- November 15: Deadline for round one applications submitted to Anna Danila, GSCO Travel Manager
- December 5 - January 6: Round one applicants notified of their acceptance status by trip sponsors
- January 20: Deposits holding particpants spot due to trip sponsor
- February 20: Deadline for round two applications submitted to Anna Danila
- March 3: Round two applicants notified of their status
Girl Scouts love to travel—from the field trips they take as Brownies to the global adventures they go on as teens. If you love exploring different places and cultures, then Girl Scouts is the place for you.
You can experience all that our country has to offer, whether you’re “blasting off” at Space Camp in Alabama, taking in a Broadway show in New York City, or visiting the birthplace of Girl Scouts’ founder, Juliette Gordon Low, in Savannah, Georgia. And you can plan even bigger adventures around the world, traveling with other Girl Scouts who share your love of adventure.
Check out Girl Scout Destinations, the ultimate adventure program for girls ages 11 and older. With a ton of different trips to apply for every year—from surfing camp on the east coast and breathtaking hikes out west, to the crazy-cool wonder of new cultures abroad—there’s something amazing for everyone to experience.
Make friends from all over the country as you travel with Girl Scouts from different states, see and learn new things, and pack your bags full of inspiring, life-changing experiences and memories. Find your trip today!
Every girl deserves a chance to see the world! Whether you’re exploring your own neighborhood, going on overnight camping trip, or flying across the world—you’re always expanding your horizon with Girl Scouts. Travel with Girl Scouts from our council and across the United States. There’s an entire world out there waiting to be explored by you.
Ways to Travel
Girl Scout Destinations
Girl Scout Destinations whisk you to the far corners of the Earth! These trips are sponsored by councils across the country and are for all Girl Scouts ages 11 to 17. On these adventures, you will meet girls from all across the work while developing your leadership skills and gaining confidence through travel. From hiking through the Andes to snorkeling with turtles in Costa Rica, adventure is out there! Destination trip locations and application can be seen here.
GSCO 2017 Destinations Timeline
Volunteer-Led Girl Scout Trips
Looking for more travel options? Volunteer-led trips are geared towards individual girls and girls wanting to travel outside of their own troop. Planning for these trips is girl-led, so girls can help design their dream travel experience.
Girls can use Cookie Credits toward Girl Scout travel experiences.
Germany, Italy, and Switzerland: June
2018 (dates are flexible)
For information, contact Heather Browning
London in Depth: June 27 - July 5, 2017
For information, contact Laura Buckner
Belize: July 6 - 13, 2017
For information, contact Charalotte Hardy
Marina Life Tour in Florida: November 18 - 22, 2017
For information, contact Jody Clair
Puerto Rico: March 24 - 30, 2018
For information, contact Jody Clair
Financial Assistance and Scholarships
Financial assistance is available to help you explore the world!
Where can you go? Places like China, Costa Rica, Switzerland, Patagonia, Peru, Scotland, Germany, Mexico, and more!
How far will your Girl Scout experience take you? That’s up to you!
Global Girl Scouting Committee
The Girl Scouts of Colorado Global Girl Scouting Committee supports the mission of Girl Scout sisterhood through travel by sharing travel resources and opportunities to visit World Centers.
For more information about the Global Girl Scouting committee, please contact Lori Thompson.
Questions about traveling with Girl Scouts? Contact Anna Danila, Outdoor and Travel Program Manager.