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A Cajun Sampler

7 - 16 March, 2016

Originates in Houston, concludes in St. Louis. Introduces the Cajuns of southern Louisiana. Experience their unique culture and language. Sample their cuisine. Listen to their music and storytelling. Explore the habitat of the bayou with moss-draped cypress trees, alligators and many species of birds. Other features include an introduction to the plantations along the Mississippi River, and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Illinois.
Scot Ben-Nevis

Scotland
Isle of Man and Orkney Islands

8 - 26 May, 2016

Our comprehensive itinerary features the essence of Scotland, from Hadrian's Wall in the south to the wind-swept Orkney Islands in the far north. Visit the rugged mountains of the West Highlands, the lochs in the Trossachs, Royal Deeside, the Scotland home of the Royal Family, World Heritage Sites, medieval castles and two of the world's great railway journeys.
Percé Rock, Québec

Sojourn in Québec

13-28 September, 2016 Originates in Burlington, Vermont; concludes in Boston. Features the Gaspé Peninsula, the little known Tshiuetin train to Labrador, plus sights in northern Vermont and the White Mountains of New Hampshire
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Experience Winnipeg

29 October, 2016

EXPERIENCE WINNIPEG Originates in Winnipeg. Explore the mysteries and hidden secrets of Manitoba' Legislative Building; listen to the story of the Winnipeg native who was instrumental in the establishment of the CIA in the United States; and learn about the environmental threats to the Hudson Bay polar bear population at the new world class Journey to Churchill exhibit at the International Polar Bear Conservation Centre.
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Polar Bears of Churchill

29 October - 6 November, 2016

Originates in Winnipeg. Travel to Churchill by train to view the polar bear migration. Two full days of bear viewing on the Tundra Buggy®. Also includes tour of Churchill and Cape Merry with introduction to life in Churchill on the edge of the Arctic, visit with sled dogs, and an evening with a local Métis storyteller.