Cultural Travel & Study Tours
The Guide to Cultural Travel & Study Tours
Friends of the National Zoo
       
Website nationalzoo.si.edu/education/
Year Established 1980
Program Description Wildlife safaris & National Parks Tour with daily lectures. Teen & family travel programs also offered.
Number of Programs/Year 15-20
Program Length 8-13 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio ~25
Program Focus Culture/History/Heritage, Research, Nature/Science
Faculty A naturalist & FONZ representative
Costs $1,895-$5,960 including shared lodging & meals. Single supplement & optional excursions may be available. A portion of the cost goes to support the Zoo's national & international conservation programs.
U.S. Locations Alaska
Montana
Wyoming
Global Locations Costa Rica
Ecuador
Galapagos Islands
Kenya
Peru
South Africa
South America
Months May, July, September, October, November
Contact Program Director
Friends of the National Zoo
National Zoological Park
Washington, DC 20008
United States
Phone: 202-673-4994
Fax: 202-673-4738

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