educational geography tours

School Geography Trips

Designed to match your curriculum and meet your learning requirements

Wherever in the world you decide to travel, our school geography trips are designed to provide a holistic geographical experience, building in elements of physical, human and environmental geography. 

Allow your students to witness first-hand some of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders, explore the interactions between people, place and environment and understand contemporary geographical challenges. Offering a wide range of destinations, our school geography trips will take you off the beaten track and we’ll provide even more support with our specialist Field Study Tutors and award-winning study resources. Because we believe the best way to learn is through adventure. 

 

 

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Views of skogafoss waterfall on a school geography trip to Iceland

School Geography Trips to Iceland

From waterfalls to glaciers, ice caves to lava tubes and lagoons to geysirs - Iceland offers an unforgettable adventure!

From £879pp i

School Geography Trips to West Iceland

Take a rocky retreat to the west coast of Iceland where craters, gorges and waterfalls awaits you!

From £1,099pp i
The beautiful skies of the Azores on a Geography School Trip

School Geography Trips to The Azores

Explore São Miguel's green-coated calderas, forest-ringed lakes, steaming fumaroles and volcanic complex of Sete Cidades.

From £825pp i
Views of Mount Etna in Sicily

School Geography Trips to Sicily

Trek across the smoking hulk of Mount Etna, explore the Alcantara Gorge, Giardini Naxos and the ancient ruins of Siracusa.

From £599pp i
Colourful coastiline of Capri Island

School Geography Trips to the Bay of Naples

Physical and human geography in abundance, from Mount Vesuvius, Pompeii and Herculaneum to Capri and the Amalfi Coast.

From £519pp i
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School Geography Trips to the Bay of Naples & Sicily

See the best of the Bay of Naples before taking an overnight ferry to Sicily. An all-round geographical experience!

From £649pp i
Rome & The Bay of Naples

School Geography Trips to Rome & the Bay of Naples

Explore the history, culture and architecture of Rome, and the rocky coastlines and volcanic landscapes of the Bay of Naples.

From £589pp i

School Geography Trips to the Netherlands

See some of the best examples of coastal defences, climate change and urban change. A perfect, close-to-home option!

From £349pp i
The colourful Park Güell by Antoni Gaudí in Barcelona

School Geography Trips to Spain

The rugged peaks of Montserrat, the volcanic landscape of La Garrotxa and bustling Barcelona, Costa Brava has it all!

From £525pp i
Amazing scenery of mountains and trees with School Geography Trips to Switzerland

School Geography Trips to Switzerland

Ride cable-cars to snow-capped mountain peaks, ramble along the River Eau, and see some incredible glacial landscapes.

From £685pp i

School Geography Trips to Tenerife

Hike to great heights or venture below Mount Teide, this island offers rocky shores, volcanic landscapes and pure geographical drama.

From £585pp i
Camel Riding

School Geography Trips to Morocco

A diverse haven of sweeping deserts, rural Berber villages, remote mountain ranges and the never-ending streets of Marrakech.

From £1225pp i
Upper Antelope Slot Canyon 4WD & Canyon Walk

School Geography Trips to South West USA

The Grand Canyon, Zion Canyon, Yosemite National Park, Hoover Dam and Las Vegas – geography at its biggest and boldest!

From £2,499pp i
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School Geography Trips to China

A spectacular scene of limestone mountains, river gorges and rice terraces, few countries have a landscape like China.

From £2,550pp i
Cameron Highlands 4WD Tour & Flower Farm

School Geography Trips to Singapore & Malaysia

Experience the diversity of landscapes, culture, people. From green urban spaces to tea plantations and age-old jungles.

From £2,150pp i
Royal Albert Dock

School Geography Trips to Liverpool

Explore a city leading the way in urban regeneration and conduct physical fieldwork in Snowdonia or along the Sefton Coast.

From £225pp i

School Geography Trips to North Wales

See superb examples of glacial and post glacial processes in Nant Francon and Cwm Idwal, before exploring Snowdonia National Park.

From £225pp i

School Geography Trips to London

A great place to study urban change and regeneration. Visit Stratford, the Olympic Park and the Natural History Museum.

From £225pp i

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Financial Protection

Your trip is protected through our ABTA bonding & ATOL membership.

24hr Tour Support

Access to our 24 hour on tour emergency telephone support.

Specialist Teams

We're here to guide and support you every step of the way.

 

For extra support and geographical expertise

Our specialist Field Study Tutors are here to share their specialist knowledge and geographical insight, helping to inspire your students and take the pressure off you as the party leader.

 

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All the added extras

NEW – Iceland Series

It’s been a long time in the planning for us to launch an Iceland Series of resources for teachers. With individual packs to target both GCSE and A-Level teaching, we’ve got you covered! They’re designed to provide teachers with a wealth of practical aids to deliver Geographical teaching on a range of hot topics, using Iceland as an engaging case study.

 

UNIT 2: Energy Resources – is now live!

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Real experiences

Why schools choose us

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A spectacular sense of otherness, experiencing alien landscapes, under the midnight sun – a life changing adventure!

Phil Brooks, Dudley College
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A fantastic experience for students to develop their classroom knowledge and be inspired by the amazing physical geography of Iceland.

Calley Toomey, Bishop Justus C of E School
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An excellent ‘full on tour’ of the natural glacial and tectonic features of Iceland!

Elizabeth Taylor, Chenderit School

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