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Thailand

The Best of Thailand: An Exploration of the Culture and Kingdom

Program No. 22813RJ
Delight in the beauty of Thailand as you enjoy gentle hikes, walks, canoe rides and boat excursions through its cultural and natural wonders.

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Oct 11 - Oct 25, 2024
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At a Glance

In the Kingdom of Thailand, quiet walks along tea plantations reveal acres of oolong, while gentle hikes in the jungle offer a chance to learn about exotic animals. But there’s so much more to discover! Take in the riot of colors and spices on an expert-led discovery of busy marketplaces, swim in the turquoise waters of the coast or learn about phosphorescence and fireflies during an evening canoe ride on Phang Nga Bay. Create your own Thai cuisine during hands-on cooking classes, and meet monks who have devoted their lives to Buddhist traditions. The best of Thailand awaits!
Activity Level
Let's Go!
Walking up to 3 miles (up to 2 hours) a day over varied terrain.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 13 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you’ll…

  • Help to feed and bathe pachyderms as you learn about conservation efforts at a local elephant sanctuary.
  • Spend a day exploring the idyllic Phang Nga Bay by boat, and enjoy an evening canoe ride under the stars.
  • Savor the unique flavors of Thai cuisine as you participate in a Thai culinary adventure.
Featured Expert
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Anthony Zola
Anthony is a senior researcher at the Mekong Environment and Research Institute in Thailand. He earned a BA in international affairs from George Washington University, a MA in economics from Syracuse University, and a certificate in French civilization from the Sorbonne. Coming to Thailand as a Peace Corps volunteer in 1970-72, he has since lived mainly in Thailand and Laos. He has been active in agribusiness and economic development consulting. His work includes auditing social safeguards and livelihood restoration at infrastructure development projects in Laos.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Anthony is a senior researcher at the Mekong Environment and Research Institute in Thailand. He earned a BA in international affairs from George Washington University, a MA in economics from Syracuse University, and a certificate in French civilization from the Sorbonne. Coming to Thailand as a Peace Corps volunteer in 1970-72, he has since lived mainly in Thailand and Laos. He has been active in agribusiness and economic development consulting. His work includes auditing social safeguards and livelihood restoration at infrastructure development projects in Laos.
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Anusorn “Chai” Sribunma has been traveling since he was a child. He studied journalism and mass communication and has a master’s degree in archeology and anthropology of Thailand. His fascination with this area led to his desire to enter the tourism industry, allowing him to share his passion for his country and introduce Thailand to foreign visitors. He has been leading groups since 2008 and has also worked as a part-time teacher. Anusorn means “reminder,” but he goes by his nickname Chai, which means “win.”
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Thailand Adventure Map
by National Geographic Society
A detailed relief map at a scale of 1:1,300,000.
A Traveller's History of Southeast Asia
by J.M. Barwise, Nicholas J. White
A compact history of the region, including the Khmer and the various ancient kingdoms that produced Borobudur, Angkor and other architectural marvels.
What the Buddha Taught
by Walpola Sri Rahula
A classic introduction to Buddhism by a respected monk and scholar from Sri Lanka. Provides translations from original texts with explanations for Western readers. A good foundation for anyone interested in understanding the foundations of Buddhism.
Bangkok, Recipes and Stories from the Heart of Thailand
by Leela Punyaratabandhu
With 120 recipes and location photography, this deeply personal ode to Thai food features heirloom family dishes, restaurant classics, modern cosmopolitan fare and street eats. A splendid way to experience the food that Thai people eat every day.
Anna and the King of Siam
by Margaret Landon
The enduring, fanciful tale of a governess in mid-19th century Siam, which is the basis for the hit musical production The King and I.
