Peak’s Response to the COVID-19 Epidemic

Link to Full Letter Peak Group Travel continues to monitor the evolving status of the Covid-19 situation. We are in constant contact with our clients and suppliers regarding closures and cancellations. Additionally, we are keeping up with all CDC and WHO updates and guidelines. One option for each group is to consider postponing your trip…

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8 Steps to Prepare for a Music Trip

If you’re in a high school band or orchestra, sponsored trips to other cities or other countries are easily one of the most exciting experiences of your life thus far.  It’s not often that you are able to experience new places outside your comfort zone, and – just like professional musicians – you are taking…

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Things to Pack for a Student Trip to Washington, DC

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A student trip to Washington, DC is an exciting prospect for any young person.  Inside the Beltway is the heart of international power and the mechanisms of the United States government. From the White House to the Supreme Court to Congress and the Senate, Washington, DC is a singular experience, promising a firsthand look into…

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Top 5 Band, Choir and Orchestra Field Trips

Disney Performing Arts Onstage

We know you’re budding performing artists are itching for their moment under the spotlight and this post is all about making that happen. We’ve done the math and the results are in!  These are our top 5 band, choir and orchestra field trips, offering educators some genuinely exciting opportunities to take your students where they…

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Boston Itinerary – 3 Days in Boston for First-timers

statue of George Washington in Boston

You’ve got 3 days to show your students the wonders of Boston for the very first time.  Sound like a tall order?  Well, perhaps for lesser mortals, but you’re a teacher (and there’s nothing “lesser” about what you can do). This post outlines a Boston itinerary, taking you through 3 days in Boston for first-timers.…

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Affordable New York City Educational Tour Ideas for Students

New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art

New York City isn’t exactly what you’d call a budget destination.  But that doesn’t mean it isn’t an amazing place to take your students on an educational tour. This city is a world unto itself, with so many opportunities to learn, you probably couldn’t manage them all in a lifetime.  And what you need to…

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Top 5 Destinations for Your High School Choir Trip in 2018

New York

High school trips are enjoyable when you choose the best destinations. Choir trips don’t necessarily mean you visit music halls, recording studios, and the like. There are other places to tour to spice up the day. Now, as you plan for your choir trips, keep in mind Peak Performance Tours. We are here to help…

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Musical Tours — Choosing Your Singing Repertoire

student choir singing

With such diversity in repertoire, setting up a program to suit your students’ musical tour can be quite a challenge. To help you out, here are some important factors to consider when establishing a singing repertoire which will not only engage your students but also assist them in demonstrating their strengths as performers. Explore the…

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Inspire Your Students with a Performance Tour of Europe


Music director or otherwise, nothing beats the experience of bringing your student group on a performance tour of Europe — both for you as well as your book. Enlightening students with such spiritual and musical growth is a type of one-time opportunity many only dreams about. However, the reality of taking your students to Europe…

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Group Flights Quick Guide

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People travel in groups for many reasons. Perhaps it is an educational or entertainment trip. Whichever reason you have for using a group flight with your students, colleagues or family, you need an efficient travel company such as Peak Performance Tours to assist you with planning, accommodation, and sightseeing. Well, what do you stand to…

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