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Our school, big group and educational tours around South America can change people’s lives.
South America is increasingly popular due to its sites and diversity – choose to climb, volunteer, trek or tour museums, galleries and historic sites – you’ll be spoiled for choice.
You can make it as educational, active or community-involved as you wish.
We have volunteer opportunities which you can add to learning Spanish and any of our adventure holidays.
On the ground, teachers and group leaders have the help of a local guide to ensure programmes run smoothly, while the UK office is here to help at any time.
Whether an archaeological trip, wildlife tour, bird-watching, climbing school or a cultural visit, we are experts at organising and executing the complicated logistics of group tours and holidays.
With attention to detail and by consulting and advising at all stages, we make sure all the group gets the most out of the trip, no matter group size or ages.
We can help you design a great trip that everyone will remember for a lifetime.
What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
What's a tailor made trip?
We put together a bespoke tour to fit your requirements.
Prices From $5,615 / £4,762 per person
Dates: From April 2022 to December 2022
Capacity: 10 people
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Dates: From March 2022 to January 2023
Capacity: 16 people
Prices From $3,171 / £2,689 per person
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Dates: From April 2022 to October 2022
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It was an amazing trip. We all thoroughly enjoyed it and were so impressed with Peru, the people we met and the variety of experiences. Not only did it live up to my expectations, it surpassed them. I was afraid I might be disappointed with the Inca Trail and Macchu Picchu because I've wanted to go there for as long as I can remember but that was a dream come true. Even the crowds didn't take from my enjoyment. The second day there when we climbed Huana Picchu and then had time to wander the site at our leisure was really magical. Finding the Inca Bridge was a bonus and there was hardly anyone else there too!
The Peruvians seem to be really working on building their tourism industry with extremely efficient and friendly and well trained and educated staff, clean cities, good buses and well maintained sites. We were very impressed by the number of schools even in remote areas. This was our first experience of South America but hopefully not the last.
Thanks again. We're busy recommending you to other friends!!
M. Walsh, Ireland, 2012
» 4-Day Inca Trail Hike To Machu Picchu, Peru
Thank you! We had an absolutely wonderful trip, thank you so much for organizing it!
We really felt like it couldn't have been much better -- and you really did an amazing job of making that happen.
The language school was great. We got to do loads of conversation and really learned a lot in the time.
The Inca Trail was incredible! We felt good the whole trip, and were lucky not to struggle with the altitude. We really enjoyed the hiking, the incredible scenery and the sites. The guides were friendly, and seemed very knowledgable about the inca sites, and we chatted to them in Spanish when possible.
A. Heineike, USA, 2013
» Learn Spanish & Trek The Inca Trail
The famous Puerto Madryn penguins, where up to a million Magellanic penguins congregate to breed, are not found in Puerto Madryn. While the town is famous for being one of the best places to see penguins in Argentina, Puerto Madryn penguin tours actually take place in Punta Tombo. However, the tours do start in Puerto Madryn. The colony of penguins at Punto Tombo allows people to get close to these adorably cute creatures. Read the lowdown on how to get there, what to expect, plus fun facts about Magellanic penguins. We’ll also talk about the area, replete with wildlife. Introduction …
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