Monthly Archives: May 2015

Top Theme Parks in the U.S.

Summer is here for most students out of school, and what summer is complete without a trip to a great theme park? The rides, the performers, the ice cream cones, the waterparks – what more could you want! With so many options in America, it can be tricky to narrow it down. Some parks are…
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Top 10 Ideas for Catalina Island Trips

For a trip that gives you the feel of a far off tropical island while remaining close to the United States shore, the Catalina Islands are a must! At just about 20 miles off the shore of Los Angeles, the Catalina Islands can be a perfect substitute for expensive flights to island destinations hundreds of miles…
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How To Choose A Chaperone For Your School Trip

At Adventure Student Travel, we help you along the way with every aspect of a school trip you could possibly think of. But when it comes to choosing chaperones, the students’ teachers are the go-to source for choosing parents and fellow colleagues who will be the best choice for their class trip.   There are…
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All About the Dallas World Aquarium

So you want to go to the Dallas World Aquarium, huh? Well, there are a few things you should know! This place is phenomenal for visitors of all ages and is located in downtown Dallas, very near attractions like the American Museum of Miniature Arts and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Not only…
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7 Affordable Graduation Trips

Next Page For Affordabel Trips..                           The best thing about being a college student is the freedom that comes with new found adulthood - the worst thing is that you are constantly broke. Whether you've just graduated from high school or college, chances…
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Student Cruise Trips

Locomotives of the sea, cruises are a way to travel in luxury and comfort, to enjoy getting there as much as the destination. Journey through the cerulean waters of the Caribbean, lie on the white sandy beaches of Mexico, or relax in a hammock in Nassau after you pamper yourself senselessly aboard a floating city.…
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A Student’s Guide to 7 Little Big Cities

We all know how great New York City and Los Angeles are but how many people are applauding the values of the slightly smaller urban areas across the U.S.? From industrial centers like Detroit to the sweet charm of the south, little big cities hold a special place in our hearts. Let's pay them a…
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Educational Field Trip Ideas: Social Studies

Next Page For Educational Trips..                           While many states have lessened their focus on social studies due to curriculum changes, it remains an integral subject in our students' education. Social studies explains, or tries to, the nature of our world from our national…
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Educational Trips to Disney World

Disney World is billed as the Most Magical Place on Earth, but this doesn't mean that it can't be educational. Whether you're planning on continuing your child's education through the summer months or wanting to take them to Disney during the next school year, there are countless ways to make your trip a memorable and fun learning experience.…
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Educational School Trip Ideas

Educational School trips can be among the most memorable and most anticipated days in the year, but after a while, it can get difficult to find unique and relevant destinations. Based on grade levels and general curriculum guidelines across the U.S., here are some ideas on where to take your class for an educational school trip.…
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