6/14/22 - A Different Look at Florida
Florida is a world unto itself. Join us as we go from the glamour and excitement of Miami Beach thru the primitive Everglades and follow the beautiful beaches of the Gulf Coast all the way north and west to the Panhandle. We will then head inland, where most visitors, and many locals never venture, to visit the many unique agricultural sites that make Florida famous such as sugar plantations, orange groves, orchid greenhouses and other very interesting places
7/12/22 - The Yangtze River and the Heard of China
Join us as we cruise China's Yangtze River. Starting in the vast mountain wilderness home of the panda, we travel through the awesome Three Gorges and through the world's largest dam. Continuing past small farming villages unchanged since the days of the Emperors we dock at mighty Shanghai, one of the largest, richest and most modern cities on Earth. Finally we visit Shanghai's rival, Hong Kong, the financial center of Asia.
8/22 - Not meeting in August
9/13/22 - New York, New York
Visit America's largest and most exciting city. By foot and subway, we will visit the skyscrapers of Wall Street, Times Square, the tenements of the Lower East Side, Central Park, and the Statue of Liberty. You will see all that this great city offers.
10/11/22 - Bhutan and Sri Lanka - India's Unknown Neighbors
From Bhutan, high in the snow capped Himalaya mountains, to Sri Lanka’s beaches and tropical jungles, come with us as we explore these unique and little known countries.
11/8/22 - The New England Coast - The Cradle of Our Nation
Join us as we follow the rocky Atlantic coastline of New England visiting the towns and cities that were so important to the economy and history of our nation.
12/13/22 - South America - From Cosmopolitan Capitals, Thundering Iguassu Falls, and the Untamed Amazon Rain Forest
The sophisticated cities of Rio de Janeiro, Montevideo and Buenos Aires are the perfect introduction to this continent of contrasts.
Visit three of South America's iconic cities as we explore and experience the colorful culture of each destination. Rio de Janeiro—known for its beaches, vibrant atmosphere, welcoming people, and, of course, Samba music and dance. . Buenos Aires—the "Paris of South America" for its wide boulevards, Eva Peron’s legacy ,and Tangos shows. Sophisticated and affluent, little known Montevideo is the surprise city of the New World.
Besides the cities, we will visit the Amazon basin, home to the largest rainforest and the richest biodiversity in the world. Then be prepared to be as we view the 275 cataracts that make up spectacular Iguassu Falls.
1/10/23 - South East Asia Adventure - Burma, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Viet Nam are Ancient Lands of Beauty and Mystery
Come along as we take the Road to Mandalay through these amazing lands of breathtaking scenery, wild jungles, modern cities and diverse cultures from those still living in the stone age to the computer age. Combined with prize winning, professional photography and live narration, this is a presentation not to be missed.
2/14/23 - A Trans-Siberian Adventure
Despite what you have may have heard, Siberia is not what most people think. Come along as we travel on the Trans-Siberian Railroad as we journey across central Siberia and see this amazing land for ourselves the world's largest lake, modern cities and people living today just as they did centuries ago.
3/14/23 - Arabian Sands - A Visit to Saudia Arabia
Journey through the Arabian Desert from Jeddah to Riyadh visiting ancient cities and seeing sites that until very recently were forbidden to outsiders.
From ultra-modern cities created by oil, to places that haven’t changed in thousands of years, the people and sights of this almost unknown land will educate and amaze you.
4/11/23 - In the Path of Shackleton—a Voyage to Antarctica
Come with us as we brave the infamous Drake Passage, the roughest ocean in the world as we journey to Antarctica and actually set foot on the Continent. There is a surprising amount of wildlife in this frozen wilderness to see as we get up close to penguins, seals, and whales. You will feel like you are actually there as we board Zodiacs and cruise among the ice bergs and glaciers. See what it is like when your cruise ship breaks down 700 miles from the nearest port.
5/9/23 - Indonesia - Land of Volcanoes and Dragons
Seldom visited by Americans, Indonesia is an awe-inspiring land. The world’s fourth most populous country spread over 17,000 islands and seemingly as many different cultures and peoples--sea dwellings, mountain clans and jungle tribes whose homes are located in rainforests, on rivers, next to beautiful ocean beaches and aside active volcanoes. From the tourist magnet of Bali to the cultural heart of Java and the dragons that live on Komodo, we visit an enigmatic, exotic, breathtaking and unforgettable land.
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