Destination Spotlight Stories

Authentic cultural experiences across Italy

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Recognised as the birthplace of western culture, Italy has a rich story to tell, one that is written into its ancient ruins and passionate culture. Home to many of the world’s most extraordinary artistic and architectural masterpieces, the iconic museums and landmarks that students will explore in Italy are the stuff of legends. At every…

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Canberra for all budgets and educational objectives

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Take your students on a Canberra tour that aligns with your curriculum wish list and budget with WorldStrides. Our experts have been organising itineraries that tick all the boxes for 35 years. There’s no better place than our nation’s capital for civic education, where interactive learning programs ensure politics are brought to life. According to…

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Exploring ecosystems in Cairns

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Cairns offers students the unique opportunity to learn by exploring some of the world’s most impressive ecosystems. With vibrant reefs and dense rainforests, it’s a place of striking natural beauty. A school tour to Cairns is a sure way to spark an interest in biological and environmental science. Students will be immersed in different natural…

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Nozawa Onsen – more than snowsports

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Nozawa Onsen has earned a strong reputation for it’s incredible dry powder snow and world class skiing. However, there is so much more on offer in this amazing Japanese village beyond snowsports! A WorldStrides tour in Nozawa Onsen presents students with a range of unique oppportunites to experience traditional Japanese culture, right in the heart…

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Performing arts tours across the globe

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The best way to understand the performing arts industry is to get out there and experience it. A WorldStrides performing arts tour gives your students an inside view, with exclusive access to some of the most famous venues and stages around the world. Students are given a taste of what it’s like to participate in…

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Australian tours linked to your curriculum

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Australian tours introduce students to a bigger world in their own backyard. Every Australian city has something new and incredible to offer. Our domestic tours are full of meaningful learning experiences that reinforce classroom learning. Here are our favorite destinations that link to the Australian Curriculum, and provide fun and exciting adventures for your students:…

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7 day New Zealand snowsports tour from $1,999 per student!

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This incredible snowsports package offers outstanding value for schools looking to excite and engage their students on the slopes. Located on New Zealand’s South Island, the Roundhill Ski Field is the perfect destination for skill development and progression in snowsports. With an enormous beginner’s area, long wide runs and the world’s longest rope tow, Roundhill…

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Exciting new tour opportunities!

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Roman Philosopher Seneca once wrote… “Travel and change of place impart new vigour to the mind…” As the leaders in educational travel, we’re always looking for new and exciting destinations that will spark curiosity and inspire new learnings among your students. Educational tours of Hawaii, India and Russia each offer students opportunities to journey beyond…

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Northern Territory School Excursion Program Extended to 2018

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A place of wonder and whimsy, the Northern Territory offers an array of inspiring and educational experiences for students to engage in, many of which are built around strong links with the Australian Curriculum including Humanities and Social Science, Aboriginal Histories and Culture, Science and Sustainability. With news that NT Learning Adventures has extended their…

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On tour of the Western Front with Clare Wood

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WorldStrides’ resident history buff and team member Clare Wood recently journeyed to Belgium to explore the Western Front Battlefields. Here she shares with us the impact this experience had on her personally and professionally as advocate for the benefits of educational travel for Australian students. Recently I travelled to Flanders Field to experience the Western…

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