Connecting students with space and place through educational travel focused on providing context to classroom learning.
Promote understanding of environments, culture and society through a geography tour with Educating Adventures. Develop your student geographers inquisitive minds by encouraging interest in people, places, and the natural world.
When it comes to geography trips, New Zealand and the USA are the most popular destinations.
New Zealand provides the perfect backdrop for a fun and educational geography trip. The variety of landscapes and unique biodiversity create an abundance of field work opportunities. Students can explore changing glaciers, mysterious fiords, dramatic mountains and volcanic regions. As well as discovering spectacular coastlines, beautiful scenery and the world's smallest penguin species!
There is a large number of hands-on learning opportunities on a geography trip to the Grand Canyon in the USA with many activities for exploring the diverse landscape offered in one of the driest states in the USA.
Provide real world context to your classroom learning and inspire the geographers of the future.
Find out more about our various geography trips below:
Experience the vibrant culture and unique geography of South America on this incredible tour of Argentina and Brazil
Connecting space with place; tour the scenic South Island of New Zealand where students will learn first hand about a variety of geographic aspects.
Adventure, learning and exciting activities all in one educational school trip.
Schools on a kayaking adventure in New Zealand
Students trying a haka during a Maori cultural performance in Queenstown, New Zealand
Students exploring the Tasman Glacier in Mt. Cook, New Zealand
I was very impressed with Educating Adventures. I have organised many school trips and I would say that they are the best school travel company that I have dealt with. They thought of everything and ensured that nothing was missed in the build up to the trip. The EA rep was fantastic, could not do enough for us.