Geography school trips

Geography

School Trips for geography students

Take your Geography students on an unforgettable adventure. Here are some of our customer favourites! Each can be tailored to your students to specifically meet their curriculum and trip objectives.

Rock formations in Iceland and National Parks in Namibia. 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! 

Iceland

Geography Tour

FR £579*Save More

Travel to the Laugardalur Valley and bathe in its geothermic pools. Drive along the country’s south coast to see the stunning Seljalandsfoss and Skógafoss waterfalls. Marvel at the spectacular Mýrdalsjökull glacier, scenic coastline and Reynisdrangar rock formations. Visit the Geysir Geothermal Field, where hot springs shoot columns of boiling water 30 metres into the sky!


Explore breathtaking Þingvellir National Park and see the Friðheimar greenhouse or the Hellisheiði geothermal plant. Take in the soaring peaks, bird cliffs and volcanic craters of the Snæfellsnes National Park. Discover the beautiful communities of Arnarstapi and Hellnar that lie in close proximity to the renowned Snæfellsjökull glacier. Finally, take a relaxing dip in the azure waters of the Blue Lagoon.

Zanzibar

School Trip

FR £865*7 Nights

The island is world-famous among travellers and tourists for its beautiful beaches, tropical climate and historic Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll work at one of two severely overcrowded and under-funded Zanzibar schools that educate a total of 8,000 children. Working at these schools, your pupils have the option of teaching, coaching sport or engaging in construction work. Student groups have the chance to make a tangible difference and improve prospects for local children in a sustained, manageable way.

Your project work, which is guaranteed to have tangible outcomes for both the project and your pupils, is fully-organised before you travel. This will be shared during our excellent pre-departure service.

Nepal

Geography Tour

FR £1,475*Save More

Explore Bhaktapur, one of UNESCO’s least-known but most amazing conservation projects, with its exquisite temples and royal palaces. Take a guided walking tour of Durbar and Pottery Square, meandering along narrow, cobbled alleyways. Drive along winding mountain roads, past rice terraces and forested hills towards Nuwakot, located 75km from the capital.


Explore the city's Bazaar, the centrepiece for the local community, drive west past terraced hillsides to Pokhara. You'll walk on paths that link small farming communities. Tackle steep climbs and wellworn inclines. On the final ascent, be rewarded with views of majestic Fishtail Mountain and the Annapurna ranges.

Morocco

Adventure Geography Tour

FR £559Save More

Morrocco, one of Africa's most diverse countries. Perfect for Geography students! Enjoy a walking tour of the city centre including a visit to the souk. Travel into the mountains to the Imlil Valley, here learn about traditional cooking techniques and the importance of subsistence agriculture. Cruise through green valleys, over the Atlas Mountains at the Tizi-n-Tichka Pass (2260 metres above sea level), arriving at Ouarzazate.


Journey on to an oasis settlement of underground houses. Here you’ll encounter nomadic farmers and explore the rolling dunes in Draa Valley. Meet your camelteers and begin your camel safari. Set up camp and prepare a traditional Moroccan dinner before bedding down in big, Bedouin-style tents.

Kenya

Culture Tour

FR £795*7 Nights

Home to over 45 million people most living below the poverty line. Our 10 partner projects support 3,500 children to help to change that. Your pupils will volunteer in Nakuru, Kenya’s fourth largest town. Assisting with teaching, sports coaching or construction work, their project work will change lives. Building on the work carried out by other schools, your trip will help to provide clean water, daily meals and an education for children living in some of Nakuru’s most severely deprived communities.

Your project work, which is guaranteed to have tangible outcomes for both the project and your pupils, is fully-organised before you travel. This will be shared during our excellent pre-departure service.