In effect all overseas trips incorporate a degree of Geography related learning: the study of the earth and its inhabitants. This makes a school Geography trip a very exciting proposition as you can really choose any location and give it a Geography angle: whether that be trekking in Nepal to study mountain ranges or navigating the caves and rock formations of the Borneo rainforest!
For those looking for something more specific there are several destinations that particularly lend themselves to a Geography fieldtrip. For example, a tour of Morocco to study desertification and life on the margins, or a trip to an Icelandic volcano to study geothermal activity and plate tectonics.
The expedition was excellent. Ben was a great leader, full of enthusiasm, and the project in Ba Kelalan was exactly what we were looking for: both remote and meaningful