Student flights is the Youth and Adventure division of the Flight Centre Limited group, our focus is travel for students, young people and anyone who seeks a little - or a lot - of adventure, while travelling locally or abroad. If you want to canoe in Canada or rock-climb in Yosemite, Student Flights will organize it for you.

"Students Flights has the perfect �bucket list� for your New Years Eve celebrations:

  • Hogmany in Edinburgh:

    This is no ordinary festival - it is one extraordinary party! Now entering its 18th year, Edinburgh�s Hogmanay promises to welcome 2011 in style with a packed program of events throughout the festival. Edinburgh is recognized globally as the Home of Hogmanay and last year the city welcomed 80,000 revelers to celebrate New Year in style at the Edinburgh�s Hogmanay Street Party, attracting visitors from over 60 countries.
  • New York, New York:

    The yearly countdown in New York�s Times Square is the most iconic of New Year�s celebrations and should be experienced by everyone at least once in their life. Bright lights, celebrity MCs, a ton of confetti and a crowd of over 1 million people contribute to this huge event, counting down the last minute of the year and watching the famous Waterford Crystal ball drop from atop the Times Square building.
  • Watch Sydney become the harbor of lights:

    Sydney is said by many seasoned travelers to have the world�s best New Year�s celebrations - a title invested in heavily by the city. The show is the largest, stretching 6 kilometers across the Sydney harbor band centers on the iconic harbor bridge. The hundreds of cruise boats and private vessels covered in fairy lights add to the spectacle.
  • Start the New Year in Sin City:

    Every night is a party in Las Vegas, but on New Year�s Eve, things are stepped up a notch. At 5pm the traffic is closed on the main strip and the road transformed into an enormous street party with street performers, celebrities and shows by top international acts.
  • Celebrate twice in Cape Town:

    The weather is perfect in Cape Town for a waterfront carnival over the New Year period, which is exactly what takes place for the 80,000 visitors who descend on the city here each year. There are numerous outdoor concerts with traditional African music and dance in the V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre, all next to a range of up market restaurants trading into the small hours of the morning. But the fun doesn�t stop there - on 2 January South Africans celebrate Tweede Nuwejaar (or "second New Year�), with a bright and loud parade through the Cape Town city center.
  • Join the crowd in Rio:

    The New Year�s celebrations in Rio, called the Reveillon are said to be the largest in the world, with over 3 million people flocking to Copacabana Beach each year. Music is played throughout the day and around 7pm the live acts and DJs start up the sound systems on the official stages, which stretch over 4km and play everything from samba, bolero, rock and old carnival songs until the moment the huge fireworks spectacle takes place.
  • Crack the Champagne on the Champs-Elysees:

    If you're lucky enough to be in Paris to usher in the New Year, the City of Light offers plenty of ways to say Bonne Annee! Paris is one of the most colorful and exciting places to celebrate New Year's Eve, whether your preferred style is clubbing the night away, top-notch dining, or a simple glass of champagne shared with a small group of friends or loved ones. With so many spectacular places and unusual ways to ring in the New Year, the keen traveler may need to plan the next few in advance - but get it right and the celebrations will be worth waiting a whole year for.

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