Rome and Southern Italy Tour

Rome and Southern Italy Tour

May 20 – 30, 2022 | Thomas F.X. Noble
Travel to Rome and explore the largest archaeological park in the world, before traveling south to see the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Pompeii, Herculaneum and Paestum.

Voyage through History: The Dodecanese Islands of Greece

Voyage through History: The Dodecanese Islands of Greece

September 18 – October 1, 2022 | Jennifer Tobin
Greece is a land of rugged beauty that includes over 2,000 islands stretching from the Ionian Sea in the west to the Aegean Sea in the east. Beginning and ending in Turkey, cruise by private yacht through eight Dodecanese Islands – Pátmos, Kalymnos, Kos, Nisyros, Tilos, Symi and Rhodes, plus Samos.

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

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

March 11 – 21, 2022 | 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.

Iceland Tour: In the Path of the Vikings

Iceland Tour: In the Path of the Vikings

August 5 – 15, 2022 | Elizabeth Rowe Tour Iceland and learn about the people who settled this remote island. On Far Horizons 11-day journey, experience dramatic landscapes, ancient Norse longhouses, and Viking ships. Learn about the adventures, struggles and often bloody feuds of the great families who settled on this remote island as described in the stories in Iceland’s sagas.

The Wonders of Tunisia

The Wonders of Tunisia

October 15 – 30, 2022 | Jennifer Tobin
On this 16-day tour experience Tunisia’s riches from Phoenician remains, Roman amphitheaters and aqueducts, Arab fortresses, and Jewish synagogues, thousand-year old mosques, and vibrant Berber (Amazigh) fortified villages. 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.