Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Hottest Spot for High School Senior Trips: Orlando

Orlando Senior Trips So your group wants to go to Orlando for their big senior trip? GREAT, Orlando is one of our many specialties here at Adventure Student Travel! There are so many things your group can do here, from Disney to IDrive, botanical gardens to animal adventures. [caption id="attachment_19361" align="aligncenter" width="900"] Orlando Senior Trip[/caption]…
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Hawaii Beyond the Beaches

Are you looking for a destination that will enthrall and engage your students, as well as teach them a lot about history, culture, and geology along the way? Do they crave adventure and hands-on experience, with an incredible view to boot? If so, Hawaii is the destination for you! Hawaii is not just a destination…
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Penn Museum

Penn Museum ...One of the world’s great archaeology and anthropology research museums, and the largest university museum in the United States. Welcome to the Penn Museum, the well-known museum of Archaeology and Anthropology that houses around 1 million different objects explaining the human story within the University of Pennsylvania campus. The entire collection held here…
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Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: Applying for your Passport

Traveling to another country is exciting and requires a few extra steps in planning; the biggest is getting your passport. We get questions all the time on how to get a passport. Here’s what to expect. For further details check out http://usa.gov/passport. Getting your passport doesn't have to be as big of a headache as…
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AST Shares: Images of Hawaiian Volcano Eruption

Stunning, terrifying, and overall amazing, these photos of the Kilauea volcano eruption and aftermath will show you the sheer power of mother nature. Check out this article published in The Cut, by Madeleine Aggeler. MAY 7, 201812:19 PM Dramatic Images of the Hawaiian Volcano Eruption By Madeleine Aggeler@mmaggeler
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Tips for Traveling with a Marching Band

Traveling with a large marching band is certainly not always the easiest task, but it also certainly doesn't have to be the most difficult! Here at Adventure Student Travel, we have had over 15 years experience in the student and group travel industry, and we have seen many large performance groups come and go. When…
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Discovery Place: Nature

Discovery Place: Nature If your group is looking for an opportunity to get close to local wildlife and learn about the local Carlina environment in a 'hands-on, family-friendly setting', then Discovery Place: Nature is for you! This extension of the Discovery provides indoor and outdoor options for learning and adventure and allows you to experience live…
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Central Park Sightseeing

Central Park Sightseeing One of the absolute best ways for your students to see all that Central Park has to offer is by spending some time with the folks at Central Park Sightseeing. [caption id="attachment_25624" align="alignright" width="425"] New York City Manhattan Central Park panorama in Autumn lake with skyscrapers and colorful trees with reflection.[/caption] This…
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Harvey B. Gantt Center

Harvey B. Gantt Center Welcome to the Harvey B Gantt Center for African American Arts and Culture, formerly known as the Afro-American Cultural Center. Named after the city's first African American mayor, Harvey Gantt, this center celebrates all the contributions of Africans and African Americans to American culture. Not only does it serve as a…
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Levine Museum of the New South

Levine Museum of the New South The Levine Museum of the New South is one of the most insightful and educational museums to visit with your students while in Charlotte, this history museum putting a focus on life in the North Carolina Piedmont area in the post-civil war era. Inside you will find several interactive…
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