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Have you heard? Greece is the Word!

OKLAHOMA MUSEUMS ASSOCIATION 

Nomads Travel Program
inaugural 10-day tour to
GREECE
(Including a 4 Night Cruise of the Famed Greek Islands)
April 18-27, 2018
Prices start at a reasonable $3199, which includes airfare from Dallas!
Click here for tour brochure and details

Welcome to the Oklahoma Museums Association new Nomads Travel Program. Join the Oklahoma Museums Association for their inaugural adventure as they traverse on a ten-day tour of the ancient city of Athens and the magical Greek Isles. Explore ageless cultures and panoramic vistas as an OMA Nomad.  Please travel with us.

The trip will be led by local cultural travel guides who are familiar with the region’s culture, heritage, art, culture and food. This trip is for the museum enthusiast who enjoys experiences usually not offered to the general public. OMA Staff and Board Members will accompany the trip to help bring the world to our travel program participants.

Visit Athens • Delphi • Eleusis • Ancient Corinth and Canal • Mykonos • Kusadasi (Ancient Ephesus) • Patmos • Rhodes • Lindos • Crete • Knossos Palace • Heraklion • Santorini

The OMA Nomads Travel Program is offered to OMA members as well as to members of museums who are Institutional members of OMA. 

The mission of the Oklahoma Museums Association Nomads Travel Program is to connect Oklahoma Museums Association members, colleagues and friends to the world and to each other. The Oklahoma Museums Association Nomads Travel Program Vision is that the OMA Nomads Travel Program affirms traveling to places abundant with culture, history and art builds upon the spirit of the Oklahoma Museums Association mission, education, networks and connections. OMA believes the Nomads Travel Program will be an exceptional learning experience which will broaden intellectual horizons in fun and culturally-rich venues.

For more information and details on the trip, including Nomads Travel Program requirements, download the full tour brochure here.

One page front/back tour brochure is available here.

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Oklahoma Museums Association Nomads Travel Program

Oklahoma Museums Association Nomads Travel Program Mission:  The OMA Nomads Travel Program connects OMA members, colleagues and friends to the world and to each other.      

Oklahoma Museums Association Nomads Travel Program Vision:  The OMA Nomads Travel Program affirms traveling to places abundant with culture, history and art builds upon the spirit of the Oklahoma Museums Association mission, education, networks and connections.  OMA believes the Nomads Travel Program will be an exceptional learning experience which will broaden intellectual horizons in fun and culturally-rich venues.

Rules and Requirements

  • One person in the traveling party must be a member of the Oklahoma Museums Association or named member of an OMA institutional member museum to participate in the OMA Nomads Travel Program.
  • Single accommodations will be made available when possible, and be available on a first-come, first-served basis for an additional fee.
  • OMA Nomads Travel Program is designed primarily for adults who are interested in educational and cultural travel, but realize mature and curious children would find such travel rewarding. The same price is applicable to adults and children, regardless of age, and a parent or guardian must accompany those under 18.
  • Tour coordinators are responsible for the entire group and not able to assist individuals.
  • All participants must enjoy group travel and be tolerant of occasional changes or delays that are common when traveling.
  • Respect when experiencing cultural differences is expected.
  • The OMA Nomads Travel Program works with U.S. Tour Operator, Far Horizons.
  • All international travel requires a passport which should be valid for a minimum of six months beyond your planned return date.
  • Travel insurance is highly recommended.
  • All participants are required to sign and date the Oklahoma Museums Association Release of Liability and Waiver of Rights