Spain (5 days/4 nights)
Viva La Espana
Almost the whole of Spain, known for its beautiful splendour and centuries-long history is a big open-air museum for students visiting. From the ancient monuments left by the Romans and Moors, the medieval castles of the interior, the white villages in inland Andalucía to the vibrant cities of Barcelona and Madrid, there is a great mixture of cultural attractions in Spain.

Based in the university town of Salamanca, we offer you a weeklong immersive Certified Spanish language learning program where the class has a distinctly international flavour, delivered in association with Enforex Language Learning School.

Your child will explore Spanish culture, visit the capital city of Madrid and Bernebeu Stadium, home of Real Madrid. They will also cross over to Portugal and spend some time on pristine Portuguese beaches. The cost includes all course material, 20 Spanish lessons and a certificate endorsing the level fluency of your child, and is a truly unique opportunity to build confidence and enhance skill set.
Oman (5 days/ 4 nights)
Date with Arabia
Oman's history tells stories of heroism, courage, wisdom, patriotism, love and devotion to homeland.

Oman overlooks the Arabian Sea, the Sea of Oman and the Arabian Gulf. It also controls the Strait of Hormuz, which is one of the most important facilities in the region, linking the Sea of Oman with the Arabian Gulf. The Strait of Hormuz is a gateway to all ships coming from the Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea. Muscat, capital of Oman, is a forward-thinking, progressive city much loved by its citizens, and a beacon for those who live in the interior. Some of Oman's main attractions, are the beautiful beaches of Sur, turtle nesting sites in Ras Al-Jinz and the desert dunes of Wahiba Sands.
Activities and visits in Oman will explore the most bio-diverse region of Middle East, Understand the impact of  geographical features on the country and its lifestyle, Respect for the Arabic heritage and culture, Exploring the Desert Ecosystem, Explore coastal ecosystem & conservation, Learning about the biodiversity of the turtle reserve and the sea green turtles- witness the rare egg laying phenomena, Understand the harmony of technology advancement and preservation of ancient values. Learning for life!
Italy (9 days/8 nights)
Mamma Mia!

Rome, a city where you feel cool just strolling through the streets, catching the sunlight on your face outside a café, or eating a long lunch. It’s a place that almost encourages you to take things easy.

Venice’s beating heart is Piazza San Marco, Europe’s most elegant living room, which is surrounded by works of indisputable mastery and prestige. Elegant, inimitable, exciting and romantic, precious: this is Venice, the gem on any tour of Italy.
Milan is the engine room of the country’s economy and home of its stock exchange. Treasures that survived WWII’s extensive damage include its elaborate cathedral, Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper, La Scala opera house and Castello Sforzesco. What really sets Milan apart, though, is its creative streak and fashion.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand the mystery of the tilt of the Leaning Tower of Pisa
  • Understand how science and technology has changed overtime and how it has revolutionized car engineering
  • Learn about the history and art of Murano glass making
  • Explore the why, where, and most importantly how? The Roman Empire stood, grew, strengthened and expanded its influence across a large part of Europe
  • Experience the musical Italian language, food and culture
  • Exploring the amazing historical world heritage sites and its architecture that still stands as a reminder of the amazing knowledge of Civil Engineering
Best Time to Travel: February – June and September- October

Do ask our camp counselors for a customized itinerary for a shorter duration programme.
Cambodia ( 5 days/4 nights)
The City of the 8th Wonder
The kingdom of wonders, the country of temples, state of enchanting natural landscapes, the land of colors, and the treasure house of unique culture; this is Cambodia for Trailblazers campers to this captivating destination.

Through the visits and activities planned, Trailblazers programme will introduce students to the distinct features of history, culture, customs, people and cuisine of this vibrant country.

Sand stone of ancient holy places, the giant roots of ancient trees, temples buried in the jungle, orphanages, rural communities and floating villages, colorful pagodas, and stunning royal palace complex are just few in Trailblazers itinerary to provoke students.
Learning Outcomes:
  • To develop an understanding of different communities, cultures, and its cuisines
  • Describe and explain the relationship between the climate and natural vegetation
  • Study the natural biodiversity and its interdependence with the habitat
  • To develop an awareness of the contrasting opportunities and constraints of people living in different places and under different physical and human conditions
Best Time to Travel: November - March
Dubai ( 5 days/4 nights)
Arabian Nights
Dubai is one of the few cities in the world that has undergone such a rapid transformation - from a humble beginning as a pearl-diving center - to one of the fastest growing cities on earth.

