3 Student Music Festivals you Can’t Miss in 2018

Calling all marching bands, choir groups, color guards, and dance teams....performance season is coming up, and we've got the absolute best options for 2018! The three music festivals below all offer you the opportunity to strut your stuff, participate in clinics and workshops, and see other groups from around the country perform as well. What better way to hone in your...
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7 Spots in Nashville the Locals Don’t Want you to Know About

When most people visit Nashville they head to the most iconic attractions; Ryman Auditorium, Country Music Hall of Fame, Wildhorse Saloon, the Grand Ole Opry, and the like. While we love these attractions and the experiences they give, what we love more are those secret, hidden, glorious little spots that tourists leave mostly untouched, no man's land for out-of-towners. These spots...
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Common Student Travel Issues Solved: A Teacher’s Guide

In today's travel world there are key issues that are of utmost importance as far as planning, prep, and precautionary action go, especially when it comes to student travel. Between new terrorism threats, safety updates, and airline mishaps, there are plenty of issues that need to be addressed, for both tour operators and teachers/chaperones before and during the trip. The responsibility...
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The 13 Best Cities for Senior Trips

After many hours of study sessions, after-school practices, and perhaps a little too much time last-minute cramming for tests, your time is finally here: graduation time. Before you throw your cap and head out into the real world, wide-eyed and college bound, you need to celebrate properly, and what better way than with a senior trip...
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Serenity Live: Times Square

Is your group planning to head to Times Square anytime soon? With the dazzling lights and breath-taking street life, it's no big surprise that this spot attracts over 26 million guests a year (Forbes). Before your group goes, check out what our go-to travel guru Serenity Live has to say about it! Check out all of our Serenity Live videos on...
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Broadway Classroom Experience for Students

Sometimes just seeing a Broadway performance isn’t enough, sometimes you truly need to experience the behind the scenes work and practice that goes into it to get the full effect. [caption id="attachment_24039" align="alignright" width="425"] Students Enjoying Broadway[/caption] The Broadway Classroom program (Broadway.com) is considered to be the ‘leader in providing...
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Secret Spots in NYC You Need to See

Each city has its own set of ‘secret spots’ that most locals know about and most tourists only dream of seeing during their visit. These secret spots, or hidden gems, are beyond the best hole-in-the-wall eateries or pop-up boutiques in the each region, they are about the natural scenes, jaw-dropping viewpoints, and awe-inspiring architectural pieces and landmarks that make each...
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Secret Spots in Missouri You Need to See

Each state has its own set of ‘secret spots’ that most locals know about and most tourists only dream of seeing during their visit. These secret spots, or hidden gems, of each state, are beyond the best hole-in-the-wall eateries or pop-up boutiques in the each region, they are about the natural scenes, jaw-dropping viewpoints, and awe-inspiring architectural pieces and landmarks...
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Back to School Sign on Bonus

Could your classroom use a new desktop, tablet, or bundle of essential school supplies this school year? Adventure Student Travel will fund up to $500* for classroom needs when you sign on before September 15th. What better way to start your school year than with classroom credit for all the school supplies you’re still missing?  Your sign...
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The Ultimate Hunger Games Travel Experience

Without a question, The Hunger Games series has grown to be one of the most popular and lucrative among young adults, a wildly successful book and film from author Suzanne Collins and production company Lionsgate. The Hunger Games series earned 2.3 billion dollars total worldwide in the box office upon release, a number comparable to Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Fast and...
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