We view our travel program as an extension of the classroom. We add substance to each trip by making them intellectually rewarding with a Dickinson expert, providing frequent talks to deepen your appreciation of the destination, and arranging local experts to offer unique opportunities for Dickinson travelers.

“It was a great group—we had alums from the class of 2013 to the class of 1958—and the daily interactions and discussions were every bit as interesting and fun as the events, the sites and the merrymaking.” 

“I didn't know any of [the other alumni on] the trip, and I will never forget any of them. I think the common experience of Dickinson made things comfortable from the start.”

Upcoming Tours

Galapagos: Darwin’s Enchanted Isles: Only One Cabin Left! JAN. 10-19, 2020

Galapagos: Darwin’s Enchanted Isles: Only One Cabin Left! JAN. 10-19, 2020

Explore the Galapagos with Professor Marcus Key, Joseph Priestley Professor of Natural Philosophy, and Professor Ben Edwards, Walter E. Beach Chair in Sustainability Studies.

Southwest National Parks, Featuring Susan Rose ’77, P’13, Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology. MAY 13-21, 2020

Southwest National Parks, Featuring Susan Rose ’77, P’13, Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology. MAY 13-21, 2020

Join fellow Dickinsonians and Susan Rose ’77, P’13, Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology, on a journey to the exceptional national parks and monuments of the Southwest.

Imperial Cities & Passion Play, Featuring Emeritus Professor of Religion Ted Pulcini. AUGUST 19-29, 2020

Imperial Cities & Passion Play, Featuring Emeritus Professor of Religion Ted Pulcini. AUGUST 19-29, 2020

Join fellow Dickinsonians on an exciting adventure through the imperial cities of Central Europe that concludes with the epic Oberammergau Passion Play, which is staged only once in every 10 years.


Past Tours


Hiking & Culinary Adventure to Southern Italy’s Volcanoes

Hiking & Culinary Adventure to Southern Italy’s Volcanoes

Travel and hike in Italy with Dickinson volcanologist Ben Edwards and expert local guides.

Málaga: April 22-28, 2018

Málaga: April 22-28, 2018

Málaga is becoming known as a modern and cosmopolitan city, a much sought after cultural destination. Our trip will be intellectually rewarding, using our Dickinson connections and access to Málaga’s local experts.


Iceland: June 17-July 1, 2017

Iceland: June 17-July 1, 2017

Sitting astride the mid-Atlantic ridge, Iceland is one of the world’s most geologically active and, therefore, Explore Iceland with Ben Edwards, professor of earth sciences on this comprehensive, two-week journey.


Bologna: April 2016

Bologna: April 2016

During the college's yearlong celebration of 50 years of global studies, Dickinsonians traveled to Bologna in April 2016 to visit the place that started it all.