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Our trips abound with history, cultural diversity and intellectual engagement. You’ll return home with an appreciation for how much you’ve seen, learned and possibly how much you’ve grown.


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November 6 to November 11, 2020
Pink-sand beaches and historic towns will captivate you on this custom-designed Tufts University travel program. Enjoy a deeper look into the intriguing island of Bermuda, seen through the eyes of former Tufts Athletics staff Branwen Smith-King, executive director of the Bermuda Sloop Foundation,and Tufts alum Bill Zuill, A86, executive director of the Bermuda National Trust.Cobblestone streets and quaint lanes crisscross the Town of St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Take a walking tour to discover historic architecture, the Unfinished Church, colonial landmarks, shops,and restaurants. Spend time with Smith-King, Tufts’beloved former track coach and assistant athletics director, to learn about her exciting work with the youth of Bermuda aboard The Spirit of Bermuda. The Bermuda Sloop Foundation’s mission is to provide superior character development to the youth of Bermuda, using a ship as a unique and dynamic floating community and classroom.Continue yourisland adventures at Bermuda’s Crystal Caves where you will witness otherworldly formations framing blue subterranean lakes,and choose from optional excursions of golfing on world-renowned courses, snorkeling breathtaking waters,or exploring the colorful city of Hamilton. Explore and relax Jumbo style(or Bermuda style) on this intimate and inspiring adventure!
Bermuda Beach Cavern
November 6 to November 15, 2020
With Faculty Host Christopher Whittier
Experience Kenya's endless savanna plains and wide open vistas. It is the land of the proud Masai, an ancient Arab history and Swahili heritage. Watch the endless stream of migratory wildebeest as they cross the precarious Mara River in search of greener pastures, stand in shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro- Africa's highest peak - and meet conservationists who are in the front lines to preserve east Africa's iconic wild life. This program offers a unique experience by merging the academic and the aesthetic, by exploring Kenya’s rich ecosystem, and offering a glimpse into the country’s, and Tufts’, commitment to conservation.
Elephant family close together
December 9 to December 16, 2020
With Faculty Host Jesse Rivera
Be part of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the Total Solar eclipse. The Pucon area in southern Chile will be along the main path of the Total Solar Eclipse on December 14, 2020 at 1:03PM The location is known for its lakes, mountains and the nearby Pacific Ocean. The 7 nights / 8 days itinerary will start with a tour of Santiago, Chile’s culturally vibrant capital followed by the port city of Valparaiso declared a world heritage site by UNESCO. Experience wine tasting some of the world's finest wines in the famous wine region between Santiago and Valparaiso. Fly south to Pucon, in Chile's Lake district to get ready for the eclipse observation and call it home for a few days. Pucon is influenced by a mixture of European and Indigenous traditions and the area is surrounded by scenic, lush green jungle like vegetation and massive lakes. We will relax at Termas Geométricas thermal pools immersed in Villarrica Sur National Park, near the town of Coñaripe and do some light hiking in Huerquehue National Park and admire its natural beauty. On the day of the eclipse we will drive to our observation point to view the eclipse and later celebrate this amazing phenomenon. On our last day, we will enjoy a unique experience as we visit the indigenous Mapuche Tribe and interact with them as they take us on a cultural journey.
Solar Eclipse
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