Thailand, Traveller's Wildlife Guide
by David L. Pearson
Featuring full-color illustrations of 600 of Thailand's most common birds, mammals, reef fish, insects, amphibians and reptiles.
Culture Smart! Thailand
by Roger Jones
A concise, no-nonsense guide to local customs, etiquette and culture with practical travel advice and a short overview of the land and people.
Bangkok 8, A Novel
by John Burdett
In this gritty, humorous and gruesome thriller, Burdett explores the criminal underworld of Bangkok and a series of mysterious deaths. Burdett's hero, Sonchai Jitpleecheep, becomes obsessed with finding the killer when his own partner is murdered.
Sightseeing, Stories
by Rattawut Lapcharoensap
Lapcharoensap's remarkable debut collection of seven stories includes sharp, funny portraits of contemporary Thailand and its generation gap.
Birds of Thailand
by Craig Robson
A compact, comprehensive guide with 128 color plates by a team of illustrators. Robson is also the author of the authoritative Birds of Southeast Asia.
Southeast Asia Wildlife, A Folding Pocket Guide to Familiar Animals
by James Kavanagh
A laminated, pocket-sized reference to 140 birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians common to Southeast Asian. Each is profiled with detailed illustrations and easy-to-read descriptions.
The King Never Smiles, A Biography of Thailand's Bhumibol Adulyadej
by Paul M. Handley
A balanced biography of Thailand's powerful king, a constitutional monarch who came to the throne of his country from the United States in 1946.
Bangkok, A Cultural History
by Maryvelma O'Neil
O'Neil illuminates a city rich in art, history, royal ceremony and tradition in this engaging portrait.
Thailand, The Cookbook
by Jean-Pierre Gabriel
With depth and dexterity, Gabriel explains ingredients and authentic techniques for 500 authentic Thai snacks, drinks, curries, stir fry, desserts and more.
Eyewitness Guide Thailand
by Eyewitness Guides
A compact illustrated guide featuring color photographs, excellent maps and a regional overview of Thailand's natural and cultural attractions.
Letters from Thailand, A Novel
by Botan, Susan Fulop Kepner (Translator)
A prize-winning novel first published in 1969 and newly translated into English. Taking the form of a series of letters back home to his mother, it follows the fate of Tan Suang U, a Chinese immigrant in Bangkok at the close of World War II, who marries, raises a family and runs a successful business. The novel, among its many pleasures, depicts daily life in Bangkok's thriving Chinatown.
The Golden Lands, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand & Vietnam
by Vikram Lall
The product of 25 years of research into Buddhist architecture, this survey takes us from the monastic complexes of India to the dzongs of Bhutan, inside the wats of Southeast Asia and through the simple wooden shrines of Japan. Gorgeously illustrated throughout with color photos and 3D renderings.
Killed at the Whim of a Hat
by Colin Cotterill
First in the Jimm Juree mystery series. Cotterill trades in Laos -- and the elderly Dr. Paiboun -- for Jimm Juree, "a feisty Thai lady journalist with relatives that make the Adams family look like Alexander McCall Smith characters," for this wry book set in a dusty resort along the Gulf of Siam.
DK Eyewitness Top Ten Bangkok
by Eyewitness Guides
This slim guide, geared for visitors on a short stay, features color photographs and maps.
The Mekong, Turbulent Past, Uncertain Future
by Milton Osborne
A cultural history of the great river from prehistory to European exploration, colonial tensions and modern challenges. It's an engaging introduction to the history of Southeast Asia.
The River's Tale, A Year on the Mekong
by Edward Gargan
A personal, probing chronicle of a 3,000-mile journey on the river from its source in China through Tibet, Burma, Laos, Thailand and Cambodia to the Mekong Delta in Vietnam.
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15 days
14 nights
30 meals
12 B 9 L 9 D
DAY
1
Depart for Thailand
In Flight
DAY
2
In Transit Across the International Dateline
In Flight
DAY
3
Arrive, Hotel Check-in, Orientation at 6:30pm.
Chiang Mai
D
Dusit D2 Chiang Mai

Activity note: Hotel check-in from 2:00pm. The Orientation is at 6:30pm. If you arrive later and miss the Orientation, the Group Leader will give you a brief overview tomorrow. Tonight we will have a regular dinner as some flights are arriving quite late. The welcome dinner will be held tomorrow (day 4 of your itinerary).

