Who is this program designed for?
While we welcome any US citizen or permanent resident with a desire to join a fun, group educational tour, the typical age range for previous groups has been between around 18 and 30, and we’ve had a lot of college students and recent graduates.
How do I join this program?
Please complete our online form and we’ll reach out to answer any questions you have and set up a phone call if you’d like. There’s no fee to complete the form. If you’ve read through our website and are sure you’d like to join us you can reserve a spot by paying the $500 deposit towards the program fee (please select “programs for US citizens”).
What is your cancellation policy?
Please see our “Costs” page to read about our refund and cancellation policy. We strongly recommend that you purchase trip cancellation insurance at the time of making any initial payment for this program in case you have to cancel.
Who is leading the program?
An experienced guide with an international program leadership background will be with the group from start to finish. They will facilitate all group activities and typically they will join our optional pre-departure (online) meet-and-greet.
Can I spend more time in the region before or after the program?
If you have the time, we encourage you to further explore the UK or Europe after the program ends. If you arrive early, you must meet the group at the airport or at our initial accommodation location. We’ll coordinate with you about this.
Can the program accommodate travelers with disabilities?
We’re happy to speak with you about your needs so that we can evaluate our ability to accommodate them. We also ask all participants to complete a medical form, which a doctor must sign.
What if I have a dietary restriction?
Typically any dietary restrictions can be easily accommodated but please let us know what your restrictions or preferences are and we’ll be glad to confirm.