Immersive international travel programs for teachers and students.
Now is the perfect time to begin planning for 2022! Extend your classroom into the world and broaden the horizons of your students by traveling with experts in cross-cultural engagement.
Our mission is to inspire students to become curious and compassionate global citizens by taking an active interest in the world around them. Walking Tree Travel stands for a more open, curious, and compassionate approach to travel. We partner with select schools and educators around the world to provide impactful small-group experiences, and invest in cultivating and maintaining long-term relationships with our teachers, students, and host communities worldwide.
We would love to talk with you about ways we can support your curriculum and goals through a meaningful travel program. Feel free to reach out by filling in the form above.
The Walking Tree Difference
When you partner with Walking Tree, you become part of our community of like-minded educators who believe in the transformative power of international travel. We value the time and energy you'll devote to helping create an unforgettable experience for your students and want to show our support. See details below and for more information, visit our rewards center: walkingtree.org/rewards
Organize your inaugural program with us, and we will send you $1000 cash to be used to enhance your travel experience in any way you see fit!
For every 8 students you recruit, one group organizer travels for free on your program.
For any educator or group organizer you refer who organizes a program with us, we will send you a $1000 referral bonus upon completion of their program.
"Our students grew immeasurably with each authentic, meaningful experience, and we chaperones were able to really focus on the education and care of our students."
Brooke M. (Principal, Spanish Teacher, and Veteran Educator Partner)
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