Get Up Close To Mount Etna

No, Jason is not walking on the moon! He’s walking on the rim of the extinct Silvestri Crater on Mount Etna, Europe’s largest, most active volcano (a UNESCO site). The Silvestri Craters (There are two.) are about 6200 feet above sea level. They were formed with an eruption in 1892. There’s a lot to learn about Mamma Etna, which, during our May 2020 Sicily tour, you’ll experience during a half-day excursion, up close with your local, expert guide. So then, you too, like Jason, can challenge your perspective on our amazing planet and her power.

Don’t miss the early-registration incentive offer that is valid until Nov. 15. Take a giant step and visit for all the details.

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