Over thousands of years, China has never done things by halves, and in the 21st century the scale and size of pretty much everything is often incomprehensible. From the Great Wall, the Terracotta army, the vast, sprawling futuristic cities and the sheer numbers of people, all make the mind boggle. The country is rich with subject and substance to inspire students of pretty much any curriculum or vocation, and the immersive, sensory experience is sure to lodge in the memory for a lifetime.
5 unbeatable destinations for school trips!
18 Nov 2016 16:13
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.
Whilst we have some really exciting new country’s to visit in the pipeline, we’re really pleased that for 2017, the number of trips we’re organising to tried and tested, jaw-to-the-floor destinations is increasing weekly.
Here are our top 5 Worldwide destinations that in our opinion are perfect for your school tour.
Much like a visit to its Chinese neighbour, a school tour to India will make a lasting impression on your students. Simultaneously inspiring and challenging, the contrast between the plethora of awesome sights, from the Taj Mahal to the Golden Temple, and the sights and smells of the poor city streets makes for a truly remarkable and eye-opening experience.
In spite of recent political events, the USA will remain an extremely popular destination for school groups for many years to come. From New York to the Grand Canyon, Capitol Hill to Niagara Falls, The USA is truly blessed with wonders and marvels that can only serve to enhance students understanding of Science, Geography, History and Politics in the context of your curriculum.
Voyager Worldwide’s Moscow and St. Petersburg school tour gets under the skin of these two truly epic cities. Centuries of rivalry, wealth and power can be studied along with garnering a sense of Russia’s modern position in commerce, the arts, science and sport.
Costa Rica is a world leader in sustainability and when you visit you’ll understand why, the natural wonder of the country is truly breath taking. It may be considered long-haul, but the rewards are entirely worth the effort, particularly if your school group are biologists, scientists or geographers.