Q1: Can students wander off alone during the journey?
A: No, students should never wander off alone or separate from the group without proper supervision. It is essential to stay with the designated group and follow the instructions of the expedition leaders and teachers.

: Are students allowed to engage in risky activities?
A: No, students should not participate in any activities that pose unnecessary risks to their safety. This includes climbing or accessing restricted areas, engaging in extreme sports or activities without proper training and supervision, or participating in activities that are prohibited or against the rules.

: Can students leave the accommodation without permission?
A: No, students should not leave their accommodation without proper permission and supervision. It is important to inform the designated authorities or teachers about any plans to leave the premises, ensuring that appropriate safety measures and supervision are in place.

Q4: Is substance abuse allowed during the journey
A: No, students must refrain from the use of alcohol, drugs, or any other prohibited substances during the journey. It is strictly prohibited and can pose significant risks to their safety, health, and overall well-being

Q5: Should students respect local customs and laws?
A: Yes, students should respect and adhere to the local customs, traditions, and laws of the destination they are visiting. It is essential to be mindful of cultural sensitivities, dress codes, and appropriate behavior in public spaces.

Q6: Are students allowed to engage in bullying or harassment?
A: No, students must treat their peers, educators, local community members, and staff with respect and kindness. Bullying, harassment, or any form of disrespectful behavior is strictly prohibited and will not be tolerated.

: How should students prioritize personal safety
A: Students should prioritize their personal safety by following safety guidelines, staying aware of their surroundings, and taking necessary precautions to protect themselves and their belongings. This includes securing personal valuables, being cautious in crowded areas, and reporting any suspicious activities or concerns to the appropriate authorities.

Q8: Should students ignore instructions?
A: No, students must follow the instructions and guidelines provided by the expedition leaders, teachers, and Edufiesta staff. This includes safety briefings, activity-specific instructions, and any rules or regulations set forth for the journey.

By adhering to these strict guidelines, students can ensure a safe and responsible travel experience that promotes learning, personal growth, and cultural understanding. These FAQs outline the expectations and requirements to prioritize the well-being and security of all participants during our educational journeys.