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Ciucas and the Danube Delta | 12 days

Ciucas and the Danube Delta | 12 days

This trip is a great introduction to Romania taking in both the Carpathian Mountains and the Danube Delta. Start off with hiking in the Piatra Craiului and the Bucegi Mountains and complete the trip with a sea kayak excursion in the waterways of the Delta.

Diving & Adventure | 14 days

Diving & Adventure | 14 days

Borneo fills the imagination with jungle wildlife and tropical seas! This itinerary allows pupils to complete a PADI Open Water while learning about marine conservation. Visit the famous Sepilok Orangutan Cente and stay in a jungle camp on the banks of the Kinabatangan River!

Ethiopia Community Project | 11 days

Ethiopia Community Project | 11 days

The Schools Worldwide team have developed many itineraries to Ethiopia over the years and have prepared the following school expedition based on our personal recommendations and experiences. However, as with all our school expeditions, every itinerary is flexible and can be tailored to suit your school and your group. You can choose this itinerary exactly as it stands, or use it as a starting point for your group's own unique overseas experience...

Jebel Sahro | 9 days

Jebel Sahro | 9 days

This trip is fantastic for younger groups or those fairly new to trekking. Crossing the Jebel Sahro mountain range, you will pass tiny villages and stop at beautiful remote camping spots. Includes a tour of Marrakech and the World Heritage Site of Ait Ben Haddou.

Learn to Dive in Oman | 14 days

Learn to Dive in Oman | 14 days

The Schools Worldwide team have developed many itineraries to Oman over the years and have prepared the following school expedition based on our personal recommendations and experiences. However, as with all our school expeditions, every itinerary is flexible and can be tailored to suit your school and your group. You can choose this itinerary exactly as it stands, or use it as a starting point for your group's own unique overseas experience...

Markha Valley Traverse | 17 days

Markha Valley Traverse | 17 days

A great option for the UK summer holidays, this challenging trek takes pupils through a spectacular mountain scenery of high passes, verdant valleys and wonderfully remote villages. Also included are visits to the Taj Mahal, Delhi and the Red Fort at Agra.

Moldoveanu and the Fagaras Mountains | 8 days

Moldoveanu and the Fagaras Mountains | 8 days

This multi-activity trip takes you to the summit of the highest peak in Romania, then back down to explore the village of Bran and its famous castle, before setting off on a two day kayak excursion on a river in the foothills of the Fagaras Mountains.

Mountains & Spice Island Adventure | 19 days

Mountains & Spice Island Adventure | 19 days

Tanzania is an unforgettable destination for groups that are looking for a combination of trekking, wildlife and cultural experiences. This itinerary takes in the best of country, from the forested mountains and high peaks to the deserted beaches of Zanzibar.

Mreznica River & Velebit Mountains | 8 days

Mreznica River & Velebit Mountains | 8 days

Water and mountain activities all week long are the feature of this action packed itinerary. The trip starts with rafting and kayaking on the Mreznica River, continues with trekking in the canyons of Velebit Nature Park and finishes on the Dalmatian Coast.

Sri Lanka Expedition | 11 days

Sri Lanka Expedition | 11 days

This itinerary is a fantastic introduction to the geography, wildlife and culture of Sri Lanka. Through a series of day treks, groups will experience an incredible variety of landscapes and learn about the history and traditions of this 'Island Paradise'.

Toubkal Circuit | 12 days

Toubkal Circuit | 12 days

This brilliant trekking itinerary provides excellent acclimatisation prior to an ascent on Mount Toubkal. You then head to the coast at Essaouira for some well-deserved rest before finishing up in Marrakesh where the group can try their hand at bartering in the souks!

Wadi Rum Trek & Petra | 11 days

Wadi Rum Trek & Petra | 11 days

This itinerary covers all the major sights in Jordan, as well as containing a significant trek through the desert of the Wadi Rum. Visit the ancient city of Petra, camp with your Bedouin guides under the stars and experience floating in the Dead Sea!

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Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa

Ethiopia's capital sits at 2,500 metres above sea level in the Entoto Mountains. Addis Ababa is Africa's fourth largest city and, for the first time visitor, is an assault on the senses. From farmers herding their flocks down the busy main streets on market days to the city types cruising around in their sleek black cars, this is a city of outstanding diversity.

Awash National Park

Awash National Park

This volcanic landscape offers you the chance to admire some of the diverse birdlife and gazelle that Ethiopia boasts. It covers over 750 square kms of acacia woodland and grassland. If you are lucky, you might even see a North African Ostrich!

