How It Works
Ready to lead a life-changing student trip?
- Where would you like to take your students or youth group?
- The poppy-strewn WWI battlefields of Northern France?
- The cloud forests and volcanos of Costa Rica?
- The ancient ruins of the Athens Acropolis?
- Or closer to home, perhaps a journey back 400 years through Canadian history in charming old Quebec City?
Whatever learning journey you would like to lead, let us make it effortless, smooth and easy for you. We’ll work out all the details to ensure it unfolds fabulously and flawlessly.
Need some ideas or trip inspiration?
Click here to see a sample of some of GHT’s most popular itineraries.
Our 7-step method to planning your school trip:
- Intake: Tell us your travel desires, dates, group size, budget, learning focus and preferred destination(s). From there, our team will get to work on a custom itinerary
- Review: We’ll walk you through your own carefully tailored itinerary – and make as many refinements as you please.
- Final Approvals: With your input, we’ll finalize your itinerary with accurate costings and dates. You’ll get a beautiful document ready to submit to your board or administrators for final approval.
- Marketing: Receive marketing and sales support from us, along with guidance on how to best promote your trip, including presentations, printed material, social media etc.
- Preparation: Attend a special, in-depth group orientation prior to departure, to ensure everyone is prepared and ready to embark on the journey.
- Bon Voyage!
- Follow: Let parents and other school mates follow the trip on social media and our website through our Trip Journals.
“My son said he had the time of his life and this was by far the BEST trip he ever had in his life. He learned so much, came back with unforgettable memories. He was a very appreciative kid to begin with, but I must admit, he now has a different level of appreciation for everything in general…
I’m sure all the boys had similar experiences as they all seemed very happy in the photos! We are so thankful that our he was part of this trip!”