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From Manila to the White Beaches of Bohol - 6 Days Package Tour

From Manila to the White Beaches of Bohol - 6 Days Package

Philippines West Tour

Philippines West

"He took us to all the best places and had loads of good recommendations for food etc." Chloe, traveled in January 2023

Philippines One Life Adventures - 10 Days Tour

Philippines One Life Adventures - 10 Days

"The locations on the tour are truely stunning and we were able to learn a bit about Phillipino culture along the way." JenniferLynch, traveled in June 2024

Philippines Island Hopper Tour

Philippines Island Hopper

"He went above and beyond to make sure we were safe and had a good time both on the day trips and while out drinking in the evenings." Kate, traveled in January 2023

Filipino Beaches and Chocolate Hills Tour

Filipino Beaches and Chocolate Hills

Wanderlands Philippines - 12 Days Tour

Wanderlands Philippines - 12 Days

"With Jastwan you are in best hands in Philippines." Barbara, traveled in May 2024
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The Beauty of the Philippines 10 Days Tour

The Beauty of the Philippines 10 Days

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Philippines Island Explorer 13 day Tour

Philippines Island Explorer 13 day

"The itinerary was excellent and everyday was filled with something exciting. One of the best experiences of my life." Sanne, traveled in May 2024

Philippines One Life Adventures - 14 Days Tour

Philippines One Life Adventures - 14 Days

"You'll visit some places like pass island that will leave core memories. 10/10 would recommend if you get the chance!" Conor, traveled in April 2024

10 Days Philippine Tour Tour

10 Days Philippine Tour

"Our 10 day tour of the phillipines was excellent. It was well organised, we hit all the key places." Kayla, traveled in March 2024

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I really enjoyed this tour, seeing such beautiful islands. Particularly loved the overnight camp and all the snorkelling!
Such an incredible experience! We saw and did so much on this tour, I’m not sure would have been possible on my own. Gema was such an incredible tour guide- kind, funny, inspiring, inclusive, helpful, etc. You can feel just how passionate she is about helping the communities we traveled to as well. Could not recommend this tour or Gema more ❤️

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Luzon Island

Explore Luzon Island's dynamic vibe, from Manila's lively city scene to the stunning Mayon Volcano. Hike the Banaue Rice Terraces, catch waves in La Union, or stroll through history on Vigan's cobblestone streets.

Palawan Island, located on the western side of the Philippines, boasts fantastic natural wonders. Boat down the breathtaking Puerto Princesa subterranean river, relax on secluded beaches, snorkel in sapphire-colored waters, and explore El Nido, which might just be heaven on earth.

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"The trip was well worth it. All of the sights were beautiful and worth the long bus trips to and from Sagada and Banaue. It was a small group tour was only two couples. Fred was great as a tour guide. The Kamayan feast was very memorable and tasty at Bangaan on the last day. One of the best tours we’ve ever been on. Would definitely recommend it.

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"This is a great tour to immerse yourself in Filipino life and culture. It is full of beautiful sites and great surprises. It is also a very safe way to travel as guides like Sheena will keep you safe, well informed and are always looking out for you. I highly recommend this tour for exploring the Philippines.

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The New Bilibid Prison in Muntinlupa City, Philippines, is the main insular penitentiary designed to house the prison population of the Philippines. It is maintained by the Bureau of Corrections (BuCor) under the Philippine Department of Justice. As of October 2004, it has an inmate population of 16,747. The penitentiary had an initial land area of 551 hectares. One hundred four hectares of the facility were transferred to a housing project of the Department of Justice. The Bureau of Corrections has its headquarters in the NBP Reservation. History The Old Bilibid Prison, then known as Carcel y Presidio Correccional ( Spanish, "Correctional Jail and Military Prison") occupied a rectangular piece of land which was part of the Mayhalique Estate in the heart of Manila. The old prison was established on June 25, 1865 under a Spanish royal decree. It is divided into two sections the Carcel Section which could accommodate 600 inmates and the Presidio , which could accommodate 527 prisoners. Due to increasing crime, the Philippine Government enacted Commonwealth Act No. 67 and a new prison was built in Muntinlupa on 551 hectares of land at an area considered at that time to be " remote". Construction began in 1936 with a budget of one million pesos. In 1940, the prisoners, equipment and facilities were transferred to the new prison. The remnants of the old facility was used by the City of Manila as its detention center then known as Manila City Jail. In 1941 the new facility was officially named "The New Bilibid Prison". Recreation and facilities The prisoners pass the time in the basketball court in the penitentiary's gymnasium. They are also engaged in the production of handicrafts. Various religious organizations are active in the prison and daily masses are held in the prison's chapel. The New Bilibid Prison also houses a talipapa (market) where the prisoners can buy commodities. Educational facilities inside the compound provide elementary education, high school education, vocational training and adult literacy programs. It also provides a Bachelor's Degree in Commerce. Medical services are given by religious groups and charitable organizations such as the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Amazing Grace Christian ministries, Philippine Prison Jesuit Service and Caritas Manila. Katarungan Village On September 5, 1991 President Corazon C. Aquino issued Presidential Proclamation No. 792, which was amended by Presidential Proclamation No. 120 on December 15, 1992 to the effect that 104.22 hectares of land be developed into housing for employees of the Department of Justice and other government agencies. This housing project is known as the Katarungan Village. Notable inmates

