What to do with teenager kids during those long school holidays? This is a question that many Australian parents ask themselves and we think we’ve found the answer in global expedition tours, which are designed by top educators to create a cultural experience for the students.

Themed expeditions

The range of expeditions include:

• Leadership expeditions – Designed to encourage leadership.• Cultural journeys – All across Asia.• Applied curriculum tours – Connect the real world with core curriculum subjects.• International sports tours – Develop high level sporting skills in an international environment.

If you would like to learn more about world expedition tours and what they offer the students, search online for a leading global adventure expedition provider.

Sustainable school travel

The best way to educate young people about the environment is to engage them in adventure projects, which is what sustainable travel is all about.

A term called ‘climate positive’ involves the following:

• Measuring the carbon impact of flights and the entire operation.• Look for ways to reduce emission.• Tree planting on every project.• Connections with green organisations worldwide.

The above ensure that more emission are removed than generated by the project, so you are actually making a difference, with climate positive solutions. Click here for further reading on how to achieve sustainability in your life.

Online booking

You can find out all about the various destinations and courses on the operator’s website and when you are ready, you can book your son or daughter for the next school holiday. These expeditions are very popular, so we recommend making an early reservation to ensure a place if you are looking for the coming school break.

Marine & wildlife conservation

Many of the overseas projects actively involves front-line marine and wildlife conservation, spend some time with your child and browse the many overseas eco-friendly expeditions. All students have full insurance and they are always accompanied by experienced team leaders.

More than 25 different project topics

There is diversity within the different project topics, which include:

• Environmental protection• Wildlife preservation• Farming irrigation• Land reclamation• Wide range of sports• Global warming

Climate positive projects are a big part of the program, which is designed to make the students more aware of the climate crisis we are facing.

Cultural awareness

Young people should experience other cultures to get a balanced view of the world and with world expeditions, your son or daughter can experience Asian and European cultures from a grass-roots perspective.

Some of countries on the list include:

• Thailand• Indonesia• Malaysia• Cambodia• Vietnam• Laos

The expeditions are organised by professional educators and delivered by top-level trainers to bring out the best in the students. One of the major objectives is to educate the next generation regarding the climate crisis we are all facing, which is an integral aspect of making positive changes in society. The Australian government take sustainability very seriously and are supporting many green initiatives.

Search online for overseas education expeditions and browse the many great programs that have been set up to empower the youth of today and book your teenage son or daughter into one of the expeditions.


Northern girl Laura is the epitome of a true entrepreneur. Laura’s spirit for adventure and passion for people blaze through House of Coco. She founded House of Coco in 2014 and has grown it in to an internationally recognised brand whilst having a lot of fun along the way. Travel is in her DNA and she is a true visionary and a global citizen.

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