Since 2009, Colibri Boston has helped students and teachers connect with the world through innovative and educational travel packages.
Our team is a diverse group. Some of us came to the USA as international students, and all of us are graduates of American universities. Our superb instructors and chaperones are often connected to Boston’s most famous schools like Harvard University and MIT, and many have worked in college admissions.
Together, we built Colibri Boston programs with our past experiences and your future adventures in mind.
With a prime location in the heart of downtown Boston, we are within walking distance of many historic landmarks and only a short subway trip away from prestigious college campuses. Boston is a vibrant city home to championship athletic teams.
For a truly captivating and stress-free educational adventure, choose Colibri Boston. We arrange every important detail of the itinerary from accommodation & transportation to special interest activities & hidden local gems.
Our Recent Projects
Spring Break 2016
International students from 12 boarding schools joined our homestay program over Spring Break. Students stayed with local Boston and Cambridge host families and joined Colibri activities during the day.
AAIDD Delegation 2015
Professors, doctors and professionals in the field of disability met with universities and organizations in Seoul and Tokyo. We also visited border with North Korea, Hiroshima Peace Memorial, temples and palaces in both countries.
Modern History Teacher-Led Trip 2016
High School students learned about World War II in Berlin and Brussels. They visited famous historical sites and spoke with UE politicians.
Community Service Faculty-Led Trip 2015
Group of 25 college students and 2 professors visited job training projects for disadvantage youth in both countries and participated in soccer tournaments with local schools.
Art/Music Faculty-Led Trip 2015
Students focus on art and music travelled with us to Cuba for workshops with Cuban famous painters and study of afro-cuban music and dance
AAIDD and UMASS Research Trip
Faculty, professionals and grad students joined travelled to learn how Poland educates, employs and supports people with intellectual and mental disabilities. We met senators, CEOs, teachers and dine with former first Lady Danuta Wałęsa.