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Dive Into Science and History at Virginia Beach
February 23, 2021

Virginia Beach has all of the fun of the coast combined with centuries of history, being one of the original 13 colonies. It’s a favorite among families and perfect for student groups, whether you’re visiting or enjoying from afar with virtual learning. If you’re looking for an East Coast experience without going to a bustling […]

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In Safe Hands
February 23, 2021

Student travel is far from dead. It may not be on the same scale, but there are already groups across the country traveling safely and successfully. Like fresh buds emerging through snow, these trips remind us a new season of life is on the way. This January, a student band group from Texas got the […]

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Have a Field Day at the Field Museum
February 15, 2021

One of the largest natural history museums in the world sits in downtown Chicago, and it’s perfect for student groups. Whether you’re visiting in-person or attending one of the many virtual events, the Field Museum has millennia of natural history to offer. If you head to the museum with your students, you’ll see a huge […]

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Safari West Re-Opening For Wildlife Tours
February 9, 2021

In Safari West’s words: Are we reopening? You bet giraffe we are. In Santa Rosa, California lies Safari West, a massive wildlife reserve focused on education and conservation, featuring nearly 1,000 animals from around the world. Lately, the reserve has been using services like a Virtual Safari and Zoomfari to reach students far away. You […]

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Teacher Talk: One Band Director’s Pandemic Thoughts
February 9, 2021

The past year has made it abundantly clear how important student travel is. Students, educators, operators, destinations—everyone misses each other and the experiences that come with these trips. Finding the balance of keeping people safe while giving students whatever opportunities we can has been a stress point for many. After nearly a year of COVID-19 […]

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