Tour Description: The lights dim and the voices hush. The curtain rises and you're swept away by the performance on stage. London's theater scene has something for every audience. Tragedies, comedies and musicals. Long-running favorites and groundbreaking debuts. You'll explore theater's roots at Shakespeare's Globe and learn about its present and future during backstage tours and lecutres. And of course, London is a show in its own right.
Tour Description: Ecuador is home to four major ecosystems: the rough and jagged landscapes surrounding the towering Andes, the misty and mysterious cloud forests, the tropical rainforests of the Amazon, and the sunny, white-sand Galapagos Islands. Soak up local culture and customs as you dive deep into the region's awe-inspiring scenery, and glimpse magnificent sunsets just outside your door.
Tour Description: Japan is an island nation of contrasts. Neon Lihts pulse and shine on century-old temples, monks walk alongside anime cosplayers, and Zen meditation is practiced in the same parks that people take selfies. It may sound chaotic, but Japan has perfected the balance of ancient and modern. A better understanding of Buddhism and Shinto, higher truth, or just a measure of inner peace await you on this meditative journey through the tranquil side of Japanese culture.
Tour Description: This tour is designed for students aged 11-15. London and Paris are both brimming with historic highlights, vibrant culture, and plenty of charm. Begin your journey in the English capital, where you'll see many of the city's beloved landmarks, including the Tower of London, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, and Hyde Park. Then hop on the high-speed train to France's capital to come face-to-face with the Mona Lisa in the Louvre and stroll through the landscaped palace gardens of Versailles.
Tour Description: From rugged coastlines to rolling countrysides, charming villages to valleys dotted with sheep, experience Ireland's natural beauty and local culture. Travel beyond the major cities to explore the towering Cliffs of Moher by boat, wander past ancient rock formations at Giant's Causeway, and stop at small towns along the Atlantic Coast. Our tip for this tour? Snag a window seat.
Tour Description: Walking on the peaceful beaches of Normandy, it's hard to imagine the violence and valor of June 6, 1944. But D-Day - and so many other crucial moments of World War II - come into focus when you set foot in war rooms, battlefields and memorials that altered the course of history. From London to Paris to Berlin and Vienna, consider the significance and remember the sacrifice of the Allied victory.