2019 Glenbrook South Canada Cultural Journey
|Travel Dates:|| March 23, 2019 -
March 27, 2019|
Dates are Tentative, Spring 2019
|Program Tuition:|| $1,590 - or - $1,511 with discount if paid in full|
Airfare not included in program tuition
|Deadline(s):||Formal enrollment deadlines, forthcoming. Submit a deposit and complete an Enroll Now form to secure a spot on the adventure!|
Our admissions team makes the payment process simple, offering multiple payment options and easy monthly payment plans.
Program Tuition: $1,590
Pay in Full
Pay in full at the time of enrollment and receive a 5% discount off your program tuition! Your program tuition with this discount would be:
Canada Cultural Journey
Don’t want to fly cross the ocean to experience Europe? Quebec is the answer! Canada’s largest province is also the most multicultural. It has the most unique mixes of old-world meets new-world, English meets French, and history meets today in all of North America. People from just about every walk of life can be found in Quebec, and the province boasts a multi-faceted geography, gorgeous landscapes and diverse climate. Four very distinct seasons put their stamp on this vast territory, and no matter what time of year you come, this friendly, romantic province is full of festivals and appeal.
Cultural Journeys provide deep insight into the history, culture, and natural heritage of our host countries through authentic immersive experiences. Students will explore ancient ruins, sample new foods, and develop valuable leadership skills.
Check out some of the possible featured experiences of your coming adventure! Each customized itinerary is unique, but these are just a few of the activities which may be available during your program.
Visit the Chutes Montmorency, a spectacular waterfall in Quebec
Take a ghost tour as costumed guides wander with lanterns through the streets of Old Quebec
Practice French with language classes and local interactions
Explore the oldest military building in Canada and other architectural wonders
We work hard to create engaging, educational, and truly immersive itineraries for our travelers. However, we also know that travel can be unpredictable, so we always design our experiences to be flexible enough to allow for adjustments based on group interests, unexpected opportunities, and any weather or safety concerns that may arise during your program. Should changes to the itinerary occur, we will notify travelers and families as quickly as possible.
|March 23||Québec||The group will arrive from the USA to Québec City. After arrival, the group will settle into their hotel and have an orientation meeting. We'll take a tour of Old Québec, a UNESCO world Heritage site and the only fortified city in North America.||Québec Hotel|
|March 24||Québec||We'll start the day with a photographic scavenger hunt (upper and lower town), then have lunch at Paillard. We will visit the Citadel, the oldest military building in Canada which is part of the fortifications of Québec City. Depending on the time of the visit, we may be able to see the changing of the guard, a ceremony in which sentries that are performing ceremonial guard duties at important institutions are relieved by a new batch of sentries. We'll take a ghost tour where costumed guides will light their lanterns and take us on a 90 minute walking tour through the streets of Old Quebec, to hear 400 years of haunting stories! The cobblestone streets and ancient buildings set the stage for a truly unique experience.||Québec Hotel|
|March 25||Québec||French classes will take place in the morning, or a history class in French . Later we will take a visit to the Chutes Montmorency a few minutes from Quebec City. It's one of the province's most spectacular sites, standing at at 30 meters higher than Niagara Falls.||Québec Hotel|
|March 26||Québec||After French classes in the morning, we will go to Village des Huron - a cultural site honoring the history of the first people of the region. We will enjoy a hand on educational experience and share a traditional meal with the residents here before returning back to Québec City for the evening.||Québec Hotel|
|March 27||Québec||The group will leave Québec for the USA.||Your own bed!|
In order to provide a safe and memorable experience for our travelers, teachers, staff, Program Leaders and Country Directors, we follow strict guidelines when deciding on lodging, making reservations, and assigning program participants to rooms.
Hotel Universel Quebec
Conveniently located, the hotel is close to Laval University and is minutes away from the business district of Sainte-Foy, downtown, and Old Quebec. What distinguishes the Hotel Universel from other hotels is undoubtedly its exotic indoor garden with heated pool and Nordic spa, not to mention the proximity of Laval University and PEPS.
Safety and Support
EASY FUNDRAISING & PAYMENT
24/7 GLOBAL EMERGENCY LINE
HIGHLY VETTED PARTNERS
PRIVATE GROUP GUARANTEE
COMPREHENSIVE CURRICULUM SUPPORT
DEDICATION TO CULTURAL ENGAGEMENT
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Your Adventure Includes
In order to give our travelers the best possible price, we break out airfare from the Program Tuition. We will still handle all booking and ticketing via our flight partner who has access to special fares not available to the general public. We will provide full transparency in cost so that families pay what the flight costs and nothing more. You will be invoiced for the flight once we are able to secure the group’s airline contract.
Program Tuition Excludes: Travel insurance, baggage fees, airline minor fees, passport/visa fees, laundry, souvenirs, and activities not listed on itinerary.
Need to Raise Money? We have you covered.
Our travelers are provided with fundraising opportunities that are easy to implement and fun to take part in. Our flagship fundraiser involves selling bird-friendly, fair trade coffee from our host countries. There is no limit to the amount you can raise, so get started now by selling coffee or referring your friends to earn credit toward your program!
Why should high school students travel abroad? What happens if a participant gets sick? How quickly do we need to enroll? We’re sure you have plenty of questions and we’ve got you covered! Visit our Resource Center to discover the answers to your most pressing questions and contact us anytime with additional questions.