2020 Land Catalog

NYTimesJourneys

Small Group & Land

2020 Departures


Travel With The Times

Times Journeys creates exceptional experiences

inspired by New York Times reporting around

the world. Curiosity is at the heart of our mission.

Our travelers are lifelong learners who want to

engage the ideas, issues and opinions shaping our

world. Go beyond reading and listening. Join our

journalists and experts on an adventure of a lifetime,

to discover the story of a place.

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The Times Journeys

Experience

No other program invites you to travel alongside

New York Times journalists and other carefully

selected experts. Explore the world with Times

reporters, columnists or critics, joining like-minded

travelers on journeys with an average group size of

16. With topics and destinations inspired by Times

reporting, see through the eyes of a journalist, whose

job is to interpret information and provide context.

In-Depth Examinations

Expand your skills on a photography tour through the colorful streets

of San Miguel de Allende with a professional photographer and Laura

Holson, a Times culture reporter, who will encourage you to kick-start

your own creative practice. (See page 10.)

Enlightening Experiences

Engage leading climate change experts, scientists and Pulitzer Prizewinning

journalists in an immersive symposium, examining the impact

of climate change along the Louisiana Gulf Coast with exclusive visits

to coastal wetlands. (See page 16.)

Inspiring Encounters

Tour the halls of Parliament, visit a refugee camp, and meet with

leaders of today’s Lebanon to understand the far-reaching impact of the

Syrian refugee crisis, alongside award-winning correspondents like Anne

Barnard, a former Times bureau chief in Beirut. (See page 22.)

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“The name New York Times opened

doors that otherwise might have

been closed.”— Anonymous

Votes for Women 100 Years

Later: The Legacy of the

19th Amendment

One hundred years ago, the 19th Amendment to the

Constitution gave women the right to vote. Today,

with more women elected to office than ever before,

the role of women in society and politics is ever

changing. Celebrate Mother’s Day in the nation’s

capital by looking at the suffrage movement’s past

and female electoral representation today.

Itinerary 5 days

Departs May 9

From $3,495

Travelers 25

Destinations

United States:

Washington, D.C.

Journey Highlights

Featured Expert

Few people know the suffrage leaders Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan

B. Anthony the way Ann D. Gordon does: She edited their papers. Join

her for unique insight into the movement that gave women the vote, and

the controversies that still resonate today.

Ann D. Gordon

Retired Research

Professor Emerita

of History

• Meet with

lawmakers from

the Congressional

Caucus for Women’s

Issues and discuss

the challenges and

advances women

face today.

• Retrace the

historic 1913

National Women’s

Suffrage March in

Washington, D.C.,

held one day before

the inauguration

of President

Woodrow Wilson.

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Beyond the Pharaohs:

Egypt Past and Present

Life in modern-day Egypt takes place among

monuments of the distant past that defy imagination.

Step back in time on this 12-day journey with an

Egyptologist, delving deeper into the world of

the ancient Egyptians. Visit Cairo and Abu Simbel

and take a three-night cruise to the temples of the

Nile. Explore Egypt’s political, economic and social

trends alongside your New York Times expert.

Featured Experts

Journey on the Nile and beyond with journalists who have years of

experience in Egypt. Explore with them the country’s current political,

economic and social trends and how they got that way.

Reese Erlich

Foreign

Correspondent

and Book Author

Oct. 11

Rozenn

Bailleul-LeSuer

Historian and

Egyptologist

Nov. 22

Itinerary 12 days

Departs Oct. 11

and Nov. 22

From $7,995

Travelers 25

Destinations

Egypt: Giza, Aswan,

Luxor, Cairo

Journey Highlights

• See historical

conservationists

at work at a

restoration

laboratory at the

new Grand Egyptian

Museum in Giza.

• Hear the

perspectives

of Egyptian

women during

a panel discussion

on social and

political changes

in the country.

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Exploring San Miguel

de Allende: A Creativity

Workshop in Mexico

Reconnect with your creative life in the artistic

enclave of San Miguel de Allende. Enjoy an

immersive creative experience and learn from

masters how to build a daily creative practice.

In painting, photography and cooking workshops,

study the creative process and learn how to apply

the lessons to your own artistic interests and

personal growth.

