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Variety/Worldwide   

TraveLearn’s programs are designed for adult learners and include the level of comfort we believe that most adults are looking for. We use carefully chosen, centrally located, air conditioned deluxe and first class accommodations with private baths for all our programs. In more remote, scenic, or historic areas on some portions of some programs, we provide the best available accommodations.

TraveLearn programs require that participants be in good health and able to do moderate walking. Some destinations are more strenuous than others. TraveLearn's overseas programs explore, explain, and teach not only about ancient traditions and cultures, but also provide insights into contemporary local customs and the current social, economic, and political situations in each of their worldwide destinations. Our national and local guides are not only extremely well informed about their country's past, but they are also knowledgeable about their country's present scene and are willing to share their personal and family histories to give you a better understanding of Today.

TraveLearn   
www.travelearn.com    
800-235-9114



Archaelogy   

The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, located in southwestern Colorado, is dedicated to understanding, teaching, and preserving the rich history of the ancestral Pueblo Indians (also called the Anasazi) who inhabited the canyons and mesas of the Mesa Verde region more than 700 years ago. The area has one of the densest concentrations of well-preserved archaeological sites in the world, attracting the interest of archaeologists, and capturing the imagination of the public, for well over 100 years. Crow Canyon's campus-based programs allow you to participate in actual archaeological research, making exciting discoveries in the field and laboratory that add to our collective understanding of the Pueblo past. The Center’s research and education programs are developed in consultation with American Indians, whose insights complement the archaeological perspective and add a unique cross-cultural dimension to your experience.   

Crow Canyon Archaelogical Center   
http://www.crowcanyon.org/    
800-422-8975



Yosemite   

List of courses for 2008: Art & Music /Backpacks/
Birding/ Day Hikes/
Drawing & Painting/ Earth Sciences/
Family & Children/ Festivals & Conferences /
Mind, Body & Spirit/ Native American/
Natural & Cultural History/ One-Day Courses/
Photography /Practical Skills
Teacher Courses/  Volunteer Service /
Wildflowers & Botany/ Wildlife /
Winter Courses/ Women's Courses/ 
Writing  
   
Yosemite Outdoor Adventures   
http://www.yosemitestore.com/Merchant/seminar.htm    
209-379-2321


 
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