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GEEO Announces Summer Travel to Russia, Mongolia, and China

 

Ardmore, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/31/2014 -- Ardmore, PA - Global Explorations for Educators Organization (GEEO) is celebrating the New Year with the announcement of their schedule of summer trips. Dedicated to providing travel opportunities for teachers at www.geeo.org , GEEO has announced more than twenty summer teacher tours.

One of the most exciting discounted teacher travel opportunities at geeo.org offered by GEEO for 2014 is a triple excursion trip to Russia, Mongolia, and China. This incredible 16-day trip will have teachers enjoying some of the most well-known monuments in the world.

- Russia - Teachers will visit St. Petersburg, Moscow, The Kremlin, Lenin's Mausoleum, ride the Trans-Siberian Railway, and much more.

- Mongolia - After riding the Trans-Mongolian Railway and visiting local towns along the route, teachers will explore the capital city of Ulaan Baatar and then spend a night in a traditional Ger Camp.

- China - Traveling by train from Mongolia, teachers will finish the tour in Beijing where they will visit the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, and Tiananmen Square.

GEEO believes that summer travel for teachers benefits the individual as well as all of their students and their communities. They are pleased to offer this excursion along with their many others. For more information on GEEO, their mission, and prices and details for all of the teacher travel programs, visit http://www.geeo.org

About Global Exploration for Educators Organization (GEEO)
GEEO is a non-profit organization dedicated helping teachers to travel abroad. GEEO helps teachers travel and bring those experiences back to the students in their classrooms as well as their communities. By helping these educators with affordable teacher travel at http://www.geeo.org/share-your-adventure/ , GEEO benefits both individual teachers and their students.

For More Information:
Jesse Weisz
GEEO
1-877-600-0105
jesse@geeo.org
2945 Morris Road
Ardmore, PA 19003
www.geeo.org