Location
  • United States of America
Length
1 - 4 weeks

Program Details

Program Type
Student Tour
Timeframe
Summer
Housing
Hotel Lodge Tent
Age Min.
14
Age Max
18

Pricing

Starting Price
$2,000 USD
What's Included
Accommodation Activities Meals Transportation
What's Not Included
Airfare
Jul 23, 2021
Jul 29, 2021

About Program

Want to embark on an environmental service program in the United States? This trip across the Pacific Northwest will bring you deep into the beauty and vastness of this beautiful part of our country. Travel to the San Juan Islands and the Puget Sound, while you delve into the complex ecosystem of marine biology. Exploring these islands by kayaks and ferry, you will experience and learn first hand about local Native American culture and island ecology. From jaw-dropping adventure to environmental stewardship, this is a truly unforgettable program!

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  • Fun 9
  • Housing 8
  • Safety 10
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Lila
7/10
Yes, I recommend this program

Once in a lifetime opportunity

This trip had an amazing itinerary and very supportive leaders! Adam and Sarah were fantastic and bent over backwards all the time to make sure we felt as safe and happy as possible. We saw some stunning sites on the trip too. One highlight was the three day kayak trip where we got to swim in the pacific ocean and see such cool wildlife. Every guide we met on our journey was very experienced and could answer any question you asked. The trip was packed of fun activities but still had time for sleeping in and spending time getting to know others. However, I noticed this trip had a very specific demographic of upper class kids from private schools who had no problem using slurs and derogatory terms in everyday conversations. If that isn’t you, I probably don’t recommend the trip!

What was the most surprising thing you saw or did?
One time we were kayaking slowly around an island, and saw a big mound of rock. As we paddled closer, we see a seal sleeping on the rock. Slowly it starts moving, and we notice that the rock had about 10 other seals all camouflaged on it and they started getting up and moving around!
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