Are you thinking about becoming a group leader? Do you have a son or daughter wanting to go on a trip? Maybe you already a lead annual trips for your class but you want to have a stronger relationship with a better organization? Either way, you’re in the right place! How do we know that? Read below, and check out some pictures of what it’s like on a 5 day…
Student trip to Washington, D.C. and New York City!
Our class field trips to D.C. and NYC are easy to lead and go on because we do the heavy lifting. Just enjoy travel with your students, it’s that easy! We take care of everything. Our travelers love their tour guides, they see a ton and eat great food, and of course they learn almost too much (their opinion, not ours). Group leaders can let us know if they want to see or do something specific, or if they want our expertise to lead the way, that works too. You can trust us.
Typically we start the trip in D.C. Our guides pick your group up at the airport and are with the group 24/7. We can go to the White House, the Lincoln Memorial, and so much more of course. We can even stop by Nationals Park for an MLB game! We recommend watching the game with your friends while eating some delicious Shake Shack burgers and fries. See below.
New York City
Then we head out for the Big Apple. Student travelers absolutely love New York City. We see the Statue of Liberty, Lower Manhattan, the Empire State Building(and can go up to the top if you want), and so much more again. Food in NYC is amazing. Deliciously greasy street-corner pizza is devoured but there is always a healthier option available – just ask your guide for the best place. And don’t forget your bubble tea while in Chinatown! Sometimes group leaders like going to a Broadway Show with their kids, which is awesome, and others like to take a break in Central Park for journaling. See below.
So yes, we definitely think our student travel programs to Washington, D.C. and New York City are awesome. They’re safe, fun, and educational. Why do so many groups trust us to lead this trip year, after year, after year, after year? Scroll back up and check out those pictures again – you can see that we do it all so well! Why do student travelers love their guides so much? Why don’t teachers ever switch back to their old company? Why do parents feel safe enough to send their other sons and/or daughters on our trips? CLICK HERE TO CONTACT US and find out why.