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2017 National Trip    (top)

Calling all girls who love to travel: reserve your spot on the 2017 national trip today! 

The national trip is a great opportunity to travel to New York City, Boston, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia with your friends. Catch a Broadway play in the Big Apple; tour the Freedom Trail in Boston; see Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.; and walk where our nation’s founders did at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler, or this is your first trip, you won’t want to miss this experience! 

This is not only an exciting excursion, but an awesome way to make new friends for life! Prior to the trip, two overnight experiences will occur for all girls attending the trip to get to know each other. 

Girls 13 years or older by July 1, 2017 are eligible to attend the trip. Girls do not need to be currently registered for Girl Scouts, but will be asked to join. Tour guides and five adult volunteer advisors will be leading the girls through each iconic city to ensure safety and fun. Trip cost is $2,800 per person and includes all flights, hotel lodging, motor coaches, and metro passes, as well as four trip shirts designed by participants. Payments for the trip are due at the first of every month and automatic withdrawal is available. 

Contact Travel@GirlScoutsToday.org to register or with any questions.

 

Council Travel

Oh the places you’ll go, the adventures you’ll seek, the opportunities are endless, come join us to be. Traveling gives girls the opportunity meet new people, learn new skills, discover other cultures and have experiences they will remember for a lifetime.

Girl Scouts provides a safe, educational and engaging way to see the world, through short regional trips, overnight bus trips and national and international trips.

Discover the opportunities girls have to travel in this quick video!


 

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How will you travel with us?

For more information, please contact Travel@GirlScoutsToday.org.

NOTE: Additional training is required for simple overnights, camping and extended troop trips. Contact Adult Learning for more information.