Let’s journey forward, where safety comes first
WorldStrides has built a 50-year-old reputation for industry-leading commitment to health and safety. Our experienced team is leading the way now in innovating and evolving to make sure your next travel experience is safe, and full of all the fun we are missing right now. We’re committed to your health, safety, and WorldClass Flexibility—for you, for your group, and for these unprecedented times.
Safety first, and always
Adaptations we’re making for health and safety.
Travel in 2020 and 2021
Our flexible commitments to you for tours in the 2020-2021 school year.
2022 and beyond risk-free deposits
Secure your spot early with total flexibility for the future.
A team approach to our new normal
WorldStrides assembled a cross-functional team we call our Back to Travel Task Force in early Spring, and we have been working to help you travel with confidence ever since. This Task Force leverages decades of experience across our company to assess the safety of the destinations we travel, stay abreast of openings/closings, understand new protocols and regulations from our partners, and create trainings and detailed safety plans to manage the risk associated with COVID-19. The Back to Travel group, led by Chief Experience, Health and Safety Officer Terri Morgoglione, is also informed by the CDC and WHO guidelines, as well as the guidance of the team at The George Washington Department of Emergency Medicine who staff our Doctors on Call program. We are also closely monitoring the evolving standards of the education community and the travel industry, and will continue to update our plans as new information on COVID-19 comes to light.
WorldStrides’ promise to you
If a member of your group is diagnosed with COVID-19 while on a WorldStrides program, we will be there every step of the way, from helping to secure the necessary care, to covering the costs associated with medically-required quarantine.
We need your help too. We will ask all participants to commit to care for your fellow participants by acknowledging any symptoms you may be experiencing prior to travel. If you are sick, stay home.