Equilibria’s study programme is concluded with an exciting tour to Europe! The purpose of the European tour is to widen our students’ horizons and their understanding of other cultures and lifestyles, rounding them off culturally and intellectually.

The tour adds the final finishing touch to Equilibria’s study programme and concludes the gap year on a high note.

The tour features the favourite destinations of travellers through Europe and the Mediterranean countries. The awesome itinerary is normally spread over 12 days and ensures an unforgettable experience for Equilibria students in the company of their classmates.

two young men smiling in front of Eiffel tower
Young people standing in front of a snowy mountain

Explore the romantic boulevards of Paris …

Blow your mind with the breath-taking majesty of the Swiss Alps…

Take a leaning selfie at the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa…

Discover true Italian cuisine in Tuscany…

Experience the water streets of Venice on a gondola…

Sail down the Rhine River among medieval German castles…

Discover the best cheese amid windmills in Amsterdam…

Sounds like fun? Sign up for Equilibria’s European Tour to conclude your gap year in an unforgettable way!

Friends and family members are allowed to join you on the tour.


Since the tour is booked as a group booking, it is possible to reduce the costs and make the tour affordable for most of our students. The 2020 tour amounted to approximately R25 000.00 (South African Rand) per person.

The price includes the following:

  • Accommodation in hotels, youth hostels, chalets
  • Linen and breakfast at all the lodging places
  • Entry to all the excursions and tourist attractions stipulated on the itinerary
  • Most dinners and lunches
  • Transport on a luxury, air-conditioned bus
  • Travel and Health Insurance
  • Pre/post tour hotel accommodation
  • Flight
  • Airport taxes

What is not included?

  • Personal pocket money
  • Optional sightseeing excursions
  • Some lunches and dinners.
  • The visa fees
map of Europe

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.”

Augustine of Hippo