Featured Expert

Laura M. Holson, a Times culture reporter, began studying and writing

about creativity in 2013. Join her to learn to bring newfound creativity

and energy to your life and build a daily practice and supportive

community at home.

Laura Holson

Times Reporter

Itinerary 7 days

Departs Oct. 24

From $5,550

Travelers 30

Destination

Mexico: San Miguel

de Allende

Journey Highlights

• Cultivate your

creativity with an

expert photography

workshop, and then

practice your skills

as you capture

memories in the

colorful streets

of San Miguel.

• Learn creative

principles in

artists’ studios,

rural villages,

architectural

treasures and

archaeological sites.

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Ireland: Beauty and a Long

History of Separation

Ireland is home to ancient kings and chieftains,

giants and fairies. For years it has existed as two

Irelands, and Brexit could exacerbate that division.

As you learn about this fraught past, view the

wonders of the Giant’s Causeway and the beautiful

coastline and hills. Discover the vibrant cities of

Dublin and Belfast, and sip pints, tipple a whiskey

or slurp fresh oysters.

Itinerary 9 days

Departs May 17,

July 5 and Sept. 6

From $7,195

Travelers 20

Destinations

Ireland: Dublin,

Sligo, Donegal,

Derry, Belfast

Featured Experts

Whether your journey is with the Times journalists Jim Dwyer, John

Burns or Dan Barry, all Pulitzer Prize winners, you will benefit from

a deep experience and connection with Ireland, a love of Irish history

and culture, and extraordinary storytelling abilities.

Journey Highlights

• Meet storytellers

and experts

for insight into

the true story of

Ireland’s history.

Jim Dwyer

Times Columnist

May 17

John Burns

Former Times Foreign

Correspondent

Sept. 6

Dan Barry

Times Columnist

and Reporter

July 5

• Take gentle hikes

along the Atlantic

Coast, into the

famous green

countryside and

down city streets

steeped in history.

• Get the full taste

of Ireland, sampling

seaweed, oysters

and whiskey.

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“For a great cultural experience,

I would highly recommend The

New York Times.”— Anonymous

Swiss Family Adventure:

An Active Journey Through

the Alps

The Swiss Alps are the ideal family playground,

providing a fun and relaxing summer retreat for

all ages. Towering peaks, rushing waterfalls and

serene meadows bursting with wildflowers provide

the idyllic backdrop for an array of active programs.

This eight-day program is suited to anyone with

a sense of adventure, and especially for families

with children ages 7 to 14.

Featured Expert

Teresa Fisher specializes in European cities, adventure travel and all

things Alpine. She can show you the Alps and its secrets, giving you

expert information and guidance.

Teresa Fisher

Author and

Photojournalist

Itinerary 8 days

Departs June 27

From $7,250

Travelers 25

Destinations

Switzerland:

Zermatt,

Grindelwald, Zurich

Journey Highlights

• Explore your

adventurous

side on an aerial

ropes course in

Zermatt and the

heart-pounding

First Cliff Walk

in Grindelwald.

• Cruise Lake Thun

to the town of

Spiez. Explore the

castle here, where

children can

become “Knights

in Training.”

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Climate Change in

New Orleans: A Symposium

and Observation

The impact of climate change and extreme weather

is all too visible in the catastrophic changes that are

happening along the Louisiana Gulf Coast. Spend

four days in New Orleans immersed in the issues

around global climate change and its impact on

human health, infrastructure and natural ecosystems.

Hear from scientists, engineers and journalists

who will discuss these issues on the ground.

Featured Experts

Attend talks and discussions by leading climate change experts,

scientists and journalists who are deep into the study of the Louisiana

coast. Learn about evolving government policies on climate change

worldwide, both future-focused and in response to disasters.

Dr. Robert Twilley,

Professor at

Louisiana State

University

Mark Schleifstein

Environment

Reporter

Itinerary 4 days

Departs June 1

From $3,995

Travelers 50

Destinations

United States: New

Orleans, Louisiana

Journey Highlights

• Take an exclusive

tour of the levee

system on the

Mississippi River

surrounding the city

of New Orleans to

see its importance

in protecting

the area.

• Learn how climate

change affects

New Orleans and

the Gulf region

from scientists

at the Coastal

Sustainability

Studio at Louisiana

State University.

