TRAVEL THE WORLD!

A special benefit for members of the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire; trips arranged by the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia and cooperating Councils across the countryWAC Philadelphia has established connections around the globe that allow us to offer members access that they can't get when traveling alone or on other tours

The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia began its extraordinary offering of educational tours with our landmark trip to the People's Republic of China in 1977, when we were among the first westerners to enter this fascinating country. Since then, the Council has designed frequent trips around the globe, visiting such diverse locations as Vietnam, Egypt, the Netherlands, Morocco, Antarctica, and Cuba, plus locations like the Pacific Northwest and the Antebellum South here in the U.S. The trips the Council sponsors offer all the highlights of touring plus access to political leaders and other local experts who give behind the scenes views and briefings that make our trips special and unique.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR LIFELONG LEARNING TOURS

Lands of Merchants by private jet

JAN 16, 2019 — FEB 06, 2019

Travel with Ambassador Robin Raphel to Greece, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives by private jet.


$99,950 per person

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Antarctica

JAN 26, 2019 — FEB 08, 2019

Few Tickets Left

A spectacular 14-day journey featuring a nine-night cruise to Antarctica aboard the 200-passenger L’ AUSTRAL.


Early booking discount extended! From $9,995 per person- a savings of $1,000!

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Singapore, Thailand & Angkor Wat

JAN 29, 2019 — FEB 11, 2019

Wait List Only

A 10-night journey including a two-night train journey aboard the elegant Eastern & Oriental Express.


$6,795 per person

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Caribbean Cruise

JAN 29, 2019 — FEB 05, 2019

Join Ambassador Philip Hughes as you cruise aboard the Sea Cloud to Barbados, St. Lucia, Nevis, St. Kitts and St. Eustatius, and St. Barthélemy before stepping ashore at Iles des Saintes, and conclude in Antigua.


From $8,999 per person

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Southern Africa

FEB 17, 2019 — MAR 04, 2019

Sold Out

With Charles Frankel

Thrilling safaris, spectacular coastal scenery, natural wonders and inspiring human stories await you on a 12-night adventure in Southern Africa. Marvel at Victoria Falls; discover Cape Town, Johannesburg and Soweto; and enjoy the elegance of Rovos Rail.


From $7,545 per person

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Egypt & the Nile

FEB 25, 2019 — MAR 11, 2019

Sold Out

Begin in vibrant Cairo and journey on to the Great Pyramids, Abu Simbel, and the Upper Nile for a fascinating three-night cruise on Lake Nasser. Embark on a second four-night cruise from Aswan to Luxor, before ending in Old Cairo.


$5,297 including air from Boston, New York, or Washington, DC (other gateways available)

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Israel

MAR 16, 2019 — MAR 25, 2019

With Norm Olsen

Discover the history and culture of Israel on this small-group program. Explore Jaffa, Akko, Masada, cruise the Sea of Galilee and more!


$4,445 per person

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Northern Lights of Finland

APR 11, 2019 — APR 18, 2019

With Dr. Carla Thorson

Experience the northern lights, reindeer encounters, and Arctic treasures with an overnight stay in a glass and snow igloo. Substantive briefings throughout!


$4,999 per person

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Jewels of the Indian Ocean by private jet

APR 23, 2019 — MAY 16, 2019

Travel with Ambassador Vicki Huddleston to the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, India, Mauritius, Reunion, Madagascar, Mozambique, and the Seychelles, all by private jet.


$115,950 per person

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Ethiopia & Kenya Seminar

MAY 01, 2019 — MAY 16, 2019

Travel to Ethiopia and Kenya to take an inside look at the ways that communities are striving to evolve their societies with an itinerary custom built to educate and inform.


$7,795 per person

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Inside Washington, D.C.

MAY 06, 2019 — MAY 11, 2019

Our hallmark program! 5-night schedule of inside the beltway small-group briefings and cultural highlights.


$2,950 per person

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Provence & Burgundy

MAY 15, 2019 — MAY 23, 2019

Book by Dec. 3 to save!

