Come join us in San Diego, California, USA, for a fun-filled and community-centered worldschooling gathering January 22 – 28, 2024.
The Worldschool Pop-Up Hub provides super casual, budget-friendly opportunities to gather, connect with other worldschoolers, learn about the local area, instill new friendships, share your insights, and immerse in a friendly, accepting mobile community. Our activities highlight local nature, history, food, and culture… but you’ll also have plenty of time to relax, get to know each other, and even stray from the itinerary to add activities that cater to the group’s interests.
Pop in for a few days or the full week. Join as many activities as you’d like. It’s up to you!
Our itinerary will include activities such as the following:
*Encinitas Moonlight Beach and Playground
*Del Mar Beach and Playground
*Hotel Del Coronado Hang Out
*Liberty Station and Public Food Market
*Exploring the Old Town
*La Jolla Cave and Seal-Watching
*Mountain Cowles Hike
*Convention Center Stairs and Seaport Village Walk
Add-ons include: Harbor Cruise Tour of San Diego Bay or the famous San Diego Zoo!
COST per Family
This event is limited to 20 families
US$100 Early Bird Rate, expires December 1, 2023
US$140 Regular Rates (a $25 discount is available for families in need, use code SD25 at checkout)
MEET YOUR HOST:
This pop-up will be hosted by Khrystyna. She moved to San Diego at 19 years old and has been in love with this city ever since. She’s super familiar with the area and knows lots of amazing, off the beaten path places to share with other worldschoolers. A little more about her:
Who Am I? I am a woman, a wife, a mother (to a 3-year-old), a business owner, and so much more in between. Professionally, I have been a real estate broker. On the side, I’ve been leading women’s self-empowerment events for over a decade in the San Diego area, such as transformational women’s book clubs, mega networking events for businesswomen, self-love creative events, accountability groups, etc. I have also always loved to travel and once my husband and I met, I passed on the bug to him!
The reason we are doing this, even though we have fun traveling as a family, is because we ARE BETTER TOGETHER in a community. Creating the community circles we need, where we can share, and where our kids can play, learn, and connect… it’s all we need to THRIVE.
LODGING & NEIGHBORHOODS:
San Diego is a large, sprawling city. To be centrally located for our pop-up, it’s recommended to stay in the downtown San Diego neighborhoods (Downtown, Gaslamp, Little Italy, and Balboa Park areas with North Park and South Park a little farther away from our main activities). Mission Valley and Old Town areas are also excellent choices to be close to the action. As with any large city, read reviews to find safe areas for your family to stay. Try to avoid staying in East San Diego if possible.
For those coming in RVs and campers (or looking for cabins), San Diego Metro KOA Resort gets great reviews and is close to the downtown area. Admiral Baker RV Campground (only for those with military service background) also has good reviews and is close to the action. Campland on the Bay is a bit farther to the north, it also has a marina for boating families.
Trolley lines are available in downtown San Diego. Unfortunately, they don’t go everywhere we’ll be visiting. Renting a car is preferable, otherwise Ubers or taxis can fill in as necessary.
Join the private Facebook group to ask questions, stay up to date on activities in the area, meet the host, and interact with other potential attendees: