Camping is about fun AND learning
Camping is a great way to break from your normal routine, get some fresh air, and to expand your appreciation for the natural world. And it’s a lot more than s’mores and campfires (although those are really great parts of camping, too!). When you take a trip out
Los cayucos are hand-carved wooden canoes that swiftly float across the sparkling light blue waters of the Caribbean near Panama in South America.
On this journey, they are a symbol of entering a new region that’s full of color, culture, and wonderful people. We’ll use cayucos again later as we canoe between islands of the San
The Quechua, the native dwellers of the Andes region in Peru, call their home “Pachamama” or Mother Earth. On our 25-day excursion to that very place, our group of students grades 9-12 will explore the vast beauty, culture, and history of a small village outside Ollantaytambo in South America—and find out why the Quechua
Some of our trips here at The Road Less Traveled are geared toward older, high-school age students—but there are also many experiences available for some of our younger travelers, ages 12-14! Starting group travel early is helpful in the same way learning another language early is beneficial—the sooner we start, the more quickly we learn