Explore Arles, Avignon, Orange, Beaune, Lyon and the Beaujolais vineyards. Michelle Harpenau, Executive Director, World Affairs Council of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, will be leading this tour.


From $3,995 per person

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Balkans by private jet

MAY 17, 2019 — JUN 02, 2019

From the cosmopolitan capitals of Pristina, Belgrade and Sarajevo to the artisan traditions of Ljubljana, delve into the region’s rich cultural diversity. Discover how religion, culture and notions of empire contributed to the identity of these countries today.


$68,950 per person

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Celtic Lands

MAY 28, 2019 — JUN 07, 2019

Wait List Only

Cruise for eight nights aboard the M.S.LE BORÉAL from Scotland to Wales, Ireland, France and England. Meet Dwight David Eisenhower II and Allen Packwood. Visit the beaches of Normandy on the 75th Anniversary of the historic D-Day landings.


From $6,895 per person

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Arctic Expedition

Book by Dec. 14 to save!

Voyage through the Arctic Circle on this extraordinary 11-day itinerary featuring a seven-night cruise on the Five-Star L’AUSTRAL. Accompanied by Dr. Carla Thorson, explore the politics of this Arctic region.


From $6,995 per person

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Tuscany Biking

JUN 25, 2019 — JUN 30, 20

With Jim Falk

Bike from the verdant hills of the Tuscan countryside to the crystalline waters of the Silver Coast. From the hilltop medieval village of Capalbio, to the beautiful beaches of Ansedonia, take in stunning views of the sea. Dine and taste celebrated Tuscan wines at state-of-the-art Le Mortelle winery.


$5,999 per person

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Northern Summer by private jet

JUN 28, 2019 — JUL 20, 2019

Follow the footsteps of great explorers who charted our planet’s vast northern expanses. Travel to the world’s northernmost reaches on one all-inclusive journey.


$104,950 per person

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Grand Seine

JUN 29, 2019 — JUL 07, 2019

No single supplement! Book by Dec. 18 to save!

Along with Francophile Mimi Gregory, cruise for seven nights aboard the 106-guest MS Renoir to Honfleur, Giverny, Omaha Beach and end in Paris.


From $3,695 per person

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Mongolia

JUL 08, 2019 — JUL 20, 2019

With Dr. Jerry Leach

Take a step into the culture and traditions of nomadic Mongolia. Explore Ulaanbaatar, the great Gobi Desert with a featured demonstration of Mongolia’s strong cultural heritage at the Naadam celebration.

$7,695 per person

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Alaska & the Inside Passage

JUL 13, 2019 — JUL 20, 2019

Book by Dec. 7 to save!

Cruise aboard the Le Soléal to experience unspoiled islands and fjords and historic gold-rush-era towns. Specially arranged expert lecturers join you on board.


From $4,295 per person

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February 4 – 18, Ancient Cities & Colonial Splendors of Sri Lanka:  A land of mist-covered mountains, golden beaches, verdant valleys and lush jungles, and a unique culture with warm, hospitable people.  $4,395 plus airfare.Limited space remains!  Book before November 11 and save $250 per person!

February 20 – March 5, Mysteries of Myanmar:  Begin in Yangon and fly to Bagan.  Travel to Mandalay and Inle Lake.  L.J. Stambuk will facilitate briefings with the U.S. Ambassador and with Myanmar experts on this nascent democracy. Optional 4-day/3-night post-tour extension to Angkor Wat, Cambodia.  $5,898 including air from NY!

February 22 – March 2, Island Life of Cuba:  In addition to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Old Havana, visit Matanzas, Santa Clara, Guanabacoa, Regla and Pinar del Río. Accompanied by experienced Cuban hosts, explore the political history, culture, art, language and cuisine of daily Cuban life.  From $5,295 including charter air round-trip Miami/Havana.  Book by October 31 and save $500 per person!

