Excursion is the best way to learn while enjoying and it becomes exciting when goes beyond the borders.  Under the ISA project of the school a team of 10 students and two co-ordinators visited Nepal for Culture Exchange Programme with Annal Jyoti School, Nepal.

It was a funfilled, exciting and an adventurous trip where team not only visited the School but also experiences the Nature’s Wonders in Nepal. 

They got a very warm welcome from students and staff of Annal Jyoti School.  They exchange their views and activities with the students and invited them to their country and school.  A Culture Exchange Programme was held by Annal Jyoti School where they not only displayed their culture but also showed a respect for our country.  A Community Dinner was organized by the school management and staff followed by a Bonefire and Tent Party.

The team visited a local village alongwith the students of Annal Jyoti School, where they learned about the daily routine of the people and gathered the knowledge about their culture, customs, their language and other major activities.

Nepal is a place full of nature beauty.  Where the team visited the Buddhist Temples, World Peace Stupa and Pashupatinath Temple, they enjoyed the beautiful sunrise among the deep valleys and snow peak mountain ‘Annapurna’ range.

They experienced the Mahadev Cave Visit but the Bat Cave was the most adventurous where they found around 80,000 bats hung in the dark and hard rock cave.  They visited amazing sights of Devis Fall and Seti River which were beyond imagination as the water flow was so fast falling from the high mountains.

Students enjoyed each and every moment of the visit from the beginning as it was their first flight.  They enjoyed the scene of cotton clouds and the mountain range from the height of the plane. They stayed together in luxurious hotel and lodge and enjoyed the wonderful food of Nepal too.

Overall the trip was a great experience which gives a feeling of being SPECIAL.

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