  • Emilio Changco leader of infamous Pirate gang operating in the late 80s
  • Amado V. Hernandez is a National artist for Literature who wrote his masterpieces while imprisoned in the facility.
  • Jovito Salonga, a Filipino senator, was imprisoned by the Japanese Kempetai on April 1942.
  • Claudio Teehankee Jr. is the son of former Chief Justice Claudio Teehankee, Sr. who was convicted on October 6, 1995.
  • Hubert Webb is the son of former Senator Freddie Webb who was onvicted on January 6, 2000.
  • Tomoyuki Yamashita was the commander of the Japanese Imperial Army in the Philippines in 1944. He was incarcerated while undergoing trial for World War II war crimes and was eventually executed by hanging in Los Baños on February 23, 1946.

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  • 12 Things To Do In Davao City That Have Got Us Planning A Trip To Philippines

17 Apr 2023

Davao city also has been given a high “safety index” by a crowd-sourced survey website named Numbeo. Thus it is a very safe city of travelers around the world. Founded in 1848, Davao city has a heavy influence of the Spanish culture. This city has hilly lands in the west and slopes which goes down in the southeastern slopes. The climate here is quite blissful and alluring. Now there are plenty of things to do in Davao City to help you feel the essence of the Filipino culture. You won’t find the high end restaurants or upscale shopping malls. But what you will find here is the rich ancient and cultural heritage of this city and some great archaic museums.

12 Best Things to do in Davao City

This city has a lot to offer to its tourists. You will find parks, wildlife sanctuaries, affordable resorts and what not. So here is a list of all the best things to do in Davao City:

1. Dahican Beach: Dive in 2. Jack’s Ridge: Explore scenic views 3. Mount Apo: Hike 4. Crocodile Park: Stop by 5. Kopiat Island: Take a day trip 6. Roxas Avenue Night Market: Interact with the locals 7. Island Buenavista: Explore 8. People’s Park: Take a stroll 9. Isla Reta: Get lost in the scenic beauty 10. Philippines Eagle Center: Visit

1. Dahican Beach: Dive in

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Dahican beach is the most beautiful beach on this mainland and a nice getaway from the hectic work life. It is one of the most favorite tourist spots in this city and of course the most alluring! The sand here stretches to as wide as 7 kilometers. One can simply rent a lounge chair and relax while appreciating the beauty of this place. One can also rent a boogie board or a surf boat and play with the ocean waves. Also, some of the resorts present here offer island hopping tours.

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2. Jack’s Ridge: Explore scenic views

Jack’s Ridge

This is one of the top most places of this city from where you can have a marvelous view of Davao City. There is history attached to this place. This ridge used to be the headquarters of the Japanese forces during the world war 2. There are several restaurants here which offer some of the most delicious Filipino dishes. This place also provides accommodation facilities in case you may want to spend your night here.

3. Mount Apo: Hike

Mount Apo

This is the most famous tourist spot of the city. It is also known as the “king of Philippines Peaks”. Its elevation reaches upto 10311 feet, which is 3144 meters above the ground. One can have a scenic view of the 150 m tall Tudaya Falls. Moreover, towards the top there is a 500 m catering lake created by the volcanic activity. The experienced individuals can trek here during the months of March, April and October.

4. Crocodile Park: Stop by

Visit the crocodile park

This park is one of the most popular tourist parks and that too for all the right reasons. It is home to thousands of crocodiles. The crocodiles are both bred and born on this site. Also, they have got both saltwater and freshwater crocodiles. This place provides the facility of incubator room where hundreds of crocodiles eggs can be seen. Along with that, you will also get to see monkeys, snakes, reptiles and birds. They also provide educational tours so that you become more familiar with the wildlife.

