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2013

BELIZE | GUATEMALA

Ancient Sites, Rain Forests & Coral Reefs:

Exploring the Natural & Archaeological Treasures of Belize and

Guatemala Aboard the American Small Cruise Ship Yorktown

January 5 – 12, 2013

2013


ANCIENT SITES, RAIN FORESTS

& CORAL REEFS

January 5 - 12, 2013 TRIP OVERVIEW

Imagine yourself following a trail through

a pristine rain forest. Overhead, the

boughs of towering mahogany and ceiba

trees form an emerald canopy, enlivened

with orchids and flowering vines. You

hear the calls of exotic tropical birds, the

rumble of a distant waterfall, the roar of

howler monkeys. Where is this traveler’s

paradise? Much closer than you think.

Just a short flight away from the United

States is Belize, home to untouched

natural marvels and fascinating Maya

cities. This winter, we invite you to join us

as we sail to this Eden of the New World.

The selected destinations spotlight the

natural marvels of Belize. You’ll sail along

Belize’s Barrier Reef, the second largest

in the world, teeming with marine life.

Local boats will transport you to the

Great Blue Hole, a 1,000-foot circular

coral rim, where the water is so clean

and clear you can see the underwater

stalactites and sea creatures perfectly.

The Maya venerated the jaguar, and

these rare cats are protected in the

Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary—

the only one of its kind in the world.

Belize and Guatemala were the

homeland of the Maya. You’ll see the

magnificent stelae of Quirigua and

explore the city of Lubaantun, built

almost entirely of black slate. You may

also opt for a pre-cruise excursion to

two magnificent Maya sites, Tikal

and Xunantunich.

Naturally, the right ship is an essential

component of any voyage, and the

Yorktown is the ideal vessel. An

American ship, staffed by American

crew and officers, it accommodates 138

guests in 69 exterior cabins. With its

large sun deck, comfortable lounge, and

spacious dining room, Yorktown offers

its guests the finest small ship experience.

This winter, join fellow Harvard alumni

and family and friends in Belize and

Guatemala, and experience an exotic,

beautiful new world.

FOR DETAILED ITINERARIES VISIT ALUMNI.HARVARD.EDU/HAA/TRAVEL

Macaws and other wildlife inhabit Belize’s forests


HARVARD STUDY LEADER

Your voyage will be accompanied by an experienced team of expedition sta

and lecturers, including a Harvard study leader. As this brochure goes to print,

we have not yet confirmed the faculty study leader for this program. We intend,

however, that you will be joined by a Harvard lecturer who will enhance your

travel experience. You will discover that our lecturers are not only first rate

scholars and teachers but also friendly traveling companions, eager to share

their insight through conversation as well as in scheduled presentations.

NATURALISTS AND ADDITIONAL STUDY LEADERS

Garvin (Garv) Hoefler has an M.A. in biology. He has done research on coral reefs,

humpback whales, sea turtles and sea birds. Garv has worked in or visited over 50

countries, exploring coral reefs, rain forests, desert settings, open seas, sandy beaches,

and even local communities to get a taste of how dierent people manage their lives and

their environment.

Naturalist and field biologist Chris Cutler studied biology at the University of California,

Santa Cruz, where he began several years of investigation of birds and marine mammals.

Keenly interested in ecology, evolution, and conservation, he is an engaging interpreter

of the natural world and a lifelong student of its endless lessons.

Renowned epigrapher and translator of the Paris Codex, Bruce Love has more than 35

years of experience working at ancient Maya sites. He has published a number of books

and articles on subjects ranging from contemporary Maya ritual practice to hieroglyphic

writing of the Maya Classic Period (A.D. 300-900).

Lubaantun, a sprawling ancient Maya center

FOR DETAILED ITINERARIES VISIT ALUMNI.HARVARD.EDU/HAA/TRAVEL OR CALL 800-422-1636


SCHEDULE BY DAY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 2013

USA | BELIZE CITY, Belize | EMBARK

Fly to Belize City. Upon arrival, transfer

to the pier to embark on Yorktown.

