Grade X tour -2072
Nestled amongst the peaks of the great Himalayan Mountains, Nepal is a country blessed with an abundance of natural beauty and colorful history. Staying in comfortable and character-full hotels, lodges, without any strenuous activities, this tour helped to our children to discover ancient city streets and architecture enjoy stunning mountain views, walk through tiny rural villages’ luxuriant farmland and forests filled with wildlife, and saw some of Nepal’s most famous and holiest temples and Stupas.
Grade X students of our school started this tour from School complex at sharp: 7 am on 10thof January 2016 .From Kathmandu we travelled through the heart of Nepal passing through beautiful mountain and lowland scenery, and picturesque towns and villages before arriving at Chitwan National Park. One of Asia’s most famous national parks, the forest & grassland landscape is home to many birds and animals including the majestic Indian elephant and the ever-elusive Bengal tiger. The park is most famous however for its population of the rare one-horned rhinoceros. We include various activities in the park, including a jungle walk or jeep safari and an early morning elephant ride, as well as a local village walk.And In the evening we enjoyed Tharu cultural dance which is very typical and full of excitement. We came to know the root of this culture.
From Chitawan we headed towards Pokhara which is an important tourist centre. We left the lowlands behind and head back into the foothills of the Himalayas for a beautiful drive to Pokhara This lakeside town affords magnificent views of the snow-capped peaks of the mighty Annapurna mountain range. We remained busy in and around the town, including short walks, caves, boat rides and nearby excursions.
From Pokhara We headed towards the hilltop village, Bandipur, which is an ancient trading centre and is set amongst wonderful mountain scenery. We spent one beautiful evening and a sunny morning to explore this charming, traditional hill town, including a stroll around the bazaar.
Leaving Bandipur we drove back to the Kathmandu valley on 15th jan.2016. It was one of the meaning activities among the different activities in Baba Boarding High School. The whole tour was led by ECA coordinator Mr. Dikesh Pradhan followed by Mr. Ravi K.C., Ms, Deepa Lohala and Mr. D.B. Dahal.
“My child is enjoying her new school and is happy with her teachers. Little things in life matter and she has started taking care of those little things. She has become more confident and has started taking decisions on her own. ”