Student Travel Planning Advice

Six Ways to Show Off Your Marching Band’s Best

April 3, 2018

Each year, thousands of high schoolers practice assiduously, gearing up for the day they don their uniforms, hoist their instruments and strut their stuff— musically and literally. Why not give your students a chance to shine on the big stage — [...]

Easy Study Abroad Scholarship Solutions

February 1, 2018

Is it your dream to study abroad, but you were shocked when you found out how much it costs? Although there are various methods to make traveling more affordable–such as couch-surfing, personal cooking and budget cuts–there is no way to [...]

Accommodating Students with Disabilities

January 23, 2018

Imagine a wheelchair-bound student arriving in his hotel room only to find that it does not offer the appropriate bathroom accommodations or the difficulties that a student with attention deficit disorder might face with watching a four-hour [...]

A Call to Serve

October 10, 2017

What is Voluntourism? A relatively new word, voluntourism is gaining momentum as part of the student travel experience. Volunteer experiences connect students to the larger world. Rather than just visiting historical and touristy sites, through [...]

Recipe for a Top 10 Student Destination

August 9, 2017

Destinations across the world take pride in being named a Top 10 Destination for student groups. But what does that really mean and how does a destination earn the distinction? What common elements do these top places share? How hard is it for a [...]

STEM Tours Encourage Future Leaders

June 16, 2017

According to the National Student Clearinghouse, degrees in STEM fields have incrementally increased between 2004 and 2014 among men and women. Thanks to the recent implementation of national STEM programs, summer camps and efforts by schools across [...]

Best Practices in Choosing Hotels for Student Groups

June 12, 2017

Group leaders often feel angst when making choices about group travel. One of the major decisions is choosing a hotel for their student group.   Staying within budget and thoughts of safety combined with a good night’s sleep may leave group [...]

Major Factors Why More Schools Don’t Travel

August 19, 2016

In fact, 6 of 10 school trip participants indicate that participation in a school trip increased their desire to travel more while 55% said it gave them more intellectual curiosity. And in today’s society where it seems we’re more divided than [...]

Find Adventure Tourism for Every Taste in Australia

April 9, 2015

So you’ve got a group looking to create the ultimate adventure that gets their pulses pounding, but still keeps them within a stone’s throw of civilization? That’s a tough nut to crack. The areas of the world where true adventure awaits are [...]
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