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Girl Scouts posing with local children in Costa Rica

“On the second-to-last day at the beach, the girls and I helped a local school by painting the kindergarten building. The next day we got to go back and meet all of the kids. We got to experience what school is like for them – also we learned more about their culture, and music.” –Brooke S., GSCTX Girl Scout, on her Destinations trip to Costa Rica 

Travel

There’s an entire world out there waiting to be explored by you.

Feel the breeze in your hair as you hike in Switzerland. Uncover the beauty of Big Bend, TX. See the bright lights and the big stars on Broadway. Travel with Girl Scouts from our council and across the United States. There’s an entire world out there waiting to be explored by you.

 
TWO UNIQUE WAYS TO TRAVEL

Destinations

Go on a journey of a lifetime with other Girl Scouts from across the country. Destinations are hosted by GSUSA. There’s financial aid available specifically for Destinations trips.

Council Trips

Girl-led and girl-cherished! Grab your Girl Scout Sisters and plan your own adventure – from the sights you’ll see, to the food you’ll eat! Adult trip leaders will be there to help when you need them, but the journey is all yours!

No time to help plan the trip? No worries! Just email the trip coordinator, pay your deposit, and your spot is reserved. If you’ve got questions, we’ve got answers. Check out some of our Frequently Asked Travel Questions. You can also use these checklists (domesticinternational) to help you prep for travel near and far.

GS-Dough Funded Travel

Learn how you can fund your own Destination or Council Trip through your hard-earned Girl Scout Dough and money-earning activities. Click the above image to see the chart.

Upcoming Council Trips
Join the fun! – Check out the new council trips!
Smoky Mountains, Tennessee: March 11–17, 2017. Coordinator: Emily Magnotta. Estimated cost: $500.  JUNIORS ONLY.
Seattle/Canada: March 12–18, 2017. Coordinator: Nicole Payne. Estimated cost: $1000 ($200 deposit due Nov. 1). Cadettes and up.
Tokyo, Japan: June 13–27, 2017. Deposit due on March 1, 2017. Coordinator: Emily Magnotta. Cost: $4765. 14 years and up – one spot open.
Cyprus Girl Guides Summer Camp: July 15–August 1, 2017. Coordinator: Beth Abel. Estimated cost: $3000 ($200 deposit due Oct. 1). 14 years and up.
Russia: July 2018. Coordinator: Sherry Wolfe. Estimated cost: $5000. 14 years and up.

Charting the Galapagos Islands: July 3–11, 2018. Coordinator: Emily Magnotta. Estimated cost: $4200. 14 years and up.
Financial Assistance

We believe every girl should have the opportunity to travel, and we’re here to help you figure out the best way to finance your trip.

Did you participate in the Girl Scout Cookie or Fall Product Sales? Awesome! You can use those funds to help pay for your trip! You can also apply for financial assistance using the financial partnership application form and note on your form the council for which you are applying. 

Quick Facts

Dates and costs are subject to change based on interest and transportation costs.
Trips already have chaperones; these are not mom-and-me events.
All trip costs must be paid directly to GSCTX. Send check made payable to Troop 3995 to Bryan/College Station Service Center. Include the girl's name and trip in the check memo.
Girls are eligible to use cookie dough for council trips. Not enough cookie dough? Girls can apply for Financial Partnership for Council Trips.

 
Check out our blog, "Cookie Bites," for girl travel stories!