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Chile (Solar Eclipse)

JUNE 28-JULY 8, 2019

On July 2nd, witness the best that our natural universe has to offer, explore the landscapes around the regal Andes Mountains, watch the sun set, and walk among the stars.

Madagascar

AUGUST 4-17, 2019

Discover the plants and wildlife of one of the world’s most unique biodiversity hotspots. This expedition will explore the education, healthcare, and economy of the world’s 4th largest island.

Colombia

AUGUST 8-16, 2019

Colombia is the second most biodiverse country on the planet and has the best coffee growing regions in the world! From the sprawling metropolis of Medellin, to tiny pueblos of the Caribbean, …

 

Tanzania

OCTOBER 6-17, 2019

Interact with the Maasai and Hadzabe Bushmen, visit farms, schools, and health clinics to add context and authenticity to this cultural expedition. The adventure culminates in the legendary Serengeti.

Egypt

OCTOBER 11-16, 2019

See how past, present, and future intertwine in the breadbasket of the ancient world. Unearth “the Gift of the Nile” from a local’s perspective, exploring alleyways, markets, and mosques.

Thailand

NOVEMBER 9-19, 2019

Discover bustling cities, lush jungles, and exotic beaches, explore how Buddhist traditions shape everyday life, bathe rescued elephants, and snorkel on protected jungle islands.

 

Cuba

DECEMBER 5-15, 2019

Enjoy rooftop views, listen to jazz and rumba, and reflect on the island’s remarkable history. Join artists in their studios and on the streets while discovering Cuba's evolving art scene.

Bali

JANUARY 19-28, 2020

Experience the surf, sand, and spirituality of this magnificent gem of the Indonesian archipelago and learn why this paradise has been dubbed the jewel of the South Pacific.

 

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I was on the first trip to Cuba this program had, and let me tell you, if you want to travel with anyone, you want to travel with RPCVs. RPCVs “get it” — especially when traveling to places like Cuba, Colombia, or anywhere else NPCA goes.
— John Coyne
 
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