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- You specify your travel needs, we match them - No added cost to you
- Adventure, culture, nature, education, service-learning, volunteering, biking
- choose the combination
- Journeys organized by a respected network of travel providers who must demonstrate the best
practices of responsible travel
- One point of contact for destinations around the globe: South and Central America, Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, North America
- Student groups, boomers, families
A Sample of Our Adventures:
Experience the beauty of New Mexico’s high deserts and mountains that captured artist Georgia O’Keeffe when she first visited Santa Fe and Taos. Stroll up Canyon Road with its dazzling array of outdoor sculptures and art galleries. Bike the High Road to Taos and learn about the cultural weave of Spanish, Mexican, Anglo and indigenous traditions. View ancestral Pueblo cliff dwellings and petroglyphs hidden atop a mesa in Bandelier National Monument. Bike the famed Enchanted Circle, then visit Taos Pueblo and explore the shops and artists’ galleries that make up this quaint little town.
Delight in a tropical Australia that most visitors will never experience. This trip offers a learn by doing focus when you work and learn side-by-side with Australian students, conservationists, and scientists attempting to create awareness of, and rehabilitate, the region’s precious natural places. Meet iconic animals of Australia such as koalas, kookaburras and kangaroos – and help protect the Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef. Learn more about the traditions of the indigenous Yidinji people and fashion your own didgeridoo to take home. True Aussie culture comes alive when you stay overnight with local families, work in a garden patch with Aussie students, and hear the stories of the Dreamtime from our aboriginal friends.