Types of Travel

SYTA member travel providers, tour operators, execute all types of travel experiences. Whatever type of travel you’d like to offer your students, SYTA tour operator members can help make your planning experience a breeze. Here are the various types of travel our tour operator members provide.

PERFORMANCE:

Performance tours are designed to take your show on the road. It allows your choir, marching band or dance troupe to perform in locations and for audiences they could only dream about.

SERVICE:

From mission trips to environmental studies, service tours allow students to engage in meaningful volunteer work and connect with different cultures.

INTERNATIONAL:

Journey to places your students have only read about or seen in pictures. International travel allows students to experience different cultures and speak the language they’re learning in school.

SUMMER/CAMP:

Explore a new destination or experience a camp in a far off location is what summer and camp travel is all about. Use the summer to continue learning into the next school year.

EDUCATION:

There is only so much you can learn inside the walls of a classroom. Taking education on the road is a great way for students to get hands-on experience what they’re learning—and makes a lasting impression.

SPORTS:

Youth sports travel is increasingly popular and for good reason—it allows youth teams to play in big arenas, in front of bigger crowds and learn from the best coaches in the sport.

CULTURAL:

The world is a very big place. Cultural tours allow students to speak the language they study in school, connect with different cultures and learn about social issues effecting different cultures.

GAP:

Gap travel, or gap year travel, is when students take a year (or really any length of time) off from school to travel. Gap travel programs often pair other interests, such as volunteering or environmental education, to ensure that the gap year is well spent gaining a deeper understanding of the places they visit.

 

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