Travel with Bryn Mawr takes you to destinations around the world.

Reconnect with Bryn Mawr through like-minded alumnae and guest faculty members who accompany travelers on many of our trips.

Relax, learn, and enjoy as travel experts handle all the in-country details and local guides arrange behind-the-scenes tours.

2015

Aug 14, 2015 - Aug 31, 2015
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Home to lost cultures that predate the pyramids, the Kimberley guards its secrets: strange and beautiful landscapes, mystical cave paintings, and extraordinary wildlife—including monstrous saltwater crocodiles. Explore it, then venture into the Spice Islands for spectacular snorkeling and diving,...
Aug 27, 2015 - Sep 06, 2015
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Join us as we enjoy time in Russia’s two great cultural capitals on this carefully crafted itinerary—spend one night aboard ship in the fabled city of Moscow, the political and commercial capital of the world’s largest country, see the world’s largest collection of Fabergé eggs, and spend two...
Sep 21, 2015 - Sep 27, 2015
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The Corps of Discovery expedition, led by Lewis and Clark from 1804 to 1806, was a dramatic episode in American history. Conceived by Jefferson as more than a geographic exploration, it studied native cultures; collected specimens; and through maps, put form to what was terra incognita. Join us as...
with Catherine Lafarge, Professor Emerita of French
An exclusive Bryn Mawr departure
Sep 30, 2015 - Oct 14, 2015
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Experience the beauty, allure, and hospitality of Provincial France, at an easy pace and in a unique style. Anchored by stays in vibrant Toulouse and enchanting Paris, the journey features diverse Languedoc, the remote Dordogne, the lovely Loire Valley, and historic Normandy as we stay in charming...
with David Morgan (Haverford ’60), Professor of History, Emeritus, Wesleyan University
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Oct 05, 2015 - Oct 19, 2015
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We invite you to join Bryn Mawr alumnae/i, family and friends on this wonderful journey through an independent and democratic Croatia. Croatia welcomes visitors eager to absorb its remarkable history, culture, and an unspoiled Dalmatian coastline. As our small group travels from Zagreb to beloved...
with Susan Buck Sutton '69, Senior Advisor for International Initiatives
Oct 08, 2015 - Oct 18, 2015
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We are delighted to invite you to join us for Turkey: Conversations at the Crossroads. This trip is the sixth tour in our series, Among Women: An International Dialogue. This program is shared by Bryn Mawr and Smith and provide opportunities for our alumnae to connect with women around the world to...
with Gregory White , Mary Huggins Gamble Professor of Government at Smith College
Nov 27, 2015 - Dec 10, 2015
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This Antarctica travel journey is the classic itinerary to the beautiful Antarctic Peninsula. It delivers everything you want: the huge tabular icebergs, hillsides covered with gentoo, Adelie or chinstrap penguins, whales and abundant marine life, a passage through the famed Lemaire Channel between...
Dec 01, 2015 - Dec 12, 2015
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Recapture the magic of the holidays as you step into scenes that glitter with fairy-tale charm. Begin your adventure in Bernkastel. Visit Trier, which is known for its trove of Roman ruins, then continue to Luxembourg, which transforms its Place d’Armes into a Christmas village. Cruise on the Mosel...

2016

with Ann-Marie Knoblauch Ph.D'97 , Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology
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Jan 04, 2016 - Jan 18, 2016
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Accompanied by an expert Egyptian guide as well as a study leader from the College, this small group journey through antiquity travels from vibrant Cairo and the Great Pyramids to Abu Simbel and the Upper Nile for a fascinating cruise on Lake Nasser. Next: a classic voyage along the lower Nile from...
with Rosi Song, Associate Professor of Spanish
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Jan 11, 2016 - Jan 17, 2016
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Oaxaca, considered by many to be Mexico’s most beautiful colonial city, is known for the beauty of its architecture, richness of culture, and soft temperate climate. It is a land of artists, artisans, and carvers – where every opportunity to beautify seems to be cheerfully embraced. The quaint...

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