Our Scouts & Guides expeditions to Africa provide an eye-opening and immersive volunteering experience.
With our tailor-made expeditions, your young people can make a meaningful difference at our partner schools in Ghana, Kenya or Zanzibar. At the same time, they’ll learn new skills, explore a new culture, and increase their understanding of global citizenship.
On your trip, your Scouts or Girlguides can help teach in lessons, run sports sessions, or build new facilities at our partner schools. Whatever they choose, they’ll be helping to improve the quality of education that our partner schools provide.
We make organising an expedition as simple as possible, so you can focus on making a difference.
From helping to launch your trip to your safe return home, we'll look after you from start to finish.
We’ve organised many Scouts & Guides expeditions to Africa over the past 12 years, so you’ll be in good hands.
Create Global Citizens
Your young people will be taken out of their comfort zone before returning home more knowledgeable, understanding, and mature young adults.
Make an Impact
After safety, the most important part of your trip is the work you carry out at your host school, and this is central to how we plan your trip.
Build Long-Term Relationships
Long-term sustainable development doesn’t happen overnight. We can help lay the foundations to build a long-lasting relationship.
why scouts and girlguides choose us
said that the experience met or exceeded their expectations
said their trip gave them a better understanding of the world
said their trip has given them the confidence to try new things
“This trip was a true adventure - geographically, culturally and personally.”
- Eustya - Surbiton South Explorer Scouts
Scouts and girlguides trip package
What’s Not Included?
Our trips proudly focus on volunteering, but you can make your trip extra special by choosing from an exciting range of extraordinary adventure activities to embark on during your downtime at the weekend.
“The most insightful and amazing trip…I would love to do it again and again.”
Melissa – Girlguiding Cheshire Border