Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter, Throughout the year
1-2 weeks, 2-4 weeks
Typical Duration of Program
All year round
We are global leaders in responsible school travel and offer fully-supported school expeditions and curriculum based field trips to Africa, Asia and Latin America. Our programmes run from 5 days to 4 weeks throughout the year, offering premium experiences for UK and International schools or colleges. Our educational school trips offer an opportunity of a lifetime for students and teachers and the chance to make a profound and lasting impact on disadvantaged communities and wildlife without compromising safety and security. If you are a teacher, parent or student looking for school trip ideas, we are confident we have something to suit. Choose your preferred expedition location below to see a full range of options, then get in touch with us so we can start launching your trip.
* Work on important projects to improve the standard of living for rural communities
* Participate in ongoing conservation initiatives to protect valuable wildlife and the environment
* Safari in one of Kenya's Premier Wildlife Parks
* Learn about marine conservation
* PADI open water Diving Course
Bachelors Degree (Undergraduate)
* Pre-expedition support
* Flights and in-country transfers
* Food and Accommodation
* Adventure challenge
* Project costs
* Leader/staff costs
* Orientation and language lessons
* 24 hour emergency support
A typical volunteer is an outgoing person wanting to become part of a bigger picture. They will be involved on sustainable projects some of which may take a few days and some involve several years work through to completion. The ability to put your hand to a variety of work with enthusiasm and energy is very important. You must also be excited about and willing to mix in with new cultures and step out side of your comfort zone with regard to living accommodation which will include tens and hammocks.
American, Asian, Australian, Canadian, European, Kiwi, South African and Worldwide Participants.
You can gain 70 UCAS points upon completion of a portfolio of work.