How to hold a parent meeting for an educational tour

In this guest post, International Program Consultant Catie Martin gives time-honored advice for planning and implementing a successful parent meeting. We can’t say enough how important a parent meeting is for the success of your trip. After all, it’s not enough to get your students on board — their parents need to be on board Read More …

French Language Immersion in Paris – Educational Tour with Explorica

Accelerate your students’ French with an unforgettable educational tour to the City of Light! This 8-day tour is an incredible opportunity for your students to walk through the city’s biggest sites, all while they become more fluent and confident in French. As part of our language immersion collection, this tour features a daily three-hour language Read More …

Educational tour to Switzerland & Italy

Snow-capped mountains, meandering canals, artistic masterpieces and stunning works of architecture all await you in this comprehensive educational tour of Switzerland and Italy. If you’re looking to take your students on a jam-packed adventure through some of the countries’ most beautiful sites, this tour is for you. Here’s an insider’s look at our brand new Read More …

The teacher-traveler’s best friend: Program Leader Training Trips

The first thing you need to know about Program Leader Training Trips is that you should absolutely go on one. They’re informative, fun, and absolutely free, and are a huge benefit to traveling with Explorica. Read on to learn more about this excellent opportunity for teachers who are just getting started with us. What is Read More …

Announcing our 2018 photo contest!

It’s that time of year again! Our first travelers of 2018 are getting ready to set sail, and so is our photo contest. This year, you’ll have five chances to win. We’re giving away over $1,000 worth of Amazon gift cards and the chance to have your shot published on the front cover of our catalog. To enter, take high-resolution, Read More …

Traveling in the Yucatán: Inside Mexico’s best kept secret

My husband and I were looking for a fun winter trip that wouldn’t be too difficult to fit into a week, and the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico turned out to be the perfect option: with the warm weather, the lack of jetlag, and the short flight times, plus the fact that neither of us had Read More …