8th November 2012

Sicily has for a long time been the jewel in the crown of many geographers field trips.  Now you can embark on an amazing geography school trip to Sicily with Adaptable Travel.

Mount Etna is an active stratovolcano on the east coast of Sicily, making for a geographers dream and a truly inspiring school trip destination.  Sicily also offers fantastic opportunities for exploring human geography, allowing students to examine how people live and work in the shadow of an active volcano.  In addition, areas including rivers, lava caves, natural hazards and natural hot springs are all in Sicily, making this a superb and inspiring geography school trip.

Sicily geography school trips start from just £299 plus visits, making this an accessible and exciting destination.  Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast is another superb geography destination in Italy, offering another great possibility in this fascinating country, with areas of plate tectonics, natural hazards, coastal and tourism management available to explore.

All Adaptable Travel school geography trips come with the support of Adaptable Travel’s own geography expert, Julie Edwards (BSc Hons Geography) meaning you really can make this a geography school trip to remember.

Take a look at all of our fantastic geography school trip destinations, including Iceland, Northern Spain, Switzerland, West Coast USA and more.  Or contact us today to talk to us about organising your next school geography trip.

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