Overnight aboard docked in port. (D)

SUNDAY, JANUARY 6

LIGHTHOUSE REEF

Sail from Belize City in the morning for

Lighthouse Reef, navigating through

the maze of small islands and cayes of

the Barrier Reef. Located 50 miles from

the coast, Lighthouse Reef is an atoll

that includes incomparable natural

wonders. Land at Half Moon Caye, at

the southern fringe of the reef, which is

the breeding ground of the endangered

red-footed boobies as well as other

birds. After exploring this idyllic spot,

board local boats for a short trip to the

celebrated Great Blue Hole, a large

circular formation with incredible blue

and black hues. Part of an underwater

national park, the hole is surrounded by

a 1,000-foot coral rim that rises to the

lagoon’s surface. Back in Half Moon

Caye, you will have the opportunity to

swim and snorkel. (B, L, D)

MONDAY, JANUARY 7

DANGRIGA | MAYFLOWER

BOCAWINA NATIONAL PARK |

DANGRIGA

The largest town in southern Belize

(population 11,500), Dangriga is the

cultural center of the friendly Garifuna,

a people of mixed indigenous

Caribbean and African descent. On

arrival, drive to the nearby Mayflower

Bocawina National Park, a lush

forested area at the foothills of the

Maya Mountains. Walking trails

through the forest lead to waterfalls

and Maya temples, including

Mayflower, a Late Classic site. The

forest is home to over 230 species of

birds, howler monkeys, and other

wildlife. After exploring, return to

Dangriga to learn about the Garifuna

culture at the Gulisi Garifuna

Museum, visit local artists’ galleries,

and shop for fine crafts made by the

Garifuna people. You may also relax

and swim at a nearby beach. (B, L, D)

TUESDAY, JANUARY 8

SANTO TOMAS DE CASTILLA |

QUIRIGUA | SAN FELIPE FORTRESS |

SANTO TOMAS DE CASTILLA,

Guatemala

Located at the head of the spacious

Amatique Bay, Guatemala’s port town

of Santo Tomas de Castilla is our

gateway to Quirigua and the San Felipe

Fortress, two of the country’s most

interesting sites. Surrounded by rain

forest, Quirigua is an ancient Maya

center, now a UNESCO World Heritage

site, that is famous for its intricate and

well-preserved carvings on huge stone

stelae that are spread around the

Great Plaza. After exploring the site,

drive to the waterside village of San

Felipe for lunch and a visit to its

fortress, which was built by the

Spanish in the mid-17 th century to

protect their trade routes from British

pirates. Set at the confluence of the

Dulce River and Lake Izabal, the

fortress offers splendid views of the

lake and surrounding forest. (B, L, D)

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9

PUNTA GORDA | LUBAANTUN |

NIM LI PUNIT | SNAKE CAYES, Belize

Returning to Belize, land at Punta

Gorda, a small town set on cliffs above

FOR DETAILED ITINERARIES VISIT ALUMNI.HARVARD.EDU/HAA/TRAVEL

Aerial view of the Great Blue Hole, Lighthouse Reef

the sea. Drive inland to explore two

rarely-visited ancient Maya sites,

Lubaantun and Nim Li Punit. Located

on a high ridge, Lubaantun was a major

Maya center that flourished around

A.D. 700. The site includes five plazas

flanked by buildings and ball courts.

Nearby, Nim Li Punit was the ceremonial

and religious center of the region, and it

is known for its impressive stelae. Return

to Punta Gorda to reboard Yorktown.

Over lunch aboard, sail to the Snake

Cayes, where you may enjoy swimming

and snorkeling. (B, L, D)

THURSDAY, JANUARY 10

BIG CREEK | COCKSCOMB

BASIN WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

From Big Creek, drive to one of Belize’s

most alluring places, the Cockscomb

Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, a dense

tropical rain forest set against the

jagged peaks of the Maya Mountains.

Clear streams and rivers traverse this

protected sanctuary that is home to a

rich variety of wildlife, including tapir,

armadillo, anteater, jaguar, and over

290 species of birds, such as the

endangered scarlet macaw, keel-billed

toucan, and the great curassow. There

is also a large range of plants, including

orchids, air plants, and giant tree ferns.

