We hope you will join us in embracing this magnificent world and the sites that bring us together.

About the Travel Program

Harvard Alumni Travels is your guide to discovering the world. Here are a few highlights of our educational travel programs:

  • Expert Harvard faculty members on every trip         
  • More than 80 destinations across all seven continents
  • Options for all experience and activity levels, from programs off the beaten path to more traditional trips
  • Meet and travel with fellow Harvard alumni from all over the world


Contact Us

To learn more about Harvard Alumni Travels or any of our programs, contact us at haatravels@harvard.edu or call (617) 496-0806.

Featured Trips

  • Sea Cloud II
    Apr 30, 2024 - May 8, 2024

    Cruising the French & Italian Rivieras

    Study Leader(s):
    Activity Level 3
    Combine a three-night luxury hotel stay on the French Riviera with a relaxed four-night cruise from Nice to Rome, with port calls in Portovenere (for the Cinque Terre), Livorno (for Lucca or Florence), and the Isle of Elba.
  • Sea Cloud II
    Oct 13, 2024 - Oct 22, 2024

    Western Mediterranean Civilizations

    Study Leader(s):
    Activity Level 3
    Cruise to the temples and cities left behind by waves of civilizations, including prehistoric peoples and the ancient Greeks, Carthaginians, and Romans.
  • Cathedral La Seu in Palma de Mallorca
    Oct 18, 2024 - Oct 26, 2024

    Catalan Interlude

    Study Leader(s):
    Activity Level 3
    Experience the gems of Catalonia on this Balearic Sea adventure that combines a land program and an elegant cruise on the elegant Sea Cloud II.

Travel Trips

Our friendly team can offer insights and answer any questions you may have. Simply call 800-422-1636 or email haatravels and we’ll be happy to assist you.

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Travel Talks Lecture Series

While actual travel was on pause, Harvard Alumni Travels hosted the Travel Talks lecture series, which delivered stimulating discussions evoking the spirit of educational engagement with Harvard study leaders.

View the Travel Talks Archive