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This travel program for high schoolers takes you on an adventure across many unique cultures throughout Central Europe. Get your adrenaline pumping in Slovenia’s Julian Alps, immerse yourself in the rich history of Prague’s monuments, see why Vienna is considered one of the most livable cities in the world, and experience firsthand Croatia’s best-kept secret: the Adriatic Coast and its pristine beaches. This small-group adventure allows teens to have some flexibility and spontaneity along the way within this perfectly planned, perfectly paced European adventure!
This program is the first 18 days of our longer 26-day Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Czech Republic & Greek Islands program.
Experience new cultures and thrilling activities in a smaller, tight-knit travel group.
Includes breakfast and dinner daily.
Includes all recreation & activities listed.
Deluxe, private motor coach between cities, and occasional public transportation within cities.
ON TOUR departures offer more independence and age-appropriate activities for older teens currently completing 11th or 12th grade.
Separate departure dates are assigned to create compatible co-ed age groups.
Up to 26 participants.
Prague, Czech Republic
The Ibis Praha Old Town is located in the historic part of the city, just a short walk from the Powder Tower, one of the original 13 gates of Old City. Enjoy the air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Hotel Leonardo is an excellent base for sightseeing. Take advantage of the fantastic views of the city of Vienna from its central location in the Europaplatz area.
Stay at the Hotel Park located in the very center of Bled by the shore of Lake Bled. This hotels offers breathtaking views of Lake Bled for you to enjoy!
While in Split, you’ll stay at Hotel Globo situated close to the very heart of the Dalmatian capital of Split, putting you right near all the major sights to see.
Ideally located in the center of Dubrovnik, Hotel Lero is walking distance from the old town. The hotel consists of two connected buildings and offers accommodation on 5 floors. Most of the 155 contemporary designed rooms offer sea views.
Who are the staff and what are their qualifications?
Our staff are educators, guidance counselors, coaches, college and university students, former camp counselors, residence life coordinators, community volunteers, world travelers, and other leaders with diverse backgrounds. Many are former participants themselves who couldn’t get enough of the Westcoast experience! Learn more about our summer leaders.
What if I need to contact my teen during the program?
Participants may bring their cell phones so parents may call and message their kids directly. You may also contact our Communication Centers which serve as the official link between programs on the road and parents. We are staffed every day during the summer and have somebody on call for after hours emergencies ready to assist you 24/7.
What is the difference between an Active Teen Tour and a Global Adventure program?
Our Active Teen Tours offer larger group sizes (generally 35-48 participants) and travel in deluxe motor coaches. Accommodations include quality hotels and fun college residences.
Global Adventures are smaller group experiences (generally up to 26 participants). Groups travel by private motor coaches and occasional public transportation internationally, and use passenger vans in the USA. While these programs have a slightly bigger focus on adventure travel, we stay in quality hotels and lodges, always ensuring a good night’s rest.