For over 30 years the Eos Study Tours team has been designing and managing superb learning adventures for many of North America’s most prestigious institutions.
Eos can design and manage individual tours for you, providing special features that set your travel program apart. Or, we can assist you with planning and managing your entire travel program; we have built four non-profit travel programs from scratch and we have been entrusted to manage ten organizations’ complete travel programs. Eos Study Tours will support your organization by:

  • Collaborating with your institution’s administrators and scholars to create fascinating trips; we have worked with over 1,000 scholars on trips to over 100 countries.
  • Enhancing your identity, putting your institution’s “brand” front and center.
  • Assisting in nurturing donors.
  • Paying for the administration, marketing, and operating expenses of your travel program(s).
  • Paying your institution commissions based on the gross revenue.
  • Providing your institution with a comprehensive risk management plan.

  • Peruse these pages and learn how Eos Study Tours can help you and your institution provide the highest quality educational tours for your members and alumni.

    Please contact us to discuss our services and tours at or call toll-free 800-856-8951.

    Salute to Eos

    Don Walsh, Captain USN (ret), PhD Honorary President, The Explorers Club
    “It is my pleasure to offer this recommendation with respect to Eos Study Tours, an organization for which I have the highest respect… I would not hesitate to recommend Eos StudyTours to any organization that was initiating or seeking to upgrade their affiliation travel activities.”
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    Nancy C. Wilkie, William H. Laird Professor of Classics, Anthropology and the Liberal Arts, Carleton College
    “It gives me great pleasure to recommend Todd Nielsen and Eos StudyTours to you. My acquaintance with the organization is long standing. In 1998, when I was elected President of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA), the oldest and largest archaeological organization in North America and the publisher of Archaeology Magazine…” See full letter

    Elizabeth Bartman, Immediate Past President of the AIA
    “Dear Todd,
    Your ears may ring on January 2nd when I make a formal ‘thank you’ to you and AIA Tours for your ongoing support of the Institute. It’s also been a pleasure for me to work with you. You help us fulfill our mission of education and outreach, and we are tremendously grateful.
    With best wishes for 2014,