Topics: Brightspark, brightspark exclusives, student educational tours, student tour, Tour Leaders, Quel Beau Pré, Quebec City tour, class trip, spring travel, student travel, Quebec City, Beaupré Coast
It is that spooky time of year again, when classrooms are outfitted with cobwebs and paper ghosts, and students dressed as superheroes unwrap candy at their desks.
To celebrate Halloween, we complied eerie places you can visit on a student tour that just might send a chill down your spine.
Topics: museum, student educational tours, history, international travel, Ottawa Trip, class trip, student tour, student travel, Casa Loma, Salem Massachusetts, Saunders Farm, Edinburgh Castle, Halifax Citadel, Paris Catacombs
Do you want to meet a snowman? Explore an Ice Palace? Skate down a canal? Take your students out of the classroom and into a winter wonderland for an adventure of a lifetime.
Situated in the North Atlantic between Europe and North America lies a vast land of seemingly remote terrain just waiting to be explored. A landscape full of volcanos, geysers, waterfalls and fascinating medieval history. That land is Iceland, commonly referred to as the 'Land of Fire & Ice'. With milder than expected winters due to the warming effect of the Atlantic Gulfstream and barely any darkness from sunset to sunrise in the summer it's an immense terrain full of wonder and the ideal destination to ignite your student’s passion for travel!
There’s something special about the start of the school year. The students are buzzing with tales of the summer, catching up with old friends and forging new friendships. Everyone is ready to tackle a new school year. Chances are booking your school trip is not top of mind. That’s ok, we’ve got you covered!
Student travel season has arrived and with that comes packing. If your student or child is unsure of what to bring for their class trip, then worry no more, we have everything you need to make your trip hassle free with our spring packing list!
The Big Apple is known for its grid-like streets, towering skyscrapers, the hustle and bustle of pedestrians, the endless sea of yellow cabs, and both great shopping and great food! From dumplings in Chinatown to handcrafted jewellery in Greenwich, there is something for everyone. What makes this city great is its unique and diverse neighbourhoods. Similar to Toronto, NYC is a collection of small cultural centres that together make the whole of the city. Over the next few weeks we’ll look at some of these neighbourhoods to find those hidden gems and popular attractions
Last week the Brightspark office was lucky enough to be hosted by the city of Cleveland to show us what they have to offer for our student groups. We were totally impressed. Personally, the only things I connected with Cleveland were: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, LeBron James, and the Drew Carey Show. I have definitely come back from this trip with a different perspective on this Great Lakes city.
Here are a few highlights of our trip: