Global Explorers Programs
We work with groups of middle school, high school and college-aged students and their educators from schools and organizations of all types. We also work with families and affinity travel groups. Group size varies from trip to trip, but Global Explorers creates an experience tailor made for you. We do not combine your trip with unrelated individuals or other groups for economy's sake. One educator travels for free with the first 10 paying participants, and one for every 5 paying participants thereafter. Learn more about how our group programs work in the Educators section.
If you are an individual student interested in traveling with Global Explorers, please visit the For Individual Travelers section. Individual students ages 14-24 who are not a part of an organization can travel with us in many different programs. If you would like to help form a group at your school, contact us and we'll make it happen.
Click the map above to learn more about any of our destinations, including:
Amazon Adventure: Peru
Fish for piranha, swim in the Amazon, and build a community garden.
American Youth Leadership Program: Cambodia
A cross-cultural exchange program to explore the history, environment and culture of Cambodia. This scholarship program is a program of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs Youth Programs Division, managed by Global Explorers.
Arctic Exploration: Canada
Travel across the tundra, search for polar bears and learn about Inuit culture.
Sustainable Tropics: Costa Rica
Watch for sea turtles by moonlight, zip along the rainforest canopy and study conservation issues.
Machu Picchu & the Sacred Valley: Peru
Hike the famous Inca Trail, explore Machu Picchu and delve into Incan culture.
African Discovery: Tanzania
Take a traditional African Safari and plant trees on the hills of Kilimanjaro.
The Mayan Yucatan: Mexico
Float along mangrove swamps, study the rainforest and explore ancient Mayan ruins.
Canyon Skies: U.S. Southwest
Raft the San Juan River, explore Canyon de Chelly National Monument and learn from the Navajo.