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April 27 to May 7, 2018

Dutch Waterways

MASTERPIECES OF ART AND NATURE

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Explore the world’s largest flower auction in Aalsmeer and stroll through the Keukenhof’s 88 acres of magnificent flowers at the peak of the blooming season.

May 7 to 18, 2018

Tuscany, Umbria and Rome

CASTLES, CHIANTI & CLASSIC COUNTRYSIDE

Slow down and enjoy the “good life” as we explore the scenic Italian countryside, savor the local culture and sample the regional cuisine.

May 8 to 20, 2018

Path to Rome Walk

TRAVEL THE VIA FRANCIGENA

Travel a portion of the Via Francigena, the pilgrimage route that linked Canterbury to Rome in the Middle Ages, following its route outside Rome through olive groves, vineyards and stands of ancient cypress trees.

May 9 to 24, 2018

Wild and Ancient Britain

ANCIENT SITES AND UNTAMED PLACES

Ply waters marked by ancient lore and tumultuous history, sailing through the narrow channels of the Celtic Sea and the cold waters of the Irish and North Seas.

May 11 to 21, 2018

Mississippi River

FROM MEMPHIS TO NEW ORLEANS

Rediscover a slice of our country’s history—richly exhibited through the traditions of music, art and literature—while celebrating the longest and most storied of American waterways.

May 17 to 29, 2018

Western Australia by Air

VOYAGE IN THE LAND DOWN UNDER

Travel aboard our privately chartered Dash 8-300 aircraft with Professor Ian Smith, MA ’70, PhD ’71, to explore Western Australia’s far-flung, lesser-known destinations—journeying from Perth to Darwin.

May 17 to 29, 2018

Spain and Portugal by Sea

ABOARD THE SEA CLOUD II

Sail the coasts of Spain and Portugal aboard the magnificent, three-masted Sea Cloud II that brings back the elegance of a bygone era.

May 20 to June 1, 2018

Burgundy and the Loire Valley

THE HEART OF FRANCE

Travel back in time with faculty leader Herant Katchadourian, visiting artisans still using techniques from the Middle Ages, family-run 200-year-old wine estates, and ancient Romanesque abbeys and churches.

May 31 to June 13, 2018

Opera in the Lands of Mozart and Wagner

CULTURAL GEMS IN CENTRAL EUROPE

Join former general director of the Seattle Opera, Speight Jenkins, on a tour that takes us to some of Central Europe’s most famous opera houses and allows us to discover the Germany of Bach and Wagner and the Austria of Mozart and Haydn.

June 3 to June 12, 2018

Alaska's Inside Passage

GLACIERS, GRIZZLIES AND EAGLES

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Aboard the MV Alaskan Dream, cruise with faculty leader Barton “Buzz” Thompson, ’73, MBA ’76, JD ’76, past rain forest-carpeted mountainsides as seals cavort shipside.

June 18 to 30, 2018

Tanzania Safari

A GRAND SAFARI

Join faculty leader Larry Diamond, ’73, MA ’78, PhD ’80, for an adventure filled with engaging dialogues and captivating wildlife.

June 19 to July 2, 2018

Camino de Santiago Walk

A PILGRIMAGE IN NORTHERN SPAIN

The famous pilgrimage route, Camino de Santiago, is as revered today by its walkers as it was by pilgrims in the Middle Ages. Traverse northern Spain by foot, following the Way of St. James to Santiago de Compostela.

June 21 to July 2, 2018

Peru Family Seminar

EXPLORING THE AMAZON AND MACHU PICCHU

Explore the legendary rain forest and rivers of the Amazon amid the comforts of the custom-designed Delfin III that boasts five-star suites and cuisine, and stay in top-rated hotels in Cusco and at the foot of Machu Picchu.

June 23 to 30, 2018

The Mighty Five: Utah's National Parks

AMID THE NATURAL SPLENDORS OF RED ROCK COUNTRY

Explore Utah’s national parks with professor of environmental studies Tim Duane, ’82, MS ’83, PhD ’89, learning of the fierce and relentless forces of nature that have carved and shaped the region’s dramatic domes, bridges, canyons and cliffs.

June 24 to July 8, 2018

Greenland to Iceland

DRAMATIC LANDSCAPES AND VIKING HISTORY

In Greenland, search for the wildlife that lives among the glittering icebergs or on the wildflower-carpeted tundra, then discover the ethereal beauty of Iceland—element sculpted landscapes, mighty glaciers, and geothermal hotspots.

June 24 to July 1, 2018

Civil Rights Route

FROM JACKSON TO MONTGOMERY

SINGLE ACCOMMODATIONS: WAIT LIST ONLY

Journey through four southern states to some of the most iconic sites of the 1960s’ civil rights movement with Professor Allyson Hobbs, the director of Stanford’s Program in African and African-American Studies.

June 26 to July 7, 2018

Tuscany Family Adventure

VIVA L'ITALIA E LA FAMIGLIA!

Soak up the Renaissance treasures of Florence and visit our favorite Tuscan hill towns with faculty leader Christy Junkerman.

June 27 to July 6, 2018

Galapagos Family Adventure

TAKE A WALK ON THE WILD SIDE

Cruise among the “enchanted isles” aboard the Santa Cruz II, chartered exclusively for Stanford families and ideally suited for exploring the Galápagos chain.

July 3 to 14, 2018

Galapagos Expedition

UP CLOSE WITH NATURE

Marvel at the 3,200-acre Mashpi Reserve in the Ecuadorean rain forest, and in the Galápagos Islands, venture within just a few feet of wild animals in their natural habitat.

July 3 to 15, 2018

Mongolia

STEPPES AND ENDLESS SKIES

Start our magical Mongolian adventure in its capital, Ulaanbaatar, visiting the Great Khans Memorial that celebrates the 800th anniversary of the Mongolian Empire and stopping at the U.S.S.R. memorial commemorating its fallen WWII soldiers.

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