Flying Jayhawks travelers departed from Miami on Jan. 20 and spent 18 nights sailing from Florida to Ecuador aboard the luxury cruise ship Regatta.
Ports included Key West; Cozumel and Costa Maya, Mexico; Belize City, Belize; Santo Tomas, Guatemala; Roatan, Honduras; Puerto Limon, Costa Rica; Fuerte Amador, Panama; and Manta, Ecuador. A highlight of the trip included passage through the Panama Canal, the famed waterway that connects the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.
Have you been bitten by the travel bug? Our alumni travel program includes domestic and international destinations. For more information about the Flying Jayhawks program, including the 2016 schedule, or to sign up to receive emails or brochures about future adventures, visit www.kualumni.org/flyingjayhawks.
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A small group of Jayhawks spent six days in the Inca Highlands of Machu Picchu, Cusco and the Sacred Valley on a recent Flying Jayhawks trip.
Travelers experienced the culturally rich region of the Peruvian Andes from Oct. 18-23, 2015. They enjoyed a richly educational journey to “The Lost City of the Incas” with the expert guidance of an Orbridge expedition leader, visited pre-Columbian temples, toured the ancient Inca capital of Cusco and experienced the magic of a sunrise on the “top of the world.” They also participated in an Andean healing ceremony with a local Shaman.
Our group of alumni travelers included Bob, c’68, g’60, PhD’84, and Lois Nelson, c’78; Chris, c’70, and Joyce Saricks, c’70; and Anne Marie DeGeorge, ’83, and her father, Richard DeGeorge.
If you’re looking for a unique adventure, check out the Flying Jayhawks lineup for 2016. It features a variety of travel options, including a Tanzania safari, European cruises and domestic opportunities. Visit www.kualumni.org/travel for more information or to request a brochure.
More photos from the Machu Picchu trip are available on Flickr, courtesy of Bob Nelson.