Educational travel blog
December 13, 2013
Now passports students have access to never-before-available resources applicable to their tour, fun contests, travel tips, and trip-friendly apps for their electronic travel-worthy devices!
Now travelers can view never-before-available resources about their tour, including a convincing collection of video interviews from previous passports travelers who’ll tell you why group travel is a once-in-a-lifetime learning experience, a list of all the “dos and dont’s” for travel, information about trip cancellation and on-trip health insurance, recognized academic credit programs available in the U.S., and travel tips that will help you prepare for the adventure of a lifetime.
We’re going to kick off some great contests for student travelers, for the first time ever. Using photos, videos and social networking our aim is to make being a member of apassports touring group ultimately more interactive and appealing to teenage students. (Ok, if you’re an adult participant, we will probably invite you to join in on the fun as well!) Contests start pretty much right away for 2014 tours, and submissions must be in by August 31, 2014 to qualify for consideration. More on that, later, but if you’re curious you can check the contest link on passports.com – here!
Travelers (both student and adult alike) will have a more user-friendly way to enroll online for your passports 2014 or 2015 trips.
Just use your credit card – easy-peasy!
… and even scope out some popular travel-related apps for their travel-worthy electronic gadgetry.
passports Educational Group Travel partners with teachers across the United States to provide high-quality educational travel experiences to their students. Educational tours visit destinations around the world - primarily France, Italy, England, Spain and Costa Rica - at low, guaranteed prices.
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