Geography Trip to Cornwall and Eden Project

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Cornwall and the Eden Project provides the perfect opportunity to immerse your Geography students in a truly spectacular outdoor classroom.

Your geography curriculum will be brought to life while students discover the breath-taking coastal landscapes of the region. They’ll investigate fascinating rock formations and river erosion sites as part of their fieldwork. And they’ll explore biodiversity, ecosystems and sustainability at the Eden Project.

Best of all, Cornwall offers the opportunity to get your students excited about the incredible geography they can enjoy here in the UK.

Geography Trip to Cornwall and Eden Project



3 days, 2 nights

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Suggested Itinerary

Day 1


Drive to Wookey Hole 


Free time to explore Wookey Hole Caves


Evening meal at accommodation
Day 2


Breakfast followed by a visit to St. Michael’s Mount


Visit to the Lizard Point (National Trust)


Evening meal at accommodation
Day 3


Breakfast and check out. Day spent visiting the Eden project


Late afternoon drive home


Arrive back at school
  • 2 nights' half-board accommodation
  • 49-seater executive coach
  • Access to the Vamoos app to download all tour-related travel documents
  • Cheddar Gorge and Caves
  • Detailed information pack
  • Eden Project workshop
  • Free staff place ratio 1:8
  • Itinerary planning service
  • River Study (minimum we provide a booklet, maximum we provide a geography tour guide)
  • VAT at current rates to tour operators
  • Visit to Lizard Point
  • Visit to St Michael’s Mount
  • Visit to Wookey Hole caves


A Level
  • Ecosystems under stress
  • Sustainability
  • Coasts
  • Coastal landscapes
  • Ecosystems and biodiversity
  • River landscapes
  • Sustainability
  • Fieldwork
Key Stage 3
  • Geological timescales
  • Rocks, weathering and soils
  • Hydrology and coasts


YHA Eden Project

Appropriately for an ecological landmark like the Eden Project, the YHA's accommodation is made up of the uniquely green Snoozebox technology - refurbished shipping containers with all mod-cons!Groups will stay in multi-bedded rooms, and leaders in twins. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, TVs and full air-conditioning.The hotel serves a hearty breakfast every day, but the evening meal is taken in one of the Eden Project's lovely restaurants elsewhere on the campus.Among the hostel's many amenities are board games, a heated marquee for socialising, free WiFi, a shop, grounds to explore, and a bar in which group leaders can relax of an evening.

YHA Penzance

The YHA Penzance is set in a Gregorian mansion surrounded by beautiful, peaceful gardens. Facilities available here include a games room, café and a barbecue area.Students are usually accommodated in multi-bedded rooms, with adults in twins and singles.

Educational Activities

Beach Clean - Cornwall

Head down to one of St. Ives five spectacular beaches for a self-led beach clean. The hostel will provide you

Eden Project

The Eden Project is an educational charity, social enterprise and visitor attraction located close to St. Austell in Cornwall.

Hayle Towans

Towans is Cornish for dunes and Hayle Towans are a fantastic example of sand dunes. This is also a rich

Lizard Point

Lizard Point in the Lizard Peninsula is the most southernly point of the British mainland. The dramatic cliffs and rich

St Michael's Mount

The picturesque rocky tidal island is home to a medieval church and castle. It is the Cornish equivalent of Mont-Saint-Michel

Suez Recycling Centre

Find out about the innovative solutions being used to manage Cornwall's waste and recycling.

Wookey Hole Caves

Located in the heart of Somerset you'll find the largest show-caves in England - Wookey Hole. As well as the

Supporting you every step of the way

Creating your perfect trip

Your quote will be put together by an experienced Tour Adviser who’ll be an expert in the subject area and will know the destination really well too. They’ll work with you to create a trip to suit your group’s needs and meet your learning objectives.

Launching your trip to parents and students

The next step is to get your trip approved and then get students signed up to it. Our ‘Trip Launch Pack’ will help you with this step. This is full of resources (all free to download) designed to make your life easier at this crucial point in the trip planning process.

After you’ve booked

Once you’ve booked, your dedicated Itinerary Coordinator will start work on the finer details. They’ll make sure your itinerary makes the most of your time and they’ll take on most of the admin tasks for your trip (freeing you up to do what you do best – teach).

Support while you’re away

From lost property to properly lost, we’ll always be on the end of the phone while you’re out on the trip. You’ll get a final info pack before you go, as well as access to all your trip documents via the Vamoos app.

After your trip
We’ll ask you for feedback, so we can improve our service. Let’s start planning your next trip too, so parents have plenty of time to pay (and so it’s less stressful for you). And don’t forget to head to our resources hub to continue the learning back in the classroom.

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