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Global Travel Programs

Students in airport for global travel program to Spain

Tentative Program Schedule for the 2023-24 Academic Year


San Salvador Island, Bahamas
The Bahamas Coral Reef Restoration Program at Gerace Research Centre on San Salvador Island is focused on restoring coral reef communities to a healthy and sustainable state, challenging students to be creative engineers, positive group contributors, and globally aware citizens of our water planet. 

Beijing, China
This week-long exchange in Beijing, China with RDFZ-Xishan School will provide insight into Chinese history and culture through and promote friendship with Chinese peers.

Copenhagen, Denmark
Spend a week in Copenhagen, Denmark, living and learning with peers from Rysensteen Gymnasium as we explore topics such as minimalism, social programs, and sustainability.


Toronto, Canada
The Global Ideas Institute is a yearlong project in which Tabor students, under the mentorship of students at the University of Toronto, prepare strategies to address global challenges at the local level; the four accepted students will travel to Toronto to present their strategy at the GII Summit, all expenses paid.


Our voyage to France will feature homestays in the Loire Valley and language study at Saint-Denis International School in Loches. During our time in the Loire Valley, we will have the opportunity to explore several of the château, including the fortified castle in Loches. Our excursions include a visit to Amboise, a château designed by Leonardo DaVinci for François Ier. As well, we will visit the château of Leonardo Davinci, Clos Lucé. We are organizing a trip to the market in Loches, where we will purchase all the ingredients for a meal prepared by you with the guidance of Justine, a local chef from La Petite Jucherie, a neighboring town. We will also spend two days in Paris and visit La Tour Eiffel, Le Louvre, and Saint Chapelle. If time permits, we will spend a day in Versailles, in addition to a bike ride to the Petit Trianon, château of Marie Antoinette.

The Basque Country is unique among Spain’s 17 autonomous communities. With its fascinating pre-Indo-European language (hola = kaixo), world-famous gastronomy, rich folkloric traditions, fast-paced sports, and widespread embrace of mother nature, it has something to offer everyone! Come explore Euskadi in the seaside city of San Sebastián as you live and learn with new friends at St. Patrick’s School. After a week in homestays and school-based learning and cultural activities, we will conclude the program in Bilbao.  
We are excited to be able to offer the following program supplement and will do so based on student interest: For the final three days of the program, we will travel via bicycle along three stages of the Camino del Norte, one of the paths of the Way of St. James (or Camino de Santiago), a pilgrimage dating back to the 9th. Starting in San Sebastián, we will travel 125 km over three days (~25 mi, 3-4 hrs per day, guided), staying overnight in Deba, Gernika, and Bilbao.

Visit Nepal with Tabor in June 2024 to explore the Kathmandu Valley and Chitwan National Park, partnering with grassroots organizations to learn how social, cultural, and environmental issues are being tackled in both rural and urban settings.