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Paid Partnership

Active Argentina

and Patagonia

This itinerary was developed in a partnership

between Times Journeys and Visit Argentina.

Argentina is the active adventurer’s dream

destination. From cathedral-like peaks to icy glaciers,

this active, multisport itinerary invites you to explore

the Lake District, hike in view of the Fitz Roy Massif,

sail to glaciers and ride horses at an estancia.

Itinerary 10 days

Departs Nov. 15

and Dec. 6

From $7,995

Travelers 18

Destinations

Argentina: Buenos

Aires, Bariloche, El

Chalten, El Calafate

Featured Expert

Reese Erlich has more than 20 years as a journalist covering the region,

and has worldwide reporting experience as well. He can help you

understand the roles Patagonia and Argentina have played in the history

of exploration as well as politics.

Reese Erlich

Foreign

Correspondent

and Author

Journey Highlights

• Go kayaking on

Lago Gutiérrez

and hike to

stunning lakes

in Nahuel Huapi

National Park.

• Cruise by catamaran

to the face of the

calving Perito

Moreno Glacier.

• Visit a working

estancia for a closer

look at gaucho life.

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“This was our first organized tour,

and I’m afraid we’ve now been

spoiled… . We learned, laughed

and were awed every day. It was

also such a treat to travel with a

small group of strangers who are

curious, engaged New York Times

readers!”— Lee C.

Hiking the Myths and Moors

of the Scottish Highlands

Experience Scotland’s rich heritage on easy hikes

through wild landscapes and elegant estates. Get an

in-depth take on Scottish history from your local

guides, historians themselves, who will bring alive

the stories of Scotland’s warriors, poets, novelists

and architects. Sip a pint with locals, take a dram

at one of Scotland’s oldest distilleries and drink

in beautiful scenery and craggy coasts.

Itinerary 7 days

Departs May 10,

July 19 and Sept. 13

From $7,495

Travelers 20

Destinations

Scotland: Glasgow,

St. Andrews,

Dundee, Perthshire

Featured Experts

Your Times guides share a love of Scotland and a worldview to put it into

ancient and modern contexts. After a day of hiking the moors or drinking

in Scots culture, pull up a whisky and learn from master storytellers.

John Burns

Former Times

Foreign

Correspondent

May 10

Jim Yardley

Times Europe Editor

Sept. 13

Richard Cohen

Author, Publisher

and Editor

July 19

Journey Highlights

• Travel through

a wide variety of

landscapes, taking

easy hikes of two

to four miles that

introduce you to

the heritage of

each region.

• Tour a whisky

distillery with one

of its producers

for a sampling of

various malts.

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Perspectives on Lebanon

and Jordan: A Changing

Middle East

What are today called Lebanon and Jordan have

been at the center of the political stage since ancient

times. Learn how their past has shaped their present.

In Lebanon, meet with religious and political

leaders. In Jordan, explore one of the best-preserved

Roman cities in the Middle East. Spend a day with

a Bedouin community, and end your journey being

pampered in the mineral-rich waters of the Dead Sea.

Featured Experts

With Pulitzer-and Peabody Award-winning reporters and foreign

correspondents with deep experience and perspective on Jordan

and Lebanon, return with a greater understanding of how the forces

of the past, present and future collide in this storied area.

John Burns

Former Times Foreign

Correspondent

Sept. 15

Anne Barnard

Times Reporter

and Former Beirut

Bureau Chief

Oct. 15

Reese Erlich

Foreign

Correspondent

and Book Author

April 14

Itinerary 12 days

Departs April 14,

Sept. 15 and Oct. 15

From $8,295

Travelers 20

Destinations

Lebanon: Beirut,

Baalbek, Mleeta

Jordan: Amman,

Wadi Rum, Petra,

Dead Sea

Journey Highlights

• Visit the Shatila

refugee camp

to learn about the

varied experience

of Palestinian

and Syrian refugees

now living

in Lebanon.

• With exclusive

access, meet

with top Lebanese

officials and

with members

of the Lebanon

press corps.

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Migration, Tolerance and

Democracy: The 400th

Anniversary of the Mayflower

In 1620, 103 passengers set sail on the Mayflower

from Plymouth, England, in search of a new home

free from religious persecution. Commemorate

the 400th anniversary of this historic voyage with

visits to the locations where the journey began

amid commemorative festivities, and explore how

the Pilgrims’ pursuit of religious freedoms helped

shape America.

