Discover our

Tours & Destinations

Let's Talk Today!

Call our email us today to set up your tour!

We’re always planning new trips, even if this page isn’t showing it. 

Call or email us today to discuss trips to Morocco, Tunisia, India, Cuba, Lebanon, Israel and Palestine, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, Algeria and more..

Jerry Sorkin, August 2022

Cuba 101

This Cuba tour is great for the first-timer or for the person who finds it easiest to set aside a long weekend to getaway! And

Read More »

Cuban Fantasy Tour 2020

Cuba is a country with considerable diversity in its topography, architecture, art, and people. Since December 2014 and the announcement by President Obama that Cuba

Read More »

Wonders of Southern India

Chennai ● Mahabalipuram ● Thanjavur   Madurai  ● Munnar   ●  Kumarakom  ●  Chochin There’s always something fascinating to see in South India! Incredible temples with centuries-old rituals, colorful festivals, lively bazaars, World

Read More »

Iran Tour

Be a Participant in Cultural Engagement! “I invite you to experience the warmth of the Iranian people. From the south in Shiraz, the desert town

Read More »

Moroccan Dreams

Day 1, Saturday: Arrival in Casablanca/Rabat Upon your morning arrival in Casablanca, you will be met by your English speaking Moroccan guide. After leaving the

Read More »

Join our next tour and discover new cultures !

group tour
iconic journey tour

About us

Iconic Journeys Worldwide

Iconic Journeys Worldwide is a tour company that specializes in cultural/historical tourism. The company was founded in 1993 by Jerry Sorkin, a specialist in Middle East and North African affairs.

Headquartered in the Philadelphia area (Wayne, PA) with an office in Tunis, Tunisia, where all logistical aspects of domestic transport, billing and administration activities take place, Iconic Journeys Worldwide also has operations in Turkey, Iran, Malta, the U.A.E., India and Libya. Additional alliances are found in other areas of the Middle East.

(NOTE: Operations with Libya are on hold until Libya’s visa policy, which presently bans American tourists, is resolved.)