History and Adventure
Learn from the ancients, go wild, and give back.
By Elaine Glusac
Of kids’ first 18 years, few fly faster than the last four, when teenagers – involved in high school academics, extracurricular activities, and the college admissions process – have the least free time.
Travel not only introduces teens to foreign cultures and teaches them about world history, but it can also make them better stewards of the planet and even help prepare them for their future careers.