Dubai today is a tourism, trade and logistics hub and has earned itself the reputation of being the ‘gateway between the east and the west.’ It is also considered as the dynamic nucleus of the Arabian Gulf region.
Although Dubai's economy was historically built on the oil industry, the emirate's Western-style model of business drives its economy with the main revenues now coming from tourism, real estate, and financial services. Dubai has recently attracted world attention through many innovative large construction projects and sports events.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Learn the economic structure of this tax-free country from being a desert to a metropolitan city in three decades
  • Understand the diversity of the most cosmopolitan city in the world with about 1.9 million people from nearly 200 nationalities
  • Study, how in the shortest time Dubai has achieved the status of the fastest growing city in its region.
  • Experience the rich Arabic culture with their unique environment, lifestyle and food
  • Learn about the desert ecosystem and how the city has adapted to its environment
Best Time to Travel: October – April

Do ask our camp counselors for a customized itinerary.
Turkey (7 days/6 nights)
City of Three Faiths
Turkey is home to one of the earliest settlements in the world.

Turkey is a large peninsula that bridges the continents of Europe and Asia. It is surrounded on three sides by the Black Sea, Mediterranean Sea, and the Aegean Sea.

Turkey is a resting location for birds on their migratory journey between their summer and winter homes.

For millennia, Istanbul represented the gateway to the East, a land coveted by would-be conquerors and kings.
While Istanbul’s heart lies in its past, the soul of Istanbul is aimed squarely in the future, propelling a renaissance that pervades nearly every corner of city life. Formerly derelict neighborhoods are now delightful and atmospheric places to visit. 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Witness the cultural harmony of the three faiths: Islam, Christianity and Judaism
  • e effect of the geographical conditions of the area causing changes in the environment
  • Contribution of the rulers to the traditions and culture of the rich heritage
  • Experience one of Turkey’s most spectacular wonders of nature formed of hardened calcium carbonate sediments that over time have created a mountainous cascade of blinding white travertine pools, continually fed by mineral rich underground springs.
  • Witness the architectural masterpieces
Best Time to Travel: February - April

Do ask our camp counselors for a customized itinerary for a shorter duration programme.
Germany (6 days/5 nights)
History of the Wars
Germany, a land where nature and culture grow in perfect communion.

This unique cultural landscape situated at the very heart of Europe presents a historic past and an exciting present for the students.

Germany is one of the major political and economic powers of the European continent and a historic leader in many theoretical and technical fields.  The history and culture of Germany date back to the Germanic tribes and after that to the Holy Roman Empire.

A travel to this destination with Trailblazers is an opportunity to experience this beautiful and historic country in its entire splendor. 
Learning Outcomes:
  • Witness the monuments that now stand as symbols of Cold war, World War I, and World War II
  • Visit UNESCO Heritage sites to view masterpieces by great artists of the 19th century
  • Learn about the rise of the Third Reich (Nazi Germany), Hitler’s life and death; and the anguish of the Holocaust and the Nazi concentration camps
  • Study the gothic architecture and its history
Best Time to Travel: September – April
Greece (6 days/5 nights)
Abode of Gods
The first Olympic Games were held in the southern city of Olympia in 700 B.C. to honor Zeus, the king of Gods. Foreigners ruled Greece for over 2,000 years beginning with the Romans conquering the Greeks in the 2nd century.

Nearly two-thirds of the people live in large cities. Athens is the largest city, with over 3.7 million people crowding the metropolis.

Family life is a very important part of life in Greece. Children often live with their parents even after they get married. Greeks live long lives because of their healthy diet of olives, olive oil, lamb, fish, squid, chickpeas, & a lot of fruits.
Learning Outcomes:
  • To develop an interest in and enthusiasm for learning and understanding about the past
  • Study the effects of pollution on the local environment
  • A greater understanding of international issues and inter-relationships
  • To develop an aesthetic appreciation of its people, place, landscape, and the natural processes
  • To be able to appreciate art, culture, and cuisine of the country
Best Time to Travel: March - June
Malaysia (7 days/6 nights)
Camp Kaleidoscope
This, amazing country possess a careful assortment of centuries old rainforest, rugged Mountains, exotic wildlife, stunning beaches, incredible caves and vibe of a cosmopolitan city soaked in variant culture and tradition. 

