Dr. Carson Holloway

Librarian for History of Science and Technology, Military History, British and Irish Studies, Canadian Studies and General History

Jul 1, 2024 to Jul 11, 2024

Canadian Rockies Explorer

Price: From $6,151
Duke Leaders: Dr. Carson Holloway

One of North America’s great unspoiled wildernesses, the Canadian Rockies richly reward outdoor-loving travelers, as this 11-day small group adventure reveals.  Setting out from Calgary, embark on a nature-focused itinerary along which you encounter some truly stunning sights.  In majestic Glacier National Park, ride a legendary Red Jammer sightseeing bus along the fabled Going-to-the-Sun Road.  Stay in Whitefish, Montana, an authentic mountain town, and hike along the scenic Whitefish Trail.  After savoring more striking scenery en route to world-famous Banff National P

Sep 19, 2023 to Sep 25, 2023

Toronto to Vancouver by Rail

Price: From $6,695
Duke Leaders: Dr. Carson Holloway

Discover the majestic beauty of Canada on a nostalgic rail journey that brings back the golden age of train travel. Leave the city center behind and glide through amazing scenery featuring rugged lake country, gentle prairie fields, picturesque towns, and the snowy peaks of the magnificent Rockies. In addition to marveling at diverse landscapes, this restful and entertaining journey provides delicious meals to savor and is a wonderful opportunity to experience the vastness of Canada in one unforgettable trip.

Sep 24, 2022 to Oct 1, 2022

Cruising the Great Lakes

Price: From $4,995.
Duke Leaders: Dr. Carson Holloway

Explore the vast breadth of the Great Lakes during this eight-day travel program. Enjoy a seven-night, exclusively chartered cruise through all five Great Lakes, admire the beautiful landscapes and visit towns rich in maritime history and natural splendor from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Toronto, Ontario. Experience the delight of the Victorian character of automobile-free Mackinac Island. Tour the historic towns of Sault Ste. Marie on both the Michigan and Ontario sides of St. Marys River, including visits to the Museum Ship Valley Camp and the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Center.