Join the Halifax Chamber in Morocco

View of the harbour of Rabat, Morocco located in the river Bou Regreg at the mouth of the Atlantic Ocean.

Embark on an extraordinary 12 day journey and uncover the wonders of Morocco with the Halifax Chamber of Commerce and Niche Travel Group’s Adventure Specialist, Valerie Eisnor. Prepare to be captivated as we invite you to join us on an immersive expedition to Discover the Treasures of Morocco!

With only six spots remaining, this exclusive opportunity awaits at an incredible price of just $3,798 Canadian, which includes flights from Halifax to Casablanca via Montreal. Immerse yourself in the allure of this exotic adventure scheduled from November 9 to November 20, 2023.

Journey to the country where ancient history, vibrant cities, and stunning natural beauty await at every turn. Get ready for an experience that will leave you awe-inspired and with memories to last a lifetime.

How can you reserve your spot on this amazing adventure to Morocco:

Please use the secure booking link below to learn more about this tour and to reserve your spot today:

If you’d like to know more about this trip or require any assistance signing up, please contact Val Eisnor directly at or 902 225 1065

If you’re excited about this tour but would rather travel in 2024?  We are currently organizing an exclusive small group tour to Morocco with Intrepid Travel for April 2024.

Looking for a personalized touch? We offer the flexibility to customize this Treasures of Morocco Tour and tailor the itinerary to include specific destinations, add unique cultural experiences, or extend your stay in your favorite locations. Let us create a bespoke journey that perfectly suits your preferences and creates cherished memories.

These are the TOP stops on this amazing tour with the Chamber of Commerce

1. Casablanca – Where Tradition Meets Modernity

Our journey begins in Casablanca, the colorful economic capital of Morocco. Explore the blend of modernity and tradition as you stroll along the bustling streets. Marvel at the iconic Hassan II Mosque, one of the largest mosques in the world, with its stunning architecture and intricate details.

Interesting fact: The Hassan II Mosque features the world’s tallest minaret, standing at an impressive height of 210 meters. It took over 10,000 artisans to complete this architectural masterpiece.

2. Rabat and Volubilis – A Glimpse into Ancient Roman Times

Discover the best-preserved Roman architecture in Rabat and Volubilis. Immerse yourself in history as you explore the ruins of Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Admire the beautifully preserved mosaics and marvel at the grandeur of the Roman Empire that once thrived in this ancient city.

Interesting fact: Volubilis is home to some of the finest examples of Roman mosaics in North Africa. These intricate artworks provide a fascinating glimpse into the daily lives and cultural influences of the Roman inhabitants.

3. Fez – The Spiritual Capital

Experience the spiritual heart of Morocco in Fez, the religious and intellectual capital of the country. Lose yourself in the labyrinthine streets of the UNESCO-listed Fes Medina, one of the world’s largest medieval cities. Explore the vibrant souks, visit the ancient Al-Qarawiyyin University, and witness the artisans practicing traditional crafts handed down through generations.

Interesting fact: Al-Qarawiyyin University, founded in 859 AD, is recognized by UNESCO and the Guinness World Records as the oldest existing, continually operating educational institution in the world.

4. Bin El Ouidane – Nature’s Serene Paradise

Indulge in the tranquility of Bin El Ouidane, a small town nestled in the Atlas Mountains. Prepare to be enchanted by the breathtaking Bin El Ouidane Lake, offering a picturesque landscape that seems straight out of a postcard. The deep blue waters, lush green surroundings, and earthy tones of brown create a captivating canvas.

Interesting fact: Bin El Ouidane Lake is not only a scenic gem but also a popular spot for water sports enthusiasts. Take part in thrilling activities such as kayaking, canoeing, and fishing while enjoying the serenity of this natural wonder.

5. Marrakech – The Vibrant “Red City”

Conclude our journey in the mesmerizing city of Marrakech, also known as the “Red City.” Immerse yourself in the bustling streets, vibrant markets, and stunning architecture. Lose yourself in the maze-like alleys of the medina, visit historical landmarks such as the Bahia Palace, and witness the lively atmosphere of Djemaa el-Fna square.

Interesting fact: Marrakech is home to the largest traditional Berber market in Morocco, called Souk Semmarine. Its vibrant colors, aromatic spices, and bustling energy create an unforgettable sensory experience.

Join us on this captivating journey through Morocco, where ancient traditions, architectural wonders, and natural beauty converge to create a truly unforgettable travel experience.