Suggested Read: 8 Museums In Philippines: Digging Deeper Into History Culture & Arts!

5. Kopiat Island: Take a day trip

Kopiat Island

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This island is located in the off coast of Davao. It is a desolated island where you will feel yourself surrounded with a variety of flora and fauna. This island houses different species of plants and trees and rich wildlife. You can reach here in groups and explore this island. Speedboats are provided from the mainland and within half an hour you can reach this place. Also, you can hire a private boat and enjoy your private time.

6. Roxas Avenue Night Market: Interact with the locals


This place is located between Aldevinco Shopping Center and the ADD University. This place is good for sightseeing, shopping and interacting with the locals. It has got several stalls selling fresh cooked seafood, meats veggies and what not! This is surely a place to visit as you get to blend in with the authentic culture of this place. Make sure to visit early.

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7. Island Buenavista: Explore

Island Buenavista

This place is one of the best options to enjoy the scenic beauty of nature. This is a small pristine island with white sand beaches. You can book a trip which includes a day tour and an overnight stay at this breathtaking island. You can also book your own private crew and have the whole cruise to yourself. You will surely get to experience the posy celebrity life.

8. People’s Park: Take a stroll


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This park is basically a tropical rain forest spread over an area of 4 acres. It was opened in 2007 and has evergreen trees, waterfalls, small ponds and wild eagles. You can sit around amidst the pigeons flying overhead and enjoy some quality time. This is a nice place to visit with your family. You can have a good time amidst the lush green environment. You get to breathe in fresh air and feel free. This is a nice quick escape from the hustle of city life.

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9. Isla Reta: Get lost in the scenic beauty

Isla Reta

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There is a resort on Isla Beta in Philippines where you can spend a night or two soaking in the positives vibes of this mesmerizing place. There is an entrance fees to it which gives you a day pass to explore this beauty. This resort has got picnic spots, volleyball courts, open function hall and an outdoor grill. You can reach here through the boat from the mainland. The classic combo of white sand, turquoise water and the clear blue sky creates the perfect scenery to die for. Hands down, this has got to be on your list while travelling to Davao.

10. Philippines Eagle Center: Visit


This is a place which aims at the conservation of the Eagles and spreading awareness about them. This place also provides educational tours that familiarize you with the eagles’ life. The money that the owners of this center earn is dedicated to the conservation and protection of theses endangered eagles. There are also snakes, monkeys and plant species present here.

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11. Davao Museum: Take a walk through history

Davao Museum

If you have a penchant for all things vintage, visit the Davao museum. This place has got ancient cultural art forms and other vintage stuff like maps, radios etc. You will find artifacts which are centuries old, rare Mindanao maps, abstract painting and hand crafted decorative items. No photography is allowed here. The visitors are expected to be at their best behavior.

12. Davao City: Head to China Town

Go to the China town

This place has got all things which are related to China. It has got Chinese malls restaurants and shops. Even the Chinese businesses are set up in this place. This place came into existence due to the Chinese Filipinos who set their foot on this place. You can also visit the long Hua Temple and visit the malls. Make sure to visit early as it gets crowded in the evening.

Further Read: Scuba Diving in Philippines: 10 Places For An Incredible Diving Experience

This city is endowed with rich art and cultural heritage and has a lot for the tourists to explore. Along with that, hiking Mount Apo is an experience like none other. Overall, it is worth taking a trip to Philippines and collecting some wonderful memories to last a lifetime.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Things to Do in Davao City

What is Davao city known for?

Considered as one of the safest cities in the Philippines, Davao City is the third most populous city in the country and is known for its green and serene environment. Davao City also attracts numerous adventure seekers who often indulge in activities such as trekking, hiking, and mountain climbing.

Which is the best time to visit Davao city?

August to October are considered as the ideal months to visit and explore Davao City as the weather is quite pleasant to explore various gems and indulge in numerous enticing adventures that this amazing city has to offer.

Is it safe to visit Davao city during covid times?

Yes, it is perfectly safe to visit Davao City during covid times, as it has a relatively low number of covid cases. But don’t take our word for it: check up on the latest travel advisory, Covid-19 measures, and the number of cases before your departure. It is safer to undertake solo travel or with a small group of people to somewhere that is not overly crowded at the moment.