March 6 - 14, 2015, Inside Tunisia:  Join Craig SnyderPresident & CEO World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, to explore Tunisia's road to democracy post-Arab Spring through a series of substantive briefings.  Archaeological sightseeing including Carthage and Bardo Museum; El Jem’s Roman amphitheater; and Kairouan’s 7th century Great Mosque.  Dougga and Bulia Regia optional extension. $3,750 per person plus airfare. 

March 8 – 21, Bangkok to Bali:  Discover Bangkok and visit Wat Po. Cruise the Chao Phraya River. Then, travel for three nights aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express Train with a daily excursion off the train. Explore lively Singapore before flying to Bali. Join popular Council leader, Denise Bala, who will arrange a U.S. Embassy. From $6,545 per person plus airfare.  Book by November 11 and save $250 per person!

April 6 - 20; May 18 - June 1; or October 5 - 19, Inside Iran:  Begin in Tehran, fly to Kerman, continue to Yazd, Shiraz and end in Isfahan.  Throughout this program a highlight will be the Iranian people you will meet on your journey and a series of briefings conducted by your Council leader with experts on the contemporary issues of the day. Three departures quickly sold out in 2014!

April 8 – 26, China and Tibet and the Yangtze River:  On this distinctive journey start in Beijing and then travel to Xian and Lhasa.  Embark on a Yangtze River cruise before ending in Shanghai.  Many “meet the people” opportunities and a Council leader will coordinate a briefing at the U.S. Embassy. Optional 3-day/2-night post-tour extension in Shanghai.  

April 23 – May 1, European Coastal Civilizations with David Eisenhower: Cruise aboard the 200-guest M.S. LE BORÉAL along the coasts of Portugal, Spain, France and Guernsey. David Eisenhower, grandson of General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower, will share his personal insights during an onboard lecture and accompany you to the beaches of Normandy. Pre-Cruise Option in Lisbon and Post-Cruise Option in Paris and Giverny.  From $4,995 per person plus airfare.  Book by September 30 and save $1,000 per person!

May 3 – 14, Burgundy and Provence River cruise:  During this delightful 12-day journey, a pageant of wine country and picturesque villages entices you on a course through the heart of la belle France.  Begin in Monte Carlo before transferring to Arles to board the 138-guest Avalon Scenery. Sail to Avignon, Viviers, Lyon, and Beaune before transferring to your hotel in Paris.  Enjoy educational experiences at every stop with Council Leader, Anna Berry.  From $3,995 per person plus airfare.  Book by November 14 and receive a free expedition library.

May 15 – 23, Bilbao and Madrid:  Northern Spain is a must-see destination with arguably the finest food in Spain and world class museums.  Start in Bilbao and then drive to the hills of Roja.  Spend three days in Madrid to explore not only its legendary museums, plazas, and palaces, but also to experience the city’s diplomatic world. Leading this tour will be Ambassador Heather Hodges.

May 19 – 29, Life Along the Elbe River:  Begin with two hotel nights in Berlin where special council briefings will be added.  Cruise for seven nights aboard the 88-guest M.S. SWISS RUBY. Explore the Elbe River Valley, from Germany’s “Saxon Switzerland” to Baroque palaces of Dresden and the historic Old Town of Prague. Meet local residents for a personal perspective of the region’s modern life. Dr. Pamela Zeiser will lecture on the cruise.  Post-Cruise Option in Prague.  Book by November 17 and save $1,000 per person!

June 4 – 13, Baltics Sea Cruise:  Experience the Baltic States, on this six-country, eight-night cruise aboard the 200-guest M.S. LE BORÉAL. Hear a keynote presentation by former President of Poland Lech Walesa.  On board, and lecturing during the full cruise, will be Dr. Sergei N. Khrushchev, a professor at Brown University and son of Nikita Khrushchev and World Affairs Council of Philadelphia President & CEO, Craig Snyder, who will discuss current political issues of the Baltic states. Begin in Copenhagen and disembark in Stockholm.  Norway Pre- Cruise and Stockholm Post-Cruise Options.  From $5,995 per person plus airfare.  Book by December 4 and save $1,000 per person!

