Building the Ugandan Asian Archive
Read full story
The Carleton Alumni Travel program provides members of our community with immersive learning experiences through expert-led small group tours. Your exploration will be enhanced by the knowledge of your guide, a Carleton faculty member or alumnus who is an expert in the culture, history or natural world of your destination.
Carleton University is proud to partner with Worldwide Quest in the delivery of these unique alumni travel experiences. Upon clicking the links listed below, you will be redirected to the Carleton Alumni Travel hub on Worldwide Quest’s website. Please note that when you exit Carleton’s web pages, the privacy policies of any websites linked to may not be the same as Carleton’s privacy policies.
September 29 – October 5, 2017
Celebrate Canada’s 150th in Newfoundland. Find out what’s going on in St. John’s and on Fogo Island; the architecture, the art, the way of life on the edge of the earth.
Start in St. John’s with its eclectic mix of architecture; iconic jelly-bean coloured houses and the striking Rooms, the art and cultural centre. Enjoy the city’s vibrant food and music scene and take in a presentation at Memorial University.
Then enjoy four nights at the multi-award-winning Fogo Island Inn, a traditional yet contemporary masterpiece of modern architecture and design founded by Carleton alumna Zita Cobb. Community hosts share their own ‘salty Narnia’; a full program of land and sea excursions, foraging outings, and a visit to the outport town of Tilting.
November 2 – 12, 2017
Carleton history professor Rod Phillips is always keen to get back to Chile and Argentina for the variety and styles of wines beyond what we an find in North America. For this tour, Rod has selected wineries that not only produce fine wines, but are interesting to visit – for their historical value, architectural character and dramatically beautiful settings.
As you travel from Santiago out to the coast to Valparaiso, across the Andes to Mendoza, and north to Salta, the wine will be front and centre, and you’ll also enjoy local culinary specialities, visit markets and have cooking lessons.
Discover the great wines and stunning scenery of Chile and Argentina with a most congenial group of Carleton alumni and friends.
Carleton University Alumni. 130,000 strong