Sri Lanka which is known as “the pearl of the Indian Ocean” is a prime location for your next school tour. With a vibrant culture, picturesque landscapes, World Heritage sites, ancient cave-temples, working tea plantations and incredible food it makes the perfect location for a variety of educational experiences.
Students will be immersed in the abundant wildlife and pristine eco systems as they take an exciting jeep safari through the Yala National Park to witness the huge variety of exotic wildlife including the majestic Sri Lankan elephants, crocodiles, and monkeys.
They will learn firsthand about a variety of conservation programs, with a visit to the Pinnawela Elephant orphanage to understand how the abandoned and injured baby elephants are cared for and rehabilitated. With a visit to a turtle sanctuary, students will be educated about the dangers facing turtles in the oceans and on land and will have the opportunity to get an up close to see the baby turtles.
Sri Lanka is the perfect destination for trekking adventures and field studies, with its lush forests, and incredible mountain ranges. Our school tours take students to rock top forts and to explore ruined cities with their historical and archeological treasures. Students can walk amongst the ancient architecture and see the magnificent palaces, temples, tombs, and monuments in the ancient cities.
Students can work together and give back to the communities they visit, by taking part in one of our enriching community service projects. These projects will leave a lasting impact on the communities they visit, and students will build skills for their future through meaningful experiences.
Abundant in animal and plant life as well as historical and archeological treasures, Sri Lanka is the perfect location for trekking adventures and wildlife field studies. This educational tour in SriFIND OUT MORE
Our Sri Lanka school tours can be tailored to meet any of your learning objective. Sri Lanka offers the chance for students to discover a vibrant culture, and total immersion in pristine ecosystems anFIND OUT MORE