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Scout Trips and Tours

Girl Scout Troops to
     Savannah - Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
ashington, DC - National Treasures
New York City - Crossroads of the World
     Costa Rica -
Unique on Planet Earth
will make your travel adventure easy to plan.


Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace and Savannah
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA - The #1 Girl Scout City in the World with a Red Carpet rolled out for YOUR Troop!

Day One - Travel to Savannah via Train, Plane or Motorcoach.  DeBOLT will help you fiond the most cost-effective way to travel
     Dinner tonight at one of our restaurant partners such as: Adventures in Eti-Kit Dining at the 17Hundred90 Guest House, The Lady and Sons, Pirates House, and the River House Restaurant
     - Walking Ghost Tour

Day Two -
     - Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace with a morning of badge and patch programs.
     - Lunch
     - Girl Scout First Headquarters
     - Riverboat Cruise on the Savannah River

Day Three - Tybee Island today!
      - a unique Beach Ecology Exploration Experience with marine biologist Dr. Joe Richardson or at the  Marine Science Center. 
     - Tybee Island Lighthouse
     - Lunch
Girl Scout Militia Muster at Old Ft. Jackson
     - Dolphin Adventure with Captain Derek

Day Four
     - Pinpoint Heritage Museum
     - Atlantic Coast
Girl Scout Immersion

Day Five - After breakfast, head for home

NOTE:  Depending on the location of your hometown, you may be close enough to Savannah to complete this trip in four days.  Contact the DeBOLT Scout Tours office to see if this is feasible from your location.

Like all DeBolt Unlimited Scout trips this tour can be modified or expanded to suit your Troop's interests and preferences. Contact our office for details.


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Washington, DC
Our nation’s capital is a special place and we have been providing service there for over a century. With so much to see, our experienced staff willl work with you and your Scout troop to make the best use of your time in Washington. We can arrange one-day trips as well as overnight trips.

Sample THREE DAY/TWO NIGHT itinerary     

Day One - Begin your visit by making your Troop’s first stop at the home of our first president, George Washington’s Mt. Vernon. The new Ford Visitor’s Center is an unprecedented introduction to the life of the “Father of our Country”. After dinner we will go on an Illuminated Tour of the Monuments with a local step-on guide.

Day Two - We can help you request appointments at some of Washington’s most notable attractions including the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, the Pentagon, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Perhaps you would want to contact your local representative for tours of the White House or the Capitol. We can arrange for an extraordinarily moving wreath-laying ceremony in Arlington Cemetery at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Guarded 24 hours a day by specially trained members of the 3rd United States Infantry, the grave stands as a collective memorial to all unidentified U.S. soldiers who lost their lives in combat. The National Zoo with its panda exhibit and Smoky the Bear is always popular with Scouts. And many Troops just like to have free time at the Smithsonian Institution with its variety of museums. Shorter stops can be made at the National Archives, the White House Visitor’s Center, or the Peterson House where President Abraham Lincoln became "one with 'the Ages”.

Day Three - On this day your Scout Troop can visit what they didn’t have time for earlier or it can include additional attractions as the Museum of the American Indian, the National Botanical Garden, the National Cathedral, or the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. Some troops even use a third day to visit Baltimore with its Inner Harbor, National Aquarium, and Ft. Mc Henry.


If your time is limited we can set up an itinerary that suits the specific interests and preferences of your Scout Troop. We will keep a close eye on your budget as well as your watch.

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Walt Disney World
A Magic Destination for Scout Troops

All four Walt Disney World resort theme parks - The Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, MGM Studios, and Animal Kingdom - are celebrating the "Happiest Celebration on Earth" with new attractions and shows brought to Florida from Disney Theme Parks around the world. It promises to be the largest celebration in Theme Park history.

   There is only one Walt Disney World, but there are three ways to get your Scout Troop there – and DeBolt knows them all. Air, motorcoach, or Amtrak – we will discuss with you which means of transportation will work best for your Scout Troop. We know the pros and cons, the ins and outs, of not only getting to Walt Disney World, but of also making the most of your visit when there is so much to see and do. We can recommend to your Scout Troop packages that include Park-Hopper passes, accomodations, meal coupons, and visits to the beach as well as transportation. We can even show you how to include the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace in Savannah on your way to Walt Disney World.

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Niagara Falls
Two countries and NO Passport Required!

      Niagara Falls is one of the world’s most popular natural wonders, not to mention one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Over a two day period your Scout Troop would have lots of sights to choose from including:
Butterfly Conservatory
Maid of the Mist
Cave of the Winds
Journey Behind the Falls
IMAX Theater
Skylon Observation Deck
the Whirlpool Aero Car
Ft. Niagara
the Robert Moses Power Plant
Clifton Hill with unbelivable sights and sounds and fun
      On the way to or from your home town your Troop could also navigate the highest locks on the Erie Canal, visit the wonder of the Herschel Carousel Factory, and swim or get soaked at Splash Lagoon. Meals would also be included.


