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General Info

DUCK Expeditions offer Durham students the journey of a lifetime - a journey of cultural discovery and personal development, as well as contributing to DUCK’s charitable legacy in communities all over the globe.

Entirely student-run, DUCK Expeditions are offering you the opportunity to volunteer and travel in one of ten stunning destinations around the world next summer, in a team of 8-12 Durham students. Whether caring for rescued elephants in Thailand, teaching kids in Cambodia, running extra-curricular for street kids in Peru, bonding with orang-utans in Borneo or climbing Kilimanjaro - there’s many more opportunities available and there really is something for everyone. For summer 2018, we’re adding two new and exciting expeditions: to Tanzania and to Nepal, including a trek through the Himalayas. A once in a lifetime experience, wouldn’t you love to join in, and give both time and money to great international causes?


Teams of 8-12 students - including one leader (selected, already completed at least one DUCK Exped) and a deputy leader

10 amazing destinations - check out the tabs

4-6 weeks of incredible experiences, and a lifetime of memories



Our teams volunteer for 3 or 4 weeks working with small NGOs or partner projects. Many of these only exist due to previous DUCK funding.

Projects fall into three broad categories, with most expeditions a combination of two: kids, animals, building construction/renovation. In addition to Kili, 3 expeditions feature treks - Peru to Machu Picchu, Nepal through the Himalayas, and Borneo up Mt Kinabalu.

Each participant donates up to £1000 to selected charities, including the Project itself




Projects are usually off the beaten tourist track allowing participants gain a unique and eye-opening insight into these countries - beyond the tourist screen. Our teams can immerse themselves and discover so much about unfamiliar cultures, as well as contribute to the local communities.

It’s eye-opening, the polar opposite to the Durham bubble, but it’s also enticing.

Each team then has at least one week of travel, to make the most of their exotic destination!




for more information please contact Ella, our Expeditions Officer at