How to Fly with Band Equipment: Marching Band Travel Tips

The thought of flying with your middle school, high school, or university marching band can be a bit overwhelming at first, but once you do a bit of research and find out the ins and outs of transporting your instrument via air, it's honestly not too complicated! The main question you have will undoubtedly be this: can I bring my instrument...
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The Hottest Spot for High School Senior Trips: Orlando

Orlando Senior Trips So your group wants to go to Orlando for their big senior trip? GREAT, Orlando is one of our many specialties here at Adventure Student Travel! There are so many things your group can do here, from Disney to IDrive, botanical gardens to animal adventures. [caption id="attachment_19361" align="aligncenter" width="900"]...
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Hawaii Beyond the Beaches

Are you looking for a destination that will enthrall and engage your students, as well as teach them a lot about history, culture, and geology along the way? Do they crave adventure and hands-on experience, with an incredible view to boot? If so, Hawaii is the destination for you! Hawaii is not just...
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Travel Feature Friday with Michelle: Applying for your Passport

Traveling to another country is exciting and requires a few extra steps in planning; the biggest is getting your passport. We get questions all the time on how to get a passport. Here’s what to expect. For further details check out http://usa.gov/passport. Getting your passport doesn't have to be as big of a headache as you might...
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AST Shares: Images of Hawaiian Volcano Eruption

Stunning, terrifying, and overall amazing, these photos of the Kilauea volcano eruption and aftermath will show you the sheer power of mother nature. Check out this article published in The Cut, by Madeleine Aggeler. MAY 7, 201812:19 PM Dramatic Images of the Hawaiian Volcano Eruption By Madeleine Aggeler...
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Tips for Traveling with a Marching Band

Traveling with a large marching band is certainly not always the easiest task, but it also certainly doesn't have to be the most difficult! Here at Adventure Student Travel, we have had over 15 years experience in the student and group travel industry, and we have seen many large performance groups come and go. When you book with us, we take...
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Serenity Live: White House Tour

Explore our Nation's most famous house and see the Vermeil Room and Library, the State Floor, and even the East, Green, Blue, Red, and State Dining Rooms. See the North Portico Lobby, famously guarded by a U.S. Secret Service Tour Officer who can also double as a wonderful answer provider to any questions you may have about the home, security,...
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Travel to Antarctica in 2019

Vastly unexplored, vastly untouched, and vastly unseen, is our world's largest desert, Antarctica. That's right, largest DESERT. [caption id="attachment_26711" align="alignleft" width="560"] Antarctica - World's Largest Dessert Pixabay Public Domain[/caption]   Antarctica actually only receives an average of 2 inches of precipitation, mainly...
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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 and Universal (though those are both...
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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 us, by the way). The answer is...
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