Biggest [and Best] HBCU Schools in Maryland
The state of Maryland holds several important HBCU schools, especially within the Baltimore area. This blog discusses 4 big-time historically black colleges/universities in Maryland, these schools considered to be the biggest and best HBCU's in the state.
The Art of Travel
Many people take this opportunity for granted, not understanding the reason why travel is so important in their life: Travel is not a destination; it is the perspective that is brought back with them.
5 Best Cities for Music Lovers
For many of us, music is a pleasant escape from silence on the dull commute to work or a rhythmic backdrop that makes everything from elevators to group gatherings less awkward.
Top 10 Free Attractions in Chicago
When your team is on the go in the Windy City and you’ve come across a block of free time in your itinerary, you can fill it with fun for practically nothing! Don’t waste your time in Chicago thumbing through pamphlets and consulting the locals, we’ve got the lowdown right here!
Day Trip Ideas in Astoria, Oregon
Astoria is a popular Northwest port city, trading hub, and cultural hotspot. This seaside city sits at the mouth of the Columbia River and holds a very unique blend of 'riverfront, coastal, and cannery culture'. Groups visiting on a day trip will have excellent options for heritage and maritime museums, local architecture and landmarks, and outdoor adventure.
Battle of the Beaches: Galveston vs South Padre Island
6 hours and 417 miles stand in between two of Texas' most popular beach cities, Galveston and South Padre Island. Both cities have high beach attendance, especially around Spring Break, but which beach is better?
5 Tropical Gardens You Won’t Want to Miss in Hawaii
Explore the islands' most popular garden and plant spots, from the world-famous Dole Plantation to the most authentic Japanese Gardens outside of Japan. In each of these 5 garden options, your group will have opportunities to hike, learn, and take amazing photographs all along the way.
Field Trips to Take in Elkhart
It is likely that you may not have Elkhart County, Indiana, on your radar as a top spot for school field trips, but we are here to bring this lesser-known destination to light for teachers and group leaders.
Top 11 Sights to See in Northwest Nebraska
This is the place to 'discover rural America', and the following 11 attractions are what we consider to be the top sights to see within Northwest Nebraska.
The 5 Most Kid-Friendly Airports in the United States
Traveling with kids from infant to teen isn't always the easiest task, especially when trying to navigate and survive an airport trip. There are actually tons of airports across the United States that offer helpful, kid-friendly features, however, from nursing stations for infants to children's playgrounds and free wifi for older kiddos.
Shakespeare Festival – Oregon
While there are dozens and dozens of Shakespeare festivals throughout the world in any given year, one of our favorites is luckily held right here in the states. This one is a Tony Award-winning festival that is guaranteed to thrill and ignite the artist in each member of your tour group; Southern Oregon’s own Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland, where culture is king!
5 Incredible National Parks to Visit in North America
National Parks are always a great itinerary addition when planning a group vacation, these free natural sites full of stunning scenery, educational opportunities, and fun outdoor recreation. You can please every member of your group with a national park trip, you just have to decide which national park out of North America's 419 you want to visit! Here's a little help...
8 Free Things to Do in San Diego with Your Group
While this trip CAN get expensive, it doesn't have to, especially when you are aware of all the fun free attractions offered throughout the city, from Balboa Park to La Jolla Shores!
D.C.’s Secret Landmarks
While certain cities come to mind when words like “eccentric” or “weird” are mentioned, Washington, D.C. is generally not at the top of that list. Those words are reserved for the voodoo of New Orleans or towns with names and histories like Black Cat, Arkansas. However, there is more to see in D.C. than the Pentagon and Capitol Hill.
New Year’s Eve in the Big Apple
By far the biggest and most televised New Year's celebration in America is undeniably the 70-foot ball drop at midnight in glistening, confetti-caked New York City's Times Square!