A land of incredible contrasts, a bustling melting-pot of races and religions and a mix of modern world and a developing nation. All these make Malaysia unique and a single destination that has something in store for each student.


A land of incredible contrasts, a bustling melting-pot of races and religions and a mix of modern world and a developing nation. All these make Malaysia unique and a single destination that has something in store for each student. 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Portuguese settlement at Malaccan Straits
  • Penang island – Tropical spice garden for a cooking experience
  • Walk in the rainforest – FRIM
People & Culture
  • Famous Batik workshop
  • Local interaction at Kampung village
  • Rubber tapping demonstration
Best Time to Travel: March - October
Mauritius (6 days/5 nights)
The White Sands
Mauritius, an island nation in Indian Ocean about 2000 Km off the south east coast of African continent is a melting pot where past and present are smoothly blended together.

Loaded with historic sites, cultural diversity, geographic variation, sandy beaches, meandering coastline and rich biodiversity, this tropical paradise is a marvelous mix of nature's most precious delights - an Outdoor class offering an amazing learning opportunity to students visiting the island. This sparkling crystal in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean is an ideal location for learning and recreation.
The programme is very thoughtfully planned to give students a complete experience of the culture and tradition of the people of the island including their culture, art forms, language and cuisine.  The programme can be custom made to meet the out-door based requirements of International curriculum IB/IGCSE.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Aim to study the marine biospheres of Mauritius
  • Explore the island for understanding the extent of pressure exerted by natural and manmade activities
  • Examination of marine pollution and remedies
  • Investigate the pros and cons of cross-shore structures and groynes built on the beach to reduce long shore transport on open beaches
  • Experience the culture and tradition of the local people
Best Time to Travel: March - November
Thailand (5 days/4 nights)
Tropical Getaway
With a long coastline and jungle-topped islands anchored in azure waters, Thailand is a tropical getaway for the hedonist and the hermit, the prince and the pauper.

Buddhist temples, exotic wildlife, spectacular islands and friendly people, this is the land of smiles’, Thailand.

Trailblazers programme to the kingdom of Thailand is an opportunity for students to experience the wonderful mix of culture, tradition, heritage and delectable food of this amazing nation. The itinerary is planned to offer students an opportunity to blend with the culture and nature of the region and be adventurous.
Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand the characteristics of the climate and natural vegetation of a tropical forest
  • Witness a successful conservation project started due to the diminishing natural habitat of the elephants
  • Local interaction with a focus on cuisine, culture, and arts
Best Time to Travel: November - March
Vietnam (6 days/5 nights)
The Mekong Island
From the green rice fields in the north to fascinating bustle of the Mekong Delta in the south, Vietnam is beautiful. Densely forested mountain areas, the Mekong river delta, the coastal lowlands, house both varied wildlife and cultural life within their diverse topography. Its long history and rich ancient tradition is evident from its many faded colonial signatures, historic attractions and old temples. For the nature lovers, the country’s beaches, mountains, tropical forests and the Sahara like desert is what Vietnam offers.
The history and culture enthusiast is sure to be fascinated by all the ruins and pagodas located around the country. Vietnam is also the place where students can explore the culture, language and lifestyle as it offers a wide variety from the hill tribes and farmers of the north to the fishermen in the middle and southern regions of the country. Vietnam is thus an open-air classroom and has something to offer to each student.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Portuguese settlement at Malaccan Straits
  • Legendary Continental Hotel
  • Cu Chi tunnel
  • Halong Bay
  • Ti Top beach
  • Ti Top mountain
  • Sung Sot cave
  • Luon cavee
  • Bai Tu Long limestone caves
  • Tropical garden
People & Culture
  • Que Huong Charity center
  • Water puppet show
  • Musical show
  • Handicraft villages on the island
  • Family fun bee farm
  • Mekong river cruise in sampan (local wooden boat)
  • Xe Loi’ transportation around the island
  • Visit floating markets
Best Time to Travel: April - October