Here are some of our customer favourites! Each can be tailored to your students to specifically meet their curriculum and trip objectives. Whether it is a short trip, or a long haul adventure; Our Educational Travel Experts have been there and done that, so they're perfectly able to advise on a location to best suit your group!
Majestic Rome; ummissable for leisure and tourism students, discover the inner workings of this city, that says hello to over 4.2 million tourists per year. Enjoy a visit to the most beautiful of Italian squares; Piazza Navona, often called The Theatre of Stone. Take a captivating tour of Ancient Rome, ticking off Piazza Venezia, the Campidoglio, the Colosseum and the gladiator arena. Explore more of what the city has to offer with visits to Constantine’s Arch, The Palantine and the outside of the Circo Massimo; the largest Roman arena. Discover the Vatican, the heart of Catholicism, which holds numerous treasures; Piazza San Pietro and the Basilica; San Giovanni Laterano; the Lungotevere and the Tiberina Island.
The Capital of UAE (Abu Dhabi) is bigger than all six of the other Emirates combined, a popular destination among Leisure & Tourism students. Try camel riding at a Bedouin campsite and watch Arabic dancing over a tasty BBQ dinner. Hop on the Monorail to the Palm Jumeirah, tour the Atlantis Hotel and world’s largest shopping centre. See the Burj Khalifa; the tallest structure on Earth, taking in breathtaking views from level 124’s observation deck. Tick off Dubai Creek, Fort Al Fahidi, the Gold Souk plus a boat trip to the fragrant Spice Market. Lunch at the Sheikh Mohammed Centre then take a moonlit cruise aboard a traditional dhow. Visit Abu Dhabi’s Marina Mall and Central Market for an impressive shopping experience! For a farewell treat; try dining at Asian restaurant, Burj Al Arab Junsui.
Studying Leisure & Tourism? Canada should be top of your list. Travel down the Trans-Canada Highway towards Montréal. Take a cruise through the 1000 islands between Canada and the USA before arriving in Montréal for a welcome dinner. Explore Montréal, the (so-called) City of Festivals. Take a trip to Québec City to visit the Chateau Frontenac, Montmorency Falls and the Plains of Abraham. Stroll along the cobblestone streets of old Québec and enjoy the street musicians and fine food! Drive to the small village of Tadoussac where you will board a Zodiac to search for whales. Return to Québec City where you are free to explore at your leisure. See the beautiful ski village of Mont Tremblant in the Laurentian Mountains. Hit the road through the spectacular Laurentian Hills towards Ottawa.