HIGHLIGHTED CORE LEARNING:
Nature has an immense capacity to adapt and survive. To understand how nature adapts, we can study different species and how they adapt and survive in different habitats. Different species in nature are interdependent.
Whenever we are challenged, we can look to nature for ideas and solutions. Nature inspires us to innovate and invent.
MIDDLE SCHOOL: What do you think this nature looked like fifty years ago? What do you think it might look like in another fifty years?
HIGH SCHOOL: How has the trip enhanced the importance of Nature? Of all the things you have learned, what do you think will be the most useful in future?
CHARMINAR: One of the most recognized structures of India and a global icon of Hyderabad. This monument is listed as an archaeological and architectural treasure on the official “list of monuments” prepared by archaeological survey of India. Study about Indo – Islamic architecture style, Incorporating Persian architecturally elements, Learn about the history of qutab shahi dynasty. The Charminar was built at the intersection of the historical trade route connecting the markets of Golkonda with the port city of Machhilipatnam.
GOLCONDA FORT: This 16th-century fortress. The intricacy and ingenuity of the structure are admirable. One can experiment with the eerie acoustics in the fort. A handclap at the entrance can be heard half a mile away. It has been under the influence of Kakatiyas, Bahmanis and then the Qutub Shahi dynasty. It has mounted cannons, four draw bridges, eight gateways, and the outermost enclosure are called the Fateh Darwaza or the Victory Gate.Golconda Fort is an imposing building that once protected an ancient city in an area famous for its diamond minesThe Kakatiya Kings originally constructed the fort from mud in the 12th century. Enter through the Bala Hissar Gate on the east side of the fort. Notice the gate’s arches and elaborate decorations and marvel at the 6-mile (10-kilometer) wall that stretches across the ruins. It is lined with cannons, gateways and drawbridges. Find your way around the maze of fortification walls to the ancient mosques, armories and chambers at the top of the hill.
LUMBINI PARK: Lumbini Park was constructed on 5 acres of land adjacent to Hussein Sagar Lake attracts tourists because of its beautiful ambiance. Get exposure to India’s first water multimedia show which is portrayed on one of the largest water screens in India. Shows the historical and cultural aspects of Hyderabad’s past present and future.
SALAR JUNG MUSEUM: Explore to one of the largest museums in the world which houses the largest one-man collection of antiques in the world belonging to different civilizations dating back to the 1st century this art museum has a collection of sculptures, painting, carvings, textiles, manuscripts, ceramics, metallic artifacts, carpets, clocks and furniture from Japan, Burma, Nepal, India, Persia, Egypt, Europe, and America. The Salar Jung Museum is one of India's most prized historic institutions, preserving a huge range of ancient academic journals, rustic weaponry and precious royal items from throughout the ages.
WHY CRAZY HOLIDAYS?
* All our educational programs are designed in parallel with the syllabus focusing on global awareness, allowing students to address global issues like poverty, sustainability, development, health care, conservation and much more.
* Our 24/7 Tour Monitoring System assures that every program is a great success.
* Every tour is escorted by a medically trained professional.
* Track My Tour-helps to get live updates of videos, photos & announcements while the kids are on tours.
* A dedicated manager from our office for every tour will be coordinating with the Teacher