      For Troops with a limited amount of time, our office can create a one-day itinerary to include as many features as possible. Please contact our office for details.


As with all DeBolt Unlimited Scout trips, this tour can be modified or expanded to suit your Troop's interests and preferences. Please contact our office for details.


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Chicago – Museums and Magnificence
Scout Troop Options

Chicago is a favorite destination among Scout Troops for several reasons:

A. Reasonable Hotel Rates - Chicago is known for its conventions. However, when there are no conventions in town, rates can drop by more than 60%.

B. Amtrak schedule – Chicago's Union Station is Amtrak's biggest national hub. Their schedule is designed to enable Scout Troops to arrive in Chicago early in the morning, tour all day, spend the night, tour the next day, and return that evening. Sleeping on the train’s comfortable Coach seats in both directions maximizes the time your Scout Troop can spend in Chicago.

C. The City that Works! Everything in Chicago is close, either within walking distance or via a quick bus ride. Small groups can visit all of the attractions without having to pay for their own private vehicle.

D. Unique in the World - Where else in the world can you find the Hemisphere's tallest building with its gravity defying LEDGE, the largest Natural History Museum, unparalled cuisine, a coal mine, bold architecture, the "Rock 'n Roll McDonald's" and the world's largest reflective "bean"?

Three Day Itinerary

Day One - After arriving by motorcoach, plane, or train head for the hemisphere's tallest building (the Willis (formerly Sears)) Tower for a truly awesome view of the city you’re about to discover.

Day Two - After breakfast, Scouts can take a “City Highlights” tour before visiting the Museum of Science and Industry. Scouts will go to Navy Pier and enjoy the many activities concentrated in this unique complex.

Day Three - More highlights today as your Scouts visit the Shedd Aquarium and the Field Museum of Natural History. If time permits, you may have time for some browsing and shopping along the world-famous Magnificent Mile before leaving for home.

Amtrak Two day Special!

Day One - Morning arrival in Chicago. Use your CTA Pass for transportation around Chicago to visit the Willis Tower, Musuem of Science and Industry, Field Musuem, Navy Pier, and much more! This evening take a cruise on Lake Michigan and the Chicago River.

Day Two - Shop all along the Magnificent Mile or visit what you missed the first day. In the evening board Amtrak for the trip home.

Please contact our office for details.


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New York City
Two Scout Troop Sample Tours

New York is indeed the Crossroads of the World and we have the experience to help your Troop make the most of its time there.

One Day Trip
If your Troop is nearby, you can go to New York for the day to catch a Broadway Show. And your Troop has a choice of shows that is unprecedented: Roger and Hammerstein's Cinderella, Matilda, Wicked, The Lion King, just to name a few. Begin by entering New York by Sea, a special DeBolt Unlimited offering. Walk through the Canyon of Heroes to the Essex World Cafe and the best meal value in Manhattan.  After lunch you’ll have time to shop at Macy’s or visit Times Square or Rockefeller Center before your matinee performance. We recommend dinner at Ellen’s Stardust Diner, the Playwright Tavern or Justin Timberlake's Southern Hospitality before returning home.

Three-day trip
The more time your Troop has, the more you get to see.

Day One - Upon arriving in Manhattan, get to know the city by going to the Top of the Rock for an unequaled view. Back at ground level your Scout Troop will go behind the scenes at radio City Music Hall.  Then it’s off to Ellen’s Stardust Diner for fun, singing waiters, and good food. After dinner explore Times Square with its M&M’s Store, Hershey place, and the incredible world of Toy’s R Us with its indoor Ferris wheel.

Day Two - Start this morning by going to see – and be seen on - either The Today Show or Good Morning America. A comprehensive tour of Manhattan is a good way to see a lot of the city in a brief period of time. The afternoon can be spent visiting the Scout National Headquarters, the Museum of Natural History, the United Nations, or just shopping.

Day Three - Board the very first ferry to Liberty Island.  Upon landing there you will continue to the Pedestal Monument for the story of Lady Liberty and an unequaled view of New York Harbor and the Manhattan skyline.  After arriving back at the Battery you'll take the short walk to the WTC Tribute Center a memorial created by the Foundation of 9/11 Families.  After lunch at the Essex World Cafe you can visit the Memorial Plaza located on the footprint of the twin towers.