Featured Expert

Understanding the Mayflower means looking at it from the place

the passengers fled as well as the refuge they sought. Steven Erlanger,

a longtime Times reporter in Europe and the United States, offers

that kind of perspective and knowledge.

Steven Erlanger

Times Chief

Diplomatic

Correspondent

Itinerary 7 days

Departs May 2

From $6,295

Travelers 25

Destinations

England: London,

Plymouth,

Southampton

Journey Highlights

• Celebrate the

Pilgrims’ legacy

by taking part in

the Mayflower

History Festival.

• On a private tour

of the National

Maritime Museum,

learn about the

history of the first

ships sailing to

the New World

from the curator

of the museum.

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Cultural Legacies

Along the Silk Road

Explore two Silk Road countries on this special

13-day journey, examining their ancient legacies

as trade centers and today’s challenges of evolving

beyond the Soviet Union. In Uzbekistan visit with

ceramists, local families and artisans. Continue

to breathtaking Kyrgyzstan and see the traditions

of eagle hunting, horsemanship and storytelling.

Featured Experts

Join a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning war correspondent, a Times

editorial writer, a former American ambassador specializing in Russia

and the “’Stans” and a former Times correspondent for unparalleled

perspective on this unique and beguiling region.

John Burns

Former Times Foreign

Correspondent

April 18

Laura Kennedy

Former U.S.

Ambassador

Sept. 12

Celestine Bohlen

Former Times Foreign

Correspondent

May 9

Carol Giacomo

Times Editorial

Board Member

Oct. 10

Itinerary 13 days

Departs April 18,

May 9, Sept. 12

and Oct. 10

From $7,695

Travelers 20

Destinations

Uzbekistan:

Tashkent, Khiva,

Bukhara, Samarkand

Kyrgyzstan: Bishkek,

Issyk-Kul Lake

Journey Highlights

• Meet with artisans,

ceramists,

embroiderers and

carpet weavers

in Uzbekistan and

trace their craft to

Silk Road trading.

• Watch eagles take

flight with local

hunters as they

teach you the

nomadic tradition

of eagle hunting.

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“Our journey was well planned and

organized and offered a high level

of information and context. Our

fellow travelers were an outstanding

group of interested and enthusiastic

people who were truly interested

in the trip.”— Diane and Ronald B.

Ancient Stars and Modern

Science in Arizona

From mountaintop observatories to biospheres

of the future, delve into the world of technology and

astronomy in this five-day desert adventure guided

by New York Times-selected experts. Explore

Tucson, city of big sky astronomy, and spend time

in the area designated as a Dark Sky Park, home

of scientific discovery and ancient native cultures

extending back more than 2,000 years.

Featured Expert

George Johnson has been writing about science for The New York Times

for more than 25 years, most of them from Arizona. He will help you put

the universe into local context.

George Johnson

Times Science

Reporter

Itinerary 5 days

Departs Oct. 18

From $4,995

Travelers 25

Destination

United States:

Tucson, Arizona

Journey Highlights

• Visit Kitt

Peak National

Observatory,

home to one of

the largest arrays

of optical and

radio telescopes

in the world, for

an evening of

telescope viewing.

• Meet with the

International Dark

Sky Association

and learn about

the work being

done around the

world and in Tucson

to protect the

night sky.

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Culture, History and

Progress in Morocco

11 days

Departs April 5, Sept. 13 and Oct. 4

From $6,595

Morocco: Casablanca, Fez,

Marrakesh, Essaouira

A land of legend and intrigue, Morocco

lies close to Europe, yet its place on the

African continent has made it a multicultural

crossroads for goods, ideas and people.

Discover the rich, artistic influences of

Moorish and European cultures, meeting

with locals and experts to delve deep into

this colorful nation.

Ethiopia and Its Religions

10 days

Departs March 12, Nov. 21 and Dec. 5

From $7,495

Ethiopia: Addis Ababa, Axum, Lalibela,

Gondor, Bahir Dar

Ethiopia is the only African country to not

be colonized by a European power, and today

it stands proud of this heritage. It is here

that the oldest hominid was found, where

the Queen of Sheba may be entombed

and where the Ark of the Covenant is said

to have rested. Partake in lectures, meet

with locals and experience an Ethiopia

that outsiders rarely see.

