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Southeast Asia Family Adventure


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June 21 to July 3, 2014

On this brand-new family adventure, visit both traditional villages and bustling cities as adults and kids absorb the lush beauty and rich history of Southeast Asia.

Swim and kayak as we cruise Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay and learn how to prepare traditional Vietnamese food during a cooking lesson aboard our ship. Explore goldtipped Buddhist temples, give alms to monks and meet local villagers when we visit a school along the Mekong River. A trip to a jungle waterfall for a dip and a ride on an elephant is sure to be a highlight. In Cambodia, explore vast ancient temple complexes, including the World Heritage site of Angkor Wat. Finish in Bangkok, exploring the Grand Palace and observing everyday life as we cruise the canals.

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COST:

$6,695 adults; $6,195 kids (ages 6-18)


FACULTY LEADER

Scott Pearson
Food Research Institute

Scott Pearson has been studying economic change in developing countries for 50 years. He has advised governments in Asia, Africa and Europe on food and agricultural policy.


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