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Coronavirus Statement

 

Students are our number one priority at Student Travel Planning Guide, and that certainly includes yours. We want you to make the best decisions for your student’s well-being and know that we are here when you’re ready to plan your next excursion.

Noting connects subject matter better than a well-planned trip. Travel gives us something to look forward to, and we will all need this once the recovery begins. Tour operators and travel industry suppliers have gone to unprecedented lengths in waiving cancellation fees, offering credits and managing this stressful situation for their clients.

As you look to book your next getaway, consider the following.

  • Look for flexible cancellation policies Tour operators, hotels and attractions are being encouraged to adopt flexible policies for cancellations and refunds.
  • Consider adding trip insuranceAdding travel insurance to your reservation may cover your non-refundable trip costs if you have to cancel because you or a student gets sick or injured before or during your trip.
  • Look for something closer to home You might want to opt for a student trip within driving distance instead of a long flight. Find a place where you and your students can all be just far enough from home to feel like a vacation while still having an opportunity to learn.

We understand the hesitation to travel in light of the recent COVID-19 and rest assured we will be here with you through the recovery to ensure a smooth process.

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What Can You Do Here

Student Travel Planning Guide is the place for teachers and youth travel planners to research and organize your next group adventure. You’ll find the top STEM destinations, new performance venues and student-ready attractions.

As always, you can request more information directly from any Site InSpection location simply by filling out the form in their article!

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