Adult Tours

Travel is all about experience.

Nothing can take away the wonderful memories made while traveling, whether it is hiking up 400 steps to the top of Notre Dame in Paris or visiting the Three Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, you won’t soon forget the rich history and beautiful scenery your world has to offer.

The locations that are so prominent in literature and history are no longer just names on a page. There is no way to better understand the significance of the French Revolution than to walk the halls of Versailles.  History comes alive as you follow the life and footsteps of the late Pope John Paul II. Science is brought to a whole new level walking through the town that Leonardo Da Vinci grew up in, and Art cannot truly be appreciated until you can see the real brush strokes of Rembrandt and the careful sculpting of Michelangelo.

Travel your world puts together packages that will fulfill your dreams of exploration, relaxation or something in between. We create special, limited tours for adults who wish to travel.


Central Europe Spring 2015

  Castles, Cruises, Breweries, Culinary Delights, Museums, Galleries, UNESCO sites……….  FRANKFURT, GERMANY There’s plenty to see and do in this 2,000-year-old German City. From the futuristic skylines, the autobahn, home to the richest collections of museums and theatres to the romantic wine village of Rudesheim along the Rhine’s Rhine River.  PRAGUE CZECH The capital and …

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China Spring 2015 – SOLD OUT

Day 1 International flight Departing from Edmonton International Airport Day 2  Beijing Welcome to China, one of the most fascinating countries in the world. Meet your TYW guide and continue to your hotel and your first experience of the Chinese Cuisine. Hua nyíng ! Day 3  Beijing Today you will begin your adventure in Tian’anmen …

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Ireland and Scotland Summer 2015

Download the IRELAND & SCOTLAND Tour Brochure Dublin The capital and most populated city in Ireland, Dublin was originally founded as a Viking settlement. Famous for its rich literary history, Dublin was once home to the William Butler Yeats, Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde and also served as the location for James Joyce’s “Ulysses.” With a variety …

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Peru Spring 2015

Few countries in the world can rival Peru for the sheer drama of its archeological sites and the incredible physical beauty of its landscapes. Within the mountains of Peru lies the jagged peaks of the Andes Mountains, the enchanting ruins of Machu Picchu, the Lost City of the Incas and the Sacred Valley.  Many of Peru’s …

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