Expand Student Horizons with a class trip to San Francisco, New Orleans or Boston. Fly there with Ed Tours.
Live The Dream with a visit to the MLK Monument as part of a Washington,
DC student tour.
Bring history to life for your class with a visit to Ellis
Island & Statue of Liberty in New
Explore St. Augustine The nation`s
oldest city is one of our most popular Educational
Explore Southern Historywith a class trip to Atlanta, Savannah or Charleston.Tour one or all with ET
Take your class on an Overnight Stay and sleep under a rocket at Kennedy Space Center. It`s a blast of a trip!
Take your class to the
Orlando Attractions area with
Educational Tours. Book a 2015 Universal Grad Night Now!
Experience the drama of the 911
Memorial on a class trip to New York
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Our mission is to provide students the best learning opportunity
possible from educational travel. We will help your group
accomplish its goal no matter what your curriculum dictates.
Our professionals help you thoroughly explore all the latest
touring options. Over 30 years of experience assures the
highest academic quality at the best possible value. With
Educational Tours on the team, your student travel program
be will be a constructive, educational and fun "learning experience."
We offer a variety of tour packages and can develop custom
class trips to virtually any U.S. destination. Travel by bus or air.
No matter where you want to go, we have the connections to
make it a seamless process there, back and in between.
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A: Parents will more than likely be given the phone number(s) of school personnel on the trip. In addition, phone numbers for hotels are included on the trip itinerary where messages can be left for students. Finally, Educational Tours is available 24 hour a day on our toll free number for emergencies (1-900-343-9003) ... read more.
A: A form must be completed and provided to the trip sponsor in order for students to bring any medications on the trip. All medications are collected and administered by school personnel.... read more.