Where to Go

Denver Attract Student Travelers from Around the Country

May 4, 2010

The air may be a little thinner in Denver, but it won’t be the lack of oxygen taking student travelers’ breath away. It’s a city that not only propels you into the future with its modern architecture and thriving culture, but also blasts you [...]

Milwaukee for Student Groups: With something for everyone

April 26, 2010

With cruises, beautiful greenery, a variety of museums, interesting performance venues and a fascinating historical background, Milwaukee, Wisconsin is an attractive spot for school trips interested in learning and enjoyment. Milwaukee Sightseeing [...]

High School Students Take a Ride to Fort Worth

April 21, 2010

Known as one of the top tourist spots in Texas, Fort Worth is an historical, action-packed destination, offering cowboy heritage, Western art and Western cuisine. From Michelangelo’s first painting to the world’s only twice-daily cattle drive, [...]

Go Big or Go Home: Student Travel At Large in Dallas

April 6, 2010

The nation’s largest metropolitan area not on a navigable body of water, Dallas Texas proudly displays its longstanding reputation for southern hospitality. With such a wide variety of offerings, including the largest continuous urban arts [...]

Student Travel to the Heart of Des Moines Iowa

April 5, 2010

Experience Iowa by experiencing the state capital, Des Moines! Home to historic shopping centers art galleries amusement parks, and museums, Des Moines is truly the heart of Iowa. With a reputation for providing over 100 things to see and do Des [...]

Salt Lake City Offers Many Student Friendly Options

March 31, 2010

Located at the base of Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, Salt Lake City offers student travel groups many experiences involving art, history, culture, entertainment and recreation. Special events and attractions for school trips vary from symphony [...]

Student Tours Sample Western Heritage in Oklahoma City

March 30, 2010

For a truly educational student trip, head to Oklahoma City. A unique blend of Western charm and modern attractions, Oklahoma City has much to offer visitors, ranging from world-class museums to historic districts. And since there is a lot of pride [...]

Tucson Student Group Travel Ideas

March 17, 2010

Its captivating Southwestern terrain and active metropolitan surroundings make Tucson a majestic location with a rich heritage. Located in the Sonoran Desert, student group travel planners can take advantage of this city’s adventurous outdoor [...]

Seattle, Washington: Creative Student Group Trip

March 12, 2010

With a diverse and creative atmosphere, Seattle is an ideal student travel destination that offers plenty of opportunities to experience art, history and culture. As a regional center for the performing arts, this vibrant city has an affluent music, [...]

Down by the Bay: San Diego is a Student Travel Paradise

March 11, 2010

Edged by some of America’s most beautiful beaches San Diego, California is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States, and for good reason. In addition to its scenic beauty and perfect year round temperatures, San Diego is [...]

The Buzz on Portland, Oregon: The School Trip Gem

March 11, 2010

Surrounded by majestic forest and breath-taking mountain ranges, Portland Oregon is a city that embodies all the best that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. A student trip to Portland offers numerous outlets to showcase the highly progressive [...]
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