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Here at Nomadic School Tours we specialize in offering bespoke educational tours for Schools & universities and with over 20 years of operating experience, we can confidently say that we know what makes a great educational trip.

We offer university trips to 6 superb destinations (Morocco, Iceland, Peru, Costa Rica, Northern India and China.) covering a range of different curricular subjects, including geography, religion, culture, classics to name a few.

Free teacher places, educational trips + price match offer. Full financial protection through ABTA and ATOL.

Current School Trip Offer

Free teacher places, ratio are 1 place per 11 students. We also offer a Price Match offer on a like for like tour and can arrange for an inspection trip to China.

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Why should you consider Nomadic School Tours for 6th Form, College & University Group Tours?

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Costa Rica has become a lot more accessible with direct flights from London. It is surely one of the most exotic countries on earth, offering an abundance of wildlife, lush bush and rainforest, deserted tropical beaches, volcanoes and extremely hospitable local people. There is something in most University degree subjects that Costa Rica can offer your students.

Example Itineraries

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Please note we offer a full bespoke service to suit your own requirements.

Day 1 Arrival: An evening in San Jose

Day 2 Grecia Town: Sugar & coffee plantations,
Cathedral de la Mercedes, Sarchi world famous
craft center, hot springs at Arenal Paraiso

Day 3 Arenal Volunteer Project: Community school
project, Arenal Volcano National Park or hike to
La Fortuna Waterfall

Day 4 Arenal lake: Arenal lake dam by boat,
Monteverde Country Lodge

Day 5 Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve: Monteverde
Cloud Forest Reserve largest conservation area
in Central America, Sky Walk Tour through the
canopy of this lush tropical rain forest

Day 6 San Jose: Guided tour of San Jose the capital
and largest city in Costa Rica

Day 7 San Jose: Departure after Breakfast

What size groups do you cater for?

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We have catered for groups of many varying sizes in the past. Please get in touch, as I'm sure we will be able to help.

Is there first aid on site?

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Yes

Do you offer access for visitors with disabilities?

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Yes

Do you cater for visitors with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?

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Yes

Anything else?

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Nomadic School Tours is committed to providing safe and reliable educational tours, so if you would like more information on any of our university trips, then please do get in touch with us for your bespoke requirements.


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