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Sep 29, 2023 to Oct 7, 2023

Flavors of Dordogne

Price: From $5,995
Duke Leaders: TBD

Few regions sum up the quintessential appeal of France better than the Dordogne. With its astonishing array of medieval towns and ancient castles, prehistoric caves, hanging gardens, spectacular views, and luxuriant countryside, the Dordogne has long been a favorite getaway for Europeans. Savor epicurean delights, a laid-back pace of life, and some of the oldest artwork ever created in this beautiful region writer Henry Miller said “gives me hope for the future of the race, for the future of the earth itself.”

May 10, 2023 to May 18, 2023

Holland & Belgium: Amsterdam to Bruges

Price: From $5,999
Duke Leaders: TBD

Cruise from the Dutch capital of Amsterdam to the medieval Belgian city of Bruges aboard the boutique riverboat Magnifique IV, which allows you to feel immersed in the region’s charming and storied landscapes.

Oct 28, 2023 to Nov 5, 2023

Wild Peru Escape: Amazon & Machu Picchu

Price: From $8,730
Duke Leaders: TBD

From the headwaters of the mighty Amazon to living Inca culture, embark on a bucket-list adventure over 9 action-packed days in Peru. Your expedition begins in Lima—Peru’s thriving capital. Drive through the Sacred Valley, and learn about traditional art with a demonstration of Inca weaving at a special lunch. Enjoy a scenic train ride along the Urubamba River Inkaterra Machu Picchu. You’ll have a full day to explore this historic sanctuary before heading to Cusco, the imperial capital of the Inca. 
 

Aug 5, 2023 to Aug 12, 2023

Exploring Alaska’s Coastal Wilderness

Price: From $7,560
Duke Leaders: TBD

With 30+ years of exploration in Alaska, we know when and where to go to get you up-close to Alaska’s iconic wildlife. Travel aboard the 100-guest National Geographic Quest and actively explore a land of mist-shrouded fjords, tidewater glaciers, and islands teeming with wildlife. Kayak amid glacial ice, hike an old growth forest, spend a full day in Glacier Bay National Park exploring and learning about Alaska’s rich Tlingit heritage from an on-board cultural interpreter.

Jul 11, 2023 to Jul 16, 2023

Wild Iceland Escape

Price: From $6,780 per person
Duke Leaders: TBD

Discover why Iceland is known as the “land of fire and ice” on a voyage to the remote fjords and volcanic isles along the country's western coast. Venture across the stark landscape of an island formed by volcanic eruptions, where the ground is still warmed by geothermal activity. Set out by Zodiac from National Geographic Resolution to view towering cliffs teeming with nesting seabirds and snow-capped plateaus rising into the clouds. Explore the legacy of Viking explorers and intrepid fishermen as you visit historic villages.

Sep 18, 2023 to Sep 25, 2023

Cruising the Great Lakes

Price: From $5,695
Duke Leaders: TBD

Admire magnificent coastal scenery and discover nearly two centuries of North American innovation and maritime history on this one-of-a-kind cruise itinerary from Toronto to Milwaukee featuring all five Great Lakes. Experience the thunderous force of Niagara Falls, the historical charm of Mackinac Island, the unspoiled beauty of the UNESCO‑inscribed Niagara Escarpment, the Henry Ford Museum of Innovation in Detroit and. Transit the Welland Canal and Soo Locks, among the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century.

Jun 17, 2023 to Jun 28, 2023

Scotland: Highlands & Islands

Price: From $5,596, per person, double occupancy from Newark
Duke Leaders: TBD

From city to country, loch to glen, encounter breathtaking natural beauty, a colorful past, and a cosmopolitan present on this sweet small group journey.  The 12-day Scottish sojourn begins with a two-night stay in vibrant Glasgow.  Enjoy a tour highlighting the city’s distinct architecture, and a private tour of historic Pollok House.  Setting out next for the scenic Highlands and stays in Fort William and quaint Brora, stop at bonnie Loch Lomond and dramatic Glencoe, one of Scotland’s most beautiful spots.  Embark on a stunning Isle of Skye excursion and a boat ride on

Jun 12, 2023 to Jun 23, 2023

Discovering Provence

Price: From $5,197, per person, double occupancy from Boston, New York
Duke Leaders: TBD

Discover beloved Provence, nestled between the Rhone and the Mediterranean, on this 12-day small group journey par excellence.  A three-night stay in charming Aix-en-Provence offers a quintessential Provençal experience, from an excursion to the scenic Luberon region, including a Renaissance château and picturesque Roussillon, to visiting Cézanne’s studio and dinner and a tasting at a winery.  In the rugged Camargue, explore historic Arles, experience life at a traditional ranch, and see the region’s iconic pink flamingos.  After touring medieval Aigues-Mortes, witness the im

Jun 1, 2023 to Jun 17, 2023

Bulgaria & Romania Discovery

Price: From $5,592, per person, double occupancy from Boston, New York
Duke Leaders: TBD

Discover Bulgaria, with its mix of East and West, rugged mountains and Black Sea coast; and Romania, home of crenellated castles and fabled Transylvania.  This exceptional 17-day small group tour begins in historic Sofia.  Visit the Boyana Church and Rila Monastery, both UNESCO sites.  Experience a folkloric performance and a cooking class.  After discovering culturally rich Plovdiv with its charming old town, take in the Black Sea resort of Varna.  Witness history at more UNESCO sites: Nessebar, the Madara Rock Horseman, and Ivanovo’s Rock-Hewn Churches.  Buch

Oct 10, 2023 to Oct 18, 2023

Italy's Magnificent Lake District

Price: From $4,095
Duke Leaders: TBD

Discover northern Italy’s lake district, where sparkling lakes mirror emerald hills and craggy Alpine slopes. From your base in Stresa by Lake Maggiore, spend indulgent days exploring beautiful islands and elegant shores dusted with sunlight. Witness a Romanesque basilica on Isola San Giulio, and stroll through charming Bellagio, where poets and writers from around the world have found inspiration. Cruise aboard a private boat to the Borromean Islands, home to a lavish island estate and a quaint fishermen’s islet.

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