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"We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time."  -T.S. Eliot

If you want to learn more about why Tufts alumni, parents and friends travel with us, and what our trips are like, viewing our information sessions is the perfect opportunity to do so from the comfort of your own home!


Watch Sara Lewis, faculty host of our upcoming 2023 trip, along with Michael Romero, host of our 2021 departure, discuss the Mystical Migration of the Monarchs program. Sara and Michael were joined by Lisa Graubard and Kevin Van Dien from our tour operator partner, Holbrook Travel. Watching this session you'll get an overview of the itinerary and some insight from Sara Lewis about what makes this trip so special. 

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(Please note this was recorded in 2021 and some changes may have been made to the itinerary.)

Monarchs during Migration

Our 2023 Travel-Learn programs are now available online and you can view our NEW Brochure HERE !

We’ve added several new trips, including The Wolves and Wildlife of Yellowstone and Cruising the Canary Islands and Morocco. We’ve also brought back classic favorites including Dutch Waterways and Egypt and the Eternal Nile. 2023 is poised to be a very busy year for travel—register now to ensure your spot alongside fellow Jumbos! 

If you have any questions, please call us at either 617-627-5323 or 617-627-0633. You can also email us at travel-learn@tufts.edu.



Looking Ahead, and Looking Out for You

This schedule reflects current travel projections and is subject to change as we and our tour operator partners monitor the latest travel advisories. The decision to travel is a personal one. Please consider your own comfort level and if you will enjoy yourself while traveling. Our tour operators can guide you through the evolving health and safety protocol of each destination. Please check back for updates.

Explore Upcoming Trips

October 16 to October 30, 2023
Accompanied by an expert Egyptian guide, this singular 15-day small group journey reveals antiquity’s treasures. In Cairo, tour the acclaimed Egyptian Museum, Memphis’s open-air museum, and splendid Sakkara. Experience Giza’s astounding pyramids and Sphinx. Embarking on a fascinating three-night Lake Nasser cruise from Abu Simbel to Aswan, visit ancient Nubia’s outstanding temples and Aswan’s massive dam. A classic four-night Nile voyage from Aswan to Luxor follows, with opportunities to sail aboard a traditional felucca and explore Luxor’s awe-inspiring temples. Returning to Cairo, tour historic Old Cairo.
man on camel with pyramid
October 24 to November 7, 2023
With Faculty Host Daniel Jay
This fascinating land where Europe and Asia meet offers an unparalleled small group experience. The engaging 15-day Turkish sojourn begins with magnificent Istanbul’s sights and a private Bosphorus cruise. After experiencing haunting Gallipoli, ferry to storied Troy. Explore Pergamum’s spectacular ruins and discover magnificently preserved Ephesus. Lunch in rustic Sirince. Enjoy the beautiful port city of Fethiye. Visit the ghost town of Kayakoy and relax on a private cruise along the tranquil Turquoise Coast. In Antalya, tour the acclaimed Archaeological Museum, then encounter Perge’s Grecian ruins.
October 28 to November 6, 2023
Sail from the heart of Paris along the River Seine and enjoy four nights on the five-star, exclusively-chartered Uniworld Joie de Vivre. After four nights cruising the Seine, transfer deep into the breathtaking countryside of Normandy, where you’ll spend four nights in a stunning, historic French château, and spend the days touring the beaches, bridges, and hedgerows our servicemen fought through to achieve victory on D-day and beyond.
American cemetery Normandy
November 4 to November 16, 2023
With Faculty Host Christopher Whittier
Join us on epic safari expedition that covers both Kenya and Tanzania. Your adventure will start in Kenya’s capital city of Nairobi, East Africa’s most cosmopolitan city and Africa’s 4th largest city. On your expedition, you'll also visit the last two remaining white rhino at Ol Pejeta Conservancy– a model in sustainable conservation. Enjoy a boat cruise on Lake Naivasha which is at the highest elevation of the Kenyan Rift Valley (6,100 feet). In Amboseli National Park watch large herds of tuskers under the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro– Africa’s tallest mountain. Cross into Tanzania and descend into the extinct Ngorongoro Crater– a unique animal kingdom found nowhere in the world. Traverse the vast open plains of the Serengeti to witness a million migrating wildebeest– each one driven by the same ancient rhythm, fulfilling its instinctive role in the inescapable cycle of life.
Africa elephants
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