The 7 Best Beaches in Charleston

The 7 Best Beaches in Charleston

Charleston's historic city vibe gives way to several Atlantic coast delights, barrier island treasures, and beachside bliss opportunities left and right. There are several different beach options within the Charleston area, with a beach to meet every group's needs, whether you are visiting for family fun in the sun or a secluded romantic getaway. Check out our list of The 7 Best...
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10 Fun Things to Do Outside of Disney World

When your group comes to Orlando you don't have to spend all of your time at Disney (or any of it if you don't want to), there are plenty of things to do outside of the 'Happiest Place on Earth' that will make you just as happy! Whether you are looking for something additional to do, something cheaper to do, or...
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Friday Feature with Michelle: Morgan’s Wonderland

Visit the world’s first theme park designed with special-needs individuals in mind and built for everyone’s enjoyment. The completely wheelchair-accessible park features more than 25 elements. Do you have a group with special needs? Don't let them miss out on the fun this year, take a trip to Morgan's Wonderland, the San Antonio Texas theme park that was designed with...
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Itinerary Feature: 3-Day Southern Florida Beach Getaway

There tends to be a common theme among seniors, and student groups in general, when it comes to planning a big trip with AST, and that theme is BEACHES. [caption id="attachment_31053" align="alignright" width="400"]...
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10 Unforgettable Trips to Take in 2020

2020 is going to be a year full of fun festivals, exciting events, and truly incredible travel opportunities all throughout the year, from annual holiday traditions to major parades and performances. We have put together a list of 10 trips we think you should consider taking in 2020 to make it a bit easier on you, we will even set up...
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The Best 5 Parades for Student Marching Bands – 2020

2020 is shaping up to be a spectacular year for marching band performances across the United States, especially when it comes to parades! With several iconic annual parade traditions around the country, marching bands of all shapes and sizes have several opportunities to shine and represent their school and hometown pride. Many, if not all of these performances require an audition tape...
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Overnight Sleepover at Ripley’s Aquarium

What could be more exciting for your students than sleeping overnight inside an aquarium, schools of fish and sharks swimming all around them while they dream the night away? Ripley’s Aquarium offers overnight programs at various locations that allow student groups, scout groups, and family groups to come sleepover after hours in the aquarium, each experience jam-packed...
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5 Best Spots To See Fireworks In 2019

What exactly is the best way to celebrate Independence Day? That's easy, FIREWORKS AND TRAVEL. There is no truer freedom than the ability to move and travel on one's own accord, and when you are traveling to watch fireworks and celebrate the 4th of July, you're really hitting your full potential as a free, proud, fun-loving American! Here at Adventure Student Travel,...
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Best Destinations for 5th Grade Field Trips

5th grade is such a fun time in a students educational career, this typically being the year where interests in various subjects are formed and peaked, longlasting school friendships are created, and lasting educational memories, mostly involving field trips, are made. There are so many things you can do with your 5th-grade students to create these effective educational memories, from local...
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The Heart of North Carolina – Student Attractions

North Carolina is known for its absolutely astounding views of both the Atlantic Ocean and the Appalachian Mountains, as well as its highly unique variation of attractions all throughout the state. You probably know all about Charlotte, the state's largest city and home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame and Carolina Panthers, or even the Outer Banks barrier islands...
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