Afternoon: After arriving at the hotel and checking in, take some time to unpack, freshen up and relax. Orientation: The Group Leader will greet everyone with a warm welcome and lead introductions. We will review the up-to-date program schedule and any changes, discuss roles and responsibilities, logistics, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer any questions you may have. Free time is reserved for your personal independent exploration. Evenings at leisure offer opportunities to make the program more meaningful and memorable through personal independent exploration, engaging in activities on your own or with fellow participants, or simply relaxing. The Group Leader will always be happy to offer suggestions for free time. Program activities, schedules, personnel, and indicated distances or times may be changed due to local conditions/circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

Dinner: Traditional Thai set menu at the hotel. Coffee, tea and water included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure. Continue getting to know your fellow Road Scholars, settle in, and get a good night’s rest for the day ahead.

DAY
4
Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai Walking Discovery
Chiang Mai
B,L,D
Dusit D2 Chiang Mai

Activity note: Van transfer to Doi Suthep involves driving up winding mountain roads for approximately 45 minutes (12 miles) one way. Morning visit entails approximately 1.5 hours walking (1-2 miles). Afternoon exploration entails approximately 1 hour walking (1 mile) along cobblestones in the old city center with light traffic.

Breakfast: Boxed breakfast to be eaten during our journey to Doi Suthep.

Morning: In the early morning we depart for Doi Suthep by minivans. Once there we experience a Buddhist tradition - the procession of the monks before they ascend the 309 steps of the Golden Naga staircase to reach the glittering, golden pagodas at the sacred Doi Suthep Mountain. Afterwards, we continue our drive to Wat Umong, a temple that dates back to the 14th century and contains a network of tunnels and caves. Here we experience a private blessing ceremony, a traditional Buddhist way of offering you good health and happiness.

Lunch: We enjoy a traditional Northern Thailand lunch, "Khao Soi". Arguably Chiang Mai's most famous dish, Khao Soi combines crispy noodles and a rich coconut curry sauce. Coffee, tea and water included. Afterwards, we enjoy a presentation on sustainable and organic tea plantations given by the founder of the restaurant.

Afternoon: After lunch we join our local expert and Group Leader for a walking discovery of Chiang Mai. We begin at a local market where fresh vegetables, spices, meat and fish are sold. We continue walking to the Three King Monument which, according to legend, has become a landmark for the city of Chiang Mai. We return to the hotel on a 'songthaew', a local form of transportation, with time to freshen up before our Welcome Dinner.

Dinner: Welcome Dinner at a local restaurant featuring traditional northern Thai cuisine. We have a complimentary "Welcome to Thailand" drink with dinner this evening. Coffee, tea and water included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
5
Doi Inthanon National Park, Karen Hill Tribe Village
Chiang Mai
B,L
Dusit D2 Chiang Mai

Activity note: Drive is approximately 37 miles (1 hour 25 minutes) one way. Easy to moderate walking in the mountains for approximately 2 hours.

Breakfast: At the hotel, we will have a buffet featuring local and international cuisine with a selection of hot and cold dishes. Coffee, tea and water included.

Morning: Doi Inthanon National Park is the home of Thailand's highest mountain, Doi Inthanon. The national park is made up of tropical forests, rivers, and waterfalls. It is also filled with wildlife - gibbons, deer, wild boar and over 300 species of bird. We travel from the hotel by minivans to the summit of Doi Inthanon National Park (approximately 1.5 hours drive). At the summit, we walk along natural trails (approximately 30 minutes). We continue our drive to the Twin Pagodas for a walk around the beautiful gardens.

Lunch: At a local restaurant.

Afternoon: After lunch, we visit the Karen Hill Tribe village of Mae Klang Luang to learn about this ethnic group and their way of life. We take a walk through the village and visit one of the homes before returning by minivans to Chiang Mai.

