Our fully supported school expeditions to Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Malawi provide students with extraordinary opportunities for travel, adventure and personal growth. Africa is the perfect expedition location because it has so much to offer: world-class beaches, abundant wildlife, jaw-dropping scenery and some of the warmest and friendliest people you are ever likely to meet. Students will travel out as a team and live and work alongside local people on a wide range of initiatives designed to help improve living standards within their community. We work in rural areas of East Africa where the majority of people are living below the poverty line and don’t have access to proper education facilities, medical treatment or even clean drinking water, so students will be contributing much needed support.
Explore Malawi, The Warm Heart of Africa. This trip is the perfect opportunity to experience all that Africa has to offer. Not only will you get to see the ..read more.View
Welcome to Camp Tanzania! Starting in the breathtaking foothills of Kilimanjaro the main camp is located near Moshi. This trip provides students with firsthand experience of Tanzanian culture through participation in our award-winning projects ..read more.View
Based in a unique location in Uganda “The Pearl of Africa”, this trip takes in vital community activities and conservation initiatives. Camp Uganda work in partnership with Kirundi Primary School. ..read more.View
Based from two different locations in Uganda ‘The Pearl of Africa,’ this trip takes in vital conservation initiatives and community activities. Working in partnership with the only safe haven for white rhino the Ziwa ..read more.View
Based from Camp Tsavo, this expedition provides students with the opportunity to take park in a wide range of community, conservation, environmental and wildlife activities. It facilitates positive learning outcomes and ..read more.View
This is Camp Kenya’s most exciting Ocean Camp for Scuba Diving, it is located right on the ocean front. For centuries the caves were used as “Kayas” (shrines) and also as hiding places where ..read more.View