Nauvoo Student Tour
What is the Nauvoo Tour?
The Nauvoo Student Tour is a fast-paced bus tour that allows students to see church history sites that they may not be able to see again in a lifetime.
Tour such sites as:
- Liberty Jail
- Carthage Jail
- Winter Quarters
- Martin's Cove.
The Department of Religious Education sponsors this tour, and each tour is led by two Religion Faculty members. These tours provide an uplifting spiritual experience for all who participate.
When does the next Nauvoo Student Tour take place?
Fall Semester 2017: Wednesday Oct. 11th (5:00 PM) - Monday Oct. 16th (5:00 PM)
You must be an accepted full-time BYU-Idaho student to attend. (On or off-track students will be accepted for the tour. The tour is filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.)
Cost for tour is $425.00 per student. This fee includes the bus, three nights in motels (2 in Navuoo, 1 in Liberty), 1 dinner and 3 breakfasts and the experience of visiting many Church history sites with BYU-Idaho Religious Education faculty. (All other meals will be the responsibility of the ticket holder)
Note: Students must pay before departure, through their student account.
Cancellation policy: Any cancellations before 3 weeks from departure will receive a refund minus a $75.00 administrative fee.
No refunds for any cancellations less than 3 weeks from departure.
*Please fill out application forms and turn in to the BYU-Idaho Religion Dept. Secretary or one of the directors shown below.
The 2017 itinerary will be coming soon.
Fees may be paid online at the BYU-I Ticket Office website, or at the BYU-I bookstore.
The tour is limited to the first 50 individuals who register. Register now. Spots will fill up fast.