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World Bound Italy

Expedition Camp

Venice, Milan

Lago di Garda, Val di Sole


The leadership expedition for addressing climate change that extends beyond the physical journey and continues even after returning home.
Embark upon a breathtaking adventure in the Alps and the Dolomites. Explore a stunning yet peaceful region with pristine lakes and quaint little farms scattered among towering mountain peaks. Challenge yourself and your group to produce less than 50% of the average traveller’s carbon footprint while camping, sleeping in huts, working with shepherds, cooking Italian meals with local food and meeting with leaders in Italy’s Green Transition and Sustainable Development Goals.
This transformational experience will take you out of your comfort zone and teach you about yourself, your peers, and the world around you!
Along the way, you will create a Digital Travel Journal with the help of a professional photographer. By collecting your ideas, Indigenous & local perspectives, and direct and first-hand information about climate change, you will explore and solidify your place in our fight for a better future.


The Dolomites in Italy are a natural wonder that never ceases to amaze with their majestic peaks, pristine valleys, and breathtaking landscapes. Its sheer beauty is a testament to the magnificent power of nature and a reminder of the importance of preserving it for future generations to come. A visit to the Dolomites can awaken a sense of wonder, awe, and appreciation for the natural world, leaving us with an enduring admiration for the exquisite beauty that surrounds us.

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Age Range

From            years old

To                  years old



Gender Orientation


Max Capacity

Under 50 campers/session

Camper / Staff Ratio


Session´s length

3 weeks

Summer Season ends on:

Aug 26, 2023

Summer Season starts on:

Aug 6, 2023

Program Areas at Camp

Environmental Awareness, Team Building & Coop Games, Language Exhange, Nature & Science, Leadership training, Outdoor skills, Climate change curriculum:

Other Activities at Camp

Campfires, Environmental awareness, Overnight Hikes

Specific Workshops

Indigenous Heritage, World Bound Pillars:, Integrating Climate Change Principles and Perspectives, Exploring Real-world Environments, Volunteering in Communities, Practicing Life Skills, Sustaining Climate Action


Explore small-scale, sustainable eco-businesses and engage with the local community to gain a diverse range of perspectives on harmonious living with nature.

Night activities

Star Gazing, Story Telling

A typical morning at Camp

Join a small alpine dairy farm as a shepherd and gain knowledge about sustainable agriculture from the community of local farmers. Additionally, relish in a diet comprising of 100% locally sourced food.

A typical afternoon at Camp

Explore Italy's awe-inspiring landscapes, such as Alpe di Siusi, Lago di Garda, and Careser Glacier, on foot or by bike under the guidance of knowledgeable local mountain guides. Observe the consequences of the catastrophic 2018 Vaia cyclone firsthand, and acquire insights into the other ways in which climate change has affected Italy.

A typical evening at Camp

Experience a transformative experience amidst the stunning backdrop of the Alps, free from any technological distractions or unnecessary human contact. Embrace the opportunity for self-reflection and introspection.
Forge meaningful cross-cultural connections by joining our group of eco-travellers, composed of individuals hailing from both Canadian and Italian backgrounds. Together, we will embark on a journey of exploration, self-discovery, and growth, uniting through shared challenges and experiences.

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