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Discovery Student Adventures

Student Trips Powered by Discovery Education

Pack your curiosity and go!

This year, let your curiosity run wild. Discovery Student Adventures grants you exclusive access to the world's most amazing places. You'll experience iconic landmarks, awe-inspiring landscapes, and unique cultures. Our journeys capture the excitement and adventurous spirit of Discovery as you go behind the scenes and visit places few tourists see. There, among scientists, explorers, and indigenous people is where the adventure—and the learning—begin.

Choose A Destination

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ARCTIC

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AUSTRALIA

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CHINA

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COSTA RICA

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ENGLAND

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ITALY

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SOUTH AFRICA

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SPAIN

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YELLOWSTONE

Teachers

Inspire Your Students

Inspire your students to be lifelong learners with an unforgettable Discovery adventure - and see the world at no cost to you.

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Students

Great Adventures

Meet fascinating experts and experience the world’s greatest adventures. Hear from past student travelers on what you can expect from your adventure.

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Parents

Safety Is Priority #1

Set your child on a course to future success. Safety is our number one priority as your child builds confidence and lasting connections to the wider world.

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Latest from Our Adventure Blog


    Open your mouth and listen up!
    "A small frog native to the Republic of Seychelles lacks a conventional middle ear and eardrum to hear sounds made by other frogs, but new research suggests these peculiar croaker...s are not deaf, and can instead use their mouth cavities to pick up on noise.

    Gardiner's frogs from the Seychelles islands are one of the smallest known types of frogs in the world. These amphibians are seemingly deaf -- having no middle ear or eardrum to help process sound waves -- but can mysteriously still make their own croaking sounds, and hear the calls of other frogs.

    Click to discover how does this mouth-ear works: http://ow.ly/ovLV9"
     
     
     


    Mystery Solved: Mars Had Large Oceans
     
    Since 1991, planetary scientists have floated the idea that Mars once harbored vast oceans that covered roughly one-third of the planet. Two long shore-like lips of rock in the planet's northern hemisphere were thought to be the best evidence, but experts argued that they were too hilly to describe the smooth edges of ancient oceans. The view just changed dramatically with a surprisingly simple breakthrough. The once-flat shorelines were disfigured by a massive toppling over of the planet, scientists announced. The warping of the Martian rock has hidden clear evidence of the oceans, which in any case have been gone for at least 2 billion years. Red more: http://bit.ly/14DYSXi
    Do you think the U.S. should send a manned spaceship to Mars?