TTU Alumni Association Travel Program 

logo: Where do you want to Go Next?The TTU Alumni Association is pleased to offer a partnership with Go Next Travel to provide our alumni with fun, but reasonably priced, opportunities to travel the world with other TTU alums and alumni from other area universities.

For more information on any trip, click on the links below, visit Go Next Travel online or call Go Next toll free at (800) 842-9023. You may also call the Alumni Office at (800) 889-8730 or (931) 372-3205.


AMERICAN EMPRESS | Clarkston to Portland | View photos and map | Details

Dates: July 18-26, 2015 (8 nights)
Price: From $3,545 per person, double occupancy (airfare is additional)
Specials Offers: $100 onboard credit per stateroom, free 1-night pre-cruise program, $500 early booking savings per stateroom if booked by March 20, 2015

Follow the passage of Lewis and Clark’s fabled expedition to the Pacific coast as you journey through a geological masterpiece of astounding landscapes. From verdant forests and magnificent mountains to breathtaking gorges and sparkling waterfalls, experience the natural majesty of the Pacific Northwest while cruising the Columbia and Snake Rivers aboard the American Empress, the largest and most elegant riverboat west of the Mississippi. Begin with a stay in Spokane, Washington’s second largest city, graced with beautiful parks and world-class museums. Embark on your river cruise in Clarkston, Washington, where rich Native American culture springs to life at the nearby Nez Perce National Historical Park. Follow the footsteps of Lewis and Clark and their legendary Shoshone guide to Sacajawea State Park, the site of the famed explorers’ 1805 campsite. Then delve into unique pioneer history at The Dalles—the end of the Oregon Trail—and take in magnificent scenery in Stevenson, Washington, home to the renowned Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center. Visit the Bonneville Dam, a monument to human ingenuity, and revel in the small-town charms of the oldest city west of the Rockies, Astoria, before your voyage concludes in the “City of Roses,” Portland.


OCEANIA CRUISES RIVIERA | Athens to Barcelona | View photos and map | Details

Dates: October 4-13, 2015 (8 nights) 
Price: From $2,999 per person, double occupancy (airfare included from select cities)
Special Price Reduction: 2-for-1 cruise fares with free airfare from select cities and bonus $1,000 early booking savings per stateroom if booked by June 30, 2015

History comes to life on this impressive voyage that reflects the heart and soul of the Mediterranean. Uncover a dazzling mosaic of cultural and historical treasures as you sail to Greece, Italy, Monaco, France and Spain aboard Oceania Cruises’ newest ship, Riviera. Depart Athens for the Sicilian town of Taormina, boasting an incredibly preserved Greek theater and breathtaking views of Mount Etna. Visit Sorrento, a delightful seaside resort with its fragrant lemon groves, winding cobblestone streets and majestic mountain vistas, or travel to Capri, where idyllic seascapes and quaint villages await. Cruise to Civitavecchia and visit the Eternal City of Rome, abounding with marvelous ancient structures, including the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and St. Peter’s Basilica. Explore the magnificent Renaissance museums and architecture of legendary Florence, stand before Pisa’s famous Leaning Tower, or admire the picturesque rolling hills of Tuscany. Then it’s on to glamorous Monte Carlo, a small, affluent enclave famous for its casino and stunning locale on the Riviera’s winding Grand Corniche, followed by colorful Marseille. Explore its lively markets and charming old quarter, or experience the rich Provençal countryside dotted with picturesque medieval towns, before your odyssey concludes in Barcelona.

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