Which are the best attractions in Davao city?

Some of the popular attractions that you must explore during your visit to Davao City are Philippine Eagle Center, D' Bone Collector Museum, Abreeza Mall, Davao Crocodile Park, Mount Apo, Museo Dabawenyo, and Tamayong Prayer Mountain.

Which are the best things to do in Davao city?

Surrounded by lush green forests, Davao City welcomes its visitors with tons of exciting adventures that you can do during your stay. Some of the popular things to do in Davao City include trekking, hiking, mountain climbing, camping, and much more.

Which are the best dishes to try in Davao city?

Some of the popular traditional foods that you must try in Davao City are Boneless Crispy Pata, Durian and Langka Turon, Grilled Tuna Belly, Filipino-style Fried Fish with Mango Sauce, Grilled Squid, Halo-Halo, Homemade Lemongrass and Avocado Ice cream, Kalderobo, and Native Chicken Binakol.

Which are the best hotels in Davao city?

Some of the popular hotels in Davao City that offers amazing services are Acacia Hotel Davao, Seda Abreeza, Dusit Thani Residence Davao, Red Planet Davao, Waterfront Insular Hotel Davao, The Pinnacle Hotel and Suites, and Hotel Tropika Davao.

How many days are required for Davao city?

Being a popular destination in the Philippines, Davao City comprises numerous intriguing attractions that you can explore during your stay. If you are planning to visit Davao City then it is suggested that you plan at least a 2-3 days tour to explore various exquisite attractions that it has on offer.

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Date : July 5-8, 2023

Location : Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Co-host Organization : Chiang Mai University

Chiang Mai, Thailand

The apta (asia pacific tourism association) 2023 international conference was successfully held from july 5 to 8 at the picturesque shangri-la hotel in chiang mai, thailand. co-hosted by chiang mai university, the conference brought together 350 delegates from 25 countries and regions to share insights, research findings, and strategies in the field of hospitality and tourism management..


Keynote Speech

The conference began with an insightful keynote speech by mr. siripakorn cheawsamoot, the deputy governor for international marketing at the tourism authority of thailand. his presentation, titled "tourism promotion strategy of thailand after the covid-19 pandemic," addressed the challenges faced by the tourism industry during the pandemic and outlined strategies for the recovery and revitalization of tourism in thailand..



The conference featured a diverse range of presentations, including 135 stand-up presentations, 62 poster presentations, and 19 thesis-in-progress (tip) session presentations. delegates discussed various aspects of hospitality and tourism management, sharing their research findings and practical insights..


Special Sessions

Two notable panel sessions were held during the conference:.


APTA Graduate Panel Session - Re-thinking academic research and graduate education in hospitality and tourism management in the era of Big Data and AI

The panel session, moderated by Prof. Perry Hobson from Breda University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands, addressed the challenges and opportunities brought by Big Data and AI in the field of hospitality and tourism. Panelists included Prof. Kaye Chon from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Prof. SooCheong Jang from Purdue University, USA, and Prof. Sangwon Park from Kyunghee University, Korea.


2. APTA Panel Session - Empowering Women in multicultural workplaces:

     Strategies for success

This session, moderated by Prof. WooMi Jo from the University of Guelph, Canada, and Prof. Shirely Guevarra from the University of the Philippines, focused on strategies for promoting women's success in multicultural workplaces. The panelists included Mr. Nils-Arne Schoroeder, a Luxury Hospitality Expert from Singapore, and Ms. Prachi Tahkur from World Women Tourism, India.

The conference recognized outstanding contributions through various awards:

APTA Graduate Travel Grant Award

  Genia Encomienda-Balaguer (University of the Philippines)

  Haejin Hwang (Kyunghee University, Korea)

  Nahyun Kwon (Hanyang University, Korea)

  Surarak Wichupankul (Hong Kong Polytechnic University)

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Virtual Field Trips: Ideas & Examples With Links

By: Angela Robinson | Updated: July 03, 2024

You found our list of the best virtual field trips .

Virtual field trips are class outings that take place online, via platforms like Zoom, Google Street View or websites. While some of these activities consist of pre-recorded tours and videos, the best options tend to involve live video feed and student interaction with guides. Examples activities include digital walks along The Great Wall of China and a scrollable deep sea dive. These activities are also known as “online field trips” and “digital field trips”.

These adventures are an example of online classroom activities and often include virtual tours .

