We are a member of the UK’s largest travel association.
ABTA is the UK’s largest travel association representing travel agents and tour operators. They have been a trusted travel brand for more than 60 years, offering advice and guidance to the travelling public, as well as leading the travel industry in supporting high service standards, working with its members on health and safety, and promoting responsible tourism at home and abroad.
We provide 100% financial protection to each and every volunteer.
All our flight-inclusive trips are financially protected by the ATOL scheme. When you pay you will be supplied with an ATOL Certificate. Please ask for it and check to ensure that everything you booked (flights, hotels and other services) is listed on it. For further information, please see our booking terms and conditions or visit ATOL.org.uk.
Our trips provide high-quality, tangible educational outcomes.
The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom is the national voice for learning outside the classroom. They believe that every young person (0-19yrs) should experience the world beyond the classroom as an essential part of learning and personal development, whatever their age, ability or circumstances.
Our risk assessments are independently audited.
Since its inception the School Travel Forum has won widespread recognition and support for the way it simplifies and provides essential reassurance for leaders looking to organise educational trips. STF Assured Members understand and facilitate the needs of educational travel; manage safety effectively; offer fair terms and conditions, and the best financial security; and are fully inspected every year by independent experts.
African Adventures’ School Geography Challenge
Increasing understanding of challenges to development in Africa
We believe in projects that indirectly connect to our work that have a positive impact on others and our industry. Our School Geography Challenge aims to increase understanding of challenges to development in Africa. Our hope is that we can encourage young people to start thinking about the small, but very important, impact they can have on the world, with an increased appreciation and awareness of life in other countries.