Explore from the panoramic Albanian Alps, to Europe’s last wild river, and the coastal waters of the Mediterranean - a unique place where hydropower meets conservation.
Ancient history, sea turtle conservation, refugee support, and biodynamic farming - all while surrounded by turquoise Mediterranean waters along the largest coastline in Europe.
Outstanding Himalayan trekking and jungle safaris, inspirational workshops on development and conservation, life-changing poverty-reduction projects.
Snorkel off stunning coral reefs, explore tropical forests and learn about conservation, biodiversity and ecology on this island paradise.
In one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, explore cloud forests, coastlines, volcanoes and participate in wildlife protection and conservation projects.
Explore the world's oldest tropical forests with its amazing wildlife. Learn about sustainable development, the protection of endangered species and preserving traditional culture.
From the Indian Himalayas to the Golden Temple or the Taj Mahal, immerse yourself in ancient cultures to learn about world religions, sustainable development and human rights.
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The most important experience of the trip was getting the students to see what goes on in international agencies (dispelling some prejudices and inspiring them to get involved globally).
Exceeded the expectations. Again, I cannot reinforce the importance of the GA programme and the benefit it has on all – students and staff alike.
The trip was very inspiring and gave me unique insights into UN agencies. I would recommend this trip to everyone regardless of their anticipated field of study - whether international relations, science or even philosophy!
I just wanted to thank you for our son's transformational trip to Nepal. You gave them an extraordinary and unique experience for which he, and we, are very grateful. Brilliantly and safely orangised exposure to a country he knew very little about and returned from enriched and much motivated to do more.
It was fantastic that it covered so many aspects of the curriculum - this trip also went way beyond what they learn in school.
I really enjoyed working with the NGO’s like recycling arts centre and the seaweed farm as we could directly see the impact on how to reduce the issues.