Student travel is making a grand return as educational settings and the travel industry regain a sense of normalcy after the last two years. During this time many destinations and attractions have adjusted their offerings to cater to our new tech-savvy, safety-conscious era. This means that students and educators can look forward to even more opportunities for hands-on educational opportunities all across the country that are sure to leave a lasting impression.
This year, Student Travel Planning Guide is excited to announce a fully digital edition of the 2022 guide, making it easy to access on-the-go and save for future reference. As trends in student travel have evolved, the latest edition provides a look into new options for student field trips while also providing a deeper dive into the industry’s recovery, fundraising tips and tools to make travel planning easier for educators.
While the past two years have limited in-person experiences for students, destinations and attractions have adapted to bring new state-of-the-art virtual field trip options in addition to new and improved programming for in-person visits. What better way to apply historical texts than to visit one of the country’s celebrated museums or calculate the laws of physics at one of the unique programs offers by theme parks? The newest edition of Student Travel Planning Guide provides plenty of inspirations and tips on how educators can provide meaningful experiences outside the classroom.
Highlights from the 2022 Edition of Student Travel Planning Guide
- Students of the Game: How student & sports travel segments share a post-pandemic playbook
- Trends in Student Travel: An industry expert explains developments in student travel as the industry recovers
- Five Essential Student Trip Tech Tools: Make your next field trip paper-free with these apps and platforms
- Theme Park Thrills Return: New attractions, programs and rides will appeal to student groups
- School Trip Fundraising 101: Tips to maximize your efforts and create the best outing for students
The 2022 edition also showcases cities and attractions that offer special programs for school trips in Florida, Maryland, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C. These destinations are perfect for applying classroom concepts to the real world and giving students an authentic travel experience. Teachers can engage students’ critical thinking at the Museum of the American Revolution, dive into the biodiversity of the Great Smoky Mountains in Pigeon Forge, along with a host of offerings throughout the U.S.
About Student Travel Planning Guide
Since 2009, Student Travel Planning Guide has been a trusted name in student tourism. As part of the Premier Travel Media family of brands, Student Travel Planning Guide provides inspiring destination showcases, group itineraries for seamless planning, and customized local content. Student Travel Planning Guide continues to evolve as the industry changes, saying up to date on the latest trends and supporting student travel industry growth through content that is valuable, inspirational and engaging.
For more information about planning group travel and to download your copy of the 2022 edition of Student Travel Planning Guide, visit StudentTravelPlanningGuide.com. Destinations, attractions and hotels looking to attract more student travelers can learn more here.