Educational tours are a media where students come through an experience of witnessing ‘in real’ what they read or should know about India. We also planned the same and this wonderful tour was organized by our Secretary Sir and Principal Ma’am. There were 3 staff members and 31 students of which 9 were girls and 22 were boys. The students were from class 11 & 12. We started our tour on Friday at 6:30 p.m. in the evening and reached Nainital next afternoon at around three.
is a popular hill station in the Indian state of Uttarakhand and headquarters of Nainital district in the Kumaon foothills of the outer Himalayas. Naintal is famous for its most significant segment like the –
After reaching Nainital the students were provided with lunch and in the evening were given free time to relax and cherish in the Mall Road (a market street located near lake especially famous for shopping). At night dinner was provided to students and a dance party was also organized for the students. The students thoroughly enjoyed the D.J party.
We began next day of our tour. The weather and the scenery were fascinating. The students had their breakfast and then we went to Hanuman Gahri temple from where we went to small trekking to suicide point. It was a very beautiful view.
Thereafter we went for trekking to Tiffin Top famous for its scenic view. It took around half an hour for trekking the students were very enthusiastic and hiked the way in a quick pace. After reaching the top the students did horse riding and clicked photographs. Thereafter we went back to the hotel where lunch was provided to the students, after lunch the the students were taken for Rope way. The students were given one hour break to rejoice. The students did ‘shooting’ and had a view of ‘Kanchenjunga’, there were also certain rides that thrilled the students.
After the ropeway the students were left for free shopping for one hour and they were asked to return at the destined place. The same night after having dinner we departed for Jaipur at around 10:30 pm. The next morning we took a break in ‘mandakini hotel at carol bagh at Delhi were the students were given time to refresh themselves and to have breakfast. Then we continued the journey in the bus. The students were enjoying by dancing, singing and by playing games. We took a short break at Dhaula Kuan for lunch. After that we reached school the same day at around ten at night.