What to expect on an EF D-Day tour
Our D-Day tours prompt participants to think critically about the past and understand its impact on the present and future.
Through interacting with locals and connecting with fellow travelers, there are endless opportunities to engage with communities abroad.
Participate in exclusive EF activities and explore sites that highlight the historical, social, and cultural perspectives of WWII.
Your Tour Director will help facilitate meaningful reflection through activities designed to engage travelers.
Tales from our tours
Meet WWII veteran Jack Port
Why is it important to honor veterans? Hear our friend Jack Port’s story.
Partnerships that lead to connections
Intergenerational relationships connect us to history. Here’s how we make that happen.
How we honored D-Day’s 75th anniversary
D-Day. 75th anniversary. Normandy. A fully interactive event just for high school travelers.
Video call with a veteran
An EF partnership gave these students a chance to chat with Warren, who was in World War II.
How it works
Building your team
It starts with your Tour Consultant, an expert on schools in your area who’s laser-focused on you and your students’ growth.
Choosing the perfect tour
We work with you one-on-one to find the perfect itinerary for the needs of your group—from a D-Day tour to a trip to the Great Barrier Reef, and everywhere in between.
Spreading the word
When it comes to signing up students and getting them excited, we’ve got plenty of tips.