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EXPLORE

OVERVIEW

EliExplore is a one-of-a-kind way to discover more about Canada’s culture and people, and practice English. This is a great option for students anywhere from 8 to 80 years old who like to adventure and to learn.

THE CONCEPT

Travel to different communities and places in Canada and enjoy a rich learning experience along the way. Explorers are accompanied by certified ELI staff who will act as their tour guide and teacher to facilitate both the travelling and learning components of the journey. Explore trips are all about experiential education, as Explorers will be offered fun, hands-on lessons about the destinations they will visit. Explorers will also be given plenty of opportunities to learn and practice English. 

PROGRAM DETAILS

The True North Explore trip is an outdoor adventure that takes Explorers into the Canadian wilderness. This trip is rich in cultural and geographical experiences. 7 days and 6 nights of journeying into the wild will allow participants to hike through Canada’s beautiful scenery, learn about traditional Indigenous customs and history, and come face-to-face with Canada’s extraordinary wildlife. 

Highlights include: 

· Visit the world’s largest freshwater island

· Traditional Indigenous customs workshops 

· Bridal Veil Falls (waterfall)

· Visit and tour of Laurentian University 

· Science North

· Visiting wildlife conservation areas

· Canoeing

· Overnight camping 

QUICK FACTS

Age of students:                   7-17 for our junior trip and 18+ for our adults

Location:                                  Based in Northern Ontario various surrounding locations in northern Ontario

Dates:                                        July 5 to July 12 first session and August 2 to August 9 for the second session 

Accommodation type:      Combination of residence, lodges and overnight camping 

PRICES

Registration Fee:                    $150 

Program Fee:                           $2,100


Price includes:

Visit to the wold's largest freshwater islands

Traditional indigenous customs workshops 

Visit of Bridal Veil Falls 

Tour of Laurentian University 

Science North 

Canoeing

Overnight camping 

Visit to wildlife conservation areas 

All accommodations 

All meals 

All transportation 

Staff 

FAQs

1. Do children and adult participate in the same program?

While the dates of the trips are the same, the programs are build sepaterely for juniors and for adults. 


2. When do I have to register for this program?

Space is limited for this program and we encourage you to enrol as soon as possible. Deadline is early spring 2020


3. Is the Registration Fee non-refundable?

Yes, the registration fee is non-refundable and due upon enrolment