There are many opportunities for travel in Girl Scouts for all girls. Learning to plan trips and travel as a group is one of the basic experiences in Girl Scouting. In Girl Scouting, travel is about fun, exploration and progressive experiences in appreciating the outdoors, new places and other cultures. As girls grow older and more experienced in travel, the scope of their travel broadens to include travel across the country or abroad on a girl-planned trip with sister Girl Scouts, or as an individual in a council or Girl Scouts of the USA sponsored destination.
Current Council Sponsored Travel Opportunities
March 15-17, 2013
Winter Adventure at Meadow Mountain Ranch – Let’s play in the snow!! Come and experience beautiful Rocky Mountain National Park the way it was meant to be experienced! GSCO is partnering with The Women’s Wilderness Institute to give you the very best winter adventure. Activities will include snow shoeing, hiking, leadership games, and so much more.
May 24-31, 2013
Girls Unite*Dream*Act*Change* at Disney World - Meet, learn, and grow with Girl Scouts from around the country during this celebration of your Girls’ power to act on their dreams and make a big change in the world. Participate in Disney Youth Education Adventures, a Sing-along Dinner, and a Sweets and Swaps Social to celebrate the spirit of Scouting at the Walt Disney World® Resort.
June 17-25, 2013
Canyon Skies - The stunning scenery of the Southwestern U.S. never fails to awe and inspire those who take the time to discover its riches. Warm yourself by a campfire as you visualize ancient tales recounted by a Navajo storyteller and flute player under the endless stars of Canyon de Chelly. Enjoy a true escape as you raft the San Juan River. Explore hidden and mysterious cliff dwellings and learn how their original inhabitants faced conservation issues similar to those we face today. There’s no better place to contemplate your place in the universe than under the desert sky’s magnificent canvas of stars.
Girl Scout destinations—travel experiences that range from two days to three weeks for Cadettes and older, can whisk you to the far corners of the world where you will meet remarkable girls, develop leadership skills, gain confidence, and enjoy valuable learning opportunities to take action. You can download applications and look at a list of current Destinations at www.girlscouts.org/forgirls/travel/destinations/
Applications are due to GSCO by November 30th 2012
Applications can be mailed to - -
Girl Scouts of Colorado
Attn: Sarah Mannie
400 S. Broadway, P.O. Box 9407
Denver, CO 80209-0407
Applications can also be emailed to email@example.com
Comming Soon - 2014 and 2015 Council Sponsored Travel Opportunities
Costa Rica - Summer of 2014
Savannah Georgia - Summer of 2015
Belize - Summer of 2015