Choose your preferred destination and tour.
Israel The tiny State of Israel, only 70 years old and smaller in size than New Jersey, is an ideal destination for student travel and performing groups.
Puerto Rico Experience foreign Latino culture within the United States. Our island offers an abundance of history and traditions that overlap four major cultures.
Costa Rica The land of “Ticos” is home of Central America’s most spectacular and bio-diverse region. This eco-friendly land has it all: volcanoes, rainforests, organic farms, coffee plantations, cloud forests, and so much more.
Panamá Like Costa Rica, the country is blessed with spectacular fauna, flora, and a rich bio-diversity. Come and explore "la tierra de los panameños."
Miami Eat where locals eat (from "frijoles negros," to "chicharritas" and beyond). Wildlife sightseeing at the Everglades National Park...
San Antonio You’ve heard of The Álamo, but few have considered the many cultural, educational, and language immersion opportunities in San Antonio.
Spain Vibrant “España” offers unavoidable gems such as royal palaces, famous mosques, outstanding cathedrals, world-class museums, and exquisite cuisine.
Cuba This once forbidden country had been closed to Americans for over 50 years. Before the doors opened, Vámonos was already licensed by the U.S. government to run “people to people” tours to Cuba..
Ecuador & Galápagos Ecuador is one of the most fascinating destinations in South America. Its lively markets, cosmopolitan Quito, idyllic Andes mountains, and indigenous cultures are unique.
French Martinique This island is in many ways the French version of our native Puerto Rico: mountainous countryside, rich European/African culture, pristine beaches, exotic markets, safe destination, historic capital city, terrific Caribbean cuisine, and of course, 80-degree weather 365 days of the year.
French Québec Explore the rich history and culture of the Québec region through fun and interactive student French tours. Experience the delight of walking through cobblestone streets in old Québec and Old Montreal. Learn about "joual" French through main interactions and conversations with locals.