Student Tours and College Trips for School Breaks

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Traveling in college can be rough. Between trying to agree on a destination with friends, finding a time that works for everyone, and of course, coming up with the money to pay for it, there’s a lot that goes into it. If you’re having trouble coming up with a plan for your next school break trip, try looking into these sites for student tours!

STA Travel

STA stands for “start the adventure,” and that’s exactly what their site helps you do! This company organizes student tours in over 150 countries worldwide. They offer tours everywhere from California to Europe to Australia and anywhere in between. You’ll typically visit at least a few cities on each tour and get free time in each city to sightsee and experience the culture like the locals do. Tours range from weekends all the way up to three months. With discounted student rates, you can find anywhere you want to go on a budget. (Oh, and if you’re not only looking for a tour, you can find cheap flights and hotels for students on their site as well!)

SWAT

SWAT – short for “Summer Winter Action Tours” – offers student trips to a variety of destinations. Some of their featured spring break trips include Ft. Lauderdale, Panama City, and South Padre Island. They can even help create custom travel packages for your group! All you have to do is select the trip you and your friends want to take, put a small deposit down to reserve your spot, and then pay the rest through their easy monthly financing. It’s perfect for students, and the best part is, they plan it all for you – hotels, parties, and daily activities included!

EF Ultimate Break

EF Ultimate Break plans and offers student tours and trips for people 18 through 29. They have over 65 trips for every style and plan everything so you don’t have to. Once you select your trip, you can either join the group or sign up with friends. Your flights, accommodations, and activities are all included. And to help you out, you can also pay for your trip over time (and interest-free!) so you can plan your vacation stress-free.

If you haven’t considered a student tour, take a look at these sites. It’s a great way to see the world, travel with friends (and make news ones!), and save money. Find a trip you’re interested in, pack your suitcase, and have fun!

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