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Namibia

Namibia

Namibia provides a remarkably beautiful and unique environment, ideal for any school wishing to take an expedition to Africa and undertake a cultural project or significant exploration. Sandwiched between the Kalahari Desert and the South Atlantic coastline, the country has one of the most awe-inspiring landscapes in the world and holds many of Africa's most amazing natural landmarks including the Fish River Canyon, Waterberg Plateau, Namib Desert and Etosha National Park.

Nepal

Nepal

Though Nepal is without doubt the ultimate mountain region to experience on foot, there is more than snowy summits and glaciers for groups to encounter. Beyond the extensive trekking routes, there is also a stunning religious culture and a variety of additional activities to experience including safaris in Royal Chitwan National Park, dugout canoe excursions and thrilling white water rafting.

Northern India

Northern India

The North Indian region of Ladakh is the World's least populated piece of land and, containing over half of the Great Himalayan Range, and provides one of the continents finest trekking environments. Ideal for groups wanting to undertake a substantial trek, the country also provides opportunities for learning about the Buddhist and Indian culture, not only in Amritsar and Dharamsala, but also in Delhi, Varanasi, Sarnath and Agra.

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Morocco

Morocco

Morocco provides an exotic cultural encounter and a superb range of varied landscapes for school expedition groups to visit, year round. The cities of Marrakech, Essaouira and Ouazarzate will introduce groups to bustling markets, food stalls and a vibrant street nightlife of music and performance. Groups on this school expedition can travel to an array of varied landscapes in six regions from arid and desert experiences to high-mountain treks or to explore the country's deep and fertile gorges.

Namibia

Namibia

Namibia provides a remarkably beautiful and unique environment, ideal for any school wishing to take an expedition to Africa and undertake a cultural project or significant exploration. Sandwiched between the Kalahari Desert and the South Atlantic coastline, the country has one of the most awe-inspiring landscapes in the world and holds many of Africa's most amazing natural landmarks including the Fish River Canyon, Waterberg Plateau, Namib Desert and Etosha National Park.

Nepal

Nepal

Though Nepal is without doubt the ultimate mountain region to experience on foot, there is more than snowy summits and glaciers for groups to encounter. Beyond the extensive trekking routes, there is also a stunning religious culture and a variety of additional activities to experience including safaris in Royal Chitwan National Park, dugout canoe excursions and thrilling white water rafting.

Northern India

Northern India

The North Indian region of Ladakh is the World's least populated piece of land and, containing over half of the Great Himalayan Range, and provides one of the continents finest trekking environments. Ideal for groups wanting to undertake a substantial trek, the country also provides opportunities for learning about the Buddhist and Indian culture, not only in Amritsar and Dharamsala, but also in Delhi, Varanasi, Sarnath and Agra.

Romania

Romania

With an abundance of trekking routes covering the entire Carpathian chain, the northern region of Transylvania is a landscape of fertile mountain ranges to explore by foot or ski. Here, pristine lakes and golden rivers provide thrilling kayaking and rafting experiences, while the regions UNESCO monuments of painted monasteries and fortified churches provide unique cultural tours and a fascinating insight into the region's colourful traditions.

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa is renowned for its diversity of both landscapes and people. It boasts spectacular game reserves, mountainous regions, desert, coastline and the rare fynbos vegetation system. 11 official languages and many different ethnic groups contribute to South Africa's reputation as the 'Rainbow Nation', ensuring its diversity makes it an ideal destination for school expeditions, community projects and adventurous itineraries.

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

This island jewel in the Indian Ocean has an incredible variety of landscapes and cultures to rival most places on earth. From the central mountains fringed with large forests, down to the tropical coastline, Sri Lanka is abundant in wildlife and plant life as well as historical and archaeological treasures, making it a perfect location for trekking adventures or field studies.

Vietnam

Vietnam

Vietnam presents one of the greatest walking experiences in Southeast Asia. Walking through jungles and across verdant landscapes, the mountainous north of Vietnam is home to many cheerful and vibrant hill tribes, such as the Hmong, Tay and Dao. One of the wonderful features of an adventure in Vietnam is spending a couple of nights in the village homes of some of these welcoming tribes and for your pupils to learn more about their culture and traditions.

Zambia

Zambia

Zambia not only holds geographical importance in Africa, but also an abundance of stunning scenery, remarkable wildlife and fascinating colonial and tribal history. It is a vast country of natural landmarks, including the Victoria Falls and several of the continents finest National Parks, including Kafue and South Luangwa. Zambia offers fantastic hiking and also provides opportunities for intimate and meaningful community projects and cultural exchanges.


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