Answered By: Angie Lira Last Updated: Oct 29, 2018 Views: 272
Group travel provides learners the opportunity to travel with 10–35 fellow learners. The group travels on a coach bus, take walking tours within the city together, and stay in the same hotel, usually sharing twin rooms. An educational tour provides education, cultural experiences, and new perspectives for each learner, as compared to a vacation where there may not be scheduled events and the individual may go as he or she pleases.
All rooms are designed to accommodate two adults of the same sex and come with two twin beds. All learners have the option to pay an additional fee for a private room. The hotels are three-star hotels and have private bathrooms within the room. You can make a roommate request through firstname.lastname@example.org after registering for the trip.
Most evenings are free if no travel has already been scheduled.
To learn more about the study abroad program, please contact email@example.com.