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Celtic Traditions

England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland

Your destinations: London, Warwick, North Wales, Limerick, Cahersiveen, Dublin, Belfast, Stirling, Aviemore, Pitlochry and Edinburgh.

Journey to the United Kingdom for an unforgettable experience. Train as a knight at an English castle, bottlefeed lambs on a farm and raft a Scottish river on your fivecountry European adventure of a lifetime!

Includes

  • Round Trip International Airfare From Designated Departure Airport
    *Supplements may apply for USA Domestic Air to Designated Departure Airport.
  • Ground Arrangements
  • All Meals
Price: $6290 per person*

*Please Note: Supplements may apply

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Available Dates for 2017
Departure Airports: JFK - Download Flight Zone Fares
Celtic Traditions - June 25 2017 - Suitable for grades 8-12 (High School)
Celtic Traditions - June 27 2017 - Suitable for grades 5-8 (Middle School)
Celtic Traditions - July 10 2017 - Suitable for grades 8-12 (High School)
Celtic Traditions - July 13 2017 - Suitable for grades 8-12 (High School)
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ADVENTURE

Challenge yourself and experience personal growth as you:

  • Challenge yourself with outdoor activities that build confidence on a journey of self-development
  • Take part in a specially arranged People to People Medieval encampment and re-enactment at Warwick Castle
  • Visit the Kingdom of Fife, the home of golf and learn the rudiments of the game from a pro

EDUCATION

Learn about different cultures and traditions as you:

  • Enjoy an exclusive People to People moment as you meet a former member of British Parliament
  • Meet performing arts students at the prestigious and highly acclaimed BRIT school
  • Hear first-hand stories from a real-life Highlander on Scottish clan heritage, weaponry and kilts

CULTURE

Connect with locals as you:

  • Meet Likeminded peers and create lifelong friendships as you visit schools and meet local people
  • Immerse yourself in local culture with an exclusive People to People family homestay
  • Take part in exclusive People to People community programs at local hospitals and gardens
  • Day 1-2

    Overnight flight to London
    After arriving in London, visit the John F. Kennedy Memorial at Runnymede. Get an awesome view of the capital from The Coca-Cola London Eye.
  • Day 3

    Explore the very best of London
    See the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus and finish up with the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. Cruise along the River Thames taking in sights such as Tower Bridge, The Shard and St. Paul’s Cathedral. Meet with a former Member of British Parliament and visit the Tower of London. Enjoy a show in London’s West End.
  • Day 4

    Warwick Castle and Medieval battle arts
    Today you will have the opportunity to spend time at the world famous BRIT School. Meet with current students, join in with activities, sample classes and experience a memorable day at this renowned school for performing arts. Then travel to Warwick and participate in a Medieval encampment re-enactment.
  • Day 5

    Visit rural North Wales
    This morning you will spend time exploring the historic Roman city of Chester. Travel to North Wales and encounter the village that boasts one of the world’s longest station names: Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwyllllantysiliogogogoch!
  • Day 6

    Experience the delights of Ireland with a trip to Limerick
    This morning take a ferry across the Irish Sea to Ireland. Drive to the Southwest corner, stopping in Limerick on the way. Arrive at your Cahersiveen Guest House, relaxing with your local family and sampling some typical Irish fayre!
  • Day 7

    Jaunty carts & scenic lakes
    Today you will experience the natural beauty of Ireland as you travel the Gap of Dunloe in a horse-drawn jaunty cart. The Gap of Dunloe is a narrow mountain pass carved by glaciers millions of years ago.
  • Day 8

    Give back to the community
    Take part in the Cahersiveen Community Day. Get to know the locals, participate in sports activities and spend time working in a peat bog.
  • Day 9

    Irish Heritage at Bunratty Castle
    On the way to Dublin, stop at Bunratty Castle, one of Ireland’s major historical sites. Spend the evening with your Dublin homestay family and enjoy dinner with them. Take the opportunity to get to know more about family life in Ireland.
  • Day 10

    Dublin’s UNESCO City of Literature
    Discover Dublin and the famous Trinity College. Enjoy free time to shop on O’Connel Street. Visit the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) Museum in Dublin which explains the traditional Irish sports of Gaelic Football and Hurling. You will learn how the organization played a pivotal role in modern Irish history.
  • Day 11

    Engage with local students
    Learn about the tumultuous history of Belfast through a guided orientation. Interact with students at the Belfast Royal Academy.
  • Day 12

    Bridges and the Causeway of Giant Finn McCool
    Visit the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge a 65 ft. suspended bridge stretching from the mainland to ‘Rocky Island‘. Hike along the cliff-top trail of The Giant’s Causeway. Meet local young people and learn about Northern Ireland’s historic road to peace in an interactive lecture.
  • Day 13

    Cross the Irish Sea to Scotland
    Take a ferry across the Irish Sea to Scotland to visit Stirling and its famous Castle.
  • Day 14

    Enjoy an outdoor adventure
    Enjoy a day of challenge as you participate in White Water Rafting on The River Tay. Spend the afternoon on a traditional Scottish farm and learn about sheepdog training as you observe them performing under full control of their handler.
  • Day 15

    Search for the Loch Ness Monster!
    Learn about the legendary monster of Loch Ness. Visit the Highland Folk Park and learn about life in the Scottish Highlands.
  • Day 16

    Outdoor adventure course
    Spend the day taking part in adventure activities in the highlands of Scotland and push yourself to your limits!
  • Day 17

    St. Andrews—where a charming English prince met his Kate
    Take a lesson from a golf pro at Elmwood Golfing Academy. Explore St. Andrews and see the university where Prince William met Kate. Visit the most famous golf course in the world and see where many a legendary game has been played.
  • Day 18

    Meet a Scottish Highlander
    Enjoy a morning of Scottish storytelling by an authentic Scottish Highlander. Visit Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, with its castle perched high atop the extinct Volcano.
  • Day 19

    Depart for the U.S
    Depart for home from your voyage of selfdiscovery with a wealth of memories.

Why This Itinerary?

  • Adventure : Challenge yourself and experience personal growth
  • Education : Learn about different cultures and traditions
  • Culture : Connect with locals as you