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A trip to India is one of the most authentic experiences an individual could ever have. The country is full of lush beauty, exotic architecture and rich culture. It has the ability to overload the senses with its pure intensity in colours, smells, tastes and sounds. Few countries in the world can leave such a lasting impression, but India, with its layers and layers of History can truly open your eyes to contradiction. Students will be allowed the opportunity to visit one of the most famous monuments in the world one day, while embracing the chaos of an Indian Market place the next.  They also will get to observe local people engaging in their daily rituals which is a profoundly intimate experience. A tour to India will immerse students into both contemporary and historical India, allowing time to understand and learn respect for Indian History.

Tours can focus on a number of different subject areas depending on your personal preference. Please click below for more information on your subject interest.

Art & Literature
History & Classics
Geography & Science


We believe that one of the best ways of experiencing and learning while travelling is to fully immerse yourself in the authentic culture of a country.  Join in with their daily activities, learn about their food and their customs, and try speaking the language with the locals and your visit will be enriched far beyond the typical tourist experience. See what lies beneath the surface through these unique and immersive experiences.

Sample Activities

Chandigarh Day Trip – Your local guide will take you to some of the city’s most amazing destinations including The Rock Garden of Chandigarh, Leisure Valley, Sukhna Lake, Capitol Complex, and Chandigarh Rose Garden. Students will also get the opportunity for a Camel Ride. You will arrive back to your hotel at approximately 10pm.

Taj Mahal- standing on the bank of the River Yamuna, the opportunity to visit a wonder of the world, is an experience not to be missed.

Fatehpur Sikri– This deserted city was left due to the scarcity of water. Students will be able to experience this remarkably well preserved ghost city while learning of the significant buildings and their past uses.

Woodstock School – Woodstock is one of the oldest residential schools in Asia, operating today as a private non-profit institution with Indian Christian Minority Status. With USA Accreditation status, it is located on the foothills of the Himalayas meaning an expansive experience for students. With an opportunity to interact with international students, this is an awesome opportunity to learn about education in a different country.