Service learning, fun in the sun, cultural exchange, and lifelong memories. What more could you ask for in a student group tour experience?
One of the biggest questions we get this time of year is about what to pack on student group tours. And while our answer depends heavily on the destination and time of year, there are a few tips that are pretty universal.
In honor of Earth Day and the conclusion of National Parks week, we’re celebrating some of our most popular outdoor classrooms.
How much do you know about what tour guides actually do for you and your students during your trip? You just might be surprised at the scope of their duties. At least for our guides…
Our friends at the SYTA Youth Foundation are accepting applications for their annual World is a Classroom Essay Contest.
Curious about the best student travel destination? Look no further!
We’re turning the tables in this blog post and putting our Lead Guide, Timothy Smith, in the hot seat to discuss our recent tour guide training in Washington, D.C., and why he’s so passionate about this hands-on, personalized approach to providing our groups with the very best guides.
Meet Kim Chaulk, a passionate educator who traded the four walls of the classroom for the traveling classroom of a tour guide.
If you’ve been a student group travel leader for a while, you’ve likely received messages from other companies stating that they can offer you a comparable itinerary at a significant savings and/or get you better trip inclusions. How can you evaluate two proposals and itineraries that appear to be very similar? Keep reading!
It’s been almost one year since we launched Global Guide! We have thoroughly enjoyed sharing destination inspiration, student group travel news, and important updates with you. But we want to know – what would you like to read about?