First it was Croatia...now globetrotting students at Horncastle’s Banovallum School are plotting a trip to Morocco.
The school will be heading to North Africa for two weeks in July 2020.
They will go hiking in the Atlas mountains, work at a school in a deprived area, and go on a camel trek along the coast!
The first in a series of fundraisers for the trip will take place on Friday, January 25 with an inaugural Burns Supper in the School Hall - haggis, neeps, tatties and all,
While in Morocco, the students will be hiking the Amizmiz trail in the High Atlas mountain range, trekking through a vibrant and varied landscape, passing and staying in remote Berber villages.
While working at a school, they will be teaching basic English to pupils, playing sports and helping with classroom renovations.
Finally, the group will stay in Essaouira, a historic and beautiful fishing town.
They have chosen a camel trek, passing through forests and vast sand dunes.
The last day is spent in Marrakech where students will be able to haggle for souvenirs.
•Tickets for the Burns Supper (£10) are available from school reception or can be ordered at email@example.com