Senior Programs Trips


Trip prices set by tour company. Trips subject to tour company refund policies. Trips subject to tour company vaccination and health screening policies. Travel insurance is recommended for extended trips.

Day Trips
October 2023
  • Tuesday, October 17 - Fall into History: Waterford Oaks County Park
November 2023
  • Tuesday, November 28 - Detroit Institute of Arts
December 2023
  • Tuesday, December 5 - Holly, History and Harmony: Addison Oaks County Park
January 2024
  • Tuesday, January 16 - Detroit Institute of Arts
February 2024
  • Thursday, February 29 - Detroit Institute of Arts
Extended Trips
October 2023
December 2023
January 2024
February 2024
Premier World Discovery/Chamber Explorations
STATEMENT about West Maui, Hawaii & our Three Island Hawaii Adventure (18AUG23)
We are deeply saddened about the wildfires that have caused so much loss of life and destruction to the special town of Lahaina in Maui. We cherish our relationship with the people and islands of Hawaii. It is a magical destination and one that is highly sought out by our guests for its natural beauty, culture and unparalleled experiences. We are closely monitoring the situation in Maui, which impacts the west side of the island.

Regarding your travel plans to Maui, please keep in mind that the state of Hawaii needs travelers as part of their recovery efforts.  “In order to recover, we need to strike the proper balance of rebuilding and recovering by continuing to welcome visitors to our shores,” said Mufi Hannemann, president and CEO of the Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Association. “With the exception of Lahaina and West Maui area, the remaining resort destinations of Maui remain open, including Wailea, Kihei, Makena and Kahului.”  According to Tapani Vuori, the general manager of the Maui Ocean Center, "An employed Maui is a resilient Maui.  Many of our local businesses depend on the visitor community, and as that dwindles, the hardships on our island multiply.”   The other islands in the state of Hawaii were not impacted by the fires and remain fully open for tourism.

As we continue to monitor the situation, we are actively reviewing the itineraries of our upcoming 2023 & 2024 departures.  All 2024 departures are scheduled to operate as planned less the Lahaina visit.  If any other adjustments need to be made to our 2024 published itineraries, we will advise guests closer to departure. 

March 2024
April 2024
June 2024
September 2024
  • September 13 - 24 - Utah's "Mighty 5" National Parks *LOOK OUT FOR MORE DETAIL IN THE COMING MONTHS.
November 2024
December 2024