World Challenge India
World Challenge India
We will be going on an adventure based on India’s Golden Triangle over 11 days. The triangle is composed of three areas (Jaipur, Agra and Delhi). Will will be completing a project in Udaipur which will help the local community and should equip of challengers with the skills of independence and confidence. We will also have a cookery class making traditional food with local villagers and kite flying which has been a big part of the areas culture since the 16th century. Later on the challengers will be taught how to wear saris and turbans and visit the Ranthambhore wildlife park where we will see tigers, elephants and sloths. Afterwards we will see the Taj Mahal at sunrise and hopefully visit the wildlife SOS charity which look after sloth bears.
Cost and Details
Price is £2850, we aim for students to make most if not all through their own independent fundraising. Fundraising help will be given later on and will provide multiple avenues of fundraising. Cost is inclusive of flights, transfers, medical insurance, logistics, safety and medical equipment, pre-trip checks accommodation, food and transport in country around the golden triangle. Visas, vaccinations personal kit and pre-trip cancellation insurance is not included. I would also include some money (a small amount) for souvenirs or treats such as a Coca-Cola.
Departure will be between 12-14th July – depends on the time we book.
To apply please visit www.ourworldchallenge.com/aac5u22w/
APPLICATION DEADLINE IS 29TH NOVEMBER 2019
Why World Challenge
World challenge is a company with over 30 years of experience. Over those years some 150,000 students have travelled with them. Safety is paramount and as such you will have a teacher, world challenge leader, an in-country agent and the world leading operations centre. The centre is open 24 hours a day, every day and monitors the expedition as it occurs. We will be equipped with satellite phones, distress beacons, live trackers and medication as a provision and the company have a network of over 7000 approved medical facilities.
The operations centre will also independently be monitoring the weather and security surveillance to ensure safety throughout the expedition. Additionally, world challenge audit all aspects of our trip from transport, to accommodation.