Our World Challenge Trip to Cambodia is already closed after being advertised last year but we wanted to update you on the tour as other opportunities are on the horizon.

The World Challenge trips are for older children – so 16-18 – as the treks can be arduous and need the physicality and maturity to meet the challenge.

The trip also comes with the requirements to at least part fund-raise to pay for it as they can be expensive – although we rotate them every three years so there is a European one that is at a reduced price.

The Cambodia trip includes a 3-day hike around the Kulen Mountain passing villages, waterfalls, temples, shrines and bat caves, a visit to the ancient city of Siem Reap and Ankor Wat, elephant conservation work, and a meeting with sub bears, before dropping on to the capital city of Phnom Phen.

To view the full Cambodia itinerary click here.

Matt Allman, Headteacher, said: “We are finalising arrangements for Summer 2025 and are looking at sub-Saharan Africa at this point. We will release details soon and it is worth parents discussing at home if this sort of challenge is an option for your child.”