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New Summer Volunteer Trip Ships Teens to the Wilds Alaska and Hawaii

January 22, 2014 at 1:14 PM | by | ()

This summer 360° Student Travel is giving teenagers a chance to experience the best of two very different states - Alaska and Hawaii - while doing good.

The unique program lets teenagers explore the glaciers and snow-capped peaks of Alaska along with the tropical beaches of the Hawaiian Islands. The tour includes stops in Anchorage, Seward, Seattle, Whistler, Vancouver, Honolulu, Kauai, and Maui.

As they travel from city to city, participating teens will help out at Boys & Girls Clubs, help raise funds for Kauai Habitat for Humanity, and work on environmental issues at ECO Maui.

On off days, students can get out and raft on the Matanuska River, zip-line over Fitzsimmons Creek, snorkel, go paddle boarding, take hula lessons, and much more.

All lodging, breakfast, dinners, 18 lunches, activities, gratuities and taxes are included.

The cost of the trip is $7,199 +$750 for four internal flights plus airfare to Anchorage and from Maui.

For more information, visit 360studenttravel.com.

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