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It's time to start emptying that Bucket! Take a school trip to Vietnam and Cambodia

In the 21st century the world seems to get smaller year by year and access to far flung destinations has becoming increasingly easy. The mystique of the far east has been around for centuries, ever since Marco Polo returned with treasures that European eyes could only gaze at in awe.


Why go on a school trip to Morocco?

Morocco, a country of great contrasts and only a short flight time from the UK, is the perfect place to visit on a school trip.  Morocco is the exotic getaway on Europe's doorstep and is a real treat for the senses. Vibrant ancient cities, awe-inspiring mountain ranges and ancient Berber communities still untouched and preserved in the remote corners of...


The pro's and cons of 'In-term' travel

At Voyager School Travel we have always advocated the huge benefits to children and teenagers who travel abroad whilst at school. Life experiences on school trips to unfamiliar destinations where history, geography culture and gastronomy come to life are invaluable - as the famous quote says:


The 5 most exciting countries to visit in 2017, chosen by the world’s top travel bloggers

The online travel magazine Wanderlust has recently published it’s top 5 countries to visit in 2017, and Voyager Worldwide are very excited to a be able to offer trips to 3 of their recommendations. Having canvassed eminent travel bloggers such as Expert Vagabond and Nomad Revelations, Wanderlust published their top 5 just before Christmas. 


5 unbeatable destinations for school trips!

At Voyager Worldwide we are constantly on the look-out for exciting and inspiring destinations around the globe that are suitable for UK school trips. 


Top 12 cities around the world for catching Pokemon!

Whatever your position on the adoption of new technologies in education, an unavoidable truth about every generation henceforth is that the smart phone will play a part in their lives.  How big  a part will depend on parenting, classroom rules and policy,  and of course the individual.


International bright young things set for global exploration

Never has there been a time when the phrase ‘The world is closer than you think’ could be more appropriate. At Voyager School Travel we launched our Worldwide offering in 2015 and in 2016 we’ve extended this to International Schools.  Sophie Berry, Voyager’s International Schools specialist explains, ‘Having arranged a number of successful, bespoke tours for International Schools from places such as Abu Dhabi and Malaysia, we recognised that the infrastructure, expertise and knowledge at Voyager was the perfect platform to extend our offering to schools based outside the UK.’


School Trips Broaden Our Horizons

Voyager School Travel is based in Brighton which is also the home of the new Children’s Laureate for the UK, Chris Riddell. Chris is rather an inspiration to many young people. My children have been served up a diet of Chris’s books since they first got their mits on books. His beautifully-illustrated picture books like The Emperor of Absurdia  and Until I Met Dudley are a feast for young eyes and imaginations. My eleven-year-old son has recently got into the wonderfully illustrated Edge Chronicles, while my daughter is loving his self-penned and gorgeously illustrated novels about Goth Girl.

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