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The safety of our travelers is always our number one priority. To that end, Kaleidoscope Adventures is taking proactive measures to address COVID-19 concerns.  We are encouraging preventative actions such as handwashing as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Communicating regularly with suppliers regarding cleaning and sanitizing measures prior to your group’s arrival. Implementing protocol for a traveler who may get sick while on the trip, including possible separation from the group.  We will work directly with group leaders and guardians to determine the best course of action.

Currently the status on COVID-19 and its impact on student trips  can be found by clicking here 

This page will be updated regularly to reflect any changes.

If you purchased an insurance claim through our partners at Travel Insured you may begin the claims process by clicking here.

You can purchase insurance up until the final payment is received by our company.  We use an insurance company and specific codes are given for each school.  Contact either your group leader organizing the trip or our office for that code.  After you have that code you can use it to see the travel insurance options on our affiliate’s site (Travel Insured).

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Kaleidoscope Adventures is a full service tour company specializing in student group travel. Our primary emphasis is developing festival and performance tours for middle and high school bands, choirs, and orchestras. We also specialize in senior class trips, dance and theater as well as educational tours for science and history groups. For more than 26 years, Kaleidoscope Adventures has been a leading innovator in the student tour industry. Our expert team works closely with educators to create a unique and enriching travel experience that will enhance their classroom curriculum and bring the classroom to life.

Established in 1993, the team at Kaleidoscope Adventures has over two centuries of combined experience in the travel industry. Kaleidoscope Adventures is registered with the state of Florida as a seller of Travel and is members of the American Bus Association (ABA), Student Youth Travel Association (SYTA), Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), National Association for Music Education (NAfME), International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the Better Business Bureau (BBB). We adhere to a strict code of ethics to maintain the above-mentioned memberships.

Kaleidoscope Adventures requires that each teacher/sponsor assign a reasonable amount of responsible adults as designated chaperones. The exact number of chaperones will vary by group depending on school requirements. Chaperones will assist in supervising students at all times during the course of the trip, under the direction of the teacher/sponsor.

All medications taken on the trip must be kept and administered by the teacher/sponsor, a designated chaperone or a school nurse (as instructed).

Generally, hotel check-in is either late afternoon or in the evening of your arrival date. If you have a morning or afternoon arrival to your destination, you will go directly to your first day activity. Most hotels do not allow group check-in before 3:00 pm. Check your final itinerary for specifics. Final itineraries are generally sent to the teacher/sponsor two weeks prior to your trip.

We generally recommend $10 to $20 per meal if eating on your own. However, some meals are generally included in the trip package, so please check with your teacher/sponsor for details regarding the particular trip inclusions. Students may also want to bring additional money for souvenir shopping at your own discretion. We suggest each student bring $50 to $100 for souvenirs.