Andaman Island Trip

Date : 07 September, 2019

A dream to unlock beyond the classroom was our educational trip to Andaman Island. The students unveiled the amazing Andaman through this exciting and marvelous trip. The patriotism feelings were aroused in our children on seeing the Cellular Jail and the Light and sound show. Harbour cruise to Ross Island and North Bay Island was really adventurous as our children viewed corals, enjoyed scuba diving, dolphin ride, and water scooter ride. Our students explored the Anthropological Museum, Samudrika and Navy-Marine museum for the ancient history of the island and also saw nearly 350 species of marine life. Also a visit to the Chatham Saw Mill one of the largest Saw Mill of Asia was an eye-opener. The students got a 360-degree view of the city from the Joggers Park. We visited the Mount Harriet National Park at Hope Town which was the highest peak. Last but not the least our students enjoyed swimming and basking in the fringed, unspoiled and tranquil sandy beach of Corbyn’s Cove Beach. It was indeed informative, exploring, and an adventurous trip for our students.

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