Study the Archaeological Excavations of Ancient Maya for Spring Break!
1 Unit Credit
Instructor: Ed and Lynne Tarvyd
Course: Biology 45V
April 7th - April 14th
Reservations are limited. Early registration is recommended. Informational meetings will be held at SMC, Room: Science 134, 9am-11am on Saturdays 12/17/05, 01/14/06, 02/11/06, 03/18/06.
Ed and Lynne Tarvyd are pleased to announce their 14th Spring Break expedition, the 9th time to BELIZE, an untouched country in a tranquil corner of the Caribbean Basin. Formally British Honduras, 350 miles south of Cancun, BELIZE offers the best natural wonders. Its great Barrier Reef (second largest in the world) provides an undersea experience enjoyed by only a few. Add to this Mayan archaeological sites, excellent fishing and warm-hearted people. Emphasis will lie on Natural History, cultural and marine biological investigations; field and beach lectures on the shoreline and multiple snorkeling dives will be an integral part of this exciting expedition. You may even see manatees. Each day will find the group analyzing and discussing their special experiences and treasure finds. DISCOVER BELIZE!
Costs: $1,785.00 + $87.25 Taxes per person and includes: Accomadations based on double occupancy, round trip airline tickets on American Airlines, continental breakfast daily, transfers throughout, 3 half-day boat trips, full day to Altun Ha with a river cruise and lunch, and service charges/taxes on accommodations. Belize airport departure taxes are not included.
Note: You may pick up a Reservation Form at the International Education Center.
For further information contact:
- Ed or Lynne at 310-870-2548 or
- Sandy Kemp at 310-571-6104