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Travel for Teens

Map900 West Valley Road, Suite 300,
Wayne, PA 19087
888-457-4534
    Categories:
  • Educational
  • Leadership
  • Residential Camps

Description:

Travel for Teens offers fun and enriching programs abroad. We offer a wide variety of programs all over the world including cultural adventures, community service, language, photography, and trips just for older teens. Our programs feature choice in what you do, see, and experience, a dynamic that sets us apart from superficial tours that herd large groups from one site to another. We interact with our host cultures, taking cooking and dance lessons, performing valuable service work to help local communities, and conversing with the people who have spent their lives living in the places we journey to. We have crafted our unique programs to engender love for travel, hunger for learning, curiosity about differences, appreciation of similarities across cultures, and an understanding of what it means to be a global citizen.

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