Customized Faculty-Led Study Tours
In today's global society, the world is the classroom. More and more universities, colleges, and high schools are building short-term educational tours into their curriculum and course lists. India, an emerging nation with incredible diversity, holds incredible potential for hosting these tours. Professors and teachers want to invest time in education, not sink time in making travel plans and coordinating logistics. That's why we partner with educators to provide various travel services in India:
We'll work with you to customize an itinerary that fits you, your students, and your educational objectives.
Need help promoting your trip among students? We'll provide promotional materials that attract and inspire.
We'll partner with you to make sure that students are prepared well to get the best educational experience possible.
We'll work to make sure you get great rates with minimal hassle.
Taxis, buses, trains, auto rickshaws, camel carts... We'll arrange whatever it takes to move you from place to place.
Hotels, guesthouses, homestays... We'll find safe and culturally engaging places to stay.
India is filled with fascinating cultural and historical sites. The Taj Mahal is just the beginning. We'll help you understand what could be the best experiences for your group.
The opportunities to learn are endless. Around every corner is another lesson.
Want a more immersive and less touristy experience? We'll help you discover off-the-beaten path ideas and authentically interact with the beautiful people of India.
Our English and Hindi-speaking American and Indian staff can help broker cultural and communication differences, providing the support necessary to accomplish your objectives.
Afraid of Delhi belly? You're not the first. While we can't guarantee health, we'll carefully select eating options that reduce the risk that illness will hinder your experience.
Not everything always goes as planned. When a crisis arises, we'll be there to do our part in walking you through it, leveraging local and international resources.