Student Study Trips

We encourage school groups from U.S., UK, Canada, Europe, Australia, Japan, and all over the world to come spend two weeks with us. Your trip will include volunteering in babies' homes, orphanages, street kids projects, sports programs, medical clinics, and building projects in a village, experiencing culture sites and traditional dance shows around Kampala, standing at the very beginning of the mighty Nile River and end with three days on safari to one of Uganda's national parks. Students will get to experience some of the greatest wildlife in the world while working alongside the community together to achieve a common goal. A trip like this is guaranteed to change a student's worldview forever.

View Africa's manager has experience working with school groups ranging from 10 to 50 students, teachers, and parents. If you are a teacher, parent, or student leader interested in arranging a once in a lifetime trip to Africa please contact us for more details on how we can begin working together to plan a trip for you.

An itinerary example

Below is a sample itinerary of our school trips. Itineraries can be adjusted based on your groups’ interest and abilities.

Day 1: Arrival /Transport to accommodation/ Swim/ Dinner/ Orientation Evening
Day 2: Breakfast/ Culture Sites/Lunch/ City Tour/ Ndere Culture and Dancing Center with Dinner
Day 3-7: Breakfast / Group Meeting / Work project /Lunch Work project/ Dinner / Free time
Day 8: Travel to a village 
Day 9-10: Breakfast / Village Debriefing / Building project Lunch / Building project /Dinner 
Day 11: Travel from village
Day 12-14: Normally we spend two or three days away on an activity like safari, white water rafting, fishing, bungee jumping, quad biking trips, swimming, or forest walks. This gives the team a chance to relax, act like a tourist, shop, swim and reflect upon all that has just transpired.

Day 15: Travel day - Transport to airport and fly home.

Cost includes:

- 24/7 emergency support in the country if required
- Pre-departure support and information
- Airport pick-up on arrival (in Africa)
- Welcome orientation
- Two major meals per day 
- Accommodation as specified for each project
- Transport between accommodation and project
- Activities and excursions stated on the itinerary
- Farewell dinner

Costs DO NOT include:

- Flights
- Visas and vaccinations
- Personal insurance
- Additional snacks, drinks, and souvenirs