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Journey to the pristine islands that inspired Charles Darwin's The Origin of the Species. This special expedition features special curriculum before departure and during the trip guided by Caltech's Rob Phillips, Fred and Nancy Morris Professor of Biophysics, Biology, and Physics. This trip is co-presented by the Caltech Alumni Association and the Caltech Associates
Save the date for Caltech's 86th Annual Seminar Day. Plan to learn about intriguing research and new discoveries from Caltech faculty and alumni from a variety of fields. Be the first to get information and updates about the day.
From the UNESCO sites at Luxor and Giza to the engineering marvel of Aswan High Dam, see the wonders of ancient and modern Egypt on this 10-day land and cruise excursion. An Egyptologist will be available to answer all your questions as you explore the sites together.
Second departure date added! Experience the raw beauty, wildlife, and unparalleled natural wonders on this exceptional adventure. See the grand cascades of Victoria Falls, follow in Mandela’s footsteps on Robben Island, and see untamed wilderness from aboard the elegant Rovos Rail. Experience South Africa, Botswana, and Zimbabwe on this remarkable luxury safari tour. September 24 departure date sold out.
Immerse yourself in the world of jazz in Montmartre, cruise on the Seine, and experience the UNESCO World Heritage Site and tour the architectural and cultural institution – the Musée du quai Branly. Caltech Professor Jean-Laurent Rosenthal, PhD (PhD ’88) will join you on special tours highlighting the influence of African American expatriates on Parisian life and culture.
Join Douglas Duncan, PhD (BS ’73), University of Colorado astronomer and eclipse tour veteran, for this unique experience. Head to Horseshoe Bay, designated as an IDA International Dark Sky Community, near Austin, Texas to experience a total solar eclipse. Book now, eclipse tours for 2024 are already selling out (the next US eclipse won't happen until 2045.)