Lewis and Clark Expedition

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JUL. 18-26, 2015 From $3,795
Clarkston, Sacajawea State Park, The Dalles, Stevenson, Astoria, Portland
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Lewis and Clark Expedition

JUL. 18-26, 2015
Clarkston, Sacajawea State Park, The Dalles, Stevenson, Astoria, Portland
Aboard American Empress

Follow the passage of Lewis and Clark’s fabled expedition to the Pacific coast as you journey through a geological masterpiece of astounding landscapes 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, Wash., a gateway to North America’s deepest gorge. Explore Sacajawea State Park, the site of the famed explorers’ 1805 campsite, and The Dalles, the end of the Oregon Trail. Take in magnificent scenery in Stevenson, Wash., home to the renowned Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center, and delight in the small-town charms of Astoria, before concluding your voyage in Portland, the City of Roses.

Cost: From $3,795
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Activity Level: Mild Activity
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  • It’s always such a pleasure to travel with UCLA Alumni Travel. The creative and diverse itineraries always provide an unparalleled cultural experience."
    Chris Wolfus ’67, Traveler

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Pricing: from $3,545 per person
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Special Offers (if booked by March 20, 2015)

  • $100 Onboard Early Booking Credit (per stateroom)
  • Free 1-Night Pre-cruise Program
  • $500 Early Booking Savings (per stateroom)
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310.206.0613 (P)
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travel@alumni.ucla.edu
  • It’s always such a pleasure to travel with UCLA Alumni Travel. The creative and diverse itineraries always provide an unparalleled cultural experience."
    Chris Wolfus ’67, Traveler

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STEP 1
Download the tour Reservation Form here. This tour is booked quickly, so sign up early to reserve space.

STEP 2
Enclose a check or provide credit card information for $500 per person, per tour, as a deposit for the selected tour. Make check payable to Go Next. Deposits are provisional and fully refundable pending your acceptance of final brochure terms.

STEP 3
Mail completed reservation form and your deposit to:

UCLA Alumni Association
Attn: Alumni Travel
James West Alumni Center
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1397

A brochure will be mailed to you as soon as it is available.

Terms & Conditions

Written cancellations from time of booking up to 90 days prior to departure will be assessed a minimum administrative fee of approximately $250; within 90 days of departure, refunds vary according to the policies of each tour operator. Please read the cancellation clauses contained within the brochure for this tour carefully.

CST 2077280-40

Travel Insurance

We strongly recommend you purchase travel insurance to cover the possibility of trip cancellation or interruption, emergency medical evacuation, medical expenses and baggage loss incurred while traveling. All confirmed passengers will receive travel insurance information in your confirmation packet. It’s one of our many membership benefits! For information about travel insurance, visit alumni.ucla.edu/travel-insurance. Coverage for pre-existing medical conditions, terrorist incidents and travel supplier financial insolvencies will be provided if the insurance is purchased within 15 days of your trip deposit. Please read the insurance brochure carefully.

Download Reservation Form Download Brochure (0.8 MB) Request Brochure In Mail
310.206.0613 (P)
310.209.4271 (F)
travel@alumni.ucla.edu
  • It’s always such a pleasure to travel with UCLA Alumni Travel. The creative and diverse itineraries always provide an unparalleled cultural experience."
    Chris Wolfus ’67, Traveler