Browse our unique and specially developed World Heritage Sites Tours from the links right below. Our World Heritage Sites vacations include Airfare (unless otherwise noted), airport transfers, hotel accommodations, and custom designed touring across each itinerary. You can also customize your tour with optional tours, transfers and fun activities to add even more value to your tour when you're ready to travel to World Heritage Sites. If you have any questions or need help please feel free to speak to one of our travel agents who are happy to answer your questions or help plan your World Heritage Sites tour.
13 days/11 nights
Take an 11-night trip, starting your trip to India with a stop in Delhi, where you see Humayun’s Tomb and the Qutab Minar. From there, fly to Udaipur and explore the Jagdish Temple and the Sahelion Ki Bari Gardens. Then fly to Jaipur and visit the Palace of the Winds and the Jantar Mantar Observatory. Afterward, travel to Agra and see the Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. Next, fly to Khajuraho and tour the Chandela Dynasty temples. Then fly to Varanasi, on the Ganges River, and journey to Sarnath, where you explore the ruins of monasteries and Buddhist art. Finally, transit through Delhi on your way back home. Starting from $3710, including air, with guaranteed weekly departures.
9 days/7 nights
Take a 7-night trip and visit the World Heritage Sites of Korea. Start in Seoul where the tour includes visits to the Gyeongbok Palace and the beautiful Secret Garden. Next, take a full-day tour, visiting Suwon and Yeoju, where you see the Hwaseong Fortress, a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site, and the Tomb of King Sejong the Great, a 15th-century king who presided over multiple scientific and cultural contributions. The next day travel to Gyeongju and see the 6th-century Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple. After a visit to Tumuli Park the following day, travel to Suncheon and visit the Naganeupseong Fortress Village. Finally, travel back to Seoul, where you have a full day to enjoy at your leisure. Starting from $4110, land and air from San Francisco or Los Angeles via Singapore Airlines, with daily guaranteed departures.
13 days/11 nights
Take an 11-night trip and enjoy a comprehensive tour of Korea, starting in Seoul, where you see the Gyeongbok Palace and the Jogyesa Temple. Then travel to Mt. Seorak National Park and enjoy the rock formations and scenic views of the mountain, including scaling a mountain by cable car to Gweongeumseong Fortress. Travel to Daegu and to Mt. Gaya and Mt. Jiri, two national parks with scenic views and Buddhist temples. Afterward, travel overland to Gyeongju, where sights include the 6th-century Seokguram Grotto, Bulguksa Temple and Tumuli Park. Then transfer to the port city of Busan for a full-day tour, including Dongbaek Island. Next, fly to Jeju Island for a two-night stay and see Dragon Head Coast and the Jeongbang Waterfalls. Finally, fly back to Seoul for your return to the US. Starting from $6150, land and air from San Francisco or Los Angeles via Singapore Airlines, with daily guaranteed departures,
13 days/11 nights
Take an 11-night trip and travel off the beaten path on this odyssey through the Philippines. Start in Manila, where you see the historic walled city of Intramuros and Fort Santiago. Later, travel by boat to Corregidor Island, a historic Spanish fortress where Filipino and American soldiers put up a gallant stand to resist the enemy in World War II. Next, fly to Bohol and see the famous Chocolate Hills. From there, travel to Cebu, the “Queen City of the South,” and tour Magellan’s Cross and Fort San Pedro. Then, fly to Palawan, where you tour the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park and canoe along the river through a network of caves. Finally, transit through Manila on your way back to the US. Starting from $3010, including air, with guaranteed weekly departures.
11 days/9 nights
Take a 9-night trip and visit the islands of the Philippines on a journey through the major sites in these beautiful islands. Start in Manila, the capital, where you see the historic walled city of Intramuros and Rizal Park. Next, travel to Banaue and take a jeepney ride through the 2,000-year-old Banaue rice terraces that are carved into the face of mountains. From there, travel to Baguio, a favorite vacation spot for Filipinos because of its cool climate, flowers, and vegetables and strawberries. Next, transit through Manila on your way to Cebu, the “Queen City of the South,” where you visit the Basilica del Santo Nino and Magellan’s Cross. Afterward, take a ferry to the island of Bohol, where you see the Chocolate Hills and enjoy a cruise along the Loboc River. Finally, transit through Cebu on your way back to the US. Starting from $2995, including air, with guaranteed weekly departures.