The Wonders of Tunisia

The Wonders of Tunisia

October 4 – 18, 2020 | Jennifer Tobin
Join Far Horizons on this very special 15-day trip to Tunisia and experience the country’s riches from Roman amphitheaters, Byzantine fortresses, and Jewish synagogues, to Berber oases villages, thousand-year old mosques, and Andalusian architecture. And see all seven of Tunisia’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites – – Dougga, Kairouan, the medinas of Sousse and Tunis, the Punic remains of Kerkouane, magnificent Carthage, and El Jem, the largest Roman amphitheater in North Africa.

Guatemala & El Salvador: Lost Cities of the Ancient Maya Tour

Guatemala & El Salvador: Lost Cities of the Ancient Maya Tour

March 5 – 15, 2020 | Stanley Guenter
Journey with Far Horizons on an 11-day expedition through out-of-the-way areas of Guatemala and El Salvador, and discover some of the most influential cities of the ancient Maya, including Dos Pilas, Aguateca, Tazumal, and Joya de Cerén, buried under layers of ash from an eruption of a volcano and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993.

North India: Gods, Temples and Archaeology

North India: Gods, Temples and Archaeology

February 1 – 15, 2020 | Malcolm David Eckel
Journey from Mumbai to Agra to Delhi to Jaipur and see nine UNESCO World Heritage sites: the rock-cut temple caves of Ellora and Ajanta; Khajaraho’s sensuous sculptures; the glorious Taj Mahal; Agra’s Red Fort; the splendid Fatehpur Sikri; the Jantar Mantar Observatory in Jaipur; and in Delhi, Mughal Emperor Humayun’s Tomb and the14th century Qutab Minar complex.

New Discoveries at Pompeii

New Discoveries at Pompeii

Archaeologists have found new graffiti that may end the debate about the exact date of the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius that destroyed Pompeii in 79 AD. In one of his letters to the Roman historian Tacitus, Pliny the Younger documented the event twenty five years after it...