Planning Stages

Year round, our team at AIA Tours works with a variety of local experts around the world to bring you archaeology-themed travel experiences to more than 35 countries and six continents. Each tour is accompanied by a knowledgeable and congenial AIA lecturer/host and professional tour manger/local guide(s). In addition to these small-group tours, we will be offering Private Departures.  Contact us for more information. These trips are designed for anyone with an interest in archaeology, from the curious to the connoisseur.

We are adding new trips all the time! If you are interested in any of the trips below, and would like to be notified when more information becomes available, call us at 800-748-6262 or email aia@studytours.org and mention which tours you are interested in.

Tours

Sicily: Archaeology, Art & Cuisine

September 13-24, 2022 in the planning stages (12 days)

with AIA lecturer/host Gerald Schaus

Turkish Coast: Following the Footsteps of St. Paul

September 21- October 1 2022 in the planning stages (11 days)

with AIA lecturer/host C. Brian Rose

Oman: Crossroads of the Indian Ocean & Arabian Gulf

October 6-19, 2022 in the planning stages (14 days)

with AIA lecturer/host Trevor Marchand

Origins of Humans & Wine: Azerbaijan, Georgia & Armenia

October 9-24, 2022 - In the planning stages (16 days)

with AIA lecturer/host Ian Tattersall

The Best of Ancient Peru

October 10-24, 2022 in the planning stages (15 days)

with AIA lecturer/host Jo Burkholder

The Legacy of the Etruscans: Latium, Umbria & Tuscany

October 12-23, 2022 in the planning stages (12 days)

with AIA lecturer/host Lisa C. Pieraccini

Tunisia: Phoenicians to Romans, Mosaics to Mosques

October 13-23, 2022 in the planning stages (11 days)

with AIA lecturer/host Nejib ben Lazreg

Cruising the Mekong River: Vietnam and Cambodia

October 17-30, 2022 in the planning stages (14 days)

with AIA lecturer/host Joyce C. White

Jungle Kingdoms of the Ancient Maya

January/February 2023 (14 days)

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