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So when traveling, what energizes you? Culturious guests often use the word “energized” when describing how they feel after returning home. They tell us their trip has given them new ways to experience each place they traveled to, and that they emerged renewed and recharged.


Culturious trips stimulate, then satisfy,


your curiosity – challenging you to go beyond the guidebooks to experience a destination as the locals do. You’ll try new things, gain new perspectives, feel revitalized, physically connected so that in total you feel transformed.... and find yourself someplace new.


Along with all the elements that have made Tauck successful – service, value and experience – our Culturious trips engage you in immersive, hands-on experiences as part of a small group averaging 20 guests… motivating you to see the world – and yourself – in a whole new way.


I hope you join us in 2012 on these wonderful Culturious trips!


find yourself someplace new...


Daniel W. Mahar, CEO


WHAT’S INSIDE Tuscany & Cinque Terre – 8 Days


Venice, Verona & the Veneto – 8 Days


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Provence – 8 Days ------------------------------------------------22 Paris & the Loire Valley – 8 Days ------------------------------26 Costa Rica – 8 Days


Yellowstone & the Tetons: American Safari – 8 Days


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NEW! Limited Availability Wonderland: Yellowstone in Winter – 9 Days


Four Corners, Southwest USA – 8 Days


General Information ------------------------------------38 -------------------------42 ---------------------------------------------46 = See video on our website = Stories by Ken Burns = Rail Journeys = Crafted by Tauck and Ken Burns


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