Norwegian Fjords and the Arctic Circle
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Oxford Berkeley Program
Attend inspiring seminars and experience life as a student at the oldest university in the English-speaking world.
The Kentucky Derby
Delight in the horse capital of the world with an exclusive Kentucky Derby experience in Lexington.
Inside the London Theatre Scene
Spend 12 nights at College Hall, a residence hall at the University of London, conveniently located for theatre access.
Northern Lights and the Wildlife of Northern Manitoba
Relish pristine viewing of the northern lights in September that will leave you breathless.
Stunning Scotland-Highlands & Islands
Explore impressive Stirling Castle, situated on a volcanic outcrop on the River Forth, and hear of the castle's turbulent history, featuring great figures from Scotland’s past, such as William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, and Mary, Queen of Scots.
Discover the Canadian Rockies by Rail
Embrace the sights from the train’s glass-domed coach as you traverse over Fraser Canyon, by Shuswap Lake, and along the Continental Divide.
Polar Bears & Beluga Whales [on request]
Keep an eye out for polar bears, caribou, seals, and a multitude of bird species found along the shore.
Wild Iceland Escape
Discover why Iceland is known as the “land of fire and ice” on a voyage to the remote fjords and volcanic isles along the country's western coast.
Discover Southeast Alaska (Juneau to Sitka) [on request]
See the spray of whales only yards away and venture into secluded inlets as you get up close to nature, whether from the decks of the Chichagof Dream or aboard its skiffs and kayaks.
Discover Denali National Park [waitlist only]
Keep binoculars close at hand: this dazzling and vast wilderness is home to Dall sheep, eagles, wolves, migrating caribou, and grizzly bears—and catching sight of them is a thrill not soon forgotten.
National Parks & Lodges of the Old West [on request]
Visit the world’s largest mammoth site, where scientists are excavating remains of Columbian and woolly mammoths from 26,000 years ago.
Stay Connected to Berkeley for Life
Local or global, far or wide—wherever you roam, keep a piece of Berkeley with you.
Our Tour Lecturers
Meet the enrichment lecturers who accompany many of our tours and offer fascinating educational details to take your vacation to the next level.