(B, L, D)

FRIDAY, JANUARY 11

LAUGHING BIRD CAYE &

SOUTH WATER CAYE

Sail early in the morning for Laughing

Bird Caye, a tiny piece of land (2.5

acres) of a a submerged atoll and a part

of the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve

System World Heritage Site. Pelicans

and osprey nest ashore, but the real


Detail from one of Quirigua’s sculpted stelae

attractions are found underwater, where the

surrounding reef of coral supports a huge

diversity of fish and invertebrate life. Spend

the morning swimming and snorkeling to

discover this fantastic marine world.

Cruising north in the Inner Channel, we

reach South Water Caye, arguably one of

the most beautiful of Belize’s isles. Sitting

right on the reef, South Water Caye—which

is part of a marine reserve—affords

memorable swimming and snorkeling in

crystal-clear water, while the beach is ideal

for relaxing. The southern part of the island

is a protected nature sanctuary. Late in the

afternoon, sail to Belize City, arriving in the

evening. Overnight aboard docked in port.

(B, L, D)

SATURDAY, JANUARY 12

BELIZE CITY | DISEMBARK | USA

Disembark in the morning and transfer to

the airport for return flights home. (B)

OPTIONAL PRE-CRUISE

EXTENSION TO TIKAL

JANUARY 2-5, 2013 (FLY FROM U.S. ON JAN. 2)

Explore Tikal, perhaps the most magnificent

site in the Maya world, dominated by five

190-foot-high pyramid-temples and located

deep in Parque Nacional Tikal. Also visit

Xunantunich, a complex site of plazas,

temples, and the El Castillo pyramid.

INCLUDED: One-night stay at the

Radisson Fort George Hotel and Marina in

Belize City; two-night stay at the Hotel

Camino Real Tikal; daily breakfasts;

transfer from the airport to the hotel; fullday

tour of Tikal with lunch; full-day tour of

Xunantunich and the Belize Zoo with

lunch; all border/immigration fees;

transfer to Belize Port for embarkation.

RATE: $985 per person, double occupancy.

SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: $265

The 17 th -century San Felipe Fortress

guards Guatemala’s Lake Izabal

DETAILS

SHIP SIZE: 69 Cabins

PRICING: Per person, double occupancy

Category RATE

CAT. E $3,795

CAT. D $4,395

CAT. C $4,995

CAT. B $5,595

CAT. A $5,995

CAT. AA $6,495

CAT. S $6,995

PORT TAXES & CHARGES: $195 per person

NO SINGLE SUPPLEMENT: A limited number of cabins in Categories

B & C have been set aside for single occupancy at NO SINGLE

SUPPLEMENT. After that, a supplement of $895 will apply to the per

person, double occupancy rates.

WHAT IS INCLUDED:

Enrichment program of lectures and discussions by a

Harvard professor and additional experts

7-night cruise aboard the 138-guest Yorktown

Complete program of tours and excursions

Welcome and farewell cocktail receptions aboard ship

All meals aboard ship, including house wine, beer, and soft

drinks with lunch and dinner

Open bar aboard ship throughout the cruise

Professional tour sta

Complete pre-departure materials

Baggage handling and transfers abroad on the designated

program arrival and departure dates

Gratuities to porters, guides, and drivers

$50,000 emergency medical evacuation insurance

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED:

Airfare; port and embarkation taxes; visa and passport fees

(if applicable); luggage and trip cancellation insurance; meals and

beverages other than those specified above; personal expenses such

as laundry, telephone calls, faxes, and e-mail service; and gratuities

to shipboard personnel.

