MEANINGFUL CONSERVATION ADVENTURES CREATED ESPECIALLY FOR YOU & YOUR STUDENTS
FLEXIBLE AND PERSONALISED ITINERARIES
While we have suggested trip lengths and itineraries, these are flexible and we will connect you with a programme that meets the interests and needs of you and your students.
CONTRIBUTE TO AFRICAN CONSERVATION
Our partners are organisations that take conservation seriously. This means that all our programmes have meaningful impact, allowing your students to become active citizens knowing that their contribution is significant.
ENJOY AN ADVENTURE WITH YOUR STUDENTS
Embark on this experience as an opportunity for you to learn and discover as much as your students. Bring new richness into your classroom, have fun and connect with your students in new ways.
LEARNING IN ACTION
This is place-based and experiential learning like no other. Our programmes expose students to real-world conservation issues, allowing them to learn and engage in new environments, with different cultures and with each other.
YOU TRAVEL FOR FREE
With the minimum number of students, our programmes are designed to cover the costs of at least one teacher or facilitator.
WE ORGANISE EVERYTHING FROM START TO FINISH
School trips are fun, but they can be a big job to organise. From gauging initial interest to sending you on your way, we do all the work so there is less worry for you!
“Exploring Africa’s wild places with my students was a dream come true. Freed from the four walls of the classroom, my students learned deeply and authentically about ecosystems and conservation issues – the curriculum brought to life! It was such a joy sharing in their fun and learning and an utter privilege to witness their growth as thoughtful, worldly, empathetic and calmer young adults. Nature really is the best teacher.” – Teacher
“Thank you for organising a wonderful trip for our students! We all had a fantastic and impactful experience – and many students expressed an interest in returning to your camps in the near future. I’m confident the school will make this an annual event.” – Teacher