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A Group Experience

Whether your organization is social, fraternal, ethnic, cultural, or service oriented, Scholarly Sojourns can design a bespoke travel and learning experience around a specific subject for your group. And we take care of all the details - ensuring your journey is not only well organized but effortless - saving you precious time. Finally, we can match your organization's particular interest with a noted scholar who will design the journey specifically for you. Some unique features of our group sojourn service include:

  • Travel for a few as 8 or as many as 500 individuals
  • The ability to adjust the ratio of group activities to free time
  • A customized website to allow your members to register individually

Scholarly Sojourns can design a travel experience around any number of topics and subjects. For instance book club groups may wish to explore the settings of a favorite author and fraternal organizations may want to explore the location of their group’s historic roots.  Regardless of the subject matter, Scholarly Sojourns can match your group’s needs with a noted scholar who will bring expert knowledge to the endeavor. And, because we maintain relationships with a vast network of local guides and experts, we are often able to gain your group access to sites and locations not usually open to the general public.

Click here to complete our Custom Sojourn Request Form.

Group Sojourn Suggestions

Scholarly Sojourns can design sojourns to match the unique interests of your organization. Some suggested sojourns are:

  • Literature and Landscape: The Devon & Cornwall Coasts
  • In Search of Great Single Malts: The Whisky Trail in Scotland
  • Pictures of the Desert: Photographing Monument Valley
  • The Foods of Tuscany

Begin designing your organization’s custom sojourn by clicking the link at left.

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