There are many opportunities to travel when you’re a Girl Scout.
Learning to plan trips and explore new places as an individual, or troop, is a fundamental Girl Scouting experience. Travel is about meeting other amazing girls, developing leadership skills, gaining confidence, and enjoying valuable learning opportunities. Whether an overnight mini-adventure or an international travel opportunity, Girl Scouts learn to appreciate the great outdoors, explore new territories and immerse themselves in other cultures.
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There are three types of travel with Girl Scouts:
Are you ready to explore the world?
Girl Scout Destinations, travel experiences that range from two days to three weeks for Cadettes and older, can whisk you to the far corners of the world where you will meet remarkable girls, develop leadership skills, gain confidence, and enjoy valuable learning opportunities to take action.
With Destinations, you can:
Explore the Galápagos Islands
Become an Aerospace Career Explorer
Learn the ins and outs of Broadway with leading directors, composers, and producers
Sample life at a World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts Center in London, India, Mexico, or Switzerland
Where Can I Travel To?
Click here to view a complete list of Destinations opportunities
The deadline to submit your Destinations application is quickly approaching! 1st round deadline for submissions is November 15, 2016!
You may email, fax or mail your application to:
Director of Program
1410 Etheridge Lane
Boise, ID 83704
GSUSA getaways are prepackaged travel opportunities located in different cities around the country. They are great for first time troops looking to travel. All getaways are quick weekend or short trips that don’t require an application, just a registration. Often programming options are included in the price along with a few meals and sleeping arrangements.
- Girl Scouts Troops ages 11-17.
- All Getaways are listed here.
International Troop Travel
After your troop has experienced domestic travel they may want to travel internationally. There are endless places Girl Scouts are welcome and often travel to. England, Switzerland, India, and Mexico are home to the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS), four world centers where girls from around the globe can learn more about each other, the Girl Guide/Girl Scout Movement, and the countries they are visiting. The centers often offer special programs and the facilities serve as inexpensive lodging for members of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.
Really want to travel but struggling to raise enough money to cover the expenses? Apply for financial assistance with Destination travel expenses.
Have a question about travel? Contact our Program Department at email@example.com