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On a Collette vacation you truly experience the history, culture and people wherever you visit. You sample local dining, stay in authentic, centrally located hotels, and enjoy many included events and entertainment. There are five main groups of escorted or hosted tours.

Enjoy Australia or New Zealand on their own, or take a tour that combines both countries, or select a tour that covers the South Pacific. Tours range in duration from 18 to 28 days.

Discover Europe your way. 16 Different regional tours to choose from, with selections in Western Europe featuring Britain & Ireland; Scotland; Scotland and Ireland; Norway; Italy; Switzerland, Austria and Bavaria; Legendary waterways of Europe; Central Europe; and Eastern European cities including Prague; Budapest; and Croatia. Tours range from 10 to 16 days.

Discover Canada's Atlantic Coast including Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. Tours are 10-11 days long.

Enjoy the United States with Collette. From a 5 day city stay to an 11-day package called the Western Wonders, Collette Vacations features 8 exciting packages and some of the finest destinations the country has to offer.

Collette vacations offers exciting tours to various "exotic" destinations in Africa including Egypt, East & South Africa; Central and South America; The Yangtze River in China, and the wonders of Iceland. Tours range in duration from 8 to 20 days.


Exclusively available through Collette Vacations Smithsonian Journeys Travel Adventures offers you the best in educational travel worldwide. Local expert speakers make the difference between simply seeing, and truly understanding your destination.

Become a Smithsonian Associate for $58.00 per family and receive your personalized membership card.

Associates enjoy unique travel experiences, 12 issues of the Smithsonian magazine, 10% off on Museum shops and catalogue purchases, advance notice of seminars in your area, and free admission to the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York.