INFORMATION ABOUT SCOUTING
Information about Scouting
The post of Regional Adviser (International) is currently vacant, but for information and assistance please contact the Region using firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taking a Scouting group abroad
If you are taking a group of young people abroad, then you need to look at the information in the factsheet Thinking of Going Away (FS260018). It provides an outline of the areas you will need to consider.
Do not forget to get a copy of the Visits Abroad Folder from your Regional Adviser. This contains Form TA which must be submitted before travelling abroad.
Have you been on a trip abroad with scouts? Organised an expedition in another country? Or are you looking for inspiration for an overseas adventure? Globe Trekker is an interactive trip and expedition planning tool. Users have the ability to leave reports of their visits to help and inspire others.
Each country has an information box containing general information, useful links and access to submitted reports.
With reports from China to Canada, Nepal to the Netherlands, Globe Trekker is full of advice and guidance to help you plan your next Scout trip overseas.
This summer is gearing up to be a great one for trips abroad in the region, ranging from Jamboree visits to Explorer Belts, and much more in between. First up, we spoke to some Explorers from Pink Panther ESU to find out about their July trip to Denmark for the...
The Explorer Belt is awarded to a team who carry out a ten-day expedition outside the UK. It is open to Explorers aged 16 and over, Network members and members of the Senior Section of Girlguiding aged 16 or over. It is a real challenge and requires...
Iceland, the land of fire and ice and the destination for Wildfire Explorers' first Explorer Belt Expedition in July this year. 2nd July 2015 saw the culmination of over a year's planning and training as eleven Explorers, four Leaders and four family members departed...
SHQ have updated their Visits Abroad material and all Leaders considering an international trip should follow the new process outlined. Full details are available on the SHQ site which explains the new Visits Abroad Process.
The World Scout Moot will be held from 25 July to 2 August 2017 in Iceland. It will be a fantastic opportunity for those aged 18 - 25 to meet around 5000 Scouts from across the world. Further details on Scottish and UK websites.