Smithsonian Journeys Travel Adventures Now Preferred with

Smithsonian Journeys Travel Adventures (SJTA)— a brand created by the partnership of Collette Vacations— is now a preferred supplier of The news was announced at's 12th International Conference & Trade Show.

SJTA tours are distinguished by guest speakers who are experts in their field and share their passion and knowledge on location (i.e., Egyptologists, naturalists and art historians, archaeologists). Each custom-crafted tour is created for adventurous travelers motivated by education and curiosity; flexibility and economical rates distinguish the vacation line. Worldwide learning vacations rates start at $1149 and destinations range from Vietnam to Washington, D.C.; Australia and New Zealand to Turkey. Meals and accommodations featured on these tours reflect the region as educational highlights  focus on archaeology, art, architecture, geology, wine, glaciology, plant and animal life, and history. agents who book any air-inclusive Smithsonian Journeys Travel Adventures tour can offer clients complimentary roundtrip home to airport sedan service on all air-inclusive SJTA tours. This free round trip sedan service transfer— including gratuities— from home to the airport is included and available in many U.S. cities within a 50 mile radius of more than 80 gateways.


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