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Our teachers’ top 3 reasons to travel with a Tour Director

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An educational travel program abroad offers students both immediate and lifelong benefits. As the teacher who makes it happen, you want to ensure your students get the most out of their experience. Like you, we focus on education! Not only do WorldStrides Tour Directors take care of all aspects of your on-tour experience, they’re also…

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Packing hacks for your educational travel program

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When you’re packing for your school trip, there are measures you can take to make life easy for yourself along your travels. You don’t want to over-pack or under-pack and you do want to make the absolute most of your space. We’ve compiled some of the best packing tips and tricks out there, so that…

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Choose the right luggage for your tour

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The perfect bag makes all the difference when you’re on-tour. You don’t want to lug a bulky and awkward suitcase through crowded airports. You want to feel proud of your choice in baggage when it rolls around on the luggage carousal. Whether you’re looking for the best suitcase for international travel or a lightweight backpack…

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Helpful tips on what to pack for your school trip

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A crucial part of preparation for any school trip is packing. Before you embark on your adventure, you want to be sure you’ve got everything you need, while at the same time only what you need. So you can focus on discovering new and exciting things and enjoying your experience of a lifetime. Packing can…

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China: Travel Tips for Teachers and Students

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Home to the largest population on the planet, China tops our list for the sheer volume and variety of experiences on offer for students. Being one of the four ancient civilisations, there is endless culture and heritage for students to absorb on an educational travel program in China. Not only is China rich in history,…

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Japan: Travel Tips for Teachers and Students

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Japan is a classic example of old meets new, an ancient culture competing with hyper-modern tech-obsessed cities. In sharp cultural contrast to Australia, students will be amazed as they explore the urban and rural communities of Japan. There is much to see and do on an educational travel program in the land of the rising…

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10 000 teachers can’t be wrong

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When you’re planning a school tour, selecting an educational travel partner is one of the most important decisions you will make. Our passion for creating exceptional learning experiences is just one reason why teachers choose us. We’re here to help teachers like you change students’ lives and deliver an unforgettable trip. Here’s why over 10…

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PACER rebate available to schools travelling to Canberra

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The Australian Government understands the importance of a Canberra educational tour within the civics and citizenship curriculum. It encourages and supports Australian schools to partake by offering a financial rebate to all schools who visit Canberra in Years 4 to 12. A visit to Canberra is a transformative experience for all young Australians. Each year…

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Planning a snowsports tour, a teacher’s perspective

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WorldStrides currently facilitates snowsports tours for more than 150 schools around Australia each year and has access to the best snowsports centres worldwide. We have an incomparable record of success in each of the ‘prime location’ alpine resorts we use in Australia and internationally. Snowsports tours are no longer just an extra-curriculum activity. For some…

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New Zealand Adventures

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Where else will you find adventure sports, rich indigenous culture and history and spectacular natural wonders? Our experiential programs to New Zealand combine all of the above and are tailored to suit your specific curriculum focuses. Whether it’s learning about geography and Maori culture at Mt Cheeseman, discovering science and snowsports at Lake Tekapo or…

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