Monthly Archives: January 2015

Coolest Under Water Florida Attractions

   Jules' Undersea Lodge, Key Largo Your student group can enjoy the only under water hotel on the planet for an unbelievable senior trip! While you’re here, you may as well get your Open Water certification for diving, or scuba your way 21 feet below the surface of Emerald Lagoon for lunch! Educational programs for…
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Bayou Pierre Alligator Park

Bayou Pierre Alligator Park [caption id="attachment_25920" align="alignright" width="425"] Alligator[/caption] Southern Louisiana is home to some of the most deadly American animals, the American Alligator. Bayou Pierre Alligator Park is a seven-acre park and preserves devoted to this majestic reptile. Tour the park on boardwalks and watch the hourly feeding shows or even feed the gators…
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Hawaii: Islands of Adventure for Students

Attaining statehood in the late 1950s, Hawaii is not only the newest addition to the United States as well as its largest island, but the most complex! It is made up of over 100 islands, however, only seven of these are inhabited, and one is privately owned. Before your student group embarks on a journey…
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Audubon Nature Institute

Audubon Nature Institute The Audubon Nature Institute in New Orleans encompasses every facet of wildlife conservation and education for your students, the various attractions within including the largest Insectarium in North America, an impressively stocked aquarium, and one of the countries leading zoos for variety and entertainment.  The Insectarium is a wonderful place for children…
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Buffalo Zoo

Buffalo Zoo The third oldest zoo in our country, urban Buffalo Zoo is 23.5 acres of year-round conservation efforts, education for the masses and unrivaled animal entertainment! This is a treasured retreat for rare inhabitants like the Siberian tiger and Asian elephant. Programs for student groups vary from sleepovers to camps and workshops. Featured creatures…
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Allentown

Allentown is a historic district in Buffalo, New York. Since 1980, it has held a slot on the National Registry of Historic Places. In comparison to the nation’s residential historic neighborhoods, Allentown is one of the oldest and the largest. This is the perfect town for sightseeing on foot, and some of the goodies your…
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National Park Student Travel – Great Smoky Mountains

Sometimes the last place you want to go is to the beach with what seems like everyone else on the planet. Sometimes the big city is exactly what you want to escape from. Theme parks are crowded and expensive, where half your visit is spent standing in line waiting. What if you crave somewhere to…
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Our Favorite New Travel Predictions for 2015

According to Lonely Planet, the line up for this year’s rising stars of travel looks like this:   1. Queens, New York   2. Western South Dakota   3. New Orleans   4. Colorado River region   5. North Conway, New Hampshire   6. Indianapolis   7. Greenville, South Carolina   8. Oakland, California  …
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Best Beaches for Senior Trips

Next Page For Best Beaches..                           For parents and teachers planning the traditional senior trip celebration, you will quickly learn that at the top of most student groups’ vacation list is some beach, somewhere. During this season it can be difficult to determine…
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