Outposts' pre-planned Open Expeditions are OPEN to all young people, aged 15-17 at time of travel, to join individually, with friends or with a group from school and depart on set dates during the school summer holidays. We currently offer two destinations - South Africa and Nepal.
Open Expeditions provide an opportunity for all young people to experience the benefits and challenge of overseas travel as part of a group, which may be difficult for schools to organise where there are insufficient numbers of students to plan an expedition.
Outposts' Open Expeditions can also be used as part of your Gold DofE residential.
Outposts Expeditions operate to the highest standards of quality and safety.
Our expeditions for under 18s are called Open Expeditions. They depart on set dates in the school summer holidays to either Nepal or South Africa. Find out more information about how to join an Open Expeditions and the destinations including sample itineraries:
Every young person on an Outposts' expedition will meet their fellow expeditioners on the two pre-expedition training sessions held in October and April. They will then be ready to start an enriching and life-enhancing journey which combines physical challenges with heart-warming cultural interaction; they will learn important life-skills, experience real adventure, have great fun and grow from having shared their journey with new friends.
"Robert and I would just like to "thank you" all for the "once in a lifetime opportunity" that Rebecca had in South Africa - she has made some great friends in the other cadets and has very high regard for all the adults who were involved in this magnificient trip. The photos that we have seen are amazing and the memories will last her a lifetime."
Marie & Robert - parents - 2015 South Africa expedition
All you need to do is to contact us for a booking information pack:
You may have a few individuals who would like to join an existing team or have enough interested within your organisation for a full team of 20. Simply get in touch to let us know your situation.