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NEW Flexible Booking Terms
13 Sep

NEW Flexible Booking Terms

We understand that flexibility is more important than ever when booking your trip. Our booking terms and Tour Ready criteria provide the flexibility you need.

All payments for group land tours in 2022 and beyond are fully transferrable up to 60 days prior to your tour’s departure date.

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NEW Nunavut Nature Tour Announced!
23 Aug

NEW Nunavut Nature Tour Announced!

Bathurst Inlet, Nunavut: An Arctic Oasis
June 28 – July 5, 2022

Imagine yourself in a place of rolling hills, snaking eskers, gently meandering rivers and awesome gorges, walking among a plethora of wildflowers, observing breeding shorebirds and songbirds up-close, perhaps seeing a Barren-ground Caribou with magnificent antlers across the horizon. From the moment you step off the plane at Bathurst Inlet, you will be in awe of the vastness of the land. Each rise in the tundra brings another discovery.

Learn more about the tour here!
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NEW 2022 Dates for Magical Himalayan Kingdoms
12 Jul

NEW 2022 Dates for Magical Himalayan Kingdoms

After over 40 years of travelling the world, Lewie defines this as the trip of a lifetime (and that’s a pretty definitive comment!). Set against the most inspiringly scenic backdrop in the world, this tour will introduce you to the remarkable people and cultures that flourished in the shadow of the world’s highest mountain ranges.

Tour Leader: Worldwide Quest President Lewie Gonsalves
Tour Dates: October 17 - November 4, 2022
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Upcoming Events

WEBINAR: The Painters’ Café, 1870
30 Sep

WEBINAR: The Painters’ Café, 1870

Let’s step into Paris in 1870 and have coffee with Impressionist painter Edouard Manet and writer Emile Zola. We’ll begin our virtual stroll at the Gare Saint-Lazare, famously painted by Claude Monet. We’ll walk in a leisurely fashion up the hill to Clichy, to the former Café Guerbois. This was the haunt of the Batignolles group, which included several Impressionists, journalists, and the great 19th-century photographer, Nadar. As we stroll, we’ll talk about why this neighbourhood and its café culture were so important to young artists. Join Lisa Pasold to dawdle on the great boulevards, peek into the Cimetière of Montmartre, witness a duel—because Manet had a temper!—and join the effervescent artistic discussion of the era.

Lisa Pasold is a Canadian writer who divides her time between Paris and New Orleans. She is currently the host of Discovery’s travel show, “Paris Next Stop.” She has published a novel and three books of poetry. Her most recent book, Any Bright Horse, was nominated for the 2012 Governor General’s Literary Award for Poetry. Lisa is especially interested in leading this trip because—long before she moved here—she fell in love with the city through the words of its writers.

Thursday, September 30 2021 2:00pm - 3:30pm

Free to attend!

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WEBINAR: What to Expect at Palm Springs' Modernism Week
27 Oct

WEBINAR: What to Expect at Palm Springs' Modernism Week

More details coming soon!

Wednesday, October 27 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Free to attend!

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WEBINAR: Inside Japan's Tradition and Modernity with Paula Swart
03 Nov

WEBINAR: Inside Japan's Tradition and Modernity with Paula Swart

Japan is a place where eye-popping modernity and long-standing traditions harmoniously coexist. From Shinto shrines standing near skyscrapers to museums in modern architecture styles displaying ancient artifacts. How about meeting your museum guide, the cute robot named ‘Mr. Art’. One can enjoy carefully prepared ramen served in cozy restaurants, then dip into large establishments serving sushi by conveyor belt. Most notably in the streets of Kyoto, one can see people wearing the latest street style standing beside geisha wearing traditional kimono. Join UBC lecturer and Asian art expert Paula Swart for an educational and entertaining webinar to discuss these contrasts and more, and why they work so well in Japan's culture.

Travel with Paula on "South Japan's Coastlines, Colours, and Culture", October 17 - 30, 2022. Learn more here.

Wednesday, November 3 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm

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