Dartmouth, along with institutional partners, tour operators, and government authorities, continues to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak. As this is a fluid situation, Dartmouth Alumni Travel and our tour operator partners will continue to update travelers who are booked on Dartmouth Alumni Travel trips accordingly and on a trip-by-trip basis.
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Dartmouth Alumni Travel offers enlightening adventures for sophisticated travelers who share a passion for lifelong learning.
Saturday, October 17, 2020 to Sunday, October 25, 2020Join fellow Alumni in this once-in-a-lifetime trip to see the last remaining apes in Uganda, affectionately called the “Pearl of Africa” by Winston Churchill. Only 800 mountain gorillas still make their home in the primeval forests of central Africa. This trip enables you to intimately
Thursday, December 10, 2020 to Monday, December 21, 2020Escape to the sand dunes, spice markets, and saffron-tinged sunsets of the Middle East on a ten-night cruise aboard Oceania Cruises’ Sirena. From the heady pace and glamour of Dubai, to Abu Dhabi, where the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque’s gleaming arcades embody the bold art and sophistication of a
Monday, May 24, 2021 to Sunday, May 30, 2021Join Dartmouth on a five-night literary tour of Southern England featuring Downton Abbey! Private guided walking tour of London to include entrance into Westminster Abbey and a group experience at Jarndyce Antiquarian Booksellers. Group tour, introduction into the treasury and private dinner at the
Thursday, June 10, 2021 to Friday, June 18, 2021Join us on a journey that celebrates the American West’s magnificent National Parks, tracing legends and storied monuments along the way. From Old Faithful to Mount Rushmore and from Spearfish Canyon to the Snake River, we will see the best of the Old West and traverse its beautiful vistas in
Saturday, September 11, 2021 to Sunday, September 19, 2021Discover the reach of African-American culture in Paris on this enlightening seven-night journey. From jazz musicians and club owners to writers and scholars, many African-American expatriates felt welcome in Paris in the years following World War I. Learn about their valuable contributions while