world to you
Wherever you’re from, you are part of a global Scouting community made up of 164 National Scout Organisations from 224 countries and territories around the world. Encouraging our Members to make links with Scouts from all over the world is an important part of what we do, and we can provide many opportunities to connect internationally, from attending worldwide Jamborees at home or abroad to welcoming an international Scout Troop into your community.
As part of my Queen’s Scout Award I went on an expedition to Iceland, which was an incredible experience, especially hiking in the northern part of the country.
Graeme, Explorer Leader
The best thing about Blair Atholl is meeting people from all over the world, getting to see Scotland and the fantastic sense of community.
Providing young people with the opportunity to experience international travel is something that can be accessible through Scouting. Follow our Visits Abroad process to help you achieve successful trips. If you don’t want to organise your own trip, look out for opportunities to attend international events on our events calendar.View events calendar
InternationalVisit abroad form
InternationalVisit abroad process
InternationalVisit abroad flowchart
InternationalDriving a minibus abroad: FAQs
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Head to our Resources Hub for more resources.
What support is available?
The costs involved in planning an international trip can seem daunting but there are a number of funds available to help support your plans.
Explore global issues
With global learning centre Scotdec, we've created an activity pack to help you explore the UN's Sustainable Development Goals with young people.Find out more
You don’t have to travel to connect with our global Scouting community. Get in touch and we can put you in touch with like-minded Scouts from other parts of the world to exchange letters, news or share ideas.