June 11 – 26, Norwegian Splendor:  From Copenhagen and Oslo to magnificent fjord country, encounter Scandinavia at its best, both on and off the beaten path. Dr. Gail Stevenson will accompany the group adding briefings on energy and the environment as well as political and economic issues.  4-day/3-night Stockholm extension offered.

June 15 - 23, Coastal Life from the Adriatic to the Aegean:  Visit five countries and up to eight UNESCO World Heritage sites aboard the 200-guestM.S. LE LYRIAL. Explore Split, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Montenegro, and Albania. Enjoy an exclusive forum with local residents. Maria Wulff will add political commentary on board.  Venice Pre-Cruise and Athens Post-Cruise Options.  From $3,995 per person plus airfare.  Book by November 24 and save $1,000 per person!

July 18 - 25, Alaska's Glaciers and the Inside Passage:  Cruise for seven nights from Juneau, Alaska to Vancouver, British Columbia, aboard the 220-guest M.S. L’AUSTRAL. Discover an up-close perspective of southeastern Alaska’s natural beauty.  An onboard team of naturalists will provide a series of lectures along with other lectures on energy and environmental issues. Five-night Pre-Cruise to Fairbanks and the heart of the great Denali National Park and a Post-Cruise to Vancouver.  From $3,995 per person plus airfare.

August 8 - 23, Grand Danube Passage:  This very popular tour is back for 2015!  Cruise with hotel stays in Sofia and Prague:  Begin this with a two-night stay in Sofia and continue with an eight-night cruise of the Danube aboard MS Amadeus Silver. Conclude your adventure with three nights in Prague.  Enjoy the splendors of Belgrade, Budapest, Bratislava and Vienna.  From $4,845 plus airfare.  No single supplement special offer- Wait Listed.  Book by October 1, 2014 and save $500 per person! Please mention promotion code SAVE107

August 14 – 22, Oxford and the Cotswolds:  Savor three nights in a charming hotel in the heart of the Cotswolds and four nights in an historic five-star hotel in Oxford. A highlight will be a specially arranged visit to Highclere Castle, known to millions as Downton Abbey. Accompanying will be Joan Russell, Vice President of Travel, native-born Brit and huge fan of Downton Abbey.Three-night Cambridge Pre-Program and three-night Canterbury Post-Program Options.  From $3,595 plus airfare.

August 17 – 28, South Africa:  Immerse yourself in South Africa’s fascinating culture and enjoy beautiful scenery from outstanding vineyards, boasting gold medal-winning wines; to magnificent seascapes; to Kruger National Park abounding in ‘Big Five’ wildlife.  Additional meet-the-people opportunities and a U.S. Consulate briefing. Accompanying our Council group will be Dr. Carla Thorson.Optional post-tour extension to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

September 17 – October 6, Eastern Europe and Beyond by Private Jet: Enjoy special access to iconic sights, experience distinctive performances and indulge in the culinary delights of Berlin, Moscow, Prague and other centers of Eastern Europe.  Enjoy the best available properties at each destination.  Traveling with 78 guests aboard a private jet is the only way to experience so many world highlights in one trip!  

September 30 – October 8, Treasures of Northern Italy - unpack once in Ferrara:  Italy’s Emilia Romagna region is celebrated for its stunning landscape, its array of art and architecture, delectable wines and sumptuous cuisine. Meet-the-people opportunities with special presentations about local history and culture including a visit to a local winery will enrich the tour.  $3,245 per person plus airfare.  Book by March 3, 2015 and save $500 per person!

October 14 – 25, North Africa Cruise:  This voyage aboard the 100-guestCorinthian focuses on the many varied cultures that contribute to the rich cultural history of the region. Travel to Sardinia and explore famed Carthage.  Continue to sites in Algeria and Tipasa. Our third Maghreb country is Morocco.  Attend lectures by Ambassador Mark Johnson and reflect on the journey before disembarking in Lisbon. 

