Around the World by Private Jet 2014
Exotic adventure awaits you at every turn as you journey across five continents, experiencing the world's legendary sites up close, from climbing the terraced steps of Machu Picchu to traversing the Serengeti Plain on safari.
WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY
We could never thank you enough for organizing and executing daily sights and experiences that enriched our lives and made us feel like kids again - giddy with a sense of awe and wonderment.”
Previous Journeys Traveler
Our flight crew was wonderful - the pilots, flight attendants, engineers - the best.”
Previous Journeys Traveler
The ease, the professionalism, the sites chosen at each location…In fact, each location was a highlight until we arrived at another....so many highlights!”
How wonderful to get a closer look of statues of Easter Island, the Great Barrier Reef and Kilimanjaro. The plane was like going home…thanks to all.”
- Window into the Past: Tarbat Discovery Centre
- 5 "French" Things That Aren't Actually From France
- Klezmer in Kraków
- Imagining Life at Skara Brae
David founded the Institute for Global Studies in 1999 to promote responsible study abroad and innovative research in ecology and the social sciences. He has taught and directed academic field studies for top universities including U.C. Santa Barbara and San Francisco State University. A cultural anthropologist, David received his doctorate from the University of Hawaii and holds master's degrees in anthropology and religion. His research interests include the relationship between religion and ecology, environmental ethics and wilderness preservation. An avid traveler who has spent three months or more in 12 different countries, David is the author of two books, Season of the Loon and Samsara, both of which explore the relationships between cultures and the natural environment.
Maurie McInnis is a Professor of Art History and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Academic Programs, College of Arts & Sciences, at the University of Virginia. She is an expert on American and European art, and works regularly with museums on exhibitions. She has authored dozens of articles, and written four books that have won National Book Awards. She has traveled throughout Europe, Central America, the Caribbean, Asia, and North Africa and led many tours for both students and alumni. She also served as the Academic Dean for the Universitys Semester at Sea, a study program that sails around the world.
Bruce Rideout is the director of the Wildlife Disease Laboratories of San Diego Zoo Global. His areas of research include infectious diseases of birds, and disease risk assessment for translocation and reintroduction programs. He received his veterinary medicine degree from the University of California, Davis, and completed his pathology residency training at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., before returning to UC Davis for his doctorate.