This three-week block sees students practicing expeditionary learning through a nine-day sail or kayak trip and a five-day car-camping expedition during which students aim to find answers to the question: how does tourism shape a place? This period also includes a few class blocks on campus (Academic Week 6), time dedicated to Research coursework, and the 48-hour solo. Students are in groups of 13 on their expedition, throughout which they are positioned to exercise leadership and ownership within their small community.