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Girl Scout Travelers 

Traveling with Girl Scouts is very different from traveling with family, school, or other groups because girls take the lead. As they make decisions about where to go and what to do they take increasing responsibility for the planning and management of their trips and build important organizational and management skills that will benefit them in college and beyond.

Girl Scout travel is built on a progression of activities, so girls are set up for success. Daisies and Brownies start with field trips and progress to day trips, overnights, and weekend trips. Juniors can take adventures farther with a longer regional trip. And Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors can travel the United States and then the world. There are even opportunities for older girls to travel independently by joining trips their councils organize or participating in Destinations. 

Your girls will challenge themselves in a safe environment that sparks their curiosity, and they’ll create lifelong memories with their Girl Scout sisters. And the Girl Scout Cookie Program can help to make travel dreams a reality as girls use their cookie earnings every year to power amazing adventures for themselves and their troop.

Click here to download the Girl Scout Traveler Guidelines. 

Are you already a Girl Scout?   Click here to fill out our interest form and lean more about becoming a Traveler.

Not a Girl Scout yet? Join today to gain access to this, and many more Girl Scout adventures!