturesque
places in Casablanca. It’s a neighborhood of the city with a
quiet marketplace. With no crowds, it’s considered as the new
Medina of the city.

The Corniche - Known for its string of glamorous Atlantic
beach clubs, is popular with a fashionable crowd of sunbathers
and surfers. After dark, the action moves to the area’s trendy
nightclubs, and sea-facing bar terraces. Dining options along
Boulevard de la Corniche range from simple counter-serve
joints to fancy French restaurants.



Kasbah Oudayas - Set in Morocco’s capital on the mouth
of the Bou Regreg river, the Udayas Kasbah (or as it’s also
known, Oudayas Kasbah) is one of the country’s most unique
sites, builted in the 12th century.

Hassan Tower – Ordered by Sultan Yaqoub al Mansour to build
the tower that was supposed to be the largest minaret in the world.
His death in 1199 stopped construction on the mosque. Despite
the incompleteness, the construction consists of several walls and
200 columns that was supposed to be a mosque has an undeniable

Mohammed V Mausoleum - King Hassan II commissioned
the construction for his late father, Mohamed V, in the year 1962.
construction was completed in 1971. Sultan Mohamed V ruled over
Morocco for two terms. He is remembered and noted for his efforts
in the fight for Morocco’s independence. Both his sons, King Hassan
II and Prince Abdallah, were buried alongside him.



Chefchaouen (The Blue City) – A Magical place that’s
known by many—especially Instagram & Pinterest addicts—as
simply the “Blue City”. The Berber city was founded in 1471 with the
construction of its walled kasbah and fortress (defense against the
Portuguese). Chefchaouen translates to “blue pearl,” and it’s indeed
a rare, stunning gem. If you love Santorini and other Greek villages
that defy gravity with their Lego-like stacked structures on cliffs and
hillsides, you’ll adore Chefchaouen.



Meknes - a city in northern Morocco, known for its imperial past
with remnants including Bab Mansour, a huge gate with arches
and mosaic tiling. The gate leads into the former imperial city. The
Mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Ismail, who made the city his capital
in the 17th century.

Volubilis - one of Morocco’s best-preserved Roman ruins.
Established before the Christian Era, at a time when the area was part of Mauretania, Volubilis was considered the administrative center of the kingdom of Mauretania and also one of the most remote cities within the Roman Empire, located in the far southwestern region.

Moulay Idriss – a holy town for Muslim, the burial place of
Moulay Idris Al Akbar, a great-grandson of the Prophet Muhammad.
A town in northern Morocco located over two hills at the base of
Mount Zerhoun.



Al-Attarine Medersa - located on the edge of the spice and perfume market in the fascinating medina of Fez, Morocco. Its proximity to the spice and perfume market gave rise to Medersa el-Attarine’s Arabic name. it was commissioned to be built by the Marinid Sultan Ya’qub Abu Said Uthman II and was completed in 1325.

Nejjarine Square - In the heart of the Medina, close to the carpenters’ souk, Nejjarine Square is one of Fez’s most beautiful
historic squares, best known for its distinctive centerpiece – the
Nejjarine water fountain.

Dar Batha Museum - Before becoming a museum in 1915, the building was a beautiful palace of Arab-Andalusian style, built by Moulay el Hassan in the late nineteenth century.

Chouara Tannery - Built in the 11th century, it is the largest tannery in the city. It is located in the Fes el Bali, the oldest Medina quarter of the city. The tanning industry has been continually operating in the same fashion as it did in the early centuries, today, the tanning industry in the city is considered one of the main tourist attractions. The tanneries are packed with the round stone vessels filled with dye or white liquids for softening the hides.

Fes Medina - Founded in the 9th century and home to the oldest university in the world, Fez reached its height in the 13th–14th centuries under the Marinids, when it replaced Marrakesh as the capital of the kingdom, enjoy some free time shopping before dinner.



Sand dunes with 4x4 – Change to a 4x4 from Erfoud to the desert city of Merzouga a small town in the Sahara Desert near the Algerian border.

Camel Trekking Ride - a trip to the Sahara Desert Morocco is an experience everyone should have at least once in their life. A journey well worth the effort and you will have fond memories to last you forever. Imagine yourself on top a camel, trekking in the Sahara Desert. There is nothing around you and all you can hear are the footsteps of the camel on the soft sand. The sky is vast and clear in the day and filled with millions of bright stars at night. It is a very peaceful experience, one raley known to most of the Western world.

Glamping in the Desert - enjoy modern home comforts in a traditional setting, you can enjoy an unforgettable evening, accompanied by traditional Berber music, under an incredible
sky filled with stars, sunset and the sunrise, a view not to be
missed. It is a once in a life time opportunity to escape the
crowds of cities and get away from the outside world to enjoy a
magical desert experience.



Todra Gorge - Situated on the east side of the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco, the Todra Gorge is recognized around the world as one of the most spectacular canyons. The Todra is the name of the last 600 meters (just under 2,000 feet) of the canyons. In places, this gorge measures just 33 feet across, but the cliffs are more than 500 feet tall on either side. The river has since dried up, leaving only the imagination to picture the powerful natural forces that once carved this region.



Kasbah Taourirt - built in the 19th century & reached the height of importance during the 1930s, when the el Glaoui powers were at their peak. The palace has close to 300 rooms and within the kasbah were more than 20 riads. Atlas Film Studio - stretches across northern Africa, Atlas Film Studios is the largest film studio in the world. Covering more than 322,000 square feet of desert, a popular tourist destination.

Ait Benhaddou Kasbah – a fortified city full of towering kasbahs and crumbling walls took beatings from the brutal rains, its citizens defected into more modern digs on the other side of the Ounila River, except for a stubborn few that remain in the formerly majestic ksar. A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, Aït Benhaddou was once a major stop along the caravan route between Marrakech and the Sahara.

DAY 10


Koutoubia Mosque - the largest mosque in Marrakesh, Morocco. Located in the district of the south-west Medina of Marrakesh. The mosque is decorated with curved windows, a strip of ceramic, pointed merlons and decorative arches; it has a large square with gardens. The minaret, 77 meters high, includes an arrow and orbs. It was completed under the reign of the Berber Almohad caliph Yaqub al-Mansour (1184-1199).

Marrakesh Souk - Located in the very heart of the Medina, the most famous of Morocco for their diversity and the atmosphere the souks of Marrakesh are unique in the world in their organization and size.enjoy some free time shopping before dinner.

DAY 11


Airport - Bid goodbye to the amazing new friends you’ve made along your trip together with Dreamcation Cruises & Tours!

DAY 12



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