Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: New Orleans

This wonderfully entertaining southeastern Louisiana city is among the Top Ten most visited destinations in the country. New Orleans is chock-full of captivating magic and mystery just waiting for you and your student travel group to discover. Its rich history, good-time reputation, and humid subtropical climate draw visitors year-round, who come to partake of its famously flamboyant celebrations, incredible music, and earthy cuisine...
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The Best Easter Egg Hunts in the U.S this Year

[mp_row] [mp_span col="12"] From White House-worthy egg hunting to carnival-style New Orleans eggstravaganzas, this year is promising to be one of the brightest in Easter egg hunts in quite awhile. Each state in the U.S boasts the biggest, best, or brightest Easter day celebration, but when it comes to fun hunts, these take the cake! Copper Mountain Countin' Copper Mountain Resort, Colorado - April...
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Student Travel Scholarships: Road Scholarship

Too often do we come across the situation in which we are helping plan a student group trip, and there are one or two (or more, sadly) students who cannot individually afford to join their classmates in the adventure. This is heartbreaking to us, and to programs such as SYF (Student Youth Foundation), as we believe travel is an essential key...
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7 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Mardi Gras

Break out your purple green and golds, grab some beads, and order some King Cake, it's officially FAT TUESDAY. Of course, when you think of Mardi Gras you probably think of booze and debauchery, which you should, but you should also think about religion, cultural history, and well, we'll say it again for the people in the back, CAKE! Here are 7...
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Serenity Live: Magnificent Mile

Chicago’s Magnificent Mile is an entertainment avenue with everything from fine dining to luxury shopping, museums, theater, and more. Comparable to New York’s 5th Avenue and Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles, the Magnificent Mile is a one stop wonder for any budget and all tastes.This premier district offers the best in the way of dining, shopping, and general luxury. There...
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The Great Smoky National Park Ultimate Field Trip Experience

  The Great Smoky National Park is the most visited national park in the United States, renowned for its great biodiversity, Southern Appalachian history and culture, and perhaps above all, it's striking natural beauty. [caption id="attachment_25554" align="alignright" width="425"] Great Smoky Mountain...
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Student Passport Guide

Many times we have student groups who don't quite know if they need a passport to travel or not. There are certain situations that can be a bit iffy, such as flying over country borders but not landing, taking a cruise in international waters, or even just making it through the airport during your big trip. Our agents are experts at...
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Battle of the Beaches: Honolulu vs Miami Beach

Beachy, busy, and beautiful beyond belief, both Honolulu and Miami Beach are excellent areas to vacation, both considered to be within the top 5 most popular beaches in America. Honolulu provides eager beachgoers with some of the most gorgeous natural scenery, with white sand beaches and heavily forested hikes near the shoreline, not to mention really excellent surfing and beachside...
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Early Sign On Bonus!!

New Year, New Deals! Adventure Student Travel is offering an early sign on bonus to any group interested in booking a trip this month, whether you are planning your big spring break adventure or thinking about next years senior trip grad bash. Talk about a great way to start the new year!   All you...
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Road Trip Tips for Student Groups

Whether your group is taking a road trip purely for the sake of enjoying a road trip or your group is undergoing a long journey on their way to a specific destination, there are many components that go into planning and executing a successful trip outside of the destination(s) itself. Between gas prices, bathroom breaks, and overly bored students, sometimes it...
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