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List of virtual field trip ideas

From virtual cockpit tours to online historical sites to do-it-yourself options, here is a list of ideas for virtual field trips to captivate and educate students.

1. Online Zoo (Behind the Scenes)

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A digital zoo tour is one of the best virtual field trips for kids. While virtual trips may not let students see otters float, elephants play, and lions strut up close, a digital tour allows for more intimate behind-the-scenes access.

Your class can get close with the animals and walk paths usually reserved for zookeepers. While you may not be able to fit 30 squirming first graders into a baby animal nursery or an operating room, the guide can easily broadcast from these venues. Also, since the visit takes place entirely online, you can visit a zoo that is otherwise far from you.

Here is a starter list:

  • San Antonio Zoo
  • San Diego Zoo
  • Cincinnati Zoo (self-guided tours, livestream safari and feeding times)

Many other zoos stream live animal webcams that you and your class can watch. You can also contact your local zoo directly to inquire about facilitated virtual tours and school group discounts.

During the online visit, your students can ask questions using the hand raising or chat features in the video conferencing platform. Once your tour concludes, your students can enjoy thematic snacks such as zebra cakes, goldfish, and of course, animal crackers.

Check our more virtual zoo tours .

2. Virtual Safari

When you do a virtual safari, your students can observe lions, elephants and other animals in their natural habitat. Wild Earth offers twice daily live safaris. Since the broadcast occurs on African time, your best bet is to tune in for the sunset safari, which live streams from 9:00am to 12:30pm Eastern Standard Time. The safari broadcasts from several nature reserves and features animals such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, and hyenas. During the tour, viewers can ask park rangers questions. The unscripted nature of the broadcast lends an element of excitement, since animal sightings are always a surprise.

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3. Under the Sea Visit

Unless you are secretly Miss Frizzle from The Magic Schoolbus, you cannot whisk your class to the bottom of the ocean in a submarine. However, you can lead your students on an online field trip of the ocean.

The Deep Sea by Neal Agarwal shows all sorts of marine life in the ocean. Viewers can scroll deeper into the ocean, discovering the animals that dwell at each depth. For a fun pre-tour exercise, distribute a handout with the names of various species and challenge students to guess at which depth the creature lives. Then, check answers as you plunge further down into the ocean.

Journey to The Deep Sea .

4. Aquarium Webcam Livestream

The Monterey Bay Aquarium hosts live cams for animals, including sea otters, penguins, jellyfish, and sharks. Aquarium employees narrate during feeding time, so for maximum engagement consider tuning in during mealtimes. The aquarium website also offers free online classes for ages ranging from kindergarten to high school, resources for teachers, and crafts and printables.

Dive into the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s live webcams .

5. Virtual Tour of the Great Wall of China

Your students can trek the Great Wall of China from the comfort of home. For $15, The China Guide offers a guided tour through high resolution images of the Great Wall of China via Zoom. Your students can also take part in question and answer sessions with an expert and have an interactive experience.

Stroll the Great Wall of China .

6. NASA Commercial Crew Program

Until recently, space wasn’t on the list of field trip destinations. NASA decided to teleport students directly to space camp by curating a virtual field trip that highlights its commercial crew program. Teachers can transmit a series of educational videos onto virtual reality sets to create an immersive experience. The tour guide leads virtual visitors through spaceship crew pits and launching pads while explaining the process of becoming an astronaut. The tour puts a heavy emphasis on STEM education and directs teachers to resources useful for supplementary science and math lessons.

Learn more about NASA’s at-home STEM activities .

7. Disney Parks Digital Tour

Most children dream of the day the teacher announces a field trip to Disney World. While students may not be able to ride teacups or roller coasters during a digital tour of Disney, they can still experience the excitement of the happiest place on earth by touring a high resolution Google Street view of the parks.

Students who have not yet visited Disney can see what the park is like, and those that have visited can point out sites and share stories. You can also include Disney history and lessons on the inspirations behind the attractions to make the tour more educational. Consider serving Disney themed snacks during breaks, and perhaps initiating a singalong during a music lesson. With the money you save on transportation and admission, you could even hire a beloved Disney character to pay the class a visit.

Learn more about Disney Parks Digital Tour .

8. Streaming Broadway Shows

Instead of escorting your students to a Broadway show, summon a Broadway stage to your classroom. Broadway HD has a library of hundreds of productions, including rare and obscure shows. While not in real time, most filmed productions on the site are of live shows. Your students can uncover hard to find productions and learn about American theatre history too. Broadway HD offers a one week free trial, as well as monthly and yearly subscription options.

