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.
Inspire Your Students
Inspire your students to be lifelong learners with an unforgettable Discovery adventure - and see the world at no cost to you.
Meet fascinating experts and experience the world’s greatest adventures. Hear from past student travelers on what you can expect from your adventure.
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.
asteroid 1998 QE2, which is about 1.7 miles long, poses no threat to Earth. The giant space rock will come within 3.6 million miles of our planet — about 15 times the distance separating Earth and the moon, researchers say. But the close approach will still be dramatic for astronomers, who plan to get a good look at 1998 QE2 using two huge radar telescopes — NASA's 230-foot Goldstone dish in California and the 1,000-foot Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico. Do you worry about asteroids hitting the Earth? Read More
Snowiest Place: The greatest annual snowfall level in North America is at Mount Rainier, Washington, where an average of 692 inches accumulates every year. The single year record was set during 1971-1972 with 1,122 inches of snow. Read More