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“You never really TRAVEL ALONE. The world is full of FRIENDS waiting to get to know you.”
“You never really TRAVEL ALONE. The world is full of FRIENDS waiting to get to know you.”

Bespoke design.

Bespoke design is purely what it says, a previous tour can be altered to your taste, a brand-new one can be tailor to your exact needs taking in your desired destinations. Although we are here to make your experience and exploration one to never forget, we are here to make your life easier and take all the stress away from you as a Tour leader, so why not tell us what subject you would like, and we will send you some suggested exciting itineraries.

Understanding your needs and listening to you is what we do best, our students come from all over the world with different cultures that we respect, dietary requirements are always attended to and any form of Religious practise will be encouraged and assisted.

Previous tours.

You will find some Samples of our previous tours below, laying out the details of the wonderful sights, sounds, tastes and smells that our students have previously experienced. These are a few of the tours that have already created memories and friendships that will last a lifetime while learning and sampling culture and customs from other countries.

Remember if there is not a tour here below search our “New Tours” section of the website or contact us and suggest a trip, we will then create the Tour that you have been dreaming of for your students or friends for your experience of a lifetime.

Travel agents.

“E3” are partnered with an Explorer Travel Agency and can help you organise your full trip from start to finish, we understand the importance of time in this ever-demanding world we live in and have established this link so that you do not need to go anywhere else. Within “E3” you can have all your questions answered all your travel organised and with the comfort of an ABTA and ATOL registered company.

Safety & welfare.

“E3” is dedicated to the safety and welfare of our clients, students and Tour Leaders and designed to give Parents the peace of mind that their child is safe and protected always.

Safeguarding is the action we take to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm. It means caring for children appropriately and protecting them from that which is not in their best interests; as such, it includes health and safety, child protection and pastoral care.

‘Duty of Care’, is connected to safeguarding; there is a legal responsibility that adults who work with children as professionals or volunteers have a duty to look after them properly; children depend on adults for their safety and well-being and we will always be there.

Sample tour itineraries.

History Tour of London (IGCSE)

Sample itinerary      - UK History Tour (London) - from £875 per student (Excluding flights)

Day One:

  • Hampton Court. Tickets include Maze, all exhibitions and the new “Magic Garden.”
  • Private tour exploring the politics and intrigue of Henry VIII’s Court
  • Transfer via coach to Central London Hotel
  • Evening meal at Café Rouge or Bella Italia
  • Evening: Jack the Ripper Walking tour

Day Two:

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • London Dungeon
  • London Eye 
  • High Speed Rib Ride (to include sights such as St. Paul’s      
  •                          Cathedral, Millennium Bridge, The Tate Modern, The Golden Hinde.)
  • Free time for shopping in Covent Garden
  • Evening Meal Planet Hollywood
  • Evening: West END show

Day Three:

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • National Army Museum and Workshop
  • Imperial War Museum and Workshop
  • Evening Meal Chinese Banquet
  • Evening: Candlelit talk in Old Operating Theatre

Day Four:

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • National Archives and documents/sources workshop
  • Madam Tussauds and the Chamber of Horrors
  • Victoria and Albert Museum OR British Museum (depending on syllabus)
  • Shopping Harrods and Harvey Nicks
  • Evening Meal Rainforest Café
  • Evening 1950s bowling experience

Day Five:

  • Breakfast at Hotel
  • Houses of Parliament
  • Churchill’s Cabinet War Rooms
  • Buckingham Palace or Tower of London (depending on time of year)
  • Buckingham Palace Mews
  • Evening: Medieval Banquet Experience.
Choir Tour of the First World War Battle Fields

Sample itinerary: From £395 per person (Excluding flights)

Day One:

  • Breakfast (included)
  • Orientation walk into town to include the Menin Gate and a local chocolatier.
  • Free time in Ypres for lunch
  • Mid-afternoon singing in the market square (more upbeat repertoire)
  • Tradition Flemish evening meal at local restaurant
  • Last Post Ceremony at the Menin Gate. Opportunity to lay wreaths.

Day Two:

  • Breakfast (included)
  • Coach transfer to St Georges Memorial Church (Anglican) to perform before Mass. (more sombre repertoire)
  • Visit to the John McCrae British Hospital Site
  • Tyne Cot WW1 Memorial to perform for visitors (more sombre repertoire)
  • Lunch at leisure in town
  • Hill 62 and Sanctuary Wood to explore trenches
  • Evening meal Chinese Banquet following by talk on Trench life

Day three:       

  • Breakfast (included)
  • Optional morning activities
  • Flanders Fields Museum. Stunning new museum where you are assigned a soldier on entry and follow them during the war.

