CEA leads 23 Road Scholar participants through the Charleston Tea Plantation.
The Center for Educational Adventure is excited and proud to offer 33 Road Scholar programs for Fall of 2013. Of these we will have 20 different types of programming options to offer including Biking, Birding, Golfing, Culinary, Travelling Itinerary, Holiday, and Signature City Programs. We also offer an Adventures Afloat Program which cruises on the Yorktown from Charleston, South Carolina to Jacksonville, Florida. Call us today for more information on any one of these exciting educational opportunities.
Travel and Leisure Magazine named the top 10 national park lodges in the United States. The Greyfield Inn, located on Cumberland Island, is included in this list. Road Scholar Program # 1379: Three Nights on Amelia Island and Two on Cumberland: Nature and History stays at this lodge for two nights of the program.
"If an island with wild horses doesn't sound romantic enough, consider that secluded 16-room Greyfield -- the only inn on the island -- was the choice of John F. Kennedy Jr. and Carolyn Bessette for their 1996 wedding party. The former home is exuberantly southern, with a sprawling front porch, extensive gardens, and homegrown collards and kale on its locally sourced menu. The all-inclusive price includes everything you need to have a good time: three daily meals, bikes, kayaks, fishing equipment, beach gear and excursions with a naturalist to spot birds and wildlife. Sun yourself on 18 miles of wide beaches, or stroll through the exotic terrain of a maritime forest."