Educational Tours

Educational Tours

Encourage an authentic learning experience in your students with trips designed to enrapture the mind and enthrall the senses.

Graduation Trips

Graduation Trips

Reward your hard work with a graduation trip that will spark adventure, fuel your inspiration, and make treasured memories.

Theme Tours

Theme Tours

Experience the freedom of creating exactly what you want for your trip with the help of our expert travel agents.

Popular Student Travel Articles

Student Passport FAQ’s

Are you planning an international trip for your student group and don't know where to start? You probably have many questions at this point, questions about the specifics of crossing borders with minors, what paperwork is necessary, and what the process is to acquire it. You may not be too sure where…

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Best Destinations for 4th Grade Field Trips

4th grade is a pivotal time in a young child's public schooling, this being the year they delve deep into the subjects of group/social learning, mathematical education, and putting together a big picture of how our world works, both scientifically and culturally. What better way to teach these young minds…

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NYC’s Top 5 Spots to Find Killer Mac & Cheese

Foodies, cheese lovers, and NYC travel junkies alike: alas, you have your ultimate guide to the best Mac & Cheese stops throughout New York City. From city classics and well-known cheese producers to hidden cheesy breakfast hotspots, we're sure you'll eat any of these delicious mac-filled options up! Beecher's Handmade…

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Serenity Live: Salem Witch Museum

The Salem Witch Museum in Boston presents this tragic and fascinating era of history in a new and illuminating light. Visit the exhibits illustrating how perceptions of witchcraft have evolved over the centuries, marvel at the artifacts and art as the guides expertly lead you through history. Discover the drama…

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