Upcoming Study Tour


2018
Guatemala and Honduras Costume and Cultural Awareness Study Tour
May 15-27, 2018

Join us for an exciting study tour to Guatemala and Honduras!  We will visit the ruins of Copan to decipher sculptures depicting Mayan dress, explore museums in Guatemala City, and absorb the culture of the Guatemalan Highlands.

Click here for a full description and itinerary!

Price: Based on 22 participants, land package $1,995 USD.  Required senior (age 71-85 years) medical liability insurance $60 USD.  Single hotel room supplement $427 USD.  $1,000 USD deposit due November 3, 2017.  Balance due February 1, 2018.

To secure your reservation for the study tour, please send your deposit of $1,000 USD per person by Friday, November 3, 2017, to:

Guatemala/Honduras Study Tour
Costume Society of America
P.O. Box 852
Columbus, GA 31902-0852

PAY DEPOSIT ONLINE by clicking here.  After logging in (if you are not a member, you can register and log in as a guest), click the “Online Store” side navigation button.  Click on “Guatemala/Honduras Study Tour Deposit” and follow the shopping cart process. You may pay by credit card through our secure online system or by PayPal. When you renew online you will receive an automatic payment confirmation email that will serve as your receipt.

Questions?  Please contact Vicki Berger at (602) 256-9457 or v.berger@cox.net.



Past Study Tours


Tour leaders Carol and Jerry Saber introduced CSA travelers to a Japan both traditional and modern. The iconic temples, shrines, gardens, shopping arcades, and artisan workshops exist serenely within dynamic, twenty-first century urban centers. This duality shaped our appreciation of the fashions and textiles, whether seen on the streets, in the finest boutiques or departments stores, or in artisan studios.

Travel took us from Kyoto to Tokyo, with side trips to Nara, Hakone, Nikko, and Kamakura.

Read Catherine Cerny’s tour recap!

Turkey at Topkapi Palace
With FEST Travel and our dynamic guide Serhan Gungor, CSA travelers experienced Turkey beyond the guidebooks. We traveled off the well-worn paths in the great city of Istanbul, in magnificent Mediterranean landscapes, to world-class archaeological sites, the fairytale landscapes of Cappadocia, notable museums and costume collections and the ateliers of Turkish designers and artisans while enjoying memorable meals of regional Turkish cuisine.

Read Kay King’s tour recap!

Turkish Designer Gonul Paksoy with Caralee Pat and Blair