PROFESSORS - INSTRUCTORS
- TEACHERS OF:
ANTHROPOLOGY – ARCHAEOLOGY – ARCHITECTURE – BOTANY –
ECOLOGY – ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES EPIGRAPHY – ETHNOGRAPHY – GEOLOGY –
HOTEL & RESTAURANT MGMT. – LANDSCAPING DESIGN LANGUAGES – LINGUISTICS
– MAYA STUDIES – SOCIAL SCIENCES – SOCIOLOGY – TOURISM
YOU TRAVEL FREE!
DO THE REST!!!
the Tree-Land Foundation, Inc., an ecological and environmental-cultural
education non-profit corporation
IS YOUR CLASSROOM
2 TO 4 WEEK SEMESTERS ABROAD
We’ll design your itinerary WITH
you according to YOUR requirements.
We’ve spent nearly 20 years studying and
traveling with individuals and groups throughout the
We know the people, the places, and the history.
We’ll plan your itinerary WITH
you and then accompany you and handle ALL
the details throughout the trip. We’ll
arrange air and ground transportation, hotels, meals, classrooms, tours,
admissions, health services, guides, guest speakers, dozens of
pleasant surprises, and we’ll
introduce you to our MANY Mayan
and Yucatecan friends!
WE DO THE REST!
Martin, Executive Director of the Tree-Land
of our vast knowledge, deep respect, and great affection for the
people, we go far beyond merely arranging trips for students.
We give you unparalleled, hands-on access to people, places, and experiences.
Our goals are to both share knowledge with our trip participants AND
to greatly increase their cultural awareness and appreciation of the
significant, still-emerging history of the Maya.
sleeping in hammocks in a Maya village to staying in first class resorts, your
itinerary is entirely flexible.
Depending on your curriculum, we can begin in
, or the
then move to
, or elsewhere.
Archaeological and historic visits can include:
Dzibilchaltun, Tulum, Calakmul, Ek Balam, Oxkintok, Calketok caves, and Hacienda
Tabi, along with dozens of others.
There are also numerous seasonal environmental projects possible in a
variety of biosphere reserve locations. We
can schedule trips for any duration or time of
of our trips include a unique, highly-recommended
opportunity to live in the 3000-year-old Maya
near the world-famous ruins of
Students sleep in former archaeologist’s quarters that have been
converted to a safe, clean eco-tourism campamento
with bathrooms in the cottages and superb food!
Trip members can study, spend time in the village, walk to the nearby
ancient ruins and Colonial-era hacienda, and
do community service-work projects with the resident Anthropologist Elias
Alcocer alongside the indigenous Maya. Camp
size is limited to 23 trip participants.
We will be happy to work with you to create a superior, memorable,
hassle-free educational experience. I look forward to meeting and discussing all
the possibilities with you.
Tree-Land Foundation, Inc.
301) 471- 9998
P. O. Box 535
, Myersville, MD 21773
OTHERS HAVE SAID:
for making us look good to the administration and for all your efforts.
I’ll go with you anytime.” Dr.
James Ogier, Ogier@Roanoke.edu,
“The itinerary was appropriate…excellent…outstanding…perfect!
I definitely look forward to doing this again and anticipate an equally
great trip.” Dr. Whitney Leeson, WLeeson@Roanoke.edu,
inadequate to express our gratitude for such a wonderful experience.” Dr.
Jane Saylor. “It was a
life-changing experience for my son.” Nancy Randall.
“He grew more through this than through anything else he’s ever
done.” Carol Nimorwicz.
“The trip was a great experience. I learned a lot about who I am, and
who I want to be.” “You were
the perfect hosts!” “The best
part is all the people I’ve met.”
“The itinerary’s thoroughness and detail was amazing!”
“Thank you, thank you, thank you!”