Tue June 11, 2013
Join KUER in South India, November 7-23, 2013
By Gayle Ewer
Connect with the people and places that you hear about on NPR by joining KUER's "Citizens of the World" Travel Program. Their next stop is to South India to explore the beauties and traditions of Tamil Nadu.South India: The Silk Route, Spices & Splendid Temples
November 7–23, 2013 • 17 days, 14 nights
Sri Lanka Post-Tour Extension: November 22–30, 2013
See remarkable temples including the twin-spired Shore Temple at Mahabalipuram and the palace of Thirumalai Nayak in ancient Madurai. Fly to Kochi (Cochin) and board the luxury MV Vrinda for a two-night cruise through the backwaters of tropical Kerala. Aboard the Vrinda and a traditional kettuvallam, or rice boat, you’ll absorb the lush river environment and gain insights into regional village life. Your trip ends with a city tour of Mumbai (Bombay), India’s ﬁnancial and entertainment industries. You may choose to extend your stay for a week-long tour of Sri Lanka, the tropical island nation near India’s southeast coast.
Click here for details on how to sign up. Contact Susan Kropf with questions.