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ANTHRO TOURS

Welcome to
A New Way to Travel

SET SAIL ON THE JOURNEY OF A LIFETIME

Find Your Next Trip

Destination

North America

Africa

Trip Type

South America

Asia

Europe

Oceania

What's your interest?

Are you an armchair historian or maybe you consider yourself a foodie? Do you dream of hiking into jungles to see monkeys in their natural habitat, or maybe spend a week listening to live music? We've got you covered with tours for history, wildlife, music and language immersion, and so much more below.

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Historical Tours

Wildlife Tours

Language & Music Tours

Sport & Culture Tours

Explore with the Anthro Tour Crew

Our crew of experts consists of anthropologists, biologists, food experts, outdoor adventurists, and seasoned storytellers. On our tours, they'll bring their passion for world travel. We'd like to introduce you to a few of them.

The Anthro Tours Difference

Make the Strange Familiar & the Familiar Strange

A core aspect of modern anthropology is the concept of cultural relativity which describes our mission to see the world from the complex and diverse points-of-view the world and its history has to share. By learning to see the world through each others eyes, we can learn to empathize with each other and make the world a better place.

When you travel with Anthro Tours, you'll learn to see the world from the points-of-view of the peoples and cultures we visit from the Ancient Bronze Age Minoans to contemporary Dominican merengue dancers; then return home having seen the world from a new perspective.

And that's the Anthro Tours Difference.

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Give Back

Exploration Without Exploitation 

Tourism has the opportunity to benefit local communities across the globe- whether through maintaining important historical sites, preserving essential cultural identities, or preserving local languages; but over-tourism and corporate greed can destroy communities and make it impossible for locals to live comfortably.

Our goal is to promote small businesses that are locally owned and to visit locations off the traditional backpacking paths to explore lesser-known locations, and support the communities we visit along the way.

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