THROUGH THE GLASS DARKLY: An Archaeological Pub Crawl of England

THROUGH THE GLASS DARKLY: An Archaeological Pub Crawl of England

September 17 – 29, 2022 | James Bruhn
With only five others, travel from northern York to the Salisbury plains. Explore prehistoric stone circles, glorious abbeys, Hadrian’s Wall, medieval castles, and enjoy a private tour of Vindolanda Roman Fort. Meals and overnights in traditional pubs and historic inns, where we will touch pint mugs with local people while we savor delicious regional delicacies, washed down with the region’s best samples of the British brewer’s art.

Sail the Sapphire Seas of Turkey

Sail the Sapphire Seas of Turkey

April 25 – May 9, 2022 | Jennifer Tobin
Join only eight others on a 15-day odyssey including eight days onboard a private yacht. Explore the dazzling remains of former civilizations, fascinating crusader’s castles, and remote fishing villages. Enjoy the leisure time to hike, swim in the crystal-clear water of the Eastern Mediterranean or simply snooze on deck. And during the voyage, enjoy informal talks on the culture, archaeology, and history of Turkey. Each day presents a new discovery!

North India: Gods, Temples and Archaeology

North India: Gods, Temples and Archaeology

February 10 – 24, 2022 | Michael Fisher
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.

The Archaeology of Belize Tour

The Archaeology of Belize Tour

January 9 – 17, 2022 | Stanley Guenter
Join Far Horizons on this 9-day trip to explore lost Maya ceremonial centers, meet people from the country’s varied ethnic groups, while seeing spectacular wildlife that other countries around the world label ‘endangered’. Travel from the Maya city of Lamanai in the north to the remote ceremonial centers of Lubaantun, and Nimli Punit in the south.