Dinner: At own arrangements. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
6
Kanta Elephant Sanctuary, Wat Suan Dok, Chat with Monks
Chiang Mai
B,L,D
Dusit D2 Chiang Mai

Activity note: Walking 1-2 miles on reasonably flat natural surfaces.

Breakfast: At the hotel, we will have a buffet featuring local and international cuisine with a selection of hot and cold dishes. Coffee, tea and water included.

Morning: This morning we visit Kanta Elephant Sanctuary to learn about Asian Elephants in Thailand in a relaxed forest environment. We have the opportunity to meet and speak with the mahouts. Kanta is dedicated to providing a natural and relaxing environment for their rescue elephants in their retirement.

Lunch: At the sanctuary. Coffee, tea and water included. Other beverages available for purchase. We will be able to observe the elephants during and after our own lunch.

Afternoon: This afternoon we travel by motorcoach to Wat Suan Dok, the Buddhist University. We take a short walk around the temple to learn about its history and understand why it is revered as one of the city's most sacred sites. We spend some time chatting with the monks and have a lecture to learn more about the religion of Buddhism. We return to our hotel by motorcoach with time to freshen up before dinner.

Dinner: At a local restaurant. Coffee, tea and water included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
7
Coach to Mae Chan
Mae Chan
B,L,D
Katiliya Mountain Resort and Spa

Activity note: Driving approximately 150 miles (4.5 hours) with rest stops along the way. Easy to moderate walking for approximately 3 hours.

Breakfast: At the hotel, we will have a buffet featuring local and international cuisine with a selection of hot and cold dishes. Coffee, tea and water included.

Morning: Check out of the hotel and depart for Mae Chan. On arrival at Chiang Rai we visit Wat Rong Khun. Commonly referred to as The White Temple, the silvery-white buildings appear to shimmer from a distance.

Lunch: At a local restaurant. Coffee, tea and water included. Other beverages available for purchase.

Afternoon: After lunch we visit Wat Rong Suea Ten, the Blue Temple. We continue our drive along winding roads to Mae Chan and our hotel.

Dinner: At the hotel. Coffee, tea and water included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
8
Mae Chan, Hill Tribe Market, Mae Salong, Free Time
Mae Chan
B,L,D
Katiliya Mountain Resort and Spa

Activity note: Easy to moderate walking approximately 1 mile (2-3 hours).

Breakfast: At the hotel, we will have a buffet featuring local and international cuisine with a selection of hot and cold dishes. Coffee, tea and water included.

Morning: We travel by motorcoach to visit Mae Salong hilltribe market. Here many tribes - including Akha, Chan (Thai Yai Tribe), Yunna (Haw) and Karen - come together to sell their products. As we wander, we will be captivated by the variety on offer. Many species of rice, local herbs, clothes, household equipment, fruit, vegetables and animal products are all up for sale. We board our motorcoach and drive towards the 101 Tea Plantation to take in the scenic outlook. We continue up to the summit of Doi Mae Salong and stop for a walk at the Yunnan village. Here we have the opportunity for a tea tasting. We return to the resort by motorcoach to participate in a cooking class followed by lunch.

Lunch: We enjoy preparing our own food for lunch at the resort. In doing so, we learn about the different herbs and spices that are common in Thai cooking.

Afternoon: Afternoon at leisure.

Dinner: At the hotel. Coffee, tea and water included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
9
Coach to Chiang Rai, Fly to Bangkok, Lecture
Bangkok
B,L,D
Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside Hotel

Activity note: The drive to Chiang Rai airport is approximately 1 hour. The evening walk from our hotel to a nearby restaurant is approximately 10 minutes.

Breakfast: At the hotel, we will have a buffet featuring local and international cuisine with a selection of hot and cold dishes. Coffee, tea and water included.

Morning: We check out of the hotel and transfer to Chiang Rai airport for our late morning flight to Bangkok. Upon our arrival in Bangkok, we transfer to our hotel and check in.

