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Voyage Label: Fall 2013

  • Cape Coast Historical Overnight

    VisitKakum National Park, one of West Africa’s surviving tropical rainforests. Extending over 360 square kilometers, the park is home to over forty large mammals and four hundred bird species, as […]

  • Torgorme Village Experience

    Depart on a scenic drive along the Accra plains for the beautiful village of Torgorme, located on the lower Volta River. Pay a courtesy call to the paramount chief and […]

  • Drumming And Dance Workshop

    Participants will take part in an African drumming and dance workshop under the direction of the renowned Afrique Dance Ensemble. Established in 1993, this group has been actively involved in the […]

  • Amazon Tribal Dance

    While Rio’s Carnival and the Samba steal the international spotlight, Brazil hosts many festivals throughout the year.  The Amazon is home to the second largest popular festival in Brazil, the […]

  • Brazilian Dance Fusion

    Brazilians are known the world over for their love of music and dance. Hear the sounds, feel the beat and absorb the energy while learning the steps of some of […]

  • Amazon By Riverboat

    This program is designed for participants who want to enjoy the ruggedness of the Amazon. At the pier board your home for the next three days, a regional riverboat. Your […]

  • Swimming With Dolphins

    This full-day expedition travels up the Rio Negro, visiting local villages before reaching the Dolphin Sanctuary, where one can swim in a natural pool with the native botos (river dolphins).  […]

  • Amazon Eco Park Jungle Lodge

    Situated one hour from Manaus, the Amazon Eco Park Jungle Lodge is a privately-owned ecological complex and scientific and educational enterprise, operating since 1991. The main structure is a native […]

  • Night Time Jungle Exploration & Alligator Spotting

    Take a riverboat cruise under a starry Amazon sky into the dense jungle backwaters. At the jetty in the Lake January Ecological Park, transfer to motorized canoes. Glide silently into […]

  • Rio Like A Native

    This River of January (Rio de Janeiro) city was the capital of the Portuguese empire and of the country up until 1960. Called Cidade Maravilhosa (Wonderful City), Rio is renowned […]

  • Amazon Explorer

    The Amazon River and its tributaries form the largest freshwater system on Earth. In the Amazon rainforest live thousands of species of plants, insects, fish, reptiles, birds and mammals. Travel […]

  • Amazon: Juma Jungle Lodge

    Designed to be totally integrated into the jungle, the Juma Jungle Lodge is built on stilts over the lake. It is a small, rustic yet comfortable lodge which is approximately […]

  • Rabat

    North Africa was a significant center during the Roman Empire, and Morocco played a vital part in the expansion of Islam. History classes will use this ancient site to study […]

  • Marrakech & Ourika Valley

    Located on an oasis at the base of the High Atlas Mountains, Marrakech is the gateway city to the Sahara. Legend and fact both contribute to the explanation of Marrakech’s […]

  • Fes, Meknes & Volubilis

    Fes, the oldest of Morocco’s Imperial Cities and the kingdom’s spiritual center, is central to the Islamic world.  Founded around 790 by Moulay Idriss I, many mosques and mederas (Koranic […]

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