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Everything You Need to Know About a Rustic Spring Break
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Everything You Need to Know About a Rustic Spring Break

Rustic Pathways Spring Break programs are everything you expect in a summer program, but condensed into one action-packed week! They all offer community service hours and are some of our most affordable options. We’ve answered some of our most frequently asked spring break questions below.

Q: Can I use airline miles towards my spring break flight?
A: Yes! Since we don’t have group flights for spring break programs, you can book flights out of your hometown and use miles towards your destination.

Q: When do spring break programs run?
A: Our spring break programs run from mid-March to mid-April to accommodate most students’ school schedules.

Q: Can I still earn community service hours on spring break?
A: Absolutely. As a matter of fact, all of our spring break programs offer community service, with the most hours offered on Rebuilding New Orleans (25 hours).

Q: What if I want to travel with a group of friends?
A: Why not?! Our spots are first come, first serve, so get everyone on the same page and enroll early before programs sell out!

Q: Which spring break program should I go on?
A: There’s no bad choices! Take our quiz to see which adventure best fit for you.

Q: What if it’s my first time traveling with Rustic?
A: No problem at all. Our spring break programs are specially designed to get the best experience in one week itineraries.

Ready to start planning your Rustic spring break? Chat with one of our global travel advisors to help you enroll before programs are sold out!

About the Author

Emily Weiner

Marketing Coordinator

Emily is a Phoenix-area native with a journalism and photography degree from Northern Arizona University. Prior to joining Rustic Pathways in 2015, Emily lived in Tel Aviv as a journalist for Time Out Israel magazine. Her passion for creative writing and travel drives the editorial content she produces for the creative team. During her spare time, you will find her hiking camera-in-hand, eating Mexican food, exploring San Francisco, and writing for Time Out San Francisco online.