Among other features you can include are:
American Girl Place
Metropolitan Museum of Art
St. Patrick's Cathedral


As with all DeBolt Unlimited Scout trips, this tour can be modified or expanded to suit your Troop's interests and preferences. Contact our office toll-free for details (1-800-433-2658)


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Boston and New England
Day One - Your Scout Troop travels to a hotel in a Boston suburb. On the way you’ll stop at Mystic Seaport

Day Two - After breakfast your Scout Troop will explore Boston the Cradle of America’s Independence. Activities will include an escorted walk on The Freedom Trail, an overview of the city from the Prudential Center’s Skywalk, a land and water tour on the Boston Ducks, dinner at Cheers, and a presentation of “Paul Revere Tonight “ at the Old North Church.

Day Three - Scout Troops have a choice today of heading Northeast to Salem, Cape Ann, and Gloucester or going Southeast to Plymouth and Cape Cod.

Option Northeast: Head for Salem, the home of the infamous “witchhunts” of 1692 and visit the House of the Seven Gables and the Witch Dungeon Museum. Then it’s off to Cape Ann where a local guide will acquaint your Troop with this region of hearty fishermen spotlighted in “The Perfect Storm”. Scouts will then participate in a genuine New England Lobster Bake in the homeport of so many “Captains Courageous”.

Option Southeast: Go to Plymouth Rock and the Plymouth Plantation and see where the Pilgrims settled in 1620. Scout Troops will board a replica of the Mayflower to experience firsthand what a three-week transatlantic crossing was like 400 years ago. On the way Scout Troops can stop at the John F. Kennedy Library for some more contemporary inspiration.

Day Four - Scout Troops travel home stopping at Old Sturbridge Village along the way.

Optional Day Five: Scouts can extend their trip an additional day to include both the Northeast and Southeast options on Days Two and Three and coming home on Day Five.

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The Polar Bear Express
      How about a little adventure in your own backyard? Take your Troop where few have gone before. This itinerary travels into the upper latitudes to the lower reaches of James Bay. Your troop will visit such exotic and legendary locales as Moosonee, Fossil Island, Timmins, and Church Factory Island, it will descend into the depths of the Big Nickel Mine, and it will ride on the M.S. Chi-Cheemaun ("The Big Canoe") across Georgian Bay, as well as on the Polar Bear Express. Due to weather conditions this trip can only be taken between the end of June and mid-August.

Given the unique nature of this trip, each itinerary is custom-made. Please contact our office for details on this most exciting package.

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Philadelphia and Valley Forge
Some Scout Troop Ideas

See where America was born for this is the Revolutionary Trifecta – Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, and the National Constitution Center. Of course, other attractions include the Betsy Ross House, the Franklin Institute, The Eastern State Penitentiary, the Philadelphia Zoo, and, across the Delaware River, the Adventure Aquarium. Close by is Valley Forge where America’s mettle was severely tested during the darkest days of the Revolution. On the way to or from Philadelphia your Scout Troop can also visit the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Gettysburg, or Hersheypark.


As with all DeBolt Unlimited Scout trips, this tour can be modified or expanded to suit your Troop's interests and preferences. Please contact our office for details.


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Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum
Day One - Your Scout Troop goes first to The Fun Factory at the New Detroit Science Center. Then it’s off to Belle Isle Park with its Aquarium and Nature Center. Dinner your Troop can engage in some Rock ‘n Roll Bowling.

Day Two - Your Scout Troop can spend all day at Greenfield Village and the Henry Ford Museum. As part of your visit your Scout Troop can visit the River Rouge Assembly Plant to see firsthand how cars and trucks are built.


As with all DeBolt Unlimited Scout trips, this tour can be modified or expanded to suit your Troop's interests and preferences. Contact our office for details.


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Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Busch Gardens
Scout Sample Itinerary

Day One - Your Scout Troop travels to Tidewater Virginia. If time permits, visit either Mount Vernon, the home of the father of our country or Montecello, Thomas Jefferson’s celebrated masterpiece, whichever may be on your way. Tonight enjoy a pool party at your hotel

Day Two - Your Scout Troop is off to Jamestown, the first permanent English settlement in America. Then it’s on to Colonial Williamsburg with a guided tour of the restored town and admission to the Governor’s Palace. Tonight your Scout Troop will enjoy Go Karts Plus and pizza.

Day Three - After breakfast, it’s time for fun at Busch Gardens –The Old Country featuring a DarKastle Dining Certificate. Depending on when you want to arrive home, we can adjust the departure time from Busch Gardens to give you the most time there.

OPTION A: Explore “What’s Down the Road”! Just a few miles down the Interstate are Travel Treasures for Troops that are Virginia’s Best-Kept Secrets. Among these are the Nauticus Maritime Center, the Virginia Living Museum, and cruises aboard the Miss Hampton II or the 135 foot, three–masted tall ship American Rover. These can be included in your  Scout itinerary by adding a day to your trip.

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