SOURCE: CHA Educational Tours (Cultural Heritage Alliance)

CHA Educational Tours (Cultural Heritage Alliance)

March 06, 2013 10:10 ET

CHA Educational Tours Announces 2014 Early Bird Plan

Travelers Who Book This Spring Can Lock in Big Savings

PHILADELPHIA, PA--(Marketwire - Mar 6, 2013) -  International group travel is one of the very best ways for high school students to learn history, language and culture, and teachers planning educational tours for 2014 can save significant money for their students by booking early. 

CHA Educational Tours has announced its 2014 Early Bird Plan, putting 25 popular destinations and 125 itineraries more within reach of young people. Designed for groups that want to plan ahead, the 2014 Early Bird Plan offers financial savings and other benefits, including the ability to lock in current rates. 

The 2014 Early Bird Plan offers a $100-per-student discount if the tour is booked by June 30, 2013, and $200-per-student discount if booked by May 30. If group leaders book just six students by those dates, additional travelers can still reap the Early Bird discount until August 30, 2013. In addition, group leaders who book six students will travel free.

"Student group travel is such an enriching experience, one that hopefully every high school student will get to take advantage of. The Early Bird Plan is yet another incentive for those teachers and students who embark on an educational tour, and plan well ahead of time," says Domenica Falcione, president and co-founder of CHA Educational Tours.

For group leaders, there's the peace of mind from knowing the Early Bird Savings Plan has built-in security and flexibility features, so booking travel ahead of time doesn't have to be a nerve-wracking experience. Educators who book early will take advantage of other benefits as well, such as a increased travel bonus points and generous enrollment and referral bonuses, and free international cell phone during the tour or an iPad® mini.

Every student who takes advantage of the Early Bird Savings Plan will receive an airport organizer pouch, a handy way to manage passports, boarding passes and other essentials while negotiating the airport, security checkpoints, and customs.

About CHA Educational Tours
Founded in 1969 by two foreign language teachers, CHA Educational Tours has grown to become one of the largest and most successful student group travel companies in the U.S., and is the oldest American-owned educational tour operator in existence today. Over one million teachers and students from across the U.S. and Canada have toured Europe, Latin America, Asia and the South Pacific with CHA Educational Tours. For more information, visit http://www.cha-tours.com/Default.aspx or call 1-800-323-4466.

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