October 12 – 27, Viet Nam and Cambodia:  Journey through the heart of Viet Nam & Cambodia featuring a 7-night cruise aboard the 68-passenger R.V. Mekong Navigator. Several meet-the-people opportunities throughout the tour.  Two U.S. Embassy briefings. Stay in Hanoi, Siem Riep and Ho Chi Minh City. Two-night Hanoi/Ha Long Bay optional Pre-program and/or a 3-night Bangkok optional Post-program. Book by May 8, 2015 for free air!

October 21 – November 5, Indonesia - Magical Islands of Java & Bali: Travel to a land with rich traditions, where religion prevails, and the arts thrive. In Bali’s highlands, stay in Ubud with its vibrant market, and participate in cultural workshops. Fly to Yogyakarta, Java, a center for art and visit thousand-year-old temples. Ferry to Bali for beachfront Nusa Dua, and visit the famous sea temple and Denpasar where our Council leader will coordinate a U.S. consular briefing. 

October 27 – November 7, Voyage to Antiquity:  Athens to Istanbul: Cruise aboard the 70-guest M.Y. VARIETY VOYAGER to Paros and Symi in Greece; Antalya and  Bodrum, Turkey for sites of antiquity. In Turkey enjoy a land program in Istanbul and Cappadocia. Council leader Jim Falk will share knowledge of the current political landscape of the region.  Athens Pre-Program.  From $6,995 per person plus airfare.

February 4 – 18, Ancient Cities & Colonial Splendors of Sri Lanka:  A land of mist-covered mountains, golden beaches, verdant valleys and lush jungles, and a unique culture with warm, hospitable people.  $4,395 plus airfare.Limited space remains!  Book before November 11 and save $250 per person!

February 20 – March 5, Mysteries of Myanmar:  Begin in Yangon and fly to Bagan.  Travel to Mandalay and Inle Lake.  L.J. Stambuk will facilitate briefings with the U.S. Ambassador and with Myanmar experts on this nascent democracy. Optional 4-day/3-night post-tour extension to Angkor Wat, Cambodia.  $5,898 including air from NY!

February 22 – March 2, Island Life of Cuba:  In addition to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Old Havana, visit Matanzas, Santa Clara, Guanabacoa, Regla and Pinar del Río. Accompanied by experienced Cuban hosts, explore the political history, culture, art, language and cuisine of daily Cuban life.  From $5,295 including charter air round-trip Miami/Havana.  Book by October 31 and save $500 per person!

March 6 - 14, 2015, Inside Tunisia:  Join Craig SnyderPresident & CEO World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, to explore Tunisia's road to democracy post-Arab Spring through a series of substantive briefings.  Archaeological sightseeing including Carthage and Bardo Museum; El Jem’s Roman amphitheater; and Kairouan’s 7th century Great Mosque.  Dougga and Bulia Regia optional extension. $3,750 per person plus airfare. 

March 8 – 21, Bangkok to Bali:  Discover Bangkok and visit Wat Po. Cruise the Chao Phraya River. Then, travel for three nights aboard the Eastern & Oriental Express Train with a daily excursion off the train. Explore lively Singapore before flying to Bali. Join popular Council leader, Denise Bala, who will arrange a U.S. Embassy. From $6,545 per person plus airfare.  Book by November 11 and save $250 per person!

April 6 - 20; May 18 - June 1; or October 5 - 19, Inside Iran:  Begin in Tehran, fly to Kerman, continue to Yazd, Shiraz and end in Isfahan.  Throughout this program a highlight will be the Iranian people you will meet on your journey and a series of briefings conducted by your Council leader with experts on the contemporary issues of the day. Three departures quickly sold out in 2014!

April 8 – 26, China and Tibet and the Yangtze River:  On this distinctive journey start in Beijing and then travel to Xian and Lhasa.  Embark on a Yangtze River cruise before ending in Shanghai.  Many “meet the people” opportunities and a Council leader will coordinate a briefing at the U.S. Embassy. Optional 3-day/2-night post-tour extension in Shanghai.  

