We offer customized trips that combine exciting destinations with expert guides, for a unique travel experience focused on foreign policy and international affairs.
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Sometimes the best way to connect to the world is to get on a plane and go someplace new! WorldOregon has established connections around the globe that allow us to offer members access to individuals and experiences that they can't get when traveling alone or on other tours. We are working towards expanding our travel offerings in the coming year.
WorldOregon frequently 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 their landmark trip to the People's Republic of China in 1977, when they 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.
Our trips and partner-travel opportunities offer all the highlights of touring plus access to local experts who give behind-the-scenes perspective, and provide opportunities for travelers to connect authentically with people across the world.
2018 travel opportunities:
October 21 - 26 Inside New York with Derrick Olsen
Join us for our second annual small-group program of briefings and special events where you will go behind-the-scenes to hear from, and question, our nation’s foreign policy makers. We will hear directly from Ambassadors to gain a global perspective on the issues of the day. Speakers last year included Ambassador François Delattre, Ambassador, French Mission to U.N.; Elaine French, Deputy Political Counselor, U.S. Mission to U.N.; Nikolai Galkin, Senior Political Affairs Officer in the Security Council Secretariat Branch within the Department of Political Affairs; Leo Grohowski, Executive Vice President & Chief Investment Officer for BNY Mellon Wealth Management and Dr. Steven E. Sokol, President of the American Council on Germany. Stay at the Lexington Hotel, centrally located in Midtown Manhattan.
Learn more on the World Affairs Council of Philadephia website, here.
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