Category Archives: Blog

Covid-19 Adventure Student Travel Company Update

We at Adventure Student Travel are all very disheartened with the current situation regarding the Coronavirus Pandemic, especially with how it is affecting our traveling student groups. We are sad that so many students' hard work educationally and raising funds is going unrewarded for the time being, we know they worked very hard to get…
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Top 5 DECA Field Trip Ideas

If your high school DECA group is looking for the perfect field trip idea then you have come to the right place! Adventure Student Travel is your one-stop-shop for school and group travel needs, specializing in performance groups, school clubs, and class trips. DECA, or more formally the Distributive Education Clubs of America, is a…
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11 Most Important Travel Trends for 2021

2021 is looking to be a seriously epic year for the travel and tourism industry, and for those looking to explore the world a little bit more! Take a look, plan ahead, and book now! *Check out the 10 Most Important Travel Trends for 2020 here. No Footprint Travel There is a major overall theme…
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Advice for Traveling Teacher Leaders from SYTA: Part 1

Advice for Traveling Teacher Leaders NOVEMBER 20, 2019 Written by Michael Bowers, Student Travel Safety Consultant, Travel Safety Solutions LLC. [caption id="attachment_35755" align="alignright" width="425"] Hotel Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] SYTA, the Student and Youth Travel Association, consistently works hard to ensure the student group travel industry is as safe, efficient, and educational as it can be,…
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Field Trips to Take in Ogden

When you think of taking Field Trips in Utah, your mind probably goes to Salt Lake City first, the city full of religious and pioneer history abound. While we do think Salt Lake City is always an excellent option for student groups, there is a location a bit north of this city, 40 miles north…
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Why Take Your Students on a Monuments and Memorials Tour of DC

Our favorite thing to suggest to student groups of any age visiting our nation's capital, Washington D.C., is a Monuments and Memorials Tour. The iconic landmarks that you will find on this tour are world-famous and likely already at the top of your to-see list, from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial. Most of…
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10 Twin City Tours You Need to Take

The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul are filled to the brim with vibrant culture, iconic landmarks, and historical insight, with so much to see, do and learn all throughout the area. Luckily there are a grand plethora of city tours available throughout the Twin Cities, with options from segway and bike tours to…
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Kids Eat Free in Washington D.C.

Washington D.C. is a very popular place for our student groups to visit, though sometimes the food choices here may seem quite un-friendly for the kiddos. Between expensive pubs, historic eateries, and politician-filled restaurants, you may be scratching your head wondering where you can take your group to eat that is both kid-friendly and cheap.…
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Why Wisconsin Dells is the Waterpark Capital of the World

Featuring the highest concentration of waterpark fun in one area, Wisconsin Dells provides tourists and locals alike with a level of entertainment unmatched anywhere else! Here in the Dells, you can indulge in water-themed recreation, both with the excellent waterpark selection and riverside activities available. There are 7 major waterpark attractions available in the Dells,…
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