Summer vacations commenced with a delightful sojourn for the students of classes VI to X. The school organised a 6-day trip to Manali for the students from 15th to 20th May 2018. Almost 80 students escorted by 8 teachers set off to the enchanting hills by bus. The itinerary was planned brilliantly where the students could enjoy and gather adventurous experiences the most.
First day was the most exciting for the students as they stayed in tents at Highlander Camp adjacent to Beas river and participated in numerous thrilling activities like Flying Fox, Commando Net, Bamboo Rope etc.. The evening turned musical by an arrangement of a programme where the students danced together cheerfully on the latest Bollywood numbers.
The next morning the group headed to River Crescent Hotel , Manali. On the way to the hotel they got an opportunity to participate in the most thrilling activities , River Crossing. They were taken to the spot where they crossed the swift flowing icy brook in groups. They were tied with the ropes to ensure their safety and cheered by the spectators while walking across the narrow river. The unrestrained laughter and excitement filled their day with a great and unique adventure to be cherished forever. Post lunch the students went to explore one of the oldest temples in the hills , Hadimba Temple. The beautiful and natural alfresco of the temple was a feast for the eyes. The students learnt about its history and got fascinated by its simplicity which is still maintained. The day became more pleasurable with shopping at Mall Road and the students bought beautiful souvenirs for their near and dear ones. The DJ Programme organised for them at the hotel at night added another moment of ecstasy.
On the third day the group proceeded to Solang Valley where they enjoyed trekking and riding on bikes. The captivating beauty of the hills kept the students mesmerised. The awesome snow-capped mountain peaks emancipating a spell in the surrounding gave an immense opportunity to capture the picturesque grandeur in cameras.
On the day of the return to Delhi the group halted at Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara which is renowned for its divinity and hot springs. The students enjoyed holy langar at the Gurudwara and offered their prayers .The entire trip was a great exploration for the students and enabled them to learn through new experiences.
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