April 23 – May 1, European Coastal Civilizations with David Eisenhower: Cruise aboard the 200-guest M.S. LE BORÉAL along the coasts of Portugal, Spain, France and Guernsey. David Eisenhower, grandson of General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower, will share his personal insights during an onboard lecture and accompany you to the beaches of Normandy. Pre-Cruise Option in Lisbon and Post-Cruise Option in Paris and Giverny.  From $4,995 per person plus airfare.  Book by September 30 and save $1,000 per person!

May 3 – 14, Burgundy and Provence River cruise:  During this delightful 12-day journey, a pageant of wine country and picturesque villages entices you on a course through the heart of la belle France.  Begin in Monte Carlo before transferring to Arles to board the 138-guest Avalon Scenery. Sail to Avignon, Viviers, Lyon, and Beaune before transferring to your hotel in Paris.  Enjoy educational experiences at every stop with Council Leader, Anna Berry.  From $3,995 per person plus airfare.  Book by November 14 and receive a free expedition library.

May 15 – 23, Bilbao and Madrid:  Northern Spain is a must-see destination with arguably the finest food in Spain and world class museums.  Start in Bilbao and then drive to the hills of Roja.  Spend three days in Madrid to explore not only its legendary museums, plazas, and palaces, but also to experience the city’s diplomatic world. Leading this tour will be Ambassador Heather Hodges.

May 19 – 29, Life Along the Elbe River:  Begin with two hotel nights in Berlin where special council briefings will be added.  Cruise for seven nights aboard the 88-guest M.S. SWISS RUBY. Explore the Elbe River Valley, from Germany’s “Saxon Switzerland” to Baroque palaces of Dresden and the historic Old Town of Prague. Meet local residents for a personal perspective of the region’s modern life. Dr. Pamela Zeiser will lecture on the cruise.  Post-Cruise Option in Prague.  Book by November 17 and save $1,000 per person!

June 4 – 13, Baltics Sea Cruise:  Experience the Baltic States, on this six-country, eight-night cruise aboard the 200-guest M.S. LE BORÉAL. Hear a keynote presentation by former President of Poland Lech Walesa.  On board, and lecturing during the full cruise, will be Dr. Sergei N. Khrushchev, a professor at Brown University and son of Nikita Khrushchev and World Affairs Council of Philadelphia President & CEO, Craig Snyder, who will discuss current political issues of the Baltic states. Begin in Copenhagen and disembark in Stockholm.  Norway Pre- Cruise and Stockholm Post-Cruise Options.  From $5,995 per person plus airfare.  Book by December 4 and save $1,000 per person!

June 11 – 26, Norwegian Splendor:  From Copenhagen and Oslo to magnificent fjord country, encounter Scandinavia at its best, both on and off the beaten path. Dr. Gail Stevenson will accompany the group adding briefings on energy and the environment as well as political and economic issues.  4-day/3-night Stockholm extension offered.

June 15 - 23, Coastal Life from the Adriatic to the Aegean:  Visit five countries and up to eight UNESCO World Heritage sites aboard the 200-guestM.S. LE LYRIAL. Explore Split, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Montenegro, and Albania. Enjoy an exclusive forum with local residents. Maria Wulff will add political commentary on board.  Venice Pre-Cruise and Athens Post-Cruise Options.  From $3,995 per person plus airfare.  Book by November 24 and save $1,000 per person!

July 18 - 25, Alaska's Glaciers and the Inside Passage:  Cruise for seven nights from Juneau, Alaska to Vancouver, British Columbia, aboard the 220-guest M.S. L’AUSTRAL. Discover an up-close perspective of southeastern Alaska’s natural beauty.  An onboard team of naturalists will provide a series of lectures along with other lectures on energy and environmental issues. Five-night Pre-Cruise to Fairbanks and the heart of the great Denali National Park and a Post-Cruise to Vancouver.  From $3,995 per person plus airfare.

