Dance The World Events is proud to sponsor and partner with Turn It Up Dance Challenge! Turn It Up Dance Challenge is a series of over thirty top-tier dance competitions across the United States. Their mission is to provide a platform for young and aspiring dancers to advance their future dance careers. Turn It Up Dance Challenge also offers a professional venue where dancers can compete with top-tier dance studios. Dancers have the opportunity to learn from experienced dance professionals. Turn It Up Dance Challenge aims to provide high-quality events while also creating a fun and relaxed environment for all attending. Their panel of judges and master teachers believe every dancer is a star and deserves a positive critique of their abilities.
Dance The World Broadway is quickly approaching! In between the stage shows, Times Square performance, and the skyline dinner cruise there will be plenty of time to explore the city. New York City offers an endless amount of attractions and things to do! Gray Line New York offers an abundant amount of attactions such as bus tours, helicopter tours and much more! Dance The World Broadway has partnered with Gray Line New York. Click here to save 15% on sightseeing tours and attractions! If you’re having trouble planning your trip, here are our suggestions on 5 things to do while visiting!
For our family members and friends not able to join us at Dance The World or the World Dance Competition in Walt Disney World, you can watch the parades in the comfort of your own home! We will be live streaming the following parades on Facebook Live so you can sing, dance, clap your hands, and stomp your feet along with the performers! Don’t forget to follow and like us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for all Dance The World and World Dance Competition updates and videos.
“Oh there’s no place like home for the holidays!” From all of us at WCV, we want to wish you a very happy holiday season. The holiday season brings us gifts, delicious food, family gatherings, and sometimes, it brings us some stress. Whether you are traveling a good distance to see family or trying to figure out that perfect present, you are bound to experience some tension this time of year. Take a glance at our tips to have a smooth holiday into the New Year!
Whether it is your first or your tenth time traveling with a student group, it is always good to have some tips and tricks up your sleeve. With World Class Vacations, we can take the stress out of planning and organizing by providing you with a detailed itinerary and a knowledgeable staff. Read below to learn some planning strategies from the student travel experts!
What is your favorite reason to travel? Maybe it’s meeting new people and exploring new places, or maybe it’s getting out of your comfort zone and discovering new possibilities. Traveling provides a sense of understanding and respect of many different cultures. It also opens a door to new experiences, thoughts, and opportunities. Traveling is important not just to get out of your comfort zone, but to learn and grow. These are just a few reasons why travel is beneficial to students of all ages. Check out our top reasons why student travel is important in the world today.
Spooky decorations, the changing of the leaves, pumpkin flavored everything….It must be autumn! With fall right around the corner, you might be thinking of some fun activities to take advantage of during these cooler months. If you’re looking to exchange the pumpkin carving and corn mazes for something a tad scarier, check out these fun ghost tours that are sure to give you goosebumps!
- Leave a copy of your itinerary with a friend
- If you are traveling somewhere new, leave a copy of your itinerary with a family member or friend. If you are traveling with a school group, the teacher/advisor can make a copy of the itinerary and give it to a colleague or principal. This way, they can track your whereabouts and get in touch with you if necessary.
- Travel insurance
- We highly recommend purchasing travel insurance for your trip. If there are any hiccups that can interfere with your trip such as bad weather on travel days, family emergencies, or changes in plans, travel insurance can have you covered. Please visit travelguard.com/wcv for more information about travel insurance!
3. Understand flight regulations
- It is important to understand the rules and regulations of the airline you are flying. While some airlines do not charge for a bag, some airlines charge per bag or charge you for a carry-on. All airlines have baggage regulations listed online, as well as what you can/cannot pack. Only pack what you absolutely need on your trip, and leave some space to return home with souvenirs. This will prevent you from having to worry about the weight of your bags.
4. Research your destination & share your knowledge
- Know before you go! Take time to research your destination to learn about hot spots or must-see attractions. If there is a person in your group who has traveled to that location before, take his or her advice into account. Share ideas and talk it out! You could learn something very useful about your destination city.
5. Pack a little extra!
- Have you ever ran out of something important on a trip or break your only pair of glasses? When you are jetting off to your destination, make sure you pack a few more of your essential items. Having to fill a prescription on vacation can take some time away from your trip. It is also a good idea to pack medication and a change of clothes in your carry-on in case your luggage does not get to you in time.
6. Have a general meeting location
- Rather than running around a busy theme park or having some people go back to the hotel without the rest of the group, arrange a general meeting spot where you can meet your entire group. This way, everyone can travel to and from one place to another altogether. This can also be used as a location in case your group splits up.
7. Set a spending budget
- Last but certainly not least, set a spending budget for yourself or for your family. Going to a new place can be fun and exciting, and you will want to purchase many souvenirs to remember your trip. To prevent yourself from going overboard, set and personalize your budget, and track your spending. This can help you become a savvy traveler in the future as well!
Get ready for a brand-new Cook Around The World experience ALL at the Walt Disney World Resort! During the dates of April 21-24 and May 12-15 in 2017, high school students and their teachers will have the opportunity to create their own dishes during Disney’s Hands-On Culinary Improv Competition! Not only will students get to decide what they make, but each group gets to enjoy their dishes following the event! Read below to find out more details about this sizzling experience!
When you think of vacations, most people think of beaches, the ocean, or even Walt Disney World. Even though these are all great vacation destinations, there are many hidden gems around every corner. If you want to explore an area with a huge art influence and a touch of history with the added bonus of numerous attractions, Williamsburg, Virginia is the place for you! We have created a top list of things to do in Williamsburg that many of our high school groups take advantage of. This year, we had eight groups travel to Williamsburg, VA to explore this area that is filled with activities, shopping, and dining!