Changemakers: Peoples, Perspectives and Human Rights Expand your perspective by participating in a Human Rights Leadership Program at the world-class Canadian Museum for Human Rights and much more.
Québec, Montréal & Ottawa Three cities that act as classrooms for Canadian history and culture.
Maritime Highlights The best of early Canadian history and maritime culture.
Canadian Rockies Great western cities, natural wonders of the Rockies and more.
Arctic Adventure in Churchill Gaze upon spectacular Northern Lights as you embark on a once in a lifetime STEM adventure in Canada’s subarctic.
Carnaval à Québec The excitement of Carnaval awaits you in historic and enchanting Québec City.
Toronto & Niagara Falls Enthralling Toronto landmarks plus a sidetrip to Niagara Falls.
Québec and Montréal Discover two of the most beautiful and diverse cities in Canada.
Discover Coast Salish History and Culture Spend time with local Indigenous organizations learning about Coast Salish history and cultural traditions.
Ottawa: Canada's Capital In-depth exploration of the museums and landmarks of Ottawa.
Bonjour Québec Explore New France in historic Québec and Montréal.
Vancouver and Whistler Breathe in the fresh air of Canada’s west coast.
Canadian Heritage Québec, Montréal, Ottawa and Toronto in depth.
California Panorama California dreaming from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
Lights, Camera, Los Angeles! Get a taste of Hollywood stardom on this entertaining trip.
New York City: The Big Apple From the bright lights of Times Square to the Lady with the Lamp.
Eastern Seaboard The great eastern cities in which America was born and nurtured.
Washington, D.C. and New York Get an in-depth look at America's financial and political capitals.
Los Angeles and the Grand Canyon From tinsel town to the spectacular Arizona Red Rock country.
EF’s Travel for Credit program provides educational summer school experiences in Canada, the USA, and around the world. In partnership with school boards and districts, we offer curated course packages designed to meet Ontario’s Ministry of Education credit requirements paired with a dynamic EF tour. Teachers can plan tours close to home in North America or go abroad, so students can travel the world and earn high school credit for it.