Student Travel & Educational Tours

Travel to the Edge of the World

Choose Your Next Adventure

The best way to help students gain new perspectives and build skills for the future is through experiential learning.

At Finisterra, we believe that travel is an intrinsic component of every young person’s development. International travel is an education; it breaks down barriers, expands horizons, encourages personal growth, challenges preconceptions, and develops social skills. We create travel experiences that are authentic, hands-on and personal. On our tours we encourage students to engage in the world and interact with the new cultures they are exposed to. We work closely with educators to determine the ideal tour for their students and ensure that the itinerary is developed to best suit the needs of the group.

STUDENT TOURS

What We Offer

We offer a diverse range of educational tours to areas that are a bit off-the-beaten-path as well as to those that may be more familiar. The focus of these student trips vary from biology and ecology to history, language and culture.

Utilize our travel expertise when choosing a destination and creating an educational experience for your school group. We customize the itinerary to best suit the needs of your students.

All the details are managed by us and we provide an experienced tour leader so that you can focus on enjoying your trip. This means we take care of all logistics so everything is as stress-free as possible for you.

Click HERE to for more destinations. Any of our existing itineraries can also be tweaked to have more of an educational focus.

Destinations

  • South America: Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador & Galapagos, Brazil, and Chile

  • Central America: Cuba, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Belize, El Salvador 

  • Near East & Northern Africa: Jordan, Egypt, Morocco

  • Africa: Namibia, Tanzania, Kenya, Madagascar, South Africa, Uganda, Rwanda, Botswana

  • Asia: India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal, Vietnam, Myanmar

  • Europe: Spain, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic, Turkey, France, Portugal