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Holland Geography School Trips

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Dutch Coast

Holland offers some wonderful opportunities to study topics relevant to the new Geography curriculum, including a detailed study of water management and sustainability issues.

The Netherlands has a history of living and working with water and its unpredictable power. Approximately 30% of the Netherlands lies below sea level, so the Dutch have become real masters in knowing how to keep their feet dry! Many Dutch people live on land protected by dykes or even on floating houses or house boats.  Visit the Netherlands and learn more about the problems they face and the policies and schemes in place to counteract them. The Netherlands is a convenient and good value option for your next Geography trip.

Contact Adaptable Travel today to start organising your next Geography school trip.  We will be happy to tailor make an itinerary, with the help of our very own experts.

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Suggested Itinerary

Adaptable Travel strive to offer perfect itineraries to meet your needs and expectations. We can offer set packages or tailor make an itinerary based around your groups requirements. Below, you can see a suggested itinerary for a popular Geography trip to Holland.

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Depart school and travel to Holland. Arrive Dutch Coast in the afternoon and check into the accommodation. Free time at leisure to explore the local sights.

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Breakfast at hotel. Today your group shall be visiting the Amsterdam district of IJburg, which was created by reclaiming land from water. IJburg is also a test-bed for new floating houses technology and has a complete floating neighbourhood, with jetties instead of paved footpaths. Your students shall tour the area and learn all about its construction and sustainability. Free time at leisure.

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Breakfast at hotel. Today your students shall concentrate on water management strategies in Noordward. Students will be able to learn about the Room for River Programme which aims to manage high water levels and control river flooding. Your specialist guide will take you on a tour of the area and explain more about the project and how it is being implemented. Free time at leisure.

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Breakfast in the hotel. Dependent on your departure times, you may have the opportunity to visit the coastal defences of Zuid Holland. Depart Holland and return back to school.

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Depart school and travel to Holland. Arrive Dutch Coast in the afternoon and check into the accommodation. Free time at leisure to explore the local sights.

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Breakfast at hotel. Today your group shall be visiting the Amsterdam district of IJburg, which was created by reclaiming land from water. IJburg is also a test-bed for new floating houses technology and has a complete floating neighbourhood, with jetties instead of paved footpaths. Your students shall tour the area and learn all about its construction and sustainability. Free time at leisure.

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Breakfast at hotel. Today your students shall concentrate on water management strategies in Noordward. Students will be able to learn about the Room for River Programme which aims to manage high water levels and control river flooding. Your specialist guide will take you on a tour of the area and explain more about the project and how it is being implemented. Free time at leisure.

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Breakfast in the hotel. Dependent on your departure times, you may have the opportunity to visit the coastal defences of Zuid Holland. Depart Holland and return back to school.

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Contact Adaptable Travel today to begin organising your next bespoke Geography trip to Holland.

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