A sustainable story of cultural preservation with Alandis partner: Proyecto Akokán


At Alandis Travel, we are highly conscious of sustainability so we contribute to different local initiatives and projects. One of those projects is Akokán in Cuba. 

We are committed to minimizing the impact on the environment by balancing the use of environmental resources, respecting socio-cultural roots, and contributing to activities that generate income for local communities.

Akokán is a success story of cultural preservation at the heart of Havana.

2022/07 | Educational Travel June Roundup: Sustainable Travel and New Travel Trends.

Photo by Diego PH on Unsplash

Photo by Diego PH on Unsplash We’ve rounded up the best news from June: the new post-pandemic trends regarding sustainable travel to COVID-19 restrictions being lifted (and everything in between!) Travel news U.S. lifted pre-departure COVID-19 testing all the details covered by Travel Daily News. It’s already summer. Here are the best Caribbean summer destinations […]

The 5 Best Islamic Tours of Spain in 2022

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In 711 CE, Muslims from North Africa invaded the Iberian Peninsula. They stayed in Spain until 1492 when the Catholic Monarchs overthrew the King of the “Emirato de Granada.” As a result, Spain has a rich, overflowing Islamic culture and an enormous artistic and architectural heritage, including palaces, mosques, and much more. With that in […]

Planning your faculty-led trip: a guide for teachers and coordinators


Faculty-led planning made easy

At Alandis, we realize that organizing your first study abroad trip can be tremendously overwhelming. Many study abroad veteran faculty members still benefit from a solid to-do list to help get themselves organized.

With you in mind, we have put together the following list of great ideas for planning faculty-led trips to get you started.