Tips for First Time Flyers

[caption id="attachment_26626" align="alignright" width="425"] First Time Flying Tips[/caption] Your first time flying is always a little scary, whether you think you will be scared or not. You can go in super amped up for your trip and not even consider being afraid at any point, but perhaps...
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Battle of the Beaches: Virginia Beach vs Myrtle Beach

Here at Adventure Student Travel, we have a showdown between two East Coast beaches quite often, both of them extremely popular for student outings and senior trips; Virginia Beach and Myrtle Beach. Virginia Beach is by far one of our most popular...
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Serenity Live: Lion King on Broadway

The Lion King is officially the 8th longest running 'west end' show on record, sitting at a very pretty 7,622 performances. This highly popular Broadway musical is based on the beloved 1994 Disney classic, with music featuring Elton John and a score by Hans Zimmer. This is a guaranteed student favorite, no matter what age and we know teachers, parents,...
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9 Most Important Travel Trends for 2019

Too early to talk about 2019 travel, you say? Absolutely not! This is actually the perfect time to start planning your big outing, and what better way to start planning than by knowing what the top travel trends are predicted to be in 2019? From snowy Poconos resorts to Southern Charm-filled foodie tours, 2019 is shaping up to be a great...
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Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: Hawaii for Students

What could be better than lying on a pristine white sand beach in Hawaii with a fresh cool coconut to sip on and a blissful day full of warm tropical adventure ahead of you? You're right, not much!! Hawaii is the perfect place for your next student trip. Surrounded by wonderfully rich and clear waters, built by continuously working live volcanoes,...
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Everything You Need to Know About the Sign and Sail Card

Is your group going on a cruise soon? If so, you probably know all about the Sail and Sign card, right?  Well if not, don't worry, we are here to help. Simply put, the Carnival Sail and Sign card is your debit card while on board your cruise liner, the only cash source accepted for most things...
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Packing Tips for Student Trips

As your big school trip draws near, there is one question that will be asked many times, and undoubtedly probably already has... “Have you started packing yet?” For some, this question brings nothing but discomfort, because you haven’t started yet and you know that you will throw some items in a bag and head out the morning...
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10 Best Grad Trip Ideas for 2019 Seniors

10 Best Senior Trip Ideas 2019 Graduating high school is one of the most memorable moments of your life, so don't you think it should be followed by one of the most memorable trips of your life? Yeah, we agree! We've been sending seniors on their dream vacations for over 15 years now, and we know all the ins and outs of...
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Serenity Live: Statue of Liberty

One of the most recognized landmarks in America, as well as the world, in general, is the icon of freedom in NYC, the Statue of Liberty. A National Monument and World Heritage Site, the Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island and was brought to the U.S as a symbol of friendship from France in 1886. 225 ton of...
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Field Trips to Take in Houston

Houston is one of the most educationally diverse cities in Texas, offering guests of all ages something interesting and insightful to do during their visit. From the spacious Museum District to a multitude of different University experiences, there is certainly plenty to do to learn during your visit, which makes this one of our favorite cities for student field trips! Below...
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