News, guidance, and resources for group travel planners

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Holbrook's Virtual Travel Lineup

Based on their 2021 "Virtual Travel Week" with The Nueva School, Holbrook Travel is proud to offer a series of up-close, impactful virtual travel programs. These modules are between 1-hour to 2-hours, with engaging speakers on location, documentary video, and dynamic visuals. ...

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Featured Article: Getting Creative about Travel at Nueva School

Apr 8, 2021 |

Education

| by Christopher Bensley

How one school designed an immersive virtual experience that’s as real as it gets...

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Teacher Profile: David Knight, University High School

Apr 7, 2021 |

Education

| by Holbrook Travel

  Up close with a science educator sidelined after 15 consecutive years of student travel...

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The “Big 15” of Galápagos Wildlife

Apr 6, 2021 |

Education

| by Lindsay Taulbee

The Galápagos Islands are known the world over as a hotspot for studying biodiversity, thanks to the specialized and highly adapted organisms that thrive here. Educators can build programs for their students around a variety of subjects and interests, from a general natural history course to ...

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Webinar Highlights | Pioneers of the Galápagos: The Wittmers

Aug 25, 2020 |

From the Field

| by Lindsay Taulbee

Travel planners who are considering the Galápagos Islands for their future travel offerings will find a destination known for its endemic wildlife, dramatic landscapes, and fascinating human history. Part of that history includes the first permanent settlers who arrived to the islands in the ...

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Should you be planning more domestic travel?

Aug 25, 2020 |

Insider

| by Christopher Bensley

Reasons why staying closer to home may benefit your travel program...

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Manitoba: Attracting scientists, wildlife, and charged particles

High up in Manitoba’s vast province lies Churchill, a city that’s had a long history of visitation from humans, wildlife, and even tiny charged particles emitted by the sun! In our new world of social distancing, and renewed interest in natural places, natural wonders, and the value of ...

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News Bin - August 25, 2020

Aug 25, 2020 |

News Roundup

| by Christa Markley

Bringing you the latest news, information, and resources from around the web. In the August 25 edition, read more about the following:...

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Will coronavirus be a wake-up call for traveling more responsibly?

May 7, 2020 |

Insider

| by Christopher Bensley

Travel Leaders have the chance to present a new path forward “Collectively and individually, we have the opportunity to undertake a smart, responsible recovery and commit to making tangible changes to the way we’ve been traveling,” stated Gregory Miller, Executive Director of the Center for ...

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Destination Spotlight: Australia, Naturally

May 7, 2020 |

Destination Spotlight

| by Meghan Pipa

The reality of travel in the recent global pandemic has many group travel organizers rethinking their programming options and their mix of destinations. With travel planners questioning where to go next, attention is turning to Australia. As one of the most isolated countries in the world, ...

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