THIS TRIP IS CO-SPONSORED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF

ILLINOIS ALUMNI ASSOCIATION


YORKTOWN

CATEGORY S

Superior outside cabins with

walk-out balcony, queen bed, and

private bathroom

$3,795

CATEGORY AA

Outside cabins with two lower beds

that can convert to a queen bed, two

picture windows, and private bathroom

$4,395

CATEGORY A

Outside cabins with two lower beds,

two picture windows, and

private bathroom

$4,995

CATEGORY B

Outside cabins with two lower beds,

two picture windows, and

private bathroom

$5,595

CATEGORY C

Outside cabins with two lower beds,

two windows, and

private bathroom

$5,995

CATEGORY D

Outside cabins with two lower beds,

two windows, and

private bathroom

$6,495

CATEGORY E

Outside cabins with two lower beds,

two portholes, and

private bathroom

$6,995

SPECIFICATIONS

YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION: 1988

YEAR OF RENOVATION: 2012

OVERALL LENGTH: 257 feet

MAXIMUM PASSENGERS: 138

FLAG: USA

SUN DECK

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ENERAL INFORMATION

AYMENT SCHEDULE: A deposit of $750 per person is required to reserve your space on the tour.

or your convenience, you may charge your deposit to your American Express, Visa, Discover, or

asterCard. Final payment is due 90 days prior to departure. Credit cards are not accepted for

nal payment. However, personal checks are accepted for both deposits and final payment.

ANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS: All cancellations of confirmed reservations are subject to a

300 per person administrative fee. Additionally, passengers are subject to any cancellation

ees assessed by the purveyors of services, including airlines or hotels used in the itinerary.

ancellations received 61-90 days prior to departure will be assessed a penalty equal to 50% of

he total program cost per person. Cancellations received within 60 days of departure are subject

o 100% cancellation penalties. Requests for cancellations must be made in writing. No refunds

ill be made for any part of this program in which you choose not to participate. Service fees may

pply to deviations and are non-refundable.

NSURANCE: We highly recommend the purchase of trip cancellation insurance. An application

or trip cancellation insurance will be provided by the HAA upon confirmation. The pre-existing

edical conditions exclusion is waived if the insurance is purchased within 15 days of initial

eposit. Neither the HAA nor the tour operator will take responsibility for any costs, losses

ncurred or suered by the guest, or guests’ dependents or traveling companions, with regards

o, but not limited to, cancellation or curtailment of the tour, emergency evacuation expenses,

edical expenses, repatriation expenses, damage/theft/loss of personal baggage, money, and

oods. As a service to our travelers we automatically provide emergency medical evacuation

nsurance. You will receive detailed coverage approximately 30 days prior to your departure.

ESPONSIBILITY: Please read carefully the following terms and conditions, which constitute the

ole, legally enforceable agreements between the passenger and Travel Dynamics International

nd the tour’s sponsoring organization. The passenger is also advised to review his/her separate

icket passage contract with the vessel’s owner/operator, which will constitute the sole, legally

nforceable terms of carriage for this tour and is available on request from Travel Dynamics

nternational. Travel Dynamics International and the tour’s sponsoring organization act solely as

gents for the passenger with respect to all transportation, hotel and other tour arrangements.

n that capacity, we exercise all reasonable care possible to ensure the passenger’s safety

nd satisfaction, but, we neither assume nor bear any responsibility or liability for any injury,

eath, damage, loss, accident, delay or irregularity arising in connection with the services of

ny ship, airplane, train, automobile, motor coach, carriage or other conveyance, or the actions

f any third-party, involved in carrying the passenger or in aecting these tours. We are not

esponsible for damages, additional expenses, or any other losses due to cancellation, delay or

ther changes in air or other services, sickness, weather, strike, war, civil disturbances, acts or

hreats of terrorism, travel warnings or bans, termination or suspension of war risks or other

arrier insurance, quarantine, acts of God or other causes beyond our control. All such losses

ust be borne by the passenger, and tour rates provide for arrangements only for the time

tated. In the event of cancellation, delay or rescheduling mandated by any of the aforesaid

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AMENITIES

TO BOOK A TRIP CALL 800-422-1636 OR VISIT ALUMNI.HARVARD.EDU/HAA/TRAVEL

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PROMENADE DECK

LOUNGE DECK

MAIN DECK

L41 L39 L37 L35 L33 L31 L29 L27

L42

P72 P70 P68 P66 P64 P62

L40 L38 L36 L34 L32 L30

DINING ROOM

Exterior cabins with private bathroom,

spacious lounge, dining room, sun deck,

and Internet access.

S79 S77

S80 S78

P59 P57 P55 P53 P51 P49

P60 P58 P56 P54 P52 P50

OBSERVATION

LOUNGE

causes beyond our control, the passenger shall have the option of accepting in lieu of the

original tour such rescheduled tour or other substituted tour(s) as may be oered by us, or

else, receiving a refund of as much of such advance tour expenditures as we are able to recover

on the passenger’s behalf from carriers, third-party tour vendors, etc., but, we shall not have

any obligation or liability to the passenger beyond the foregoing. We reserve the right to make

alterations to the tour’s itinerary and to substitute hotels, ships, or lecturers if this is required.

We reserve the right to cancel, delay, or reschedule any tour prior to departure, and, so long

as this is not due to any of the aforesaid causes beyond our control, the passenger shall be

entitled to a full refund of all monies paid to that point if he/she so desires. No refund shall

be made for any unused portion of any tour. By forwarding their deposit(s), the passenger

certifies that he/she and/or their dependents, minors or others covered thereby do not have

any mental, physical or other condition of disability that could create a hazard for them or

other passengers. We reserve the right to decline to accept or to decline to retain any person

as a member of any tour should such person’s health, condition or actions adversely aect or

threaten the welfare or safety of other passengers or impede the tour. Baggage or valuables

brought on the tour shall be transported, handled or stored at the passenger’s risk entirely,

and, we shall bear no liability or responsibility for any damage or other loss thereto. Passenger

tickets are not transferable and are not subject to alteration by the passenger. No suit shall

be maintainable against the carrier, or vessel, for any losses, accidents, damages to person,

property, personal injury (including death or other types of bodily injury) of the passengers,

unless written notice of the claim, with full particulars, is delivered to the carrier or its agents at

its oce at the port of sailing or at the port of termination within six months from the day when

such incident occurred. In no event shall any such suit or any claim against the carrier or vessel

for any losses, accidents, damages to person, property, personal injury (including death or

other types of bodily injury) of the passenger be maintainable unless such suit is commenced

within one year from the day when the incident causing such losses, accidents, damages

to person, property, personal injury (including death or other types of bodily injury) of the

passenger occurs, notwithstanding any provision of law of any state or country to the contrary.

Resolution of any disputes arising hereunder shall be brought within the United States District

Court for the Southern District of New York, pursuant to the applicable general maritime law,

and applying the applicable general maritime law and Federal maritime statutes.

RATES: Tour costs are based upon current airfares, taris, and currency values. While we do

everything possible to maintain the listed prices, they are subject to change.

FUEL SUPPLEMENT: Our Tour Operator reserves the right to charge a fuel supplement,

without prior notice, if the NYMEX oil price exceeds $85 per barrel. This supplement may be

charged even if the cruise fare has been paid in full.

SHIP’S REGISTRY: USA CST #204 3599-40 TDI

QUESTIONS: Please call HAA Travels at 800.422.1636 or 617.496.0806,

email: haatravels@harvard.edu

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2012 - 2013 HAA Trips

LAND & RAIL:

VILLAGE LIFE

ITALIAN LAKE

DISTRICT

SEP 29-OCT 7, 2012

THE BEST OF

PATAGONIA,

BUENOS AIRES

AND SANTIAGO

NOV 2-16, 2012

MARK VAN BAALEN

EGYPT AND

JORDAN BY

PRIVATE PLANE

DEC 30, 2012-

JAN 13, 2013

PAUL BERAN &

HILARY RANTISI

MYSTICAL INDIA

JAN 3-20, 2013

SUE SCHOPF

BUENOS AIRES TO

MENDOZA

MAR 12-23, 2013

THE MASTERS

GOLF

TOURNAMENT

APR 10-13, 2013

BOTSWANA,

ZAMBIA, AND

ZIMBABWE

APR 14-27, 2013

THE 139TH

RUNNING OF THE

KENTUCKY DERBY

MAY 2-5, 2013

MOROCCAN

DISCOVERY

MAY 11-24, 2013

SILK ROAD

ODYSSEY: THE

FIVE ‘STANS,






MAY 25-JUN 12, 2013

HIMALAYAN

KINGDOMS

MAY 31-JUN 14, 2013

MONGOLIA

JUN 1-15, 2013

MARK ELLIOTT

EXPLORING

ICELAND

JUN 8-18, 2013

CRUISES:

