Fall 2023-Exotic Travel SylLabus
Exotic Destinations and a Photographic Journey to the End of the Earth. Pack up your Steamer Trunks and travel stickers from the National Parks and around the World as Lee Rosenkranz, CTC (Certified Travel Counselor) and International Tour Guide for Florida Greeters/Dayaway Travel takes you back to the day of the Exotic Grand Tour On our beautiful blue planet, there are more than 57 million square miles of land to explore. Prepare for the Adventures of a Lifetime as we Journey to at least 7 Exotic Destinations, that’s one for each Continent or Ocean.
National Geographic Alaska Slideshow Recap
An African Safari
And Around the World
If you’re a fan of Earth porn in any kind of capacity, you should make Iceland your very next stop. It’s famous for it’s spectacular views of the aurora borealis, its majestic active volcanoes, and its mountain ranges with colors so pure and plentiful they seem to be painted with watercolors. When you run out of those breathtaking scenic diversions, there’s also Iceland’s native animals to gawk at (puffins! shaggy horses!). You could also explore one of it’s short-lived but incredibly beautiful ice caves and otherworldly rock formations. Why not snorkel through the the continental divide between Europe and North America in the purest water on the planet? Seriously, if you’re the kind of person who likes to see the Earth show off, Iceland is the place to go.
Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
In 1835, the HMS Beagle landed on the shores of the Galápagos Islands and a young geologist and naturalist named Charles Darwin stepped off that fateful ship to find a small group of islands that were home to one of the most diverse collections of wildlife to be found anywhere on the planet. That incredible diversity is still on display today at what has become one of the most thrilling tourist destinations on the planet. Lounge on the beach, swim with playful sea lions, penguins and marine iguanas that have no fear of man, or simply explore the nooks and crannies of the various islands in the volcanic chain. There are few places more edifying than a trip around the Galápagos Islands.
Pack up your Steamer Trunks and travel stickers from the National Parks and around the World
As Lee Rosenkranz, CTC (Certified Travel Counselor) and International Tour Guide for Florida Greeters/Dayaway Travel takes you back to the day of the Grand Tour and Around the World Cruises. Prepare for the Adventures of a Lifetime by Transatlantic Voyager, Luxurious Train Car or by roomy Sleeper Seat by Air. For more information see www.dayawaytravelclub.com
Self Introductions (Where have you lived and what was your favorite Vacation?)
Introduction to the ABC=s of Travel Terminology and Brochures
Government Tourist Offices and the information they provide.
The History of Tours
Deluxe African Tent Game Safaris
Private Car Tours
Door to Door Transportation
Around the World plane charters
And a “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” Dayaway Field Trip to the Island with the Highest Concentration of Wealth in the US.
October 13th– A limited number of seats are available to Imersive National Geographic King Tut Exhibit in Jacksonville
Round Table Discussion Groups and you choose the topics
Pictures, Videos, (How I spent my Summer Vacation)!
Share your Nostalgic Old Pictures, Stickers, Itineraries or Memories.
What is your most unforgettable travel moment?
On our beautiful blue planet, there are more than 57 million square miles of land to explore. If that number boggles your mind a bit, you’re not alone. With so many scenic, historic and culturally significant possibilities to choose from, it can be tough to narrow down the list of places to see before we reach the end of the road. If you’re looking for inspiration for some destinations with the most wow-factor, read on. Our world holds so many pleasant surprises around every corner. Here are ten guaranteed mesmerizing journeys to make the most of your days on this mortal coil.
The Magnificence of Florida’s State Preserves & Natural Sites plus US National Parks
Let’s go exploring to beautiful places, scenery and waterways through the sights and sounds of our natural surroundings. Let’s throw in some historic content to see how these places and parks came into their existence. Let’s dine in the tropics without leaving our own State. Let’s hear the songs and poems that bring these places to life. We will examine the Cultural Backgrounds of ancient to modern groups who helped form the places of interest which we view. We’ll do it virtually through the classroom with the opportunity to take a few live field trips to some of the places firsthand. For a full Syllabus contact Lee Rosenkranz, CTC (Certified Travel Counselor) by e-mail at email@example.com or through the web site-www.dayawaytravelclub.com then hit School. We’ll see you in September.
Eco-Tour Operators and Cruises
The Center for Great Apes
Swimming with Dolphins
Manatee Festivals, Parks and Lookouts
Florida Black Bear
Florida Festivals-Azalea, Caladium, Strawberry, Blueberry, Art, Crafts and Wildlife
Wineries and the Wine Stomp
Stunning National Parks, Forests and Preserves
Poetry, Song and Story
Florida Culinary History
Canopy Covered Roads and Cruises
CLASS DESCRIPTION: You may come from somewhere else,
You may only stay a few months,
However, You’re here now so let’s learn about what’s here to see, do and explore!
Lee Rosenkranz, CTC is a Certified Travel Counselor with expertise in the travel field and Florida.
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