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The Girl Scouts Destinations program brings individual Girl Scouts from across the country on adventures throughout the United States and the world. Explore the different Destinations and learn more about the application process below.

Applying for Destinations

  Visit Girl Scouts USA’s Destinations site to see all the amazing 
Destinations trip options.

  Complete the online application form. If you are 13 or older, you
can complete it yourselft. If you're 12 or younger, have your parent or
guardian complete it with you. You're welcome to fill out the form
up to four times for four different choices of Destination. If you are
selected for more than one, you may choose your favorite or
attend them all.

Before you jump into the online form, prepare yourself by finding
three unrelated references and complete the application worksheet .
The online application must be completed all at one time. You won't
be able to go back to the application or make changes later.

  Earn money for your Destination by participating in Fall
Product and Cookie Financial Literacy programs, and apply for
several different travel scholarships.  

Email with any travel questions. 

2019 Destinations Deadlines

First round applications

Second round applications

February 1

Complete the online application before November 25, 2018.

Complete the online application by February 1, 2019.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis with details sent upon acceptance,
within 2 – 4 weeks

You can apply this year for trips in 2019 or 2020! That gives you time to set goals, participate in money-earning activities, and apply for scholarships. Destinations are available for girls ages 11 to 18. 

GSMW’s Girl Scouts on Destinations

During the summer of 2018, several Girl Scouts from Montana and Wyoming joined girls from around the globe for Destinations throughout the world.  Girls traveled to Minnesota, Ohio, Greece, Italy, and Spain! 

One of GSMW’s travelers spent a week on a tall sailing ship on the waves of Lake Erie, honing her sailing skills she learned at GSMW’s own Swim, Splash, & Sail camps.  Another Girl Scout from Wyoming explored the Mediterranian coast and navigated the streets and beaches of three different European countries.  Yet another stayed closer to home but far from her comfort zone by canoeing the wild waters of Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Wilderness.

Over the years, our Montana and Wyoming Girl Scouts have also traveled to:

Space Academy in Alabama

Conservation in Namibia

Theater Camp in Oregon

Adventures in Ireland

Surfing in Costa Rica, Texas, and Florida

Wilderness Photography in California

Adventures in Peru

A New Year’s celebration in Patagonia

Castle Tours in Germany

The Summit of Mount Fuji

Washington D.C. Conservation Research

Exploring the South Pacific

Adventures in Australia

A Girls Leadership summit in London
And many, many more locations!