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Pacifica Around the World

Learning new things is a passion for the Pacifica community. Learning new things first hand is an experience that is invaluable. The travel program seeks to provide a variety of options for students so they can move beyond the school walls and see the world. Traveling stretches students and gives them a fresh perspective while providing them with a greater understanding of the “big picture” in life. Walking down the Via Del La Rosa in Jerusalem, viewing Manhattan from Ellis Island, eating dinner under the Eiffel Tower, or serving students with HIV in Africa are some of the experiences that have had a transforming impact on students. Pacifica faculty, well seasoned in international travel, guide students in their adventures through the Louvre, a tropical rainforest, St. Peter’s Basiilica, the beach front in Tel Aviv, or the rapids in Belize, opening the door to the world, igniting their imaginations!

Pacifica travel opportunities are offered in three major categories giving students a variety of options for travel. Trips range from Academics/Leisure, Spiritual Growth/Service and Adventure. From a service trip to Africa, a visit to the Louvre and coffee on the Champs Elysees, to caving in Belize students can find their travel niche.

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Information on our current 2017 trips

Academic and Leisure Trips

  • London and Paris
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • New York City
  • Costa Rica
  • Germany

Adventure Trips

  • The Pacific Northwest
  • Belize
  • Yosemite

Spiritual Growth AND Service Trips

  • Israel
  • Malawi Africa
  • Senior Service Trip
  • The Dominican Republic

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Silvas Travel

Tom & Naomi Silva
Travel Program Directors

Tom and Naomi Silva lead Pacifica’s travel program and have the pleasure of guiding students through the streets of Jerusalem, the museums of Madrid, the rivers of the Pacific Northwest, London’s theatre district, and the Latin Quarter of Paris.

“We travel because some beauty is too big for pictures and books, because experiencing new places opens our minds, and because we know better who we are when we see that which we are not. It’s also very fun”

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