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Classic Journeys

February 22 to March 7, 2022

Nile

GLORIES OF ANCIENT AND MODERN EGYPT

Explore Egypt’s historical and cultural riches with exclusive tours of its temples, tombs, mystifying pyramids and great cities, including sites not open to the public. 

March 2 to 15, 2022

Patagonia Expedition

JOURNEY TO THE END OF THE EARTH

WIth faculty leader Stephan Graham, journey to South America's southernmost region and revel in the array of stunning landscapes--towering mountain ranges, massive glacier fields, sapphire and aquamarine lakes and rugged coastlines populated by elephant seals and Magellanic penguins.

April 8 to 17, 2022

Cruising the Danube

ABOARD THE CRYSTAL RAVEL

Join Ambassador Steven Pifer for two nights in Berlin and seven nights aboard the elegant six-star riverboat Crystal Ravel as we make our way from the Bavarian town of Vilshofen along the Danube River to Budapest.

April 19 to 28, 2022

Dutch Waterways

MASTERPIECES OF ART AND NATURE

Journey through the idyllic countryside that inspired a genre and a generation of Dutch and Flemish masters with art history professor Alexander Nemerov.

May 7 to 16, 2022

Around Sicily

CROSSROADS OF CIVILIZATIONS

Travel with political scientist Abbas Milani aboard the delightful and intimate 28-passenger yacht Callisto, calling upon several of Sicily’s most inviting towns and cities, including Monreale, Palermo and Taormina, and ancient sites such as Agrigento and Segesta.

May 9 to 19, 2022

New Zealand

MAGNIFICIENT MOUNTAINS AND LUMINOUS LAKES

Flying aboard our private SAAB 340 for four legs of our trip lets us eliminate some long drives and maximize our time exploring South and North Islands’ natural treasures.

May 23 to June 4, 2022

Atlantic Coast of Europe

VOYAGE FROM BILBAO TO NORMANDY

Spend two nights in San Sebastian, Spain, before boarding the brand-new three-masted Sea Cloud Spirit for a cruise along the coasts of France and Spain with history professor Carolyn Lougee, ending with two nights in glorious Paris.

June 21 to July 1, 2022

Wales, England and Scotland by Rail

TRAVERSE THE HIGHLANDS

Relive bygone eras on two day trips aboard vintage private trains and a two-night train journey aboard the luxurious Royal Scotsman with English professor Elaine Treharne.

June 24 to July 6, 2022

Southern Africa

SOUTH AFRICA, BOTSWANA AND ZAMBIA

Fly from Cape Town to Botswana’s Okavango Delta, visit the incomparable Victoria Falls in Zambia and fly to South Africa’s private Sabi Sands Game Reserve. 

August 9 to 19, 2022

Baltic Sea

NATION-HOPPING ABOARD THE HEBRIDEAN SKY

Cruise around the Baltic Sea aboard the all-suite Hebridean Sky, beginning and ending in Sweden with stops in Latvia, Estonia, Russia and Finland. 

August 23 to September 5, 2022

Grand European Rail Journey

FROM LONDON TO MILAN

Travel by some of the most famous modes of European transportation through four countries and seven cities with Professor Scott Pearson, delighting in each region’s food, wine, art and architecture. 

September 17 to 26, 2022

Aegean Sea

CRADLE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION

Explore millennia of human history and mythology with classics professor Marsh McCall, who reads from the works of Homer and Virgil in situ as we cruise from Athens to Crete, Rhodes and Turkey.

October 2 to 12, 2022

Southern Australia and Tasmania

AN EXPEDITION OFF THE BEATEN TRACK

Travel with geophysicist Mike McWilliams to the coastal capital cities of Hobart and Adelaide and discover the dramatic scenery of Tasmania.

October 6 to 20, 2022

Along the Mekong

A NEW LOOK AT VIETNAM, LAOS AND CAMBODIA

Cruise the waterways of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, stopping at the villages that are dependent on the rivers for economic, social and spiritual survival, and meeting their inhabitants.

November 25 to December 8, 2022

Spice Islands and Beyond

UNDERWATER EDENS OF EASTERN INDONESIA

Cruise aboard the privately chartered Aqua Blu to snorkel and dive among the remote Spice (Molucca) Islands off the northwest coast of New Guinea and the Raja Ampat archipelago, a system of protected marine areas that harbors more than 75 percent of the world’s coral and fish species.

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