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 was developing students' awareness of the bigger global picture and seeing them grow as people.
The most important part of the trip for me was watching the students engage in an immersive cultural experience and feeling proud of their achievements and resilience. Also feeling very supported by their trip leader and ground staff in India.
I expected to learn a lot and we did. Expected pupils to engage, be inspired, challenged, shaken out of their comfort zones - most were at some point although this trip will probably affect them for the future too in ways yet unknown.
One of the most eye-opening experiences ever. Not only did I learn about a new culture, but the trip tested my friendships and resilience in many good ways and I'm really glad I went!
I was really inspired by what I learnt and it made me realise how much work goes into helping people around the world and how a lot still has to be done.
The trip exceeded my expectations and was much more enjoyable than I thought it would be, whilst still being extremely informative. Eye-opening, very enjoyable, and inspiring further research about the institutions we visited.