NEW EXPERIENCES IN 2024!!!!
The "Wilds & Wines"
of South Africa
Pre-trip extension in Cape Town
10 days - 9 nights
May 19 - 28, 2024
TRAVEL IS BACK...Don't wait!
Travel is back and we have been doing our research to bring you a safe travel experience you will not forget.
TREE is excited to bring you these awesome travel experiences in the next year.
Why plan this trip now?
- You can sign up with just a small deposit.
- All trips are totally refundable.
- If a trip date changes for any reason and they don’t work for you, you may transfer your deposit to another trip or get a refund.
- Trips are limited to small groups, so save your spot!
- What do you have to lose?
Sign up now!!!
Future trips being planned...
Medellin Holiday Lights & Cultural Tour
Future Date to be determined
There are few things more exciting than watching the Medellin city streets become illuminated with these colorful light displays, while enjoying private house & garden tours, a wine tasting, holiday craft bazaars, & cooking classes.
Cali / Coffee Triangle / Bogota
Future Date to be determined
Experience the ecosystems, rain & cloud forest adventures, plants, private house & gardens, fabulous cities, culture, food, art, music, museums and architecture of Colombia!
TREE is monitoring all of our travel destinations. TREE is conferring with our top scientific and medical consultants on best travel practices going forward. Travel operators will have future protocols in place. TREE will initiate the correct protocols with all partners. TREE is offering trips to Colombia that have a good shot of moving forward later this year. Colombia flights are under 3 hours from South Florida. TREE will make each experience safe. TREE has ways to get you there with private charters if necessary. Tours are private "just for our group" or open-air experiences. There will be a way!
You will fall in love with your trip experience. All trips have surprises in store for you! Many of the places we travel to are only accessible through TREE Institute International’s adventures.
We offer these trips in order to raise money for our programs. Click here to read about the many programs we support. A part of your fees is tax-deductible, as they support our programs.
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