The Best Eco Trips from AST

Teachers, students, and chaperones alike, are you looking for that perfect eco-journey to take this summer? Let AST help, we have all the finest U.S eco-trips available! We have put together some of the most educational and entertaining tours regarding all that is ecotourism. We believe volunteering, exploring, and learning within our natural world is one of the best ways to...
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How to Visit NYC as a Broke College Student

Ahh, the Big Apple. Bright lights, big dreams, and anything else cliche you can think of about this landmark U.S city. There’s a reason this is the number 1 tourist destination in the nation, however, there are also several reasons that it is the most expensive city in the nation.  You don't have to put off your big college travel plans...
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Biggest [and Best] Science Centers Across America

The biggest and best science museums in America provide what others cannot: MASSIVE EXPLORATION! We're talking huge educational opportunities that your kids are going to love, not to mention a chance to make real-world, hands-on, completely interactive connections outside of the classroom. (You're welcome, teachers!) Smithsonian Air and Space Museum - Washington D.C [caption id="attachment_22388" align="alignright" width="390"]...
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The Ultimate STL Foodie Guide

Today, we settle the debate; ‘Where should we eat in St.Louis?’ This Ultimate Foodie Guide will give your student group the best spots around town for the tastiest, most iconic, and all around most popular foods in St. Louis. It can be hard catering to a large group of hungry bellies, so why not make the destination one that comes with some great...
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Cityscape Quiz #2

Do you think you know the skylines of America pretty well? Prove it! Like this one? Take our original Cityscape Quiz!...
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Best One Day Field Trips for Students

One day field trips are typically the most convenient field trip choice for students of all ages, a chance to get out and learn something new in a new place, without booking a hotel or getting all the permission forms passed out. These short trips allow students to experience travel on a small basis, something we think is necessary for...
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Last Minute Field Trip Ideas for Students

It's the end of March, you've been frazzled with midterms and grading projects for so many weeks that you completely forgot: it's field trip season! Your students have been working hard and it's time to pay them off with a truly unforgettable, educational, and insightful field trip to end the year, but where to? And how on such...
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Top 5 FBLA Trip Ideas

As the Future Business Leaders of America we think you should be experiencing, and traveling to, some of the top business and entreprenueral cities across the nation. FBLA members deserve a break for all their hard work, and what better way to take a break than by traveling to a new, business-savvy, factory or university filled...
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Albuquerque’s Must-See Museums

Albuquerque’s Must-See Museums New Mexico's largest city sits in the sultry desert of the southwest United States, a red rocked wonderland for locals and travelers alike. Albuquerque is packed with amazingly rich culture, history, art, and of course, food. Most importantly to us today, though, is the amazingly rich educational opportunities throughout the city, with shining local gems such...
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Student Spring Break Miami Seaquarium Style

Miami is a highly popular Spring Break spot for students across the nation, the city offering so much sand, surf, and sun. Not to mention all the eager college and high school students looking to let loose and party! However, if you are looking for something a little different than your typical booze-fueled Spring Break in Miami then you...
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