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Jun 12 to Jun 27

2021 Madagascar

Africa | $7,575 | Holbrook
Madagascar inspires the imagination with its playful lemurs, iconic and unusual baobab trees, and distinct red-hued soil. The vast majority of its flora and fauna are endemic to the island, making it a true biodiversity hotspot. On this exploration of the “eighth continent,” come face-to-face with wildlife such as leaf-tailed geckos, tree frogs, rare birds, and the country’s many lemur species, from the giant indri to the diminutive mouse lemurs. Take guided hikes in national parks and private reserves, search for the abundance of endemic flora and fauna, and explore the natural wonders and…

Jul 15 to Jul 20

2021 Iceland

Europe | $2,590 | Holbrook
Explore Iceland’s iconic geologic features, including waterfalls, mud pools, fumaroles, hot springs, black sand beaches, and geysers. Walk along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in Þingvellir, also the original meeting site of the Alþingi, the world's oldest parliament. Set out on a glacier walk at Sólheimajökull Glacier. Visit the Lava Centre, an interactive, high-tech educational exhibition depicting volcanic activity, earthquakes, and Iceland’s formation over millions of years. Take a soak in a naturally occurring thermal river at Reykjadalur. Learn how Iceland has become a pioneer in sustainable…

Jul 19 to Jul 29

2021 Glacial Adventures of Alaska, Seattle-Seattle

North America | $3,749 | GoNext
Discover the majesty of Alaska’s natural wonders on this spectacular ten-night luxury cruise with Oceania Cruises. Embark in Seattle, gateway to the North Country, and set sail for the Inside Passage. Watch for Dall sheep, bears, and moose that inhabit the breathtaking peaks and islands. Continue to Ketchikan, where you can see the area’s renowned totem poles, or journey to nearby Tongass National Forest for a day exploring old-growth rain forest.

Aug 16 to Aug 26

2021 The Majestic Great Lakes

North America | $5,199 | GoNext
Explore the dynamic cities, lakeside towns, and pristine natural splendor of the Great Lakes on this seven-night cruise that includes a one-night hotel stay in the exciting cultural hub of Chicago. Board the M/V Victory I and set sail for Michigan—enjoy Muskegon’s twenty-six miles of sandy beaches or visit actual World War II ships at the USS LST 393 Veterans Museum and the USS Silversides Submarine Museum. Visit Green Bay, Wisconsin, featuring access to the National Railroad Museum and an open-air museum that brings the nineteenth century to life.

Sep 18 to Sep 26

2021 Village Life of the Italian Lakes

Europe | $3,895 | Gohagan & Company
Northern Italy’s fabled Lake District beckons with its sublime landscapes of shimmering glacial waters, soaring Alpine peaks and bijou towns. Immerse yourself in the distinct bella figura Italian style that has inspired poets, composers, artists and philosophers for centuries. Stay for one week in the heart of the quintessentially Italian città di Como, at the lakeside, belle-époque PALACE HOTEL, just steps from the local market. Cruise by private boat on Lake Como, Lake Maggiore and Lake Orta.

Sep 21 to Oct 06

2021 Cruise the Heart of Europe

Europe | $5,495 | AHI Travel
Celebrated in art and song, Europe’s great rivers carved borders, created trade routes, and cultivated traditions and cultures that live on today. Enjoy an intimate look at five distinct countries and appreciate Europe from a wider lens on this expertly crafted journey. Cruise the charming canals of Amsterdam and navigate the mighty Rhine, Main and Danube rivers. Explore great cities, including Amsterdam, Budapest, Cologne, Passau and Vienna, and visit the charming towns of Koblenz, Melk and Miltenberg.