The trips cover almost all areas of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales linking to subjects including geography, history, business studies, plus cultural experiences and music tours for school groups.
Jamie Boyden, joint managing director of Rayburn Tours, said they understood many schools weren’t ready to start thinking about travelling internationally in 2021, so they had been working to develop their UK tours to give groups more opportunities to travel locally.
He said: “It’s evident that some schools are going to be adverse to doing an international trip in 2021 so we wanted to give some more choice to the groups who wanted to stay in the UK. Coach tours in particular are very flexible and we’ve tried to bring as much as the depth that you’d get from an international school trip to the UK.”
“They’re a nice stepping stone and still give the schools something to get excited about – we’re hoping that they can replicate a lot of the same things that…