If you are planning extended travel, please submit an Intent to Travel application. Please refer to the Travel Guidelines chart to see what types of travel your group is eligible for based on vaccinations.
Starting June 1, 2022, the domestic travel policy will require that all travelers, youth and adult, provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test to their trip advisor/troop leader no more than 48 hours ahead of departure and that they quarantine between taking their test and getting their results. Proof of vaccination cards will no longer be collected by council staff for domestic travel.
By requiring all travelers to provide proof of a negative test, either professionally administered followed by a post-test quarantine while waiting for results or a rapid at-home test administered the night before or morning of departure, we are protecting all travelers. We strongly recommend wearing a mask while in populated indoor spaces.
From the CDC: Make sure you understand and follow all state, tribal, local, and territorial travel restrictions, including proper mask wearing, proof of vaccination, testing, and/or quarantine requirements. For up-to-date information and travel guidance, check the state, tribal, local, and territorial health department’s website where you are, along your route, and at your final destination.
This policy is subject to change in accordance with guidance from the CDC and Washington State Department of Health.
These approvals are conditional based on pandemic guidelines and approvals could be rescinded later based on travel restrictions due to COVID-19. For more information on our council's safety guidelines regarding program activities, please visit the COVID-19 page of our website.
Every Girl Scout deserves a chance to see the world! Whether you’re exploring your own neighborhood, going on an overnight camping trip, or flying across the world—you’re always expanding your horizon with Girl Scouts.
From your first Daisy outing to a multi-week trek through Peru, these handy checklists will help you fill out all the correct forms for your next Girl Scout getaway!
- COVID-19 Travel Guidelines chart
- COVID-19 Travel Plan Summary
- Assumption of Risk, Release, and Waiver of Liability
- Non-Commercial Rental Property (AirBnB or Similar) Site Safety Checklist
- Day Trip Travel Checklist
- In-State Weekend Travel Checklist
- Out of State & International Weekend Travel Checklist
- 3+ Day in State Checklist
- 3+ Day Out of State Checklist
- 3+ Day International Travel Checklist
- Girl Scout Global Travel Toolkit
- Travel Application for Short Trips
- Extended Travel Girl Scout Youth Health Forms
COVID-19 and Graduating Seniors and Troop Funds for Trips/Travel
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the cancellation of many programs
and activities that 12th grade Girl Scouts had planned for
spring/summer 2020 and 2021. While it will be possible to move forward
with many planned activities during spring/summer 2021, plans for
extended overnight trips will be evaluated according to our Member
If a scheduled trip, including girls who graduated in 2020 or 2021, cannot take place in FY21 or was canceled in FY20 due to COVID-19, we are allowing use of Troop funds for travel up until September 2022. All travel must be completed by September 30, 2022.
- Graduating Girl Scouts, who had approved travel plans must register as adult member(s).
- Funds will be held in the
troop bank account.
- Limited Overnight
and Extended Trip Travel is authorized in Member
- All “graduated troops” that want to use funds for travel are required to follow Travel requirements and new COVID-19 safety protocols.
- Individually Registered Members (IRM) may travel and must follow
the same travel approval process as a travelling group girl-led
component of the trip.
Questions about travel? Need help planning a trip?
Girl Scout Destinations are the ultimate adventure for individual girls ages 11 and older! With different trips every year, there's something amazing for everyone. Pack your bags full of life-changing epxeriences and make friends from all over the country as you travel with Girl Scouts from different states. Check out all of the places you can go here: Destinations Trip Options. Once you decide where to go, fill out the online application.
Looking for more travel options? Volunteer-led trips are geared towards individual girls and girls wanting to travel outside of their own troop. Planning for these trips is girl-led, so girls can help design their dream travel experience.
Are you interested in helping with a volunteer-led council-wide trip? Contact the travel team for more information.
Puerto Rico 2023: Take the trip of a lifetime to Puerto Rico! Make new friends while you gain important life skills and learn how to plan and travel together as a group. Visit a Caribbean island without the need for a passport. From beaches to tropical forests, this is a unique opportunity to learn about a Spanish Caribbean culture that has an American twist. Complete the trip application at https://tinyurl.com/2a24dcdr. Interviews will happen as applications come in and will be accepted until spots are full. A link will be sent to sign up for an interview time once your application is received. Check out our flyer for more information!
- Who: Girl Scouts age 13-18 (by July 2023)
- When: July 2023 (10 days between July 1-July 14). Trip Advisors and Girl Scouts will meet monthly beginning October 2021 to plan the trip, earn money to offset trip costs, and prepare to travel to Puerto Rico.
- Cost: $2,500* plus airfare
Questions? Email email@example.com or call Michelle Wicks-Cycher at (206) 715-1604.
Scholarships are available to help you explore the world! Learn more
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