Lunch: At the hotel. Coffee, tea and water included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Afternoon: We have some down time after lunch to settle in to our hotel or head out for a wander. In the late afternoon, we will be joined by a local expert for a presentation about Thailand’s political economy: the interdisciplinary study of economics, political science, sociology, and other disciplines to understand the impact and influence of political factors in economic outcomes. Known as Siam until 1939, Thailand has been a unified kingdom since the mid-14th century.

Dinner: We will walk to a local restaurant for dinner.

Evening: We are free to return to our hotel at leisure.

DAY
10
Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Pho, Boat Ride
Bangkok
B,L
Ramada Plaza Bangkok Menam Riverside Hotel

Activity note: Getting in/out of a long-tail riverboat. Walking approximately 1.5 miles throughout the day from river pier to the Grand Palace, to lunch, then to Wat Pho. Note: We do not go inside the Grand Palace, but we explore the surroundings. Wat Pho is a sacred site. Please dress conservatively (no shorts or singlet tops); shoes must be removed to enter the temple, but socks are allowed. Photography is NOT permitted.

Breakfast: At the hotel, we will have a buffet featuring local and international cuisine with a selection of hot and cold dishes. Coffee, tea and water included.

Morning: We will take a local river taxi to the Grand Palace area. The Grand Palace with its surrounding complex is Bangkok’s most famous landmark. Built in 1782, the extraordinary architecture, artistic detail, and amazing history have made it a cultural icon. The Grand Palace is no longer the royal residence but is used for important ceremonial occasions. We do not go inside the Grand Palace but we explore the surroundings. In addition to the Palace itself, there are more than 100 structures within the grounds. Many of these are beautifully designed and decorated, including Wat Phra Kaew, Thailand's most important and sacred temple. We will visit the Wat Phra Kaew temple that houses the so-called Emerald Buddha, painstakingly carved from a single block of green jade. It was discovered in a Chiang Rai stupa in 1434, covered in plaster! Legend says its history goes back to India in the year 43 BCE. It now sits in splendor on a golden throne and watches over the Thai nation. Afterwards, we visit the Queen Sirikit Textile Museum to learn about Thai textiles past and present. We then continue by foot to Wat Pho, adjacent to the Palace. The oldest and largest Buddhist temple in Bangkok, it contains more than 1,000 images of the Buddha. One of the most famous is the Reclining Buddha, nearly 150 feet (46 meters) long and 50 feet (15 meters) high. Wat Pho was also the country’s earliest center for public education. It is the national headquarters for preserving and teaching traditional Thai medicine, including Thai massage, which is still practiced here.

Lunch: At a local restaurant. Coffee, tea and water included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Afternoon: We board a colorful longtail boat and cruise up the river, admiring the Bangkok skyline as we go. We will discover an intricate network of waterways, dotted with traditional teak houses as well as modern mansions. Bangkok's waterside reveals some of the city's history and shows how it has evolved into the cosmopolitan capital we see today. We return to our hotel and have the remainder of the afternoon and evening at leisure.

Dinner: At own arrangements.

Evening: At leisure. Prepare for our early morning flight to Phuket tomorrow morning.

DAY
11
Fly to Phuket, Free Time
Phuket
B,D
Dewa Phuket Resort & Villas

Activity note: The flight from Bangkok to Phuket is approximately 1.5 hours. The drive to Bangkok airport is approximately 40 minutes-1 hour (11 miles). The drive from Phuket airport to the hotel is approximately 5 minutes (1 mile).

Breakfast: At the hotel, we will have a buffet featuring local and international cuisine with a selection of hot and cold dishes. Coffee, tea and water included.

Morning: We check out of our hotel and transfer to Bangkok airport for our flight to Phuket, in the south of Thailand.

Lunch: At own arrangements on the flight to Phuket.

Afternoon: We disembark our flight at Phuket airport and transfer to our hotel. We check in to our hotel and have the remainder of the afternoon to settle in and relax.