Watch a Broadway show .

9. Virtual Reality Rainforest Tour

Even if you had the budget to fly your class to the Amazon, a real-life tour would be too risky for a field trip. A virtual tour lets students experience panoramic views of lush rain forests while learning about indigenous communities and conservation efforts. The tour is viewable as an immersive experience via virtual reality devices, or as a 360 degree video on regular devices. By participating in the Under the Canopy tour, students come to understand the importance of the rain forest and its connection to human life as a whole.

Embark on a virtual reality rain forest tour .

10. Computerized Cockpit Tours

Livestream cockpit tours make thrilling virtual field trips for high school students. While airline regulations call for restricted cockpit access, you may be able to find a private pilot willing to give your students a Skype tour of the craft. The pilot might even broadcast a quick flight.

If you cannot find a live guide, then the following organizations provide self-guided tours with pilot-perspective views of various aircraft:

  • The Naval Aviation Museum
  • Experimental Aircraft Association
  • National Museum of the USAF
  • Museum of Flight

Or, you could download and run a flight simulator that gives students the chance to navigate and land a virtual plane.

11. Living Rooms Around the World

A living room might seem like an odd choice for a virtual field trip, but a living room located across the globe is as fascinating as any other destination. You can plan a tour of foreign homes so that your students can learn how everyday life differs around the world.

If you know individuals in other countries willing to Zoom with your students, then you can reach out to these acquaintances and coordinate your experience directly. If not, then you can contact a foreign exchange program or local university for help. You can also watch the Life Where I’m From channel on YouTube, though live tours with question and answer sessions are more personal and immersive.

You and your students can also check out Dollar Street for a strong visual map of how people live around the world.

12. Virtual Tour of the Louvre

The Louvre is one of the most famous museums in the world, but many people will never visit in person. By taking your class on a virtual tour of the Louvre, you save airfare and time spent waiting in line.

The Louvre offers high resolution, 360 degree tours of various exhibitions on its website. Your class can explore Egyptian antiquities, classic Italian paintings, and the remains of an underground moat, all without leaving the classroom.

The Louvre site also directs visitors towards a downloadable “VR Mona Lisa” app that provides an up close peek at the famous painting, and other video and at-home experiences.

Visit the Louvre .

13. Online Tour of the British Museum

The British Museum’s online Museum of the World exhibit lets visitors view and sort artifacts based on time period, area of origin, and themes such as religion or trade. Each point on the timeline contains pictures, descriptions, an audio file, and links to related objects.

This format lends itself well to a virtual scavenger hunt . Solving an activity helps students focus and remain more engaged, which results in students learning more from the experience.

Explore the British Museum .

14. Digital Tour of the Van Gogh Museum

While the digital tour of the Van Gogh Museum fails to capture the paintings’ texture, it does offer contextual information on the artist’s most famous images such as Almond Blossom and Self-portrait With Grey Felt Hat . This tour also provides background information about Van Gogh’s life, with several narrative timelines.

Check out the Van Gogh Museum .

15. Google Meets Visit to the Guggenheim

The Guggenheim offers an interactive virtual museum experience. Booking a tour gives your class access to a guide for one hour, and your class will view three to five famous works and participate in an ongoing Q&A session. The museum educator facilitates activities that encourage students to engage with the art. All tours take place via Zoom or Google Meet.

Though the museum gears most tours towards grade school, they also hold separate online tours for university students and adults as well.

Book a Virtual Group Visit to the Guggenheim .

16. Computerized Career Days

Career day is a staple of the school experience. Typically, parents and community professionals visit classrooms to talk to students about various jobs. Online, these professionals can actually take students along on the job. Students can go to work with firefighters, underwater welders, cake decorators, farmers, or any other interesting vocations that do not mind taking the kids along.

Career days can be an ongoing series, with a five to 15-minute tour of a different workplace every session. This approach spreads the fun across a larger span of time by hosting a mini field trip every day, instead of condensing all the excitement into a single afternoon.

You can do online career tests too, or plan a virtual take your child to work day .

17. Remote City Tours

Tour guides in many cities offer a verbal history and visual slideshow via software like Zoom and WebEx. Remote city tours are one of the easiest-to-execute virtual field trip ideas. The guides already mapped the path and prepared the presentation; you only need to book the tour and show up with your class.

