Moving into adulthood isn’t easy. Many cultures have coming of age ceremonies to welcome teens into their new world.
View what programs are new, what programs have limited spots, and what unique travel options are available.
Middle schoolers and high schoolers can use summer travel programs to prepare for future opportunities to study abroad.
Statistics show teens are on their phone many hours every day. Families can help strike a healthier balance between technology use and real-world living by following these steps before, during, and after a trip.
Rustic programs take students off the beaten path - far away from tourist locations. At these destinations, they are wowed by both the scenery and the people they meet.
“Rustic” lodging can include camping, or staying in huts, or even boats. Here are some of the lodging differences
With the help of Rustic students, thousands of sea turtles have survived in an increasingly challenging environment.
In some programs, special moments with wildlife are part of the travel adventure. Here are some great options for animal lovers.
Get a teen ready for service travel by viewing some local volunteer ideas that'll create a service mindset and help teens make an impact internationally and locally.
Program leaders are key to an extraordinary Rustic journey. Here is why they are so important.
Students with anxiety disorders may hesitate to travel, but there are key reasons why taking trips can help ease mental illness.
Next year UNESCO will mark 50 years since the organization began naming and recognizing World Heritage sites. Here is a look at the unforgettable locations Rustic students see in the Americas and Africa.
In 2022 the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) will be celebrating 50 years since it began recognizing World Heritage sites. Here are some of these sites Rustic students visit in Australia and Asia.
International travel is a key to mastering another language. Here are some essential tips from language experts on how students can utilize their program experiences to vastly improve their communication skills.
Students and program leaders took hundreds of pictures to celebrate the return to international student travel in 2021. In part 1, we share the best photos from the United States and Morocco.