✈️ Your Dream Destination✈️


Revealing the Marvels of Your Ideal Travel Spot


Welcome to a thrilling expedition of exploration and discovery! This WebQuest offers you and your team a passport to unveil the mysteries of an extraordinary destination. Your collective mission involves the meticulous curation of a comprehensive travel guide for a dream destination of your choice. 

During this venture of creative exploration, your aim is to produce an irreplaceable asset—a comprehensive manual that navigates through the landscapes of depiction, cultural engagement, and pragmatic suggestions, tailored for potential adventurers heading to your envisioned utopia.

In this big, creative world, you'll explore the heart of your selected country, discovering what makes it special—the exciting mix of its culture, traditions, and beautiful landscapes. You'll blend information together to paint a clear picture of the places, sounds, and tastes that make this land unique.

This endeavor isn't just about assembling information but creating an immersive experience. The task goes beyond a mere compilation of facts; it's about capturing the spirit of a place that exists in the dreams of those who long to explore the unknown.

Your journey begins with exploration, venturing into the heart of your chosen destination. As researchers, storytellers, and cultural ambassadors, you'll discover, decipher, and meticulously craft a guide that serves as a bridge between the dreamy realms of imagination and the practical needs of a traveler.

So, gear up, dream big, and prepare to embark on an odyssey that transforms the imagined into the achievable. The adventures await, and the world of your dream destination is ready to be unveiled!!!!



Crafting Your Dream Destination Guide


Your mission is to work collaboratively in a team to create an immersive travel guide that encapsulates the essence of your dream destination. This involves a comprehensive exploration, meticulous research, and creative design to produce an engaging and informative resource for future travelers.

NOTE: You’ll be three people in each team!!!!

Your team's responsibilities are divided into three parts:

Country Description:

  • Research and Description: Dive deep into the heart of your chosen destination. Unearth geographical facts, climatic patterns, historical anecdotes, and cultural intricacies that define this land. 
  • Cultural Tapestry: Unravel the rich tapestry of traditions, festivals, customs, and daily life, providing a vivid picture of the country's cultural essence.

Travel Tips:

  • Climate and Clothing Recommendations: Analyze the nuances of the destination's climate to advise on suitable clothing and gear. Offer guidance on what travelers should pack for a comfortable and enjoyable experience.
  • Cultural Etiquette and Safety Guidelines: Shed light on cultural norms, social etiquettes, safety protocols, and any essential precautions for a smooth and secure journey.

Complete Brochure

  • Content Integration: Merge the insightful country description and the practical travel tips into a coherent and visually appealing brochure.
  • Visual Design and Presentation: Consider the brochure's layout, use of images, fonts, and colors to craft an engaging, visually captivating, and informative resource. 
  • Final Touches: Ensure the brochure is comprehensive, accurate, and captivating, embodying the essence of your dream destination.


Recommended Platforms for Brochure Creation:

1. Canva: A user-friendly design platform offering a wide range of templates, allowing for easy customization and creation of visually appealing brochures.

2. Genially: An interactive platform offering various design options to create engaging and interactive brochures, incorporating multimedia elements like videos and animations.

3. Adobe Spark: A versatile tool offering professionally designed templates for creating brochures, allowing easy customization and integration of various media elements.

4. Lucidpress: A collaborative platform with numerous templates for brochure creation, enabling teamwork and design versatility.

5. Piktochart: A platform specializing in infographics and visual storytelling, providing creative tools to design visually compelling brochures.

Utilize these platforms to unleash your creativity, design an eye-catching brochure, and present the rich tapestry of your dream destination in an engaging and visually captivating manner.


This task is not just about compiling information; it's about transporting readers to a different world through a meticulous blend of facts, visual appeal, and practical guidance. Collaboration, creativity, and attention to detail will be your keys to crafting a compelling and indispensable guide for fellow travelers exploring the wonders of your dream destination.


Exploring the Landscape of Knowledge


To create a comprehensive and captivating travel guide, your team will need a variety of sources to explore and uncover the depths of your dream destination. Here are the suggested resources:

  1. Travel Websites and Guides: Utilize reputable travel websites like Lonely Planet, TripAdvisor, or National Geographic Travel for detailed insights into your chosen country. These platforms offer a wealth of information on culture, attractions, and travel tips.
  2. Cultural Databases and Anthropological Studies: Explore cultural databases and anthropological studies to gain a deeper understanding of the customs, traditions, and societal norms of the country. Websites like the Smithsonian Folklife and Ethnologue offer rich cultural information.
  3. Virtual Tours and Video Platforms: Explore YouTube travel vlogs and virtual tours that offer firsthand experiences of the destination. These visual resources can enrich your understanding and provide a more immersive perspective for crafting a comprehensive guide.



