“The entire trip was fantastic – and well worth every penny.
We have now been on two tours with the GAA
and we wouldn’t travel any other way for a tour.”
— Treasures of Peru participant 2010
Cruise from Dover to Rome:
Continental Passage >>
August 1–14, 2011 • Relax aboard the
six-star Crystal Serenity as you chart a
course from Dover, England, to ports in
Portugal, Gibraltar, Spain, France and Italy.
Take advantage of deeply discounted alum-
ni pricing and a $1,000 per person ship-
board credit. Starting from $6,495 includes
free international air from select gateways.
China, Tibet and the Pandas >>
October 9 – 21, 2011 • Join this refined
tour of China and Tibet which features cultural visits with museum directors and local
experts, culinary experiences showcasing
regional fine dining, and hotels in the historic
districts of each city. UNC Lecturer: Peter
Coclanis Starting from $4,990 (plus air).
The Oxford Experience >>
September 4–17, 2011 • Immerse
yourself in the centuries-old tradition of
learning and community in the historic
setting of towers, spires and gargoyles.
Study a topic in small in-depth classes led
by Oxford faculty. Starting from approx.
$4,750 (plus air).
ACA Amalfi Coast >>
October 12–20, 2011 • Delight in the
scenic grandeur of the Amalfi Coast, with
its varied architecture and amazing vertical
landscape, from your lovely accommodations in Vietri sul Mare. Starting from
$2,795 (plus air).
Grand Danube Passage >>
September 13–27, 2011 • Enjoy an
eight-night cruise aboard the MS Amadeus
Diamond through Germany, the stunning
beauty of Austria’s Wachau Valley and
Vienna, on your way to the Slovak
Republic, Hungary and Bulgaria. Conclude
with time ashore in Sofia and Thessaloniki.
Starting from $3,895 (plus air).
Paris & the Villages and
Vineyards of France >>
October 13 – 23, 2011 • Discover the
bucolic countryside, picturesque vineyards
and charming towns of Champagne and
Burgundy during this special program that
combines the history and charm of these
regions with the sophistication of the
nation’s capital. This small-group journey
showcases the best of France during the
height of the grape harvesting season.
Starting from $3,795 (plus air).
Classic Safari: Kenya & Tanzania>>
September 14–30, 2011 • Embark on a
true safari experience with a small group,
enjoying quintessential wildlife viewing in
Kenya and Tanzania. Travel from grasslands to highlands to experience firsthand
views of the local wildlife and natural
landscapes. Starting from $6,295 (plus air).
Legendary Turkey >>
October 15 – 29, 2011 • Turkey is yours
to discover during this 15-day tour. Begin
your journey in Istanbul, then travel south
to Gallipoli, before boarding a privately
chartered gulet yacht for four days cruising
the Turquoise Coast. Starting from $2,995
Insider’s Perspective: Chicago >>
September 20–25, 2011 • Once a
small settlement, today’s Chicago is one
of the world’s leading cities in business
and the arts and has something for everyone. An exclusive series of discussions
with Chicago insiders highlights the city’s
famous politics, architecture and art.
Starting from $1,595 (plus air).
Culture & Arts in St. Petersburg >>
September 29–October 7, 2011 • It
was the vision of Peter the Great to build
a Russian capital that would rival the
great cities of Europe. Travel with UNC
Lecturer Peter Nisbet, chief curator of
the Ackland Art Museum, for a spectacular week of art, architecture, music and
theatre. Starting from $2,995 (plus air).
North Africa’s Mediterranean
October 17–November 2, 2011 •
During this expansive journey encompassing North Africa’s entire Mediterranean
Coast, discover a remarkable collection of
sites whose history spans the centuries. Sail
aboard the all-suite Corinthian II on your
voyage to this storied world between the
desert and the sea. Starting from $9,395
Israel: Timeless Wonders >>
November 4–16, 2011 • Encounter a
land of extraordinary beauty and belief, of
spirit and story, history and hospitality. From
Tel Aviv, Israel’s arts and culture capital,
explore the hills of Galilee, Tiberias and the
ruins of Capernaum before concluding the
tour with an in-depth discovery of
Jerusalem. Starting from $4,295 (plus air).
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