BORNEO &

SULAWESI:

ACROSS THE

WALLACE LINE ON

ORION II

SEP 15-OCT 2, 2012

ZARIN MACHANDA

VENICE TO

DUBROVNIK ON

SEA CLOUD II

OCT 2-9, 2012

SIDNEY & CYNTHIA

VERBA

ANCIENT

WONDERS:

HERAKLION TO

ANTALYA ON

CLIPPER ODYSSEY

OCT 6-18, 2012

HISTORY OF THE

MEDITERRANEAN

SEA: A VOYAGE

FROM ISTANBUL

TO CASABLANCA

ON CORINTHIAN II

OCT 13-29, 2012

SICILY BY SEA:

ART TREASURES &

ANCIENT TEMPLES

ON SEA CLOUD II

OCT 22-31, 2012

CATHERINE MCKENNA

THE ANCIENT

COAST OF TURKEY

& THE AEGEAN

SEA ISLANDS ON

CALLISTO

OCT 25-NOV 3, 2012

CAROL SAIVETZ

SPLENDORS

OF INDIA WITH

SRI LANKA &

MALDIVES ON

CLIPPER ODYSSEY

NOV 18-DEC 5, 2012

JOURNEY TO

ANTARCTICA

ON CORINTHIAN II

DEC 30, 2012-

JAN 11, 2013

BELIZE &

GUATEMALA ON

YORKTOWN

JAN 5-12, 2013

HISTORY &

GARDENS OF

THE CARIBBEAN:

ROUND-TRIP

ANTIGUA ON

SEA CLOUD II

JAN 13-20, 2013

JOYCE CHAPLIN &

DAVID ARMITAGE

BRUNEI TO BALI

ON CLIPPER

ODYSSEY

FEB 11-27, 2013

INTO AFRICA ON

CORINTHIAN

FEB 17-MAR 24, 2013

PAPUA NEW

GUINEA, YAP

& PALAU ON

CLIPPER ODYSSEY

MAY 2013

NORTH AFRICA’S

MEDITERRANEAN

COAST THROUGH

THE CENTURIES

ON CORINTHIAN

APR 20-30, 2013

ECHOES OF

THE PAST:

REMEMBERING

THE CIVIL WAR, A

VOYAGE BETWEEN

SAVANNAH AND

RICHMOND ON

YORKTOWN

MAY 5-15, 2013

THE BRITISH

ISLES ON

ISLAND SKY

MAY 11-24, 2013

DANIEL ALBRIGHT

ARTISTIC

TRADITIONS OF

KOREA & JAPAN

ON CLIPPER

ODYSSEY

MAY 13-26, 2013

TREASURES

OF CATALONIA:

ROUSILLON,

LANGUEDOC AND

PROVENCE ON

CORINTHIAN

MAY 23-JUN 2, 2013

MALAGA TO

BILBAO ON

SEA CLOUD II

JUN 2-13, 2013

CROATIA’S IDYLLIC

ISLANDS &

DALMATIAN COAST

ON CORINTHIAN

JUN 19-27, 2013

RIVERS & LAKES:

EGYPT AND THE

NILE ABOARD

SUN BOAT III

FEB 26-MAR 11, 2013

TREASURES OF

THE MISSISSIPPI

ON YORKTOWN

MAR 30-APR 9, 2013

FLEMISH

LANDSCAPES ON

AMALYRA

APR 12-23, 2013

FAMILY ADVENTURES:

FAMILY TANZANIA

SAFARI

DEC 26, 2012–

JAN 7, 2013

WINTER IN THE

WEST:

A COLORADO

FAMILY GETAWAY

MAR 16-23, 2013

SPRING BREAK

GREECE FOR

STUDENTS AND

ALUMNI

MAR 15-23, 2013

A CHINA

FAMILY TOUR

OF CLASSICAL

HIGHLIGHTS,

PANDAS AND

YANGZI RIVER

CRUISE

JUN 26-JUL 7, 2013

FAMILY TURKEY

JULY 2013

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