Modal verbs:

The modal verbs are: 



We use modals to show if we believe something is certain, possible or impossible

My keys must be in the car.
It might rain tomorrow.
That can't be Peter's coat. It's too small.

We also use them to do things like talk about ability, asl permission and make requests and offers

can't swim.
May I ask a question?
Could I have some tea, please?
Would you like some help?

Fuente: https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/grammar/english-grammar-reference/modal-verbs


We use should and shouldn't to make suggestions and give advice:

You should send an email.
You shouldn’t go by train.

We also use could to make positive suggestions:

We could meet at the weekend.
You could eat out tonight.


We use must or need to to say that it is necessary to do something:

You must stop at a red light.
Everyone needs to bring something to eat.
You can wear what you like, but you must look neat and tidy.

We use mustn't for prohibitions – to say that it is necessary to not do something:

You mustn't make any noise in the library.
You mustn't say anything to her. It's a surprise.

We use had to (positive) and couldn't (negative) if we are talking about the past:

Everyone had to bring something to eat.
You couldn't make any noise in the library.

Fuente: https://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/grammar/english-grammar-reference/suggestions-obligations

Traveling vocabulary:https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/topics/travel/travelling/

Modal verbs: https://www.grammarly.com/blog/modal-verbs/

General vocabulary: https://www.ieltspodcast.com/ielts-speaking/travel-vocabulary/

Utilize these resources as a starting point for your exploration. With an open-minded approach and a critical eye, you'll be able to collect, analyze, and synthesize information to create an insightful and captivating travel guide for future explorers of your dream destination.



Dear Explorer,

As you embark on this captivating journey to craft your dream destination guide, we encourage you to take a moment to explore the current political, environmental, or social landscape of your chosen country. What’s happening today in that land of dreams? Take a peek into the headlines, uncovering recent events that shape the nation.

We invite you to share your thoughts with your team. What’s your opinion about these current events? In your exploration, consider what tourists should do to be responsible travelers. Use modal verbs to express what actions visitors should take to ensure a positive impact on the country they’re exploring.

Let this insight not only enrich your understanding of the destination but also contribute to your comprehensive guide. Responsible tourism is not just about exploring; it’s about leaving a positive mark.

Happy exploring and sharing your thoughts on responsible travel practices with your team!

Warm regards.




(FIRST PHASE - 20%) Country Description Rubric:

  • Criteria specific to geographical accuracy, cultural depth, and historical insights.
  • Evaluation of the clarity and coherence of the description.
  • Research depth and synthesis of information.

(SECOND PHASE - 20%) Travel Tips Rubric:

  • Criteria focusing on climate-specific clothing advice, essential item suggestions, and cultural/safety guidance.
  • Evaluation of the relevance and practicality of the travel tips provided.
  • Depth of insights into cultural etiquette and safety measures.

(THIRD PHASE - 30%) Complete Brochure Rubric:

  • Criteria considering the integration of the country description and travel tips.
  • Assessment of the visual design, layout, and overall presentation of the brochure.
  • Evaluation of the comprehensive and accurate information within the brochure.

(FINAL PRESENTATION - 30%) Video Role-Play

  • Role Representation: Authentic portrayal of a travel agent and customers seeking information.
  • Clarity and Engagement: Clear communication and engaging presentation.
  • Information Delivery: Quality and accuracy of the information provided in the role-play.









  1. Teamwork: Effective cooperation and communication within the team, balanced participation from all team members and fulfillment of assigned responsibilities and tasks.

  2. Design: Creativity and visual presentation of the brochure, clarity and coherence in presenting information and effective use of images, fonts, and colors.

  3. Vocabulary and Content: Accurate descriptions and appropriate language usage, depth and authenticity in presenting cultural information.

  4. Development: Quality and depth of information gathered, integration and coherence of different aspects of the guide. Evaluation and selection of the most relevant information.

This rubric will guide the evaluation process, ensuring a comprehensive assessment of the project's various elements, from design and content to teamwork and final presentation.


Conclusion: Charting the Unseen, Crafting the Extraordinary

As we finish our fun project, I'm super happy with how well you've worked together to make an awesome guide for your dream place. You've not just made a cool book, but you've shown how teamwork, thinking together, and talking well can make something great!

I've seen you learn lots about the place you picked. You've put all that learning into your book, making it really cool and interesting.

You've also done a great job using English in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. That's awesome! You've not just made a book, but you've got better at English while doing it.

And when you talked about how travelers can be good visitors, that was really cool. It shows you understand how to be good when you go to new places.

This project was like an adventure where you learned a lot while working together. I want you to see this as a chance to learn not just about your dream place, but also how to work well with others and get better at English.

Great job on what you've done, and I can't wait to see how you keep growing in English and teamwork. Awesome work, explorers!


By: Miss Natalia ☁️