Upcoming Travel

For information about the Turkana, Kenya: The Land That Time Forgot or CERN and The Pyrenees trips, contact Felicia Westbrooks at 216.368.2090 or email fcw2@case.edu.

For information on all other trips, please contact Sarah Doody at 904.432.3141 or email sxd618@case.edu.

Trip Leader:
Dr. Darin Croft, Professor in the Department of Anatomy
February 16–24, 2019

Join us for this phenomenal natural history voyage aboard this ideal small expedition river vessel, uniquely designed to cruise the remote tributaries of the Amazon into areas few other visitors have ever been.

Trip Leader:
Patricia Princehouse, Patricia Princehouse, Director, Program in Evolutionary Biology; Origins major Associate Director, Institute for the Science of Origins, CWRU
March 08-17, 2019

Travel to Nairobi and Kenya with CWRU's Institute for the Science of Origins. Embark on game drives in Nairobi National Park, visit the Kenyan Museum of Natural History for a behind-the-scenes tour, participate in scientific activities -- including looking for fossils -- in Turkana, and more!

Trip Leader:
Dwight David Eisenhower II and Allen Packwood, Curator of the Churchill Archives; Faculty Host: Susanne Vees-Gulani, Associate Professor of German and Comparative Literature
June 04–14, 2019

We invite you to join us on this memorable eight-night cruise from Portsmouth, England, to Glasgow, Scotland, featuring port calls at Caen for the Normandy beaches Utah and Omaha and the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

Trip Leader:
Patricia Princehouse & Glenn Starkman
June 04-16, 2019

Join Case Western Reserve University's Institute for the Science of Origins and Siegal Lifelong Learning to explore southwest France and Geneva, Switzerland. Enjoy historic and cultural sites, the nature and landscape, the food and wine, and a tour of CERN, known for the Hadron Collider - the world's most powerful particle accelerator.

Trip Leader:
Arnold Hirshon, Associate Provost and University Librarian, CWRU
June 06-16, 2019

This is a uniquely crafted program, providing you with the opportunity to recreate a large part of the traditional 17th-, 18th- and 19th-century "Grand Tour." Travel through four countries and the western heart of the Continent on this carefully planned, exclusive itinerary.

Trip Leader:
Lech Walesa and Sergei Khrushchev
July 29–August 7, 2019

Join CWRU as we explore the lands and legacies forged by centuries of Baltic history and hear firsthand from historic world leader, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and former President of Poland, Lech Walesa, and noted author and award-winning scholar Sergei Khrushchev, son of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev.

Trip Leader:
Steven A. Hauck, II, Professor Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences, CWRU
August 19-26, 2019

Join CWRU as we journey through Iceland: the north, south, and west of the island, enjoying the long evening twilight of the northern summer and visit a wondrous variety of small settlements, good-size towns and amazing natural landscapes.

Trip Leader:
Peter Knox, Eric and Jane Nord Family Professor and Director of the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities
September 19–24, 2019

We invite you to join CWRU on our long weekend adventure in the land of fairy tales that will take us by foot, by boat, and perhaps by bicycle (the way the locals do) throughout the wonderful and eclectic neighborhoods of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, for all its complexities, can best be described with one simple word, taste.

Trip Leader:
N/A
October 12–26, 2019

Join CWRU on the exceptional, custom-designed and comprehensive journey encompassing the breadth of China from the Himalayan “Rooftop of the World” with three nights in Tibet's spectacular and seldom-visited city of Lhasa, through the dramatic gorges of the Yangtze River and to the historic neighborhoods of Old Shanghai.

Trip Leader:
Cristián Gómez, Associate Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, CWRU
October 14–22, 2019

Join CWRU as we visit some of the important parts of Peru where modernity meets ancient cultures and civilizations. Start in historic Lima– the colonial capital with a unique architectural flair, exquisite restaurants, a harmonious synthesis of historical richness, art museums and a vibrant nightlife.

Trip Leader:
Maggie Popkin,the Robson Junior Professor in the Humanities and Associate Professor of Art History
October 17-23, 2019

Join CWRU as we explore all the wonders Rome has to offer: from the Sistine Chapel to the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum and much more, this comprehensive trip will give you an in-depth experience in The Eternal City.

Trip Leader:
N/A
January 28–February 10, 2020

Everything wears an aspect of unreality,” Ernest Shackleton wrote. “Icebergs hang upside down in the sky; the land appears as layers of silvery or golden cloud.