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Camps International are global leaders in ethical and sustainable travel, offering fully-supported life-enhancing school expeditions across Africa, Asia and Latin America
We offer a variety of expedition types, each offering a real and authentic cultural experience with a specialist focus:
Service Expeditions: Immersive service-learning trips giving students the opportunity to learn about global issues and make a positive impact through community, wildlife and environmental projects.
Real World Studies: Field study programmes aligned to core subject areas and linked to global curriculums including UK, IB, US and Australia.
Adventures by Camps: Adventure-based expeditions developed in line with the principles of adventure psychology, with thrilling itineraries in some of the world’s most spectacular destinations.
Not seeing something that suits the needs of your school? Get in touch and we can discuss a trip that aligns with your school’s vision.
The beautiful and biodiverse remote rainforest of Costa Rica will become your home on this exciting expedition. Work alongside conservationists to protect the natural environment and discover an array of colourful marine life as you learn to scuba dive.
Nature-lovers will be in their element in beautiful Ecuador. Discover the breathtaking Galapagos Islands, get up close and personal with some incredible wildlife and learn about how to protect our important natural environment.
Journey through the diverse landscapes of this equatorial country, from windswept highlands to vibrant coastal towns. Live and work alongside local people and master the fundamentals of scuba diving in the Pacific Ocean.
Ecuador’s jaw-dropping terrain sets the scene for some incredible adventures. Discover the unique local culture living alongside rural communities and embark on the challenge of a lifetime as you trek the volcanic peaks of the Andean mountains.
Immerse yourself in the rich and vibrant culture of Peru, as you play an important role in projects that are designed to provide sustainable long-term support to the communities, before taking on the ultimate bucket-list challenge – trekking to the ancient Inca ruins of Machu Picchu.