Sunday, August 25th, 2013 | By Stefan
Welcome Back to School Edition
We had a great 2013 travel season and one of the highlights was one of our groups featured on CNN during their class trip with us to Washington DC during the Presidential Inauguration last January.
See the video here
Now we are looking forward to 2014. Spring may be three seasons away and yet August / September is the best time to start planning a student group class trip.
GO TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS – $1,000
Earn a $500 GO Travel Scholarship just for booking a trip: Book any student group tour within North America by September 15th and receive a $500 travel scholarship for your group to reduce the price of their trip for the students.
For a group of 40 student this means a savings of over $10 per student.
Earn a $1,000 GO Travel Scholarship: Simply refer any other educator, organizer or colleagues to GO Educational Tours and when they book their travel you’ll receive an additional Travel Scholarship of $1,000 for your student trip.*
Customize your class trip plans by selecting one of the following destinations.
Plan your tour your way.
Chattanooga? Yes, Chattanooga!
Our New Favorite destination
Chattanooga is a great small town with plenty to see and do: from Ruby falls to Lookout Mountain to the Tennessee Aquarium it is well worth the detour. Combine this destination for your class trip with Nashville or Atlanta.
Our newest program features none other than the Music City itself. Combine a side trip to Chattanooga to see Ruby Falls and the Tennessee Aquarium or add a night or two in Atlanta.
A 3 day/2-night trip with 48 students and 4 complimentary chaperones starts at only $277 per student.
** The GO Travel Scholarship is applicable at the moment we receive the initial non refundable deposit
** The GO Travel Scholarship does not have a monetary value and cannot be exchanged. It can only be applied against a future qualifying tour to be booked this year or the next. However, you may transfer the GO Travel Scholarship to a school you know travelling with GO.
Learn more here