Are you a New Zealand based Alumni Traveller, wishing to connect with International Alumni?
Expand your horizons with this unique opportunity to network with international alumni, whilst on your international holiday.
These unique itineraries and educational components are designed with style and comfort in mind, and enhanced by world-class guides and academic experts.
This exclusive opportunity is only available via Innovative Travel.
Special Earlybird offers are exclusively available to New Zealand. More information will be released soon.
Trip 1: Preliminary Programme
Springtime in Provence, Burgundy & Beaujolais
Cruise on the Rhone & Saone Rivers
Embark Lyon: 06 May
Disembark Lyon: 14 May
Join this exclusive French sojourn through Provence and the wine regions of Burgundy and Beaujolais in May. Highlights include visiting 6 UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Roman City of Orange, the medieval papal palace of Avignon and the wonderfully preserved roman amphitheatre in Arles.
Trip 2: Preliminary Programme
Route includes: Scotland * Wales * Ireland * France & England
Embark: 31 May in Glasgow
Disembark: 08 June in Honfleur (optional transfer to Paris)
The ancient Celts immeasurable contributions to Europe are rooted in the traditional of art, science and folkloric legend. This ancestral civilisation spanned 2,000 years with a diversified domain extending from the Iberian Peninsula to the Black Seat and from the Mediterranean to the North Sea.
Your trip includes 1 night in Glasgow, before embarking a very special 5 star luxury cruise ship on a special 8 night charter, which will follow a unique route to Honfleur, where you will drive to Longues-sur-Mer, where the German artillery battery remains intact, concluding with a visit to Omaha Beach, where Allied Forces landed on 06 June 1944, and walk this historic Normandy shore.
Acclaimed Guest Speakers
David Eisenhower; Grandson of General and President Dwight D. Eisenhower, historian and professor at the University of Pennsylvania
Allen Packwood, Sir Winston Churchill expert, Director of the Churchhill Archives Centre and Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge, England
Trip 3: Preliminary programme
Highlights: Amalfi Coast, Sicily & Malta
Visiting: Rome * Pompeii * Isle of Capri * Agrigento * Syracuse * Taormina
Embark: 24 May in the Civitavecchia (Rome)
Disembark: 01 June Valletta (Malta)
The ancient empires of Italy, Sicily and Malta have possessed an almost mythical appeal ever since Homer and Virgil extolled their virtues. From the classical perfection of Agrigento’s Roman relics to the remarkable preserved baroque monuments of Valletta and the elegant hillside of Positano, this specially designed itinerary explores Europe's most storied villages, resplendent shoes and prized remains of bygone civilisations. Cruise on a luxury five star small ship with only 92 suites and staterooms.