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Borneo

Borneo

Part of Malaysia, the states of Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo are home to ancient forests, a vast array of plant and animal life, and diverse cultures. The third largest island in the world, Borneo has long been a magnet for biologists, divers, conservationists and jungle trekking enthusiasts, and is an incredible place to take your pupils on an unforgettable school trip.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

The most developed Central American country lends itself beautifully to the school expedition of a lifetime! Travelling the breadth of Costa Rica, groups who come on this expedition will experience a fantastic variation in environment and biodiversity; from the dry tropical forest along the Pacific Coast, up to the cloud forest along the mountainous continental divide and down to the marshy Caribbean Coast through tropical rainforest.

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.

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.

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.


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