August 27, 2015 by SN
Educational student travel, including field trips and student tours, is now more popular than ever. With greater traveller numbers has come a new ease. Indeed, educational student travel has never been do easy to arrange. There are plenty of places willing to accommodate a field trip or tour within the United States or further abroad. Increasingly popular is international student travel to places such as Britain and Australia.
Depending on what you study, educational student travel can be an important and even necessary part of your education. Let’s take archaeology for example: A trip or two to Egypt during the study period would be necessary, especially if your specialty is Egyptian or antique archaeology.
Inside America, you can visit Washington or New York City, and outside of the States you can visit Asia or Europe. Each of these educational student travel destinations is full of attractions.
One of the most interesting educational student travel packages is a trip to the Grand Canyon in Arizona. There are plenty of things you can do there, as well as look at the sights, and you may also choose to go backpacking here, taking time to really see the sights. By using a laptop, it is possible to send other pupils Grand Canyon backpacking trip reports that will make you the envy of everyone. The ability to go backpacking along the mighty canyon, carved by the flow of water many thousands of years ago, is an experience not to be missed.
There are now a number of web sites on the internet devoted to helping people arrange educational student travel to the Grand Canyon, including advice on where to backpack, maps and even guided walks. Some of these web sites may be useful if you intend making Grand Canyon backpacking trip reports as part of your educational experience.
If you do some research on the internet, you will be able to find people who have experienced backpacking in the Canyon, and find photographs of their experience, all useful when you are considering where to go for an educational student travel experience that you will never be able to forget; and why not go somewhere where the scenery is stunning as well.
Chicago Cultural Center
While visiting Chicago, a place to take your kids or students is the Cultural Center. It’s good for older kids and adults, though younger children may still enjoy the guided tours and performing artists.
The free tours are led by volunteers. They reveal the much of the history of the famous Chicago Cultural Center, which attracts millions of people annually. Tours are available year round: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 1:15pm.
The Cultural Center gives you access to many of Chicago’s indoor attractions and shopping opportunities. You can explore the city’s underground via an extensive underway walkway system.