School Trips

School Trips

Exciting and stimulating School Trips tailored to your school’s needs

Learning within the classroom setting can be fun but you can’t beat taking your students on School Trips where they’ll learn in exciting new environments. You can teach them history about the blitz in World War II from a whiteboard or arrange School Trips where they can learn first hand about the shelters that were used in key parts of London. Looking for inspiration for School Trips of the future? Trying to arrange College Trips at the moment? Consult educational travel services and they can create bespoke College Trips and unique School Trips that will prove to be enthralling for your students.

Where to go on the School Trips

That depends on what you have in mind. You might have students studying art history at the moment, and want to show them paintings from a certain period in time? How about taking them on School Trips to an art museum where works of art from the most prolific painters of our time are hung for the public to enjoy? Take your pupils on School Trips and they can experience settings, sights and experiences that are relevant to their studies. Learning doesn’t have to be confined to the classroom setting, College Trips can be included as part of the syllabus. Organise School Trips or College Trips through educational travel services and the tours will empower your pupils with a wealth of newfound knowledge.

Travel services take the strain out of organising School Trips

They keep things simple. Request a brochure about the School Trips and you’ll see there are numerous possibilities that could be of real benefit to your pupils. From now on, all of your College Trips, University Trips or School Trips can be arranged with the help of the vastly experienced providers of educational travel services. Speak to them in person, let them know what you have in mind and they can provide you with School Trips or College Trips that can support your students’ educational needs. Stick with the classroom setting and you’ll be doing your pupils a disservice. Arrange School Trips as part of their curriculum and see as they thrive in their new learning zone. contact us today via our award winning website for your bespoke School Trips and College Trips quotation


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Kayaking Trips

Kayaking Trips

Kayaking is considered as one of favourite activities which looks like a packet of Pringles. Why during your trip you don’t try to become a taster of sea kayaking or canoeing? This article will share you more the ultimate kayaking trips worth doing.


(1) Canoe Safari in Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe, one of the top 10 game reserves in Africa. Safaris are quite run of the mill these days, but for those with a passion for canoes and a love of wildlife, you really can’t go wrong. Paddle through the still water of the Mana Pools and watch the elephants, hippos and herds of buffalo from a dug out Canadian canoe on the river…


(2) Kayaking Milford Sound in New Zealand – If you’re going to New Zealand, then there is no excuse for not visiting Milford Sound on the South Island. Most people explore here by boat, but why not take to the water in a kayak and experience the majestic beauty close up? With waterfalls cascading down sheer cliffs and verdant mountains providing astounding backdrops, this is Mother Nature at her best.


(3) JohnstoneStrait Kayaking. This area of water, at the north end of Vancouver Island, Canada, is well known for its annual visitors – killer whales, or orca. Seeing these amazing creatures upfront has got to rate up there as an out of this world experience. And if the wildlife isn’t enough to whet your appetite, the rocky coast line holds many coves and beaches to explore, as well as a dense rainforest inland for hiking.


(4) Sea Kayaking in Greece – climate, food, rich history and amazing coastlines, Greece is a perfect destination for summer holidays. The tiny island of Milos, a 4 hour ferry ride from Athens, is one of the jewels in this country’s crown. With over 130km of coastline to explore and over 150 sea caves, there is plenty for the adventurous sea kayaker to explore here. With abbey-like roofs, intriguing passages and dark tunnels to investigate and some great snorkelling too, this is a hidden gem.


(5) Kayak the TwinLakes in Alaska – Lake Clark National Park in South Central Alaska is made up of turquoise lakes and dense spruce and poplar forests. This is true wilderness country, with dramatic mountains and abundant wildlife including bears and caribou. It is the solitude of kayaking here that is so appealing. Remote, peaceful and wild, kayaking on one of the two large lakes here is not about adrenalin, but taking in the remote and awe-inspiring scenery.


(6) Kayaking the Galapagos – With over 100 islets and crags to explore, there is plenty of scope hereto get off the beaten track and away from the hoards of tourists to places that the large boats simply can’t reach. In both the sea and on land there is a fascinating wealth of flora and fauna to discover and in a region that has seen such environmental exploitation, exploring under your own steam by paddle will have a negligible impact on the wildlife.


(7) Kayaking in Mexico – The Sea of Cortez, off Mexico’s Baja Peninsula, is home to close to 100 islands, all of them enveloped by crystal blue seas. Loreto Bay, within the sea, is a designated Unesco World Heritage Site and is there to protect the fantastic marine life found there. Sea kayaking here in the winter season is all about the whales. Blue whales, over five time longer than an average sea kayak, migrate to these waters, alongside their smaller, but no less magnificent relatives, humpback, fin and Sei Whales.


(8) Kayaking Turkey‘s Coast – The rocky coastline of South West Turkey’s Turquoise Coast provides a fantastic destination for sea kayakers – novices and intermediate alike. There is true variety to be found her, with quiet bays, high cliffs and secret caves. The Taurus Mountains form an impressive backdrop, and the coastline is interspersed with sandy beaches, where turtles creep up at night to lay their eggs.


(9) Kayaking in the Scottish Highlands – The Highlands, in North West Scotland, are a dramatic location for kayaking, with lochs and a stunning coastline to boot. The Forth of Lorn offers one of the world’s best sea kayaking venues, with rocky islets and challenging tide races to navigate. Crags and dark caves can be expected, with the ever-changing weather adding to the excitement and challenge. Not for the faint-hearted.


(10) Canoeing the Amazon – Based in the North East of Ecuador, the Aguas Negras River is in the middle of the Cuyabeno Reserve. This is remote and off the beaten track at its best. With flooded forest and lakes connected by blackwater rivers, you can paddle into the heart of the Rainforest, leaving the modern world far behind you. Add to that, parrots and toucans flying overhead and dolphins, anacondas and caimans in the water and you have a pretty magical trip!


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