August 8 - 23, Grand Danube Passage:  This very popular tour is back for 2015!  Cruise with hotel stays in Sofia and Prague:  Begin this with a two-night stay in Sofia and continue with an eight-night cruise of the Danube aboard MS Amadeus Silver. Conclude your adventure with three nights in Prague.  Enjoy the splendors of Belgrade, Budapest, Bratislava and Vienna.  From $4,845 plus airfare.  No single supplement special offer- Wait Listed.  Book by October 1, 2014 and save $500 per person! Please mention promotion code SAVE107

August 14 – 22, Oxford and the Cotswolds:  Savor three nights in a charming hotel in the heart of the Cotswolds and four nights in an historic five-star hotel in Oxford. A highlight will be a specially arranged visit to Highclere Castle, known to millions as Downton Abbey. Accompanying will be Joan Russell, Vice President of Travel, native-born Brit and huge fan of Downton Abbey.Three-night Cambridge Pre-Program and three-night Canterbury Post-Program Options.  From $3,595 plus airfare.

August 17 – 28, South Africa:  Immerse yourself in South Africa’s fascinating culture and enjoy beautiful scenery from outstanding vineyards, boasting gold medal-winning wines; to magnificent seascapes; to Kruger National Park abounding in ‘Big Five’ wildlife.  Additional meet-the-people opportunities and a U.S. Consulate briefing. Accompanying our Council group will be Dr. Carla Thorson.Optional post-tour extension to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

September 17 – October 6, Eastern Europe and Beyond by Private Jet: Enjoy special access to iconic sights, experience distinctive performances and indulge in the culinary delights of Berlin, Moscow, Prague and other centers of Eastern Europe.  Enjoy the best available properties at each destination.  Traveling with 78 guests aboard a private jet is the only way to experience so many world highlights in one trip!  

September 30 – October 8, Treasures of Northern Italy - unpack once in Ferrara:  Italy’s Emilia Romagna region is celebrated for its stunning landscape, its array of art and architecture, delectable wines and sumptuous cuisine. Meet-the-people opportunities with special presentations about local history and culture including a visit to a local winery will enrich the tour.  $3,245 per person plus airfare.  Book by March 3, 2015 and save $500 per person!

October 14 – 25, North Africa Cruise:  This voyage aboard the 100-guestCorinthian focuses on the many varied cultures that contribute to the rich cultural history of the region. Travel to Sardinia and explore famed Carthage.  Continue to sites in Algeria and Tipasa. Our third Maghreb country is Morocco.  Attend lectures by Ambassador Mark Johnson and reflect on the journey before disembarking in Lisbon. 

October 12 – 27, Viet Nam and Cambodia:  Journey through the heart of Viet Nam & Cambodia featuring a 7-night cruise aboard the 68-passenger R.V. Mekong Navigator. Several meet-the-people opportunities throughout the tour.  Two U.S. Embassy briefings. Stay in Hanoi, Siem Riep and Ho Chi Minh City. Two-night Hanoi/Ha Long Bay optional Pre-program and/or a 3-night Bangkok optional Post-program. Book by May 8, 2015 for free air!

October 21 – November 5, Indonesia - Magical Islands of Java & Bali: Travel to a land with rich traditions, where religion prevails, and the arts thrive. In Bali’s highlands, stay in Ubud with its vibrant market, and participate in cultural workshops. Fly to Yogyakarta, Java, a center for art and visit thousand-year-old temples. Ferry to Bali for beachfront Nusa Dua, and visit the famous sea temple and Denpasar where our Council leader will coordinate a U.S. consular briefing. 

October 27 – November 7, Voyage to Antiquity:  Athens to Istanbul: Cruise aboard the 70-guest M.Y. VARIETY VOYAGER to Paros and Symi in Greece; Antalya and  Bodrum, Turkey for sites of antiquity. In Turkey enjoy a land program in Istanbul and Cappadocia. Council leader Jim Falk will share knowledge of the current political landscape of the region.  Athens Pre-Program.  From $6,995 per person plus airfare.


 

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