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Spice & all things nice!

India is the epitome of organised chaos! Whilst treating the senses this kaleidoscope of colours sits on the far right of all things wonderful! Students will discover their zen on the shores of Sri Lanka. Colours, cultures and characters await!

Your itinerary

Contrast the sights of India with the slower pace of Sri Lanka. Your students will discover peace and power in one almighty trip. Check out our educational itinerary below, remember we can tailor this to suit your needs, just say the word!

Day 1

Arrive in Delhi and transfer to your accommodation. In the afternoon your group will enjoy a guided tour of the ‘old’ and ‘new’ Delhi.

Day 2

In the morning your group will leave for Agra and in the afternoon your students will visit the beautiful Taj Mahal and Agra Fort, where they will have plenty of time to take some pictures!

Day 3

Today your group will leave for Jaipur. Upon arrival your group will transfer to Ambert Fort & Hawa Mahal. After their evening meal your group will be transferring to the zen paradise that is Sri Lanka!

Day 4

After resting up and a traditional meal your group will be transferring to Sigiriya via Dambulla, stopping off along the way for a local lunchtime meal. Upon arrival your group will explore the vibrantly decorated caves of Dambulla Cave Temple. In the evening your group will explore the village around Sigiriyia and enjoy a cooking demonstration at a local pitstop.

Day 5

Your students will rise early to visit Popham’s Arboretum, created over five decades ago in the name of conservation. In the afternoon your group will transfer to Matale before settling down to your evening meal.

Day 6

Your group will rise early for a morning in the Spice Garden, where your group will discover some of the homegrown spices Sri Lanka has to offer. Later students will visit the Batik Making Factory to discover colourful cloth and the creation of it. In the evening your group will head to Kandy to witness traditional Kandyan dancers & drummers and even fire walking!

Day 7

In the morning your group will visit the Temple of the Sacreed Tooth Relic of Budda, The Royal Botanical Gardens, Gem Museum and the War Cemetery. In the evening your group will discuss their learnings over a home cooked meal!

Day 8

After breakfast, your group will leave for Nuwara Eliya, affectionately known as ‘Little England’. On the way to this home away from home, your group will travel through the Ramboda Pass and cascading tea plantations. Your group will stop of at a Tea Factory and Plantation to witness the manufacturing process of the world famous ‘Ceylon Tea’.

Day 9

Today your group will be visiting Horton Plains Nature Reserve. Your group will discover nature at its very finest! Leopards, sambhur, deer, Slender Lories, purple monkeys, eagles and some 247 species of butterflies all await you!

Day 10

On their final day students will leave for Bentota via Udawalawe. We’ve saved the best ‘til last with a visit to the Udawalawe Elephant Transit Home (ETH). A refuge for elephants which have been affected by the human – elephant conflict. Students will then gather their belongings and embark on their journey home.

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