Monthly Archives: April 2018

Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: Kayak in Orlando

Want to take a group trip to Orlando but want something more that just amusement parks? In this series, we’ll uncover activities that highlight a true Florida experience. Perfect for groups wanting an educational component. This week Michelle is talking all about fun things you can do in Orlando with your group aside from Disney…
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United States Naval Academy

United States Naval Academy Welcome to the United States Naval Academy, located just 45 minutes away from both Washington D.C and Baltimore in Annapolis, Maryland. The Academy was established in 1845.  Since then, this four-year military college has educated and trained midshipmen to become Navy and Marine Corps officers. [caption id="attachment_26677" align="alignright" width="425"] Credit US Naval Academy[/caption]…
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The Capital Wheel

The Capital Wheel Open 365 days a year, The Capital Wheel at the National Harbor is one of the coolest things your group can do during your DC area visit. Though technically located across the harbor in the state of Maryland, this spot is just 15 minutes south of the greater Washington D.C area, a…
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The Importance of Student Travel

"The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page" - Saint Augustine Many people may wonder why educators want to take their students on trips, with all the hassle of transporting them safely, keeping in contact with worried parents, and all the money and planning involved (leave the planning ot…
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The 3 Be’s of Basic Chaperoning

Are you planning on being a student chaperone during a group trip in the near future? Is this your first chaperoning experience? If so Adventure Student Travel has a few Be’s to help you be the best chaperone you can be! 1). Be Informed Be informed about your group. Know any and all medications needed…
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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 when you step onboard, find your seat, and…
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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 destinations, attracting both student groups looking for educational adventures and adult groups wanting…
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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…
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False Cape Bay

False Cape Bay Located just about 40 minutes away from downtown Virginia Beach, False Cape Bay is one of the most beautiful, untouched pieces of wilderness left in the area! Situated right in between Back Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, this 1-mile wide barrier strip sits on Currituck Banks Peninsula. It covers a whopping 4321…
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