Conflict, Culture and

History: The Israeli-

Palestinian Conundrum

9 days

Departs March 22, Sept. 6 and Oct. 18

From $7,295

Israel: Jerusalem, Tiberias, Tel Aviv

The State of Israel was founded more than

70 years ago, but its history goes back

more than 5,000 years. Travel with experts

from The New York Times, a leader in its

evenhanded coverage of Israel, Palestinian

issues and the Middle East. Hear from

scholars, activists and media experts.

Andalusia: Center of

Judaism, Christianity

and Islam

8 days

Departs March 11 and Nov. 11, 2020

From $7,150

Spain: Toledo, Córdoba, Seville, Granada

Andalusia, the second-most-populated

and the second-largest area of all the

autonomous communities in Spain, is also

a melting pot of cultures, races and religions.

Explore a place rich with Jewish, Muslim

and Christian influences, where sites of

all three major religions coexist side by side.

Journey Highlights

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Journey Highlights

• Visit cooperatives that provide locals with

the necessary skills to thrive in modernday

Morocco.

• Enjoy a traditional Moroccan dinner in

the heart of the old medina as traditional

Gnaoua music accompanies your meal.

Seth Sherwood

Times Travel Contributor

Sept. 13, Oct. 4

• Visit the National Museum of Ethiopia,

home to Lucy, one of the oldest hominids

ever found.

• Attend a traditional coffee ceremony

in a local home.

Jeffrey Gettleman

Times Reporter and Former

East Africa Bureau Chief

Dec. 5

• Meet with an Israeli journalist who

specializes in Palestinian affairs.

• Visit a Palestinian refugee camp and meet

with a senior Palestinian official.

You will be joined by a variety of local

experts from both Israeli and Palestinian

backgrounds.

• Dine at a private neo-Baroque palace with

unparalleled views of the Seville Cathedral.

• Tour the newly discovered medieval

Sinagoga del Agua led by the director

of the museum.

Raphael Minder

Times Foreign Correspondent

Nov. 11

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Looted Art: The History

of World War II Plunder

in France

6 days

Departs May 5, Sept. 3 and Oct. 8

From $6,395

France: Paris

During World War II, Germany operated a

vast system to seize Jewish art collections

and other works in occupied France. Spend

six days in Paris with a New York Times

journalist exploring the systematic plunder

of art that offers a modern lesson about

international conflict.

Behind the Curtains

of London Theater

7 days

Departs May 18

From $8,995

England: London

From Shakespeare to Pinter to Churchill,

theater has been embedded in England’s

identity for centuries. Delve into the world

of London theater with guidance from

a New York Times theater editor. Explore

the social, political and financial differences

between “theater” and “the theater.”

Operation Overlord:

Understanding D-Day

8 days

Departs May 2 and Sept. 5

From $7,995

England: London

France: Normandy, Paris

June 6, 1944, was D-Day, the largest

coordinated amphibian landing in history

and a significant turning point of World War

II. Learn more about Operation Overlord and

its unforgettable culmination. Delve into

the motivations and multinational efforts

necessary to stage this remarkable feat.

A Walk in Provence

8 days

Departs May 24, Sept. 13 and Oct. 4

From $7,295

France: Avignon, Gordes, Saint Rémy

de Provence

Go behind the scenes and celebrate

the world-renowned gastronomy of

Provence with guidance from a New York

Times journalist. From a Michelin-starred

restaurant to a home-cooked meal, this

combination of gentle hikes and Provençal

cuisine will literally take you off the

beaten path.

Journey Highlights

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Journey Highlights

Journey Highlights

• Tour the sumptuous Musée Nissim de

Camondo mansion and learn the secrets

of a looted Renoir portrait.

• Take a private cruise on the River Oise and

explore the Museum Pissarro with an expert.

Doreen Carvajal

Former Times Culture Reporter

May 5, Sept. 3, Oct. 8

• Meet with creative teams who work in

London theater such as directors, designers,

producers, playwrights, actors, artisans

and dialect coaches.

• Discover some of London’s finest offerings

from Shakespeare to modern voices, all from

prime seats.

