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Wild India: Mowgli’s Playground ... Tigers, Langurs, and Barking Deer
November 1-16, 2016
with Religion Professor Tracy Coleman
The pages of Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book” come alive as you travel through India’s ancient civilizations, architectural wonders, and lush nature reserves. Feel your heart pound while watching a magnificent wild tiger stroll through its native habitat; explore bamboo thickets and sal forests; be entertained at the amazing temples of Khajuraho; and stand in reverence at the holy city of Varanasi. An exotic landscape of rich colors, textures, and unique wildlife brimming with cultural wonders — you’ll be inspired to pen your own Jungle Book. See the itinerary for details.
Return to Cuba
with Political Science Professor Juan Lindau
Enjoy a 10-night journey combining the deluxe, small sailing vessel, Le Ponant, with an in-depth land visit of bustling Havana. For seven nights call upon the various small ports on the southern shore of Cuba as you cruise from Montego Bay to Cienfuegos. Then, travel overland via Trinidad to Havana to enjoy three nights in the heart of this exciting Caribbean capital.
Solar Eclipse, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
August 19-22, 2017
with Physics Professor Shane Burns
Accommodations reserved at Spur Ranch Cabins, located about 12 miles north of Jackson on the Snake River. All cabins have full kitchens, full bath and living area with pull out sofa. All cabins are non-smoking; no pets allowed. Limited to 20 participants.
Other internationally proposed travel:
Baja Family Adventure
Walking trip through Scotland
For details contact Anita Pariseau at firstname.lastname@example.org.