Or

  • Free time to explore town (maps available)

Or

  • Ballewaeder theme park (Belgium’s answer to Alton Towers).
  • Afternoon perform at Talbot House. This was the “club” that the soldiers could visit when they had leave from the front line. Restored now as a visitor’s attraction.
  • Evening perform at Menin Gate ceremony followed by: Evening meal: Traditional Flemish restaurant
Maths Tour of Paris

Sample itinerary          Paris Math Trip - from £595 per student (Excluding flights),

Day One:

  • Breakfast (included)
  • De Vinci Code Walking Tour of Paris. Students must crack the codes and follow the clues to discover what lies beneath the Louvre Pyramid.
  • Louvre Museum including the Mona Lisa
  • Tuileries gardens
  • Cite De Science and maths workshop
  • Evening: Tradition Parisian meal in Chartier: Paris’ oldest restaurant

Day Two:

  • Breakfast (included)
  • Eiffel Tower (highest level) with All About the Angles Activity booklet
  • Centre Pompidou and maths workshop
  • Seine River Cruise
  • Montparnasse Tower
  • Musee Gourmond du Chocolate and tasting
  • Evening meal Chinese Banquet

Day Three:      

  • Breakfast (included)
  • Full day at Disneyland Paris including tickets for both Disneyland and the Walt Disney Studios.
  • (In March 2019, Disneyland host the Maths Live! Event for Secondary school students. Ask us for more details)
  • Evening: Disney village for Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show (includes dinner)
Itinerary for Sports/Football Tour

Sample itinerary        UK Football Trip - from £1250 per student (Excluding flights)

Day One:

  • Breakfast (included)
  • 09:00 -  Training ground for light training with Trainer (Ex-Pro)
  • 11:30 – Brighton Town Centre – free time (Students buy own lunch)
  • 13:00 – Lancing College
  • 14:30 – Changed, Light training run
  • 15:15 – KO Match Vs Lancing College 6th Form
  • 17:00 – Refreshments with opposition, Player of the match awards and trophy presentation
  • 19:30 – Dinner at Bella Italia

Day Two:

  • Breakfast (included)
  • 10:00 – London Dungeons
  • 12:00 – London Eye
  • 13:00 – Lunch/Free time (Students buy own lunch)
  • 14:00 – Emirates Stadium Tour
  • 17:30 – Dinner at Planet Hollywood London

Day Three:      

  • Breakfast (included)
  • 09:00 – Walk to beach (Light swim, run, beach training session) team selection (With Ex-Pro)
  • 12:00 Lunch at Hotel (included)
  • 14:00 Ardingly College
  • 15:15 KO Match vs Ardingly College 1st XI
  • 17:00 – Refreshments with opposition, Player of the match awards and trophy presentation
  • 19:30 – Dinner in Brighton (Chinese Buffet)

Day Four:         

  • Breakfast (included)
  • 07:00 – Depart for London
  • 10:00 – Natural History Museum
  • 12:00 – Science Museum (Physiology of Sport Exhibition – interactive)
  • 13:00 – Lunch/Free time (Students buy own lunch)
  • 15:30 – Stamford Bridge Stadium Tour
  • 19:30 – Dinner at Pizza Express

Day Five:

  • Breakfast (included)
  • 09:00 -  Training ground for light training with Trainer (Ex-Pro)
  • 12:00 – Brighton Town Centre – free time (Students buy own lunch)
  • 13:45 – Mile Oak Football Club
  • 14:30 – Changed, Light run
  • 15:15 – KO Match Vs Mile Oak 1st XI
  • 17:00 – Refreshments with opposition, Player of the match awards and trophy presentation
  • 19:30 – Dinner at Café Rouge

Day Six:         

  • Breakfast (included)
  • 09:00 – Coach to London with all luggage
  • 11:00 – Hampton Court Gardens (Tour of House, Gardens)
  • 13:00 – Lunch in Gardens (Students to buy own lunch)
  • 15:30 – Tour Windsor Castle
  • 17:00 – Free Time Windsor (Last minute Gift/Shopping)
  • 19:30 – Arrive Heathrow T5
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