Gondar

Gondar

Gondar was the first capital of the Ethiopian empire. Known as the Camelot of Africa, it is rich in art and culture as well as being famous for its many medieval castles and churches. Being at the crossroads of three major caravan routes carrying slaves, ivory and gold, this made Gondar legendary for its wealth and splendour. You will get the chance to explore this magnificent city with its old palaces, gardens and banqueting halls.

Jebel Shams

Jebel Shams

Jebal Shams Mountain is the highest mountain in Oman (3,028m). Hidden deep inside the Al Hajar Mountains, surrounded by rocks and barely accessible by a winding dirt road, lies the tiny village of Balad Seet in the Sultanate of Oman. A popular destination for adventure seekers, Balad Seet reveals to the visitor the secret of the Omani people's hard working nature, culture, tradition since many centuries and their way of harnessing the local environment for their well-being.

Jungle trekking

Jungle trekking

Trail blazing through the jungle Machette in hand. Sleeping in Hammocks, cooking on open fires your really adventure starts in the jungle!

Lake Tana

Lake Tana

Ethiopia's largest lake and the source of the Blue Nile. The lake has 37 islands, some of which are home to very beautiful traditional Coptic monasteries. Not one to be missed, visit some of the monasteries on the islands and shore by boat.

Muscat

Muscat

Oman's capital and by far its largest city, Muscat, is an interesting combination of the country's past and present. Much of the city is modern consisting of low-rise, white-washed suburbs which sprawl along the coast and stately government buildings which line the main highway into town through to the high-rise office blocks of the Central Business District. Significant reminders of the city's past remain however, including port district of Muttra and the nearby quarter of Old Muscat, spread out along the seafront lined with ancient Portuguese forts, colorful mosques and assorted traditional Arabian buildings.

PADI Diving in Oman

PADI Diving in Oman

This country is proud of its huge diversity of aquatic life from the amazing soft and hard coral gardens to the abundance of fish, mammals, crustacean's, rays with the frequent sightings of turtles and even sharks! Whether you are diving on a reef garden, a wreck or a thickly corralled wall, the dive sites are suitable for all levels and experience.

Simien Mountains

Simien Mountains

A world heritage site, and one of the few places in Africa where snow falls regularly, the Simien Mountains offer some beautiful trekking over dramatic terrain. You will have the chance to see the Geleda baboons, Lammergeyer and perhaps even a glimpse of the rare Walya Ibex.

Wahiba Sands

Wahiba Sands

Whilst not as famous as its neighbour - The Empty Quarter, the Wahiba Sands have everything from towering dunes to valleys of harder packed ground. Experience the isolation and quiet in the dunes at sunrise or sunset, and see Bedouin communities living in this harsh environment. Spend the night wild camping in the desert, sleeping out under the Arabian stars.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia

There is more to Ethiopia than the desert wasteland and endless shanty towns that the country has become synonymous with. Nestled in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia is a mecca for archaeological enthusiasts with the first archaeological finds dating back more than 3 million years; this is a land of ancient culture and is one of the world's oldest civilizations. Ethiopia's landscapes are no less diverse or dramatic. Boasting some of the most amazing trekking opportunities from the mountains in the north, enticing those looking for unforgiving and extreme adventures, to those lowland areas in the south offering a remote and cultural experience. Even if you have trekked everywhere else, we guarantee that memories of the Simien Mountains of Ethiopia will remain with you forever. The unique scenery is surprisingly spectacular, the people delightful and the visit to the historical sites, awe inspiring.

Finland

Finland

Finland is an excellent summer or winter destination for school groups who wish to experience the calm and tranquility of a stunning, natural wilderness environment. A joy to explore, by foot or on water, the Thousand Lakes region, which covers the eastern border, and the Hossa hiking area just south of Lapland offer an extensive network of pathways and waterways which lead through pristine forests and over shimmering lakes.

Jordan

Jordan

Jordan is a country saturated with cultural heritage and natural beauty. The warm welcome of its traditional Bedouin people combined with its breathtaking scenery will leave every group member astounded by the diversity of its many treasures. Combining mountains, deserts and beaches, ancient churches, lost cities and a rich religious history, Jordan offers truly remarkable adventurous and educational opportunities for school adventure holidays.

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.

Oman

Oman

Oman is one of the best kept secrets of the Middle East and is a fascinating destination for visitors. With its striking scenery from deep canyons to large fjords, the rolling sand dunes of Wahiba Sharqiyah Sands to clear blue waters, sandy beaches and friendly people, this is not a place to be missed! A trip to Oman offers a rare glimpse of this part of the Arab world without the excessive wealth that is synonymous with this region. The country boasts an abundance of natural beauty and is challenging and diverse. Maintaining much of its traditions, this provides and engaging cultural experience for all who visit. From its endless deserts to spectacular mountains and beautiful coastline, Oman has something for everyone.

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.


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