School Geography trips to Sorrento and Amalfi Coast
Adaptable Travel are the leaders in organising school trips to the Amalfi Coast in Italy, and we can ensure your trip to Italy is truly bespoke for the needs of your group. In addition, our fantastic GCSE focused Project Sorrento student and teacher resources, free for all groups who book with us, ensure you can now get even more out of your learning experience to Sorrento.
Sorrento and the Amalfi coast offers opportunities to explore a vast array of geographical curriculum areas including plate tectonics, natural hazards, coastal and tourism management to name but a few. The stunning setting of the Bay of Naples with towering cliffs overlooking villages dotted along the coastline has an enduring appeal. This is further enhanced by the presence of the towering and imposing Mount Vesuvius, casting an intriguing shadow over the landscape it has shaped for millennia.
Adaptable Travel can help you to get up close to many excursions and sites along the Amalfi Coast and Bay of Naples areas. You can visit Mount Vesuvius national park and the Phlegrean Fields to study the volcanic landscape, then take an unforgettable trip to the ancient sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum to understand the devastation of lava and pyroclastic flows – unique real life hazard management case studies waiting to be explored. Then, take a stunning drive along the Amalfi coastal road or walk along the Path of the Gods to learn more about the dramatic coastline.
There are also fantastic human geography studies to explore on your school trip. Tourism is a crucial part of the economy in the Sorrento region, and Sorrento is a prime example of a popular Italian resort that attracts international visitors. This region of Italy is the perfect option for your next geography school trip!
When planning your next geography trip with Adaptable, you will work closely with our resident geography expert Julie Edwards (BSc Hons Geography), to develop your perfect geography itinerary. Contact Adaptable Travel today to start working with Julie on your next geography school trip.