School trips to India

Discover more in India with fascinating school trips, religious studies tours, diverse geography and adventurous school expeditions.

School trips to India for religious studies, geography and adventurous expeditions. Travelling in India is an experience unlike any other. Whether you trek in the Himalaya on a school expedition, visit organic farms on a geography trip or explore the country’s religious heart, India will have a profound effect on you and your students.

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For sheer life experience and education, a school trip to India is extraordinary. Just to travel here is an adventure, yet as a year round destination with so many possibilities for schools and colleges, India provides the opportunity to bring the learning to life and educate through amazing tour and expedition experiences.

For the adventurous, we have extended trekking and rafting expeditions in the Indian Himalaya. We can also access responsible and worthwhile community projects.

Religious studies school trips to India are also a firm favourite, enabling your students to get up close and personal with India's four mighty religions. The two day stay at an Ashram on the banks of the Ganges in Rishikesh is bound to be a highlight.

For biologists, our unique ‘Junior Rangers’ course gets hands on with tiger conservation. Staying in an amazing lodge deep in Kipling country, you’ll learn the skills of camera trapping and setting up impression pads, as well as having a host of lectures from local wildlife and conservation experts.

Our ‘Tigers, Trains and the Taj’ trip is perfect for geography departments wanting a fascinating and varied introduction to India. Contact us to find out more about school trips to India.

Contact us to discuss your requirements in more detail:

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