USA Tours

ACIS is pleased to announce that we have partnered with Landmark Educational Tours for our US Tours. Landmark Educational Tours’ team has over 50 years of experience leading educational tours within the US and they are experts in delivering the same high-quality experience you have come to expect with ACIS.

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New York City
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Washington D.C.

Where would you like to go?


With five territories to explore and an abundance of wildlife, scenery and National Parks to take in (and maybe even a glimpse of the Northern Lights!), we can create an educational tour for any interests to help you navigate the mountains, rivers and glaciers and take in all of The Last Frontier’s rich history and culture.

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Alaska landscape with mountains, water and pink clouds


One of the oldest cities in The United States, history is everywhere in Boston. From the Freedom Trail to Quincy Market, there’s so much to see and do in this cultural center of the country.

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Boston Common Monument


The Windy City’s iconic Shedd Aquarium and Navy Pier are great starting points for any school trip. Chicago is also home to close to two million Spanish speakers. Our Spanish immersion tours demonstrate how practical the Spanish language is, right here in the USA.

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Chicago Bean


With a large and diverse population of Spanish speaking immigrants, Miami is one of the most diverse cities in the USA. It provides a fantastic opportunity for students to gain exposure to Cuban culture as well as the many other Latino cultures present in the area.

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Street in Miami

New York

The Big Apple has a myriad of options for the arts, cultural immersion, history and sightseeing. We offer a variety of itineraries to New York City to accommodate the goals of all educators.

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Downtown Manhattan, New York


The City of Brotherly Love may be best-known for housing the Liberty Bell, an iconic symbol of American independence. Your students can also experience where Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence, visit the home of Betsy Ross and the battlefields of Gettysburg, where you see firsthand what you’ve read about in history class.

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Philadelphia skyline

Puerto Rico

Who would think that an island 1/10th of the size of South Carolina could house two World Heritage Sites? Do you want your students to take the Spanish pledge and show off their language skills with locals, contribute to the local community through a service project, or get their adrenaline pumping on a zip-lining excursion? There’s something for everyone in Puerto Rico.

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Overlook of cathedral in Ponce Puerto Rico

Washington D.C.

Our nation’s capital has an abundance of political and historical iconography, making it the perfect destination for educational opportunities. Giving your students close-up access to historical sites and monuments will give them memories they’ll never forget.

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Washington D.C. Capitol Building

Learn more about traveling within the US with your students.