Swap billboards of famous actors for billboards of anime figures. Head to Tokyo for a week of difference: make sushi, immerse yourself in the Pokémon Mega Centre, and pick up some quirky pieces in Harajuku.
Hit the slopes of Hakuba (Japan), Minakami (Japan), Northern China or Beijing. In all our trips, ski instructors coach you through until you’re confident going it alone. In Japan, take a day off to visit Jigokudani Wild Monkey Park. ‘Jigokudani’ translates as ‘hell valley’ because the cliffs are steep and hot springs let off steam – but the park is paradise for the snow monkeys.
South East Asia is the ideal destination for schools looking for budget trips without sacrificing on quality. Our trips run in Chiang Mai (Thailand), Laos, Siem Reap (Cambodia), Hội An (Vietnam) and Vietnam. Cycle in the jungle in Cambodia, chat with locals in a tribal village near Hội An, and discover the cultural heritage and diversity of Vietnam at Hanoi’s ethnology museum.
Our wide range of business trips are designed for students who want to get a taste for the working world or for MBA students looking for more experience. In Beijing, students can tour and take part in a Q&A at a tech company. Or get hands-on in a technical, marketing and team building workshop with Ferrari in Bologna.
London, England’s financial, cultural and administrative hub, provides the opportunity for a 1-day crash course in several sectors. Students can find out what it takes to run a start-up or get inspired learning about engineering and computer science.
Time to kill over the summer holidays? Give your students the experience of a lifetime with the Disaster Relief, Environmental Sustainability and Culture Trip in Japan. Learn about the devastating effects of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami at the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant, which suffered a nuclear meltdown as an effect. Keep your valuables and food clutched to your chest as you explore Arashiyama Monkey Park – monkeys can be mischievous!
Paris, the city of designers, boutiques and cutting-edge architecture. Start high with your head in the clouds – climb the Eiffel Tower and feast your eyes on the city you’re about to explore. On the ground, students can take a workshop in silk scarf painting and listen to an expert in French Art History on a street art tour.
We’re proud of our subject-specific, customisable trips in China, Japan, South East Asia, Europe and the UK. There’s something here for every school, every curriculum and every budget. Check out some taster itineraries here but remember, every location can be tailored to your students’ interests. Inspired by our school trip ideas? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to a member of our specialist team through the chat box!