Dinner: At the hotel. Coffee, tea and water included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
12
Phang Nga Bay, Cave Kayaking, Krathong Launch
Phuket
B,L,D
Dewa Phuket Resort & Villas

Breakfast: At the hotel, we will have a buffet featuring local and international cuisine with a selection of hot and cold dishes. Coffee, tea and water included.

Morning: We enjoy some time at leisure before our late-morning departure for Phang Nga Bay. At Ao Po Grand Marina Pier we board a vessel from which we will explore the sea caves and hidden lagoons. We will discover the pristine beauty of Phuket as we take in the limestone cliffs and turquoise waters of Phang Nga Bay.

Lunch: We enjoy lunch on board the boat as we cruise around Phang Nga Bay.

Afternoon: We hop aboard smaller boats to explore the Phang Nga Bay Caves. Local guides will do the paddling as we take in the stunning surroundings. Look out for macaques, water monitors, kingfishers, mudskippers, egrets, sea eagles and Brahminy kites as you explore the hidden caverns and picturesque lagoons surrounded by giant cliffs.

Dinner: We enjoy a Thai seafood buffet dinner (with vegetarian options) underneath the stars of Phang Nga Bay.

Evening: We finish the day by floating our self-made flower “Krathong”, and return to the pier after sunset. From the pier we head back to the hotel, arriving at around 10:00pm.

DAY
13
Snorkeling and Beach Time
Phuket
B,L
Dewa Phuket Resort & Villas

Activity note: Motorcoach transfer time from hotel to pier is approximately 1 hour.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel including Asian and Western dishes. Coffee, tea and water included.

Morning: We board our private speed boat and spend the day exploring the Andaman Sea. We will make several stops at ideal locations for swimming and snorkeling. We visit Phi Phi Island where we can spend some time walking on the white sand beaches and enjoying the beautiful clear water.

Lunch: We enjoy lunch at a seaside restaurant.

Afternoon: After lunch we visit Bamboo Island. Bamboo Island is famous for its wide, white sandy beach and shallow coral reef. We have some more time to relax, swim or snorkel before heading back to the hotel.

Dinner: At own arrangements.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
14
Walking Discovery of Phuket Town, Free Time, Farewell Dinner
Phuket
B,D
Dewa Phuket Resort & Villas

Activity note: Walking in town for approximately 2-3 hours (2 miles) along small and sometimes busy roads.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel including Asian and Western dishes. Coffee, tea and water included

Morning: This morning we explore the old town of Phuket on foot. We learn about the island’s past while exploring different architectural styles. We view former Chinese schools that have been repurposed into museums and restaurants as well as Chinese shrines. We walk past Sino-Portuguese buildings that stand in testimony to the influence of the migrants who came to Phuket during the tin mining days of the 19th century. We take a closer look at the past with a visit to Thavorn Museum. Located in the hotel of the same name, this museum boasts an impressive collection of old calculators, typewriters, tin toys and more. Seeing these relics gives us a sense of what life was like in Phuket in earlier times. During our walk we have the opportunity to sample various local snacks and delicacies.

Lunch: At own arrangements.

Afternoon: The afternoon is at leisure allowing you to do your final explorations, run errands or relax back at the hotel.

Dinner: Farewell Dinner at the hotel. We have a complimentary "Farewell to Thailand" drink with dinner this evening. Coffee, tea and water included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure. Say farewell to new Road Scholar friends and pack for your journey home.

DAY
15
Program Concludes
In Flight
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Activity note: Hotel check-out at 12:00pm. The airport is located approximately 1 mile (5 minutes) away from the hotel.

Breakfast: Breakfast buffet at the hotel including Asian and Western dishes. Coffee, tea and water included.

Morning: Our program concludes with breakfast. If you are returning home, safe travels. If you are staying on independently, have a wonderful time. If you are transferring to another Road Scholar program, detailed instructions are included in your Information Packet for that program. We hope you enjoy Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. Best wishes for all your journeys! Follow us on social media to stay in touch with Road Scholar! Find us at www.facebook.com/rsadventures and www.instagram.com/rsadventures.






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