Egypt & Jordan Experience

Bring your textbooks to life and create memorable lessons for your students by taking them on an educational adventure. Teach them how to give back to their community, improve their wellbeing and increase their environmental awareness. Arm them with new career skills or simply offer them the adventure of a lifetime they will remember and cherish forever.

Types of Educational Groups we can cater for:

  • Secondary schools
  • Universities
  • TAFES
  • Short Courses
  • Adult Education
  • Photography
  • Cooking
  • Language
  • Sport and fitness
  • and many more…

Benefits of Educational Tours

  • Increase students’ level of awareness surrounding different cultures
  • Increase level of environmental awareness
  • Teach subjects in a setting which enables students to gain a better understanding of subject matter and where the context is provided for them
  • Improve your school’s reputation by adding value for students
  • Teach your students how to care for the community (you may be able to  include a community project visit in your tour)
  • Teach your area of expertise in a setting which amplifies its significance (eg. A yoga tour in India or a Spanish language tour in Spain)

Why book Peregrine?

  • Over 30 years experience
  • Experience coordinating many educational and school group tours
  • Safety is a priority for us and is considered a priority for educational tours
  • Fantastic English-speaking local leaders provide a deeper insight into their country’s culture and heritage
  • Receive support through the entire tour coordination process
  • Retain the level of involvement and control over the organisation that you would like

Previous Educational and School Tours:

Educational Secondary School Tour - Egypt

Tour name: Discovering the Nile
Group type: Secondary school students
Destination: Egypt
Duration: 12 days

A group of 25 from St Patrick’s College visited Egypt as part of their history program. For those seeking a deeper appreciation of Ancient Egypt, this is a fascinating journey of discovery.

Their itinerary…

A well-known archaeologist once said that no matter where you stick a spade in Egypt, you'd have a fair chance of finding ancient artefacts! In fact, there’s probably no other country in the world that boasts such a wealth of antiquities - the focal point of this particular trip.

We spend five full days in Cairo, exploring a number of monuments dating back to the Old Kingdom. Principal among these are the superb tombs at Sakkara, a blueprint of life and times during this period. Arriving in Aswan we visit the celebrated Temple of Ramses II, at Abu Simbel, and the exquisite Temple of Isis, at Philae, before boarding our Nile riverboat for a magical cruise downriver to Luxor. Our boat has a great on-board atmosphere, with comfortable air-conditioned cabins – each with their own private shower and toilet. In addition there is a cosy restaurant, where all meals are served, and a rooftop bar (?). The spacious top deck is ideal for sunbathing and relaxing, with excellent views of the river. Arriving in Luxor we visit the Valley of the Kings, the beautiful Temple of Queen Hatshepsut and explore the colossal temple complex at Karnak before making our way back to Cairo.

Educational Secondary School Tour - China

Tour name: China Express
Group type: Secondary school students
Destination: China
Duration: 11 days

RockridgeSchool travelled to China to practice their Chinese Language skills on the move.

Their itinerary…

This trip is ideal if you have limited time and want to see the major attractions in China. In eleven action-packed days we visit the Great Wall of China and the famed Terracotta Warriors near Xian, before heading to Yangshuo, to explore its breathtaking countryside by bicycle. Our final destination is Hong Kong, which we arrive at with a spectacular hydrofoil ride into Victoria Harbour. This journey is sure to leave you wanting to come back for more!

Educational Secondary School Tour - Turkey (ANZAC)

Tour name: Sacred Sites and Trails – Anzac Day
Group type: Secondary school students
Destination: Turkey
Duration: 9 days

40 students from Grace Lutheran College travelled to Turkey to attend the Anzac Day Dawn Service at Gallipoli, as well as exploring the many well-preserved ruins on display in Turkey.

Their itinerary…

Turkeyoffers an intoxicating mix of sights and experiences from oriental splendour and intrigue to whirling dervishes and a spicy hotchpotch of history. There is much to discover - from ruined Byzantine monasteries, ancient Roman baths, towering Greek amphitheatres and Sultan’s harems to paying respects at Gallipoli or shopping for magnificent carpets. This is certainly a land of veritable treasures waiting to be uncovered. Our Turkish tour leaders are fantastic and knowledgeable travelling companions who will introduce us to the best cultural and culinary wonders, as well as bring the ancient world back to life for us. Our adventure begins and ends in Istanbul, formerly a fabled capital that went by the names Byzantium and Constantinople. With so much to see and do this trip is sure to fill your appetite. A great highlight of this trip is attending the Dawn Service at Gallipoli on Anzac Day!

Educational Secondary School Tour - Nepal

Tour name: Annapurna Dhaulagiri
Group type: Secondary school students
Destination: Nepal
Duration: 15 days

PembrokeSchool took 20 students to Nepal to trek through the spectacular Annapurna foothills. Staying in the network of Peregrine Community Lodges, profits from their trip went towards benefiting local projects and schools.

Their itinerary…

This spectacular adventure treks through the Annapurna foothills to the remote Kopra Ridge – one of the best vantage points in the Himalaya. We stay in newly-constructed lodges, a joint venture between Peregrine and the local community, with profits benefiting local schools and village projects. From Pokhara we drive to Lumle and ascend terraced hillsides to Upper Ghandruk, enjoying fine views of the Annapurna Mountains. At Tadapani we leave the popular main trail and for the next week head into remote alpine terrain to Baili before ascending to Kopra. Here we view the lofty peaks of Nilgiri, Annapurna I, Fang and Annapurna South. Dhaulagiri dominates the western skyline across the deepest gorge in the world, the Kali Ghandaki. Our return route descends through open alpine pastures and then oak and rhododendron forest to Swanta. We continue this off the beaten track adventure via Danda Kharka before rejoining the main trail to Pokhara to unwind beside Lake Phewa Tal.