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Travel/Study trips bring the best of traveling and studying together in a way that is uniquely Stanford. Whether it's watching evolution in action in the Galápagos or walking in the footsteps of past pilgrims in France and Spain, Stanford Travel/Study trips are as unforgettable as they are educational. Take a peek at a few of our past adventures, and when you're ready to book your own trip, check out the full list.

Tuscany Family Adventure
On this special, family-oriented trip, multiple generations were able to soak up la dolce vita with Professor Barbara Pitkin. Travelers stayed in a 13th-century castle and explored Florence and the surrounding hill towns. Fun and learning went hand in hand as our Young Explorer Leaders introduced the kids to new friends and experiences.More trips like this >>
Camino de Santiago Walk
Professor Carolyn Lougee and host Peter Watson led Stanford travelers along the ancient pilgrimage route from St. Jean Pied-de-Port in France across northern Spain to Santiago de Compostela. This meaningful journey culminated in a visit to the Cathedral of Saint James, believed to be the saint's final resting place.More trips like this >>
Galápagos Field Seminar
Stanford students and alumni journeyed together to nature's wonderland, the Galápagos. With the guidance of Professor William Durham, '71, travelers explored earth's "living laboratory" with a focus on evolution and sustainability. Watch what happens when students and alumni chase wonder together.Join our next Field Seminar >>
The Nile
A quintessential Classic Journey, our Nile program introduced travelers to the amazing ancient sites of Egypt—from the Great Pyramids of Giza to the tombs of Luxor Valley and beyond. By illuminating the history of the modern era, Professor David Abernethy gave context to these rich locales.More trips like this >>