Scott Heller

Times Theater Editor

• Get a behind-the-scenes look at Normandy’s

artillery batteries, and stand inside the

German gun pits on Pointe du Hoc.

• Attend a private reception at the former

BBC World War II headquarters at Château

de Creully.

Mitch Yockelson

Military Historian and Archivist

May 2, Sept. 5

• Walk through vineyards, past fields of thyme

and lavender, and in the mountains.

• Visit the famous Les Halles market, where

a chef will buy and prepare lunch for you.

Elaine Sciolino

Times Writer and

Former Paris Bureau Chief

Sept. 13, Oct. 4

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The Fall and Rise of Berlin

6 days

Departs Aug. 9, Oct. 4 and 11

From $5,775

Germany: Berlin

In the past century, Berlin survived defeat

in World War I, raging inflation in the ’30s,

the rise and fall of the Nazi party, 40 years

as a divided city, and the fall of the Berlin

Wall and Communism itself. With a New

York Times journalist, trace the epic story

of Berlin from the rise of Hitler to the

amazing city it is today.

Journey Highlights

• Recall the Cold War era at the Berlin Wall,

and step into the former headquarters of

the Stasi, the East German secret police.

• Explore the Battle of Seelow Heights with

historians working at the Seelow Museum

to untangle narratives from this violent battle.

John Tagliabue

Former Times Foreign

Correspondent

Aug. 9

The Canyons of

the Southwest

8 days

Departs May 3, June 7 and Sept. 13

From $5,895

United States: Zion National Park, Bryce

Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon National

Park, Grand Staircase-Escalante National

Monument, Antelope Canyon

Go far beyond sightseeing in the Grand

Canyon, Bryce, Zion and other national

parks. On this active hiking journey, learn

about the geology, flora and fauna of these

diverse landscapes with naturalist guides

and a Times science writer.

Journey Highlights

• Hike with local geology experts to hear

how these beautiful landscapes were carved

by water and wind.

• Take an exclusive tour with the Grand Canyon

Association Field Institute to see through

the eyes of a professional instructor.

Jim Robbins

Times Science Writer

Sept. 13

2020 Small Group Journeys

DESTINATION JOURNEY DURATION FROM

AFRICA Beyond the Pharaohs: Egypt Past and Present 12 days $7,995

ASIA

Culture, History and Progress in Morocco 11 days $6,595

Ethiopia and Its Religions:

From the Queen of Sheba to Christianity

Conflict, Culture and History:

The Israeli-Palestinian Conundrum

10 days $7,495

9 days $7,295

Cultural Legacies Along the Silk Road 13 days $7,695

Perspectives on Lebanon and Jordan:

A Changing Middle East

12 days $8,295

Unlocking the Mysteries of Indochina 12 days $7,195

EUROPE A Walk in Provence 8 days $7,295

Andalusia: Center of Judaism, Christianity and Islam 8 days $7,150

Behind the Curtains of London Theatre 7 days $8,995

Exploring Polish Food and Jewish Culture With Joan Nathan 8 days $4,895

Hiking the Myths and Moors of the Scottish Highlands 7 days $7,495

Hiking the Pilgrims’ Footsteps at El Camino de Santiago 11 days $7,395

Ireland: Beauty and a Long History of Conflict 9 days $7,195

Swiss Family Adventure 8 days $7,250

The Fall and Rise of Berlin 6 days $5,775

From Moscow to Irkutsk:

Across Russia on the Trans-Siberian Railway

9 days $11,295

Looted Art: The History of World War II Plunder in France 6 days $6,395

Migration, Tolerance and Democracy:

The 400th Anniversary of the Mayflower

7 days $6,295

Operation Overlord: Understanding D-Day 8 days $7,995

NORTH AMERICA Ancient Stars and Modern Science in Arizona 5 days $4,995

Behind the Scenes of New York Theater 6 days $5,995

Climate Change in New Orleans 4 days $3,995

The “Ring” Cycle in Chicago 8 days $7,890

The Canyons of the Southwest, in Deep and in Depth 8 days $5,895

Votes for Women 100 Years Later 5 days $3,495

Winter in Yellowstone 7 days $5,550

SOUTH AMERICA Active Argentina and Patagonia 10 days $7,995

Exploring San Miguel de Allende: A Creativity Workshop 7 days $5,550

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