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Where in the world will Girl Scouts take you?
Girl Scouts offers many travel opportunities so girls can see new places, meet new people and learn about different cultures and ideas. Whether exploring your own neighborhoods, going on overnight camping trips, participating in community service projects, or flying to one of the four World Centres, Girl Scouts are continually expanding their horizons.

You can participate in the Travel Pathway as an individually registered girl member or by traveling with your troop, service unit, council or with girls from around the world. The world is your playground; where will you explore today and dream of conquering tomorrow?

Ashley Christensen

Upcoming Council-Sponsored Travel

Choose Your Own Adventure - Jan. 2019

An unknown adventure awaits you on this trip! Will you choose South Bend, IN or Cedar Rapids, IA? Maybe the group will choose to stay in Illinois and go to Champaign & Bloomington-Normal; Practice your budgeting and planning skills for this 3-day trip.

Cost: $315 per girl (this trip is for girls only!)

When: January 18-21, 2019

Who:  Cadettes and Seniors

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 The June 22-29 trip is sold out. Consider joining the July 2019 trip!

Colorado - Summer is a great time for exploring the great outdoors! Snow Mountain Ranch in Granby, Colorado offers many fun activities including canoeing, horseback riding, hiking, archery, ropes courses, zip lining, climbing wall and much more. Group activities include a day at Rocky Mountain National Park, white water rafting and team-bonding experiences.

July 8 - 15, 2019

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Camping in the UK: Jamboree & Pax Lodge - 2020

If you are interested in attending this trip for Seniors and Ambassadors, email Ashley Christensen. 

In the meantime, you can check out the official WINGS jamboree Facebook page.



Destinations are trips for individual Girl Scouts from across the nation. Decide if it’s Morocco, Madison, or New Mexico you want to travel to, then fill out the application using this information.

Round 1 applicaton deadlines are due Dec. 1, and Round 2 are due Feb. 15. 

Travel Scholarships available to girls who have been accepted to a GSUSA Destination. 

Troop Travel

Are the girls in your troop planning their own adventure? 

Learn about traveling with Girl Scouts in the Travel Appendix of Volunteer Essentials.

Travel within the United States

Whether it's an overnight trip to a non-council property, or an extended national trip for three nights or more, please fill out our Trip and Travel Application.

From local day trips to coast-to-coast treks, learn how to explore the country with Girl Scouts in this Girl Scouts Guide to U.S. Travel [PDF].

Domestic travel questions? Contact

International Travel

If you're planning an international trip with your troop, please complete our Intent to Travel Internationally form at least one year in advance of the trip. 

International travel questions? Contact Ashley Christensen at 312-912-6322 or explore our Global Travel Toolkit!

Travel Scholarships

Financial Assistance and Travel Scholarships are available for both Council-Sponsored trips and Destinations. Applications for assistance will be available beginning January 1 for the following year’s travels. 

Global Action Volunteer Team

The Global Action Volunteer Team is a group of volunteers who love all things global and travel. They've traveled extensively locally, nationally and internationally with Girl Scouts and on their own. The team is here to serve the members of GSGCNWI to make global, cultural and travel experiences fun and accessible to our entire Girl Scout community. These adults are here to help you every step of the way, ensuring you are ready for the upcoming adventure.

Join our team!
Adult Application
Girl Application