East Coast Social Justice Tour | Go Adventure

Social Justice Tour

We are excited about one of our newest trips to the GoAdventure destinations list. Join us for our social justice tour of the east coast. This trip will start either in Boston or Philadelphia and stops places such as, New York City, Acadia National Park, Boston, Mt. Washington and many more. This trip is focused around volunteering, education through social justice tours and learning the history of the United States. There are many activities to choose from to create a one of a kind trip for your group.


Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, Washington D.C.,  Virgina

Explore these beautiful cities through walking tours, food, art, and history. Stay in hostels throughout the duration of  your trip. This will allow for your group to cook meals together and debrief the day after each activity as well as explore the city during your free time.

Throughout the trip you will have the opportunity to ​volunteer with a variety of organizations. These organizations are ones that we have created special relationships with and directly tie into the theme of the trip. You will volunteer with programs that work to end poverty, stress the need for civic engagement and improvements of their local community, and help the men, women and children who struggle with homelessness get back on their feet through a variety of different services. 

Explore the incredible history that these cities have to offer. Visit locations such as Ellis Island, Washington Mall, Anacostia Museum, the New York City Tenement Museum and so much more. Through these experiences the group will connect the past with the issues our population as a whole are facing today.

To end the trip we will spend the day doing some team building activities and a high ropes course. This a great time for the students, and group as a whole, to come together, support one another, and have some fun.


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