A lot of school travel companies offer day programs to help students learn in a fun and an interactive environment. Though it’s better to engage students with outdoor tours, even day programs can be fun with a well-designed school trip itinerary. A short trip to a nearby destination can be done within a single day. You just need a good travel itinerary to accomplish this goal.
School Trip Itinerary for a Day Program
For a day trip, an experienced tour operator focuses on activities based on acquiring life skills. These activities are designed and conducted in an interactive manner to help students learn in an informal environment. Here’s a sample field trip itinerary doc to give you a better idea:
08:30 AM: The trip starts with a welcome address to all participants. After having breakfast and beverages, the group leaves for a nearby location (ground/resort to participate in activities).
09: 15 AM: Reaching the location and dividing the group into teams
10:00 AM: Starting team activities, focused on developing a wide range of life skills, such as team building, leadership, time management etc.
- Pitching tents
- Walking on ropes and crossbar
- Participating in a treasure hunt
- Playing blind sheep
- Playing marble and pipe
02:00 PM: Having lunch
03:00 PM: Participating in adventure activities
- Climbing walls/Rappelling
- Zipline or Flying Fox
- Rope Bridge
- Monkey Crawl
- Commando Net
If you’re looking for a school trip itinerary for a day program or an outdoor adventure, Renok Adventures will be a good choice. We’ve been organising school trips in all parts of the country for quite some time. To get in touch and discuss your requirements, please click here.