Travel Program


Contemporary and Imperial Morocco

Tour Highlights

From September 26 – October 8, 2023, LAWACTH members traveled to Morocco. Together, they explored the beauty of Rabat, Casablanca, Fez, Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains. Members had the opportunity to connect with the people and culture of Morocco, which fuses indigenous Berber traditions with Arab, Jewish, Andalusian, and other European influences. Tour highlights included:

      • Meetings with Moroccan think tanks, political officials, economists, and many more experts on culture and society
      • Seeing the tanneries of Fez, the mosques of Casablanca and Marrakech, and Berber villages
      • Experiencing beautiful landscapes and unique architecture during exclusive tours
      • Learning more about the enterprises – bazaars, agriculture, woodworking – that have helped Morocco thrive for centuries

LAWACTH Signature Travel offers members the unique opportunity to engage with countries across the globe through first-hand cultural exchange. Delegations are both informative and enjoyable — including special access to local experts, artists, entrepreneurs, and political leaders, who give private briefings and unique behind-the-scenes insights to the country’s history and current events.

For more information about participating in future Travel Program trips, please email Spencer Gross, Programs Manager, at

Learn More About our Signature Travel Program!

A designated Council staff person accompanies each tour to assist with logistics, customer services, and ensuring our members have a smooth experience from the time they sign up for the tour to when they land back home after. Having Council members travel together means that you will have the chance to meet globally-minded people from your area, who can share this experience with you during and after your travels. We look forward to traveling with you!


The Sphinx and Great Pyramids, Delegation to Egypt (2018)

Meeting with Poland’s Deputy Foreign Minister Maciej Lang at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Warsaw Tour of Eastern Europe (2019)

Private Dinner with Prime Minister of Bhutan Tshering Tobgay (Left); At UNESCO World Heritage Site Persepolis in Shiraz, Iran (Right)