We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.

~T. S. Eliot

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Last year, Josh’s parents took a trip of a lifetime—a riverboat cruise through Europe. It was something they had dreamed about and saved for virtually their entire lives. The mere anticipation of the journey brought them and us tremendous joy.

It made us start thinking about what our own trip of a lifetime would be.  Where are those places so eye-opening and so transformative that the mere anticipation of visiting could change how we see the world?

So we started making a list.

Last year we created a trip to Cuba (see photos from that journey here)

And this year we are heading into the golden triangle of India.  No other destination in the world can make you feel more alive and more colorful…and more grateful for all that you have

We’ve centered the trip around Holi, the annual festival of colour in India, truly a once in a lifetime experience.

Take a look at the epic journey we’ve created and go on an adventure with us, March 7-17, 2017

Should you decide to embark, we’ve designated a personal Beekman 1802 Trip of a Lifetime concierge who can answer all of your pre-trip questions

Anna Kamrow
Direct tel: 763 852 8119
Toll-free: 800 533 0324
Email: akamrow@carlsonwagonlit.com

Click here to learn all the details or to register

 

 

 

Beekman 1802 Trip of a Lifetime: India by Carlos Stewart on Scribd


 

Meander.Master.Taste.Treat. Give.Grow.

Beekman 1802 trips of of a lifetime are inspired by our own wanderlust and our desire to do more on vacations than just "see things." The 6 talismans await:  master, meander, taste, treat, give and grow with us!
by Josh and Brent

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Dee O'Hara

I am interested in finding out about this trip.
I am a retired teacher, i am also a bit disabled, although looking at me at nearly 6 ft tall, you cannot tell.
I have a 5 level lumbar fusion that was caused by a surgeon, but i still maintain an 8 room home, 3 Pixie-Bobs, all weighing 15 lbs each, and the home is 1700 sq feet!
I have two earned masters in art and physical education, I coached 14 years,taught 11 and brought the first boy into the sport of synchronized swimming in 1989, against a few, quite a few nay sayers. He is a World Champion now, Bill May is his name,and if the IOC is intelligent , Tokyo will be hosting the first Mixed-Duets in the 2020 Olympics!
I am very interested in this trip, if the expenses are not contraindicated, and if Bill is going to Tokyo, I will not be able to do both and I will go to Tokyo!

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