Travel The World
The World Affairs Council of Oregon partners with the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia to offer unique travel tours to fascinating destinations around the world.
The World Affairs Council of Philadelphia began its extraordinary offering of educational tours with our landmark trip to the People's Republic of China in 1977, when we were among the first westerners to enter this fascinating country. Since then, the Council has designed frequent trips around the globe, visiting such diverse locations as Vietnam, Egypt, the Netherlands, Morocco, Antarctica, and Cuba, plus locations like the Pacific Northwest and the Antebellum South here in the U.S.
The trips the Council sponsors offer all the highlights of touring plus access to political leaders and other local experts who give behind the scenes views and briefings that make our trips special and unique.
Upcoming Travel Programs
There are not currently any events scheduled for this program.
Recent Travel News
Join host Maria Wulff, President of the World Affairs Council of Oregon, for an 8 day, 7 night trip to Cuba featuring tours to UNESCO World Heritage Sites, historic towns and cities, and visits with Cubans from all walks of life.
World Affairs Council of Oregon President, Maria Wulff, recently returned from hosting a 9-day international trip, leading a tour through the Adriatic aboard the M.S. LE LYRIAL. The trip, organized by the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, took guests to five countries and eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Join Council President Maria Wulff and visit five countries and up to eight UNESCO World Heritage sites aboard the 200-guest M.S. LE LYRIAL. Explore Split, Dubrovnik, Kotor, Montenegro, and Albania, and the ancient Greek site of Delphi.
Join Council president Maria Wulff and our friends from the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia as they explore Tanzania’s long and fascinating history. This trip is limited to 17 travelers.
This 8-day cruise from Venice down the exquisitely beautiful Adriatic coast of Croatia will feature lectures by General Wesley Clark, NATO Supreme Allied Commander. Maria Wulff will lead the World Affairs Council of America’s group.