The crew here at TeamBuilding recently embarked on a virtual tour of Black Broadway in Washington DC and an online Harry Potter tour of Edinburgh, Scotland. Our team thoroughly enjoyed both tours and learned a lot.

18. Online Historical Sites

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Many online field trips focus on learning about history. You and your class can visit significant sites all around the world and learn how these locations shaped modern history.

Here is a short list of historical sites with online experiences:

  • The Sistine Chapel
  • The Taj Mahal
  • Ellis Island
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
  • Gettysburg Battlefield

There are many other historically significant locations you can visit online.

19. DIY Virtual Field Trips

Some schools give students options to vote on the yearly field trip. Since online field trips use minimal time and resources, every student can design a dream trip. Instead of organizing a virtual trip yourself, you can assign the planning to your students. Every participant can design an itinerary by using Google Tour Creator .

Students may choose to explore areas such as the tombs of pharaohs, or the birth cities of American jazz. Your students will become the tour guides and teach peers about the chosen topic.

Most of these virtual field trips are available to anyone, and are free to access, meaning your students can visit or revisit the sites anytime. To make your activity extra special, seek out guide-led, live, interactive experiences so that your students can hold conversations with an expert. You can also supplement the trip with assignments and fun games.

Next, check out our list of games to play on Zoom, this list of Google Meet games , and this one with online art classes .

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FAQ: Virtual field trips

Here are some of the most common questions and answers about virtual field trips.

What are virtual field trips?

Virtual field trips are learning excursions that happen online through video conferencing software, livestream video, or digital map and photograph platforms. For example, a virtual zoo tour or an online visit to the Great Wall of China.

What are good online field trip ideas?

The best online field trips often revolve around experiences that are off-limits or logistically impossible for in-person visits. To keep students interested, these activities should involve interactive elements such as question and answer sessions, games, and special requests.

How do you do a virtual field trip?

The first step in planning virtual field trips is to decide on your venue and activity. You can choose between self-guided tours or live-guided experiences. Typically, live video and interaction makes for a more compelling visit. Once you choose your trip, pick a day and time for your visit and inform the students. You can plan additional activities like research assignments and presentations to enhance your student’s learning. You can also make the day special by providing themed snacks.

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CHED lifts moratorium on field trips, off-campus activities

MANILA, Pilippines – Higher education institutions (HEIs) can once again send students out on field trips or other off-campus activities like competitions after the Commission on Higher Education  (CHED) lifted its moratorium .

CHED Commissioner Prospero de Vera made the announcement in a press conference at Malacañang on Thursday, August 10.  

“So the other statement that I would like to give is that the CHED has lifted the moratorium on off-campus activities of higher education institutions,” said De Vera.

“And this includes not just field trips but students who go on competitions outside their school, when they attend conferences and symposia, when they do immersion programs, when they go on sports activities,” he added.

CHED had imposed a moratorium on all off-campus activities after the Tanay bus accident in February. 

A bus, carrying over 50 college students from Bestlink College of the Philippines in Novaliches, Quezon City, lost its breaks and crashed into an electric post along Sitio Bayucan in Barangay Sampaloc, Tanay, leading to 15 deaths.

According to De Vera, CHED had closely worked with the Department of Tourism, Department of Interior and Local Government, Land Transportation Office, Land Transportation and Regulatory Board and the leagues of cities and municipalities to craft the new guidelines covering all off-campus activities. 

CHED Memorandum Order Number 63, series of 2017 now has stricter provisions to help ensure the safety of students. 

“So now we’re requiring higher education institutions to make sure and be accountable that when they send their students outside the university, there are faculty or persons in charge that will monitor what the students are doing,” said De Vera.

A student must also have his or her parents’ consent and must be medically cleared before going on an off-campus activity. 

“We will require them to have insurance for students, check the registration, insurance, franchise, and road-worthiness of vehicles used in the transportation of students, coordinate with local government units, because there have been incidents in the past, like in Bulacan State University, where students went on a field trip and the students drowned,” he added.  

De Vera was referring to the drowning of 7 students from the Bulacan State University (BSU) in August 2014. About 180 BSU students were on a field trip to Madlum Cave in San Miguel, Bulacan when heavy rains swelled the Madlum River, triggering a flash flood.

The Office of the Ombudsman already ordered the dismissal of 9 BSU officials over the tragedy. – with reports from Pia Ranada/

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