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It's the end of the ski season, but don't let your spirits melt alongside the snow. With our latest skiing offer, there's even more reason for you to get excited about planning your next school ski trip.
You may be interested to know that the Italian skiing resort of Prato Nevoso was voted as the Best Ski Resort in the 2018/19 School Travel Awards. But don't just take their word for it, why not discover it for yourself?
As the nights are getting colder and the days shorter, we are beginning to think about dusting off our ski goggles and trying on our ski jackets. Autumn is a reminder to us that ski season is nearly upon us - our favourite time of year!
The educational benefits of School Ski Trips run the risk of being ignored or overlooked by some in favour of more curriculum-heavy trips like specialist History School Tours. However, School Ski Trips are such proven successes for a multitude of reasons. Ski Trips create an environment that promotes the learning of valuable lessons and skills which students will carry with them...
As the first major snow of the winter begins to fall in Britain, you may well be preparing for a school ski trip to Europe, with February half term only a month away.
Thinking about a school ski trip in early 2018? Now is the time to put those thoughts into action. Voyager School Ski are offering schools a fantastic trip at a fantastic price to 2 of our most popular destinations.
We have 3 mystery ski deals to Italy or Austria in Feb half term or to France at Easter.
In mid-February 2016, Sam Ford, one of Voyager School Ski’s reps joined Ridgeway High School from Liverpool for a 7 day skiing trip to Vallnord in Andorra. With worries about lack of snow across the first part of the season all but extinguished by heavy dumps across Europe, the group were delighted to find it snowing on arrival, less delighted...
To our great delight the snow has finally arrived and here at Voyager School Ski we’re busier than ever with new bookings for the 2017 season. With little snow pre-Christmas across Europe we were a little concerned for our schools hitting the slopes this January, but sizeable dumps across all major resorts bodes extremely well for a great season.
In 1997 Astana became the capital of Kazakhstan. Since then, in the middle of a vast, flat plain known as the Steppes, an array of some of the world’s most amazing, stunning and just weird architecture has emerged. To some it is in fact known as the world’s weirdest city and the latest proposed building fits that moniker perfectly.
Thinking of organising a winter ski tour for your school? Well it seems that some European resorts are not quite as well blessed with miles of pistes as they would have us believe.
“Skiing isn’t just a profession, it’s my passion,” says Voyager Adventure and Voyager Ski co-ordinator Fern. Fern has been busy coordinating ski trips with Voyager for four months now. We’re pleased to have her on the team as a travel expert and has worked in the industry and managed ski tours for 5 years before she joined Voyager.