Nursey World, in association with Master Travel, invites you to explore early years services in the fascinating country of Peru. Accompanied by Nursery World editor Liz Roberts, you will have the incredible opportunity to see first-hand how Peru's early years policies are put into practice. A programme of private professional visits to a range of preschool settings will enable you to meet early years teachers and children. Your professional itinerary will be complemented by a superb cultural programme, including the magnificent Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.
Full Tour Price: £4,550 | Dates: 27th May - 7th June 2018 |Duration:12 days
10 nights’ accommodation in twin bedded rooms with private facilities
Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
All transport services within Peru
Pre-trip briefing meeting in London
Comprehensive briefing notes
The services of our tour leader and local guides
A full programme of visits and excursions as per the itinerary
All admission fees where applicable as specified in the itinerary
The cost will exclude
All personal extras such as tips, porterage, laundry, inoculation fees and drinks
Any optional excursions, tours and visits
Please note that all itineraries in Peru are subject to change according to local conditions. Due to the nature of the tour, spaces are limited. We will hold a briefing meeting in London one month prior to departure where you will be able to meet your tour leader and fellow travellers as well as learn more about the places to be visited.
Tour leader: Liz Roberts
Accompanying you throughout the visit to India will be Liz Roberts, editor of Nursery World, the leading professional magazine and website for everyone involved in the care of young children. Liz joined the title in 1996 as features editor, becoming editor the following year. As well as leading Nursery World’s print publications online service, Liz is involved in the title’s annual awards, conferences and exhibitions. She has been a member of several early years sector working groups and think-tanks, including the Baby Room project, and regularly chairs and speaks at conferences. Liz is a trustee of the Centre for Research in Early Childhood. She is frequently asked to commentate on early years matters by national TV, radio and the press.