Jewish travelers who are away from home for Passover can find seders to attend around the world.
The Jewish outreach organization Chabad-Lubavitch will host seders in countries ranging from Australia, China and South Africa to Brazil and Germany.
Spring-break travelers will find seders in places like Orlando, Fla.; Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
An annual seder in Kathmandu, Nepal, draws nearly 2,000 people each year, including many Israeli travelers.
A directory at chabad.org/seders has a search function to help locate seders by city, state and country. Hosts ask that you reserve ahead. Most seders are free though some charge $36 to $40 a person, but none turn guests away for lack of funds.
Passover begins at sundown March 30.