Mar 05, 2023 — Mar 10, 2023

Great Trains & Grand Canyons

With Jim Falk

About the Tour

"The Grand Canyon is the one great sight which every American should see.”  In 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt said this when he first laid eyes on one of nature’s most awe-inspiring sights. Every traveler should explore our own beautiful American West and that is exactly what you will do on this exciting travel program to Arizona. This travel experience features a combination of American West highlights with the scenery of Grand Canyon National Park & the red rocks of Sedona, the Native American history at the Montezuma Castle National Monument, the Old West nostalgia of two train rides & 5 nights at a picturesque property in Sedona, Arizona. Just north of Phoenix, Sedona is known for its jeep rides, artist galleries and breathtaking red rock scenery, and is the perfect “home base” for this 6 day/5 night adventure.

$3,665 per person including airfare from Philadelphia.

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Please email the form above to travel@wacphila.org after filling it out. Payment information will be collected  by the tour operator upon booking.

Your Council Leader

Jim Falk, president emeritus of the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth, retired in March 2021 after serving as the organization’s president since 2001. Now residing in Santa Fe, New Mexico he is member of the Board of Global Santa Fe where he chairs the program committee. Additionally, Jim co-hosts The McCuistion Program, a public affairs program, that airs weekly on KERA-Dallas (PBS). His interest in travel and global affairs grew from high school years spent in Tunis where he attended a French lycée. He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and earned his MA in Foreign Affairs at the University of Virginia specializing in international law and Middle East politics. In 2012, he was appointed Honorary Consul for the Kingdom of Morocco. Jim has led numerous trips on behalf of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia to including Tunisia and Morocco.