Student Passport Guide

Many times we have student groups who don't quite know if they need a passport to travel or not. There are certain situations that can be a bit iffy, such as flying over country borders but not landing, taking a cruise in international waters, or even just making it through the airport during your big trip. Our agents are experts at...
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Battle of the Beaches: Honolulu vs Miami Beach

Beachy, busy, and beautiful beyond belief, both Honolulu and Miami Beach are excellent areas to vacation, both considered to be within the top 5 most popular beaches in America. Honolulu provides eager beachgoers with some of the most gorgeous natural scenery, with white sand beaches and heavily forested hikes near the shoreline, not to mention really excellent surfing and beachside...
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Early Sign On Bonus!!

New Year, New Deals! Adventure Student Travel is offering an early sign on bonus to any group interested in booking a trip this month, whether you are planning your big spring break adventure or thinking about next years senior trip grad bash. Talk about a great way to start the new year!   All you...
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Road Trip Tips for Student Groups

Whether your group is taking a road trip purely for the sake of enjoying a road trip or your group is undergoing a long journey on their way to a specific destination, there are many components that go into planning and executing a successful trip outside of the destination(s) itself. Between gas prices, bathroom breaks, and overly bored students, sometimes it...
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Student Budget Trip: Austin

Great food, great fun, and great prices...Austin is one of the best U.S cities your group can vacation in this season when it comes to budget travel, and for several different reasons! This inland Texas city serves as the state capitol, home of the University of Texas, and a well-known venue for the current live music scene. There are plenty...
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Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: Upward Bound Trips

Many schools across the nation are getting their students involved in their local Upward Bound Program, a federally-funded TRIO program that works to assist those particular qualifying high school students in creating the proper skills and mental motivation necessary for success in college and their future careers. This program has helped countless students over the past decade get into the college they...
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New York vs Los Angeles: Student Budget Tips

It's the perfect time to plan your end of the year trip, students, and this handy budget guide to two of the most popular student travel destinations will be the perfect start to your planning process! Sometimes choosing the perfect location for your student trip, whether it is for fun or for educational purposes, can be...
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Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: Cloud Gate

What's 66 feet long, 33 feet tall, weighs 110 tons, and one of Chicago's most beloved icons? It's the Bean, named for it's curious shape! This week our staff vlogger Michelle is talking about Cloud Gate, lovingly nicknamed the Bean, in Chicago's Millenium Park. This iconic Chicago sculpture has been a fixture within the city's hub for over 10 years...
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Top 10 Things To Do in Knoxville

Knoxville is considered to be Tennessee's top hidden gem by many, the city providing guests with classic Tennessee scenery, traditional southern cuisine and charm, and truly unique history and attractions every where you look. This is the perfect city to take a group of travelers looking for adventure, looking for education, and looking for a really great time, and here...
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Serenity Live: Boston

Boston, the home of the Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall, and the USS Constitution, as well as some of the best seafood and culinary experiences, is one of the best places you can take your student group for education and entertainment! This historic U.S city is considered to be the birthplace of our nation, the entire area full of an excellent...
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