More and more schools and institutes have realized the importance of Project Study Tours for school children which brings all their subjects {History / Geography / Science / Economics / Mathematics / Commercial Studies / English & Hindi} alive in front of their eyes, makes factory visits an experience where they see raw materials converted into a product which is used by them in their daily life. Also learning practically more about our country’s history, geography, culture, traditions and different stories about different incidents and events happened in the past. Even the parents are satisfied that their children learn while they enjoy. From the schools point of view the students score a maximum of 20 marks per subject for their board exams. Apart from just conducting the tour we also arrange professional guides and lectures in different educational subjects with organized factory visits, local village/market surveys, guidelines to products/brands surveys and cater to other requirements of the institutions.

We remember 20% of what we HEAR
We remember 50% of what we LEARN
We remember 99% of what we SEE, LEARN & DO


Q. What is Project Study Tour?
A Project Study Tour brings education outside the confines of a classroom. What a child sees, hears, learns, gathers and witnesses is perhaps much more than what a text book can teach him/her in a classroom. A Project is a research undertaken by a child and his/her research is incomplete if he/she does not visit and experience the place that he/she is going to write about.

Q. How different it is from other tours?
Other tours are fun filled tours with enjoyment as their top priority. When compared to a Project Study Tour for which the child researches on the given destination and accumulates first hand information. This information is then compiled and recorded. The recall value on a normal tour is 20% as compared to 75% on a Project tour.

Q. How does the Adventure Research Team help you to make your Project Study Tour Successful?
The Adventure team plays a very important role in organizing and seeing that the Project Study Tour is successful, right from selecting a destination, making the itineraries, questionnaire, taking all the required appointments for factories and industrial visits. A part from our faculty members who play the important role of educators on tours we also hire professionals whenever a project revolves around dams (hydraulic engineers), finance (bankers) and hotels (sales and marketing executives) who are in a position to use their knowledge and experience and give correct figures, configuration and turn-over / profit figures, when the project calls for such professional help. This helps in making the project accurate, precise and successful.

Q. How is a Project study tour organized by TEAM ADVENTURE……???
  • Step 01: Selection of destination
    The adventure resource team has carefully planned destinations with itineraries based on the ICSE / SSC /IGCSE / CBSE and IB Syllabus.
  • Step 02 : Providing Research Materials
    Providing research materials to the teachers, drawing up itineraries, making questionnaire as per the syllabus to be given to the students before they come on the tour. This enables them to collect first hand information to make their project successful.
  • Step 03 : Presentation
    A brief introduction & presentation on the historical importance of the places of interest to be visited.
  • Step 04 : Sightseeing / Factory visit / Other Educational Visits
    The students are taken for a visit around the destination area covering places of historical, geographical & environmental importance with professionally qualified guides and educational officers.
  • Step 05 : Project Writing
    The conference room of the hotel is transformed into an examination hall where the projects are written and presented. Thus enabling the students to concentrate on other day to day school work as their project writing and testing is over which comprises of 20 marks on each subject.
  • Step 06 : Quiz & Testing
    After the submission of the project work the students will enjoy a fun filled Quiz Competition on the destination itself.

  • Step 07 : Awards, Prizes, Medals & Certificates
    We award all our participants and students with certificates, awards, medals and prizes who have excelled in different categories during the entire project study tour.


Statue of Unity

Phunshukh Wangdu

The Kingdom of Thunder Dragon

The Indus Valley Civilisation

I.S.R.O Space Station

1. Gwalior – Jhansi :

Project Visits :
Jhansi Fort, Gwalior Fort with Sound & light show, Jai Vilas Palace {Marvelous Madhavrao Scindia Palace}, Factory Visit.
Other optional destination which can be combined are :
Agra: Agra Fort, Fathepur Sikhri, World famous Taj Mahal, Shoe Factory, ETB Plant.
Jaipur :
Amber Fort, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Block Printing, Rajasthan Culture.
Delhi :
Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, Bahai Temple.

2. Mysore – Srirangapatnam – Belur – Halebid – Shravanbelgoda :

Project Visits :
Mysore Palace, Chamunda Hills, Jagmohan Palace, Srirangapatnam, Brindavan Gardens with Musical Fountain Show, Chennakesava Temple, Pillars, Madanikas {bracket figures}, Shantala devi, Kedareeshwara Temple, Basti Hills, Hoysaeshwar Temple, Museum, Jain Temple, Nandi & Shravanbelguda.

3. Indore – Mandu :

Project Visits :
Visit to a working Agro farm, Lalbaug Palace, Kanch Mahal, Visit to Gobar/Bio Gas plant, Viewing the making & dyeing of Khadi Cloth, Jahaz {ship} Mahal, Rani Roop Mati Palace, Hoshangshai Tombs {Replica of Taj Mahal}, Raj Mandir, Delhi Gate, Hindola Mahal, Chappan Mahal, Baz Bahadur Palace, Hathi Mahal.

Other optional destination which can be combined :

4. Delhi – Agra (Optional: Jaipur) :

Project Visits :
Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, Bahai Temple, Factory Visit, Agra Fort , Fathepur Sikhri, World famous Taj Mahal, Shoe Factory.

5. Aurangabad – Ajanta & Ellora Caves :

Project Visits :
World famous Ajanta & Ellora Caves, Bibi Ka Maqbara {Replica of Taj Mahal}, Daulatabad Fort, Visit Himroo Shawls & Paithani Sarees Factory.

6. Jaipur – Jodhpur – Jaisalmer :

Project Visits :
Amer Fort, Jaipur city Palace, Jantar Mantar, Choki dhani, Meheragarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jaisalmer Fort, Havelis, Chattris, Camel safari at Sand Dunes.

7. Bangalore – Mysore :

Project Visits :
Mysore Palace, Chamunda Hills, Jagmohan Palace, Srirangapatnam, Brindavan Gardens, with Musical Fountain Show.

Bangalore :
Bannargatta Sanctuary, Lal baug, Botanical Gardens, Science centre, Tip Sultan Palace

8. Badami – Hampi – Hospet :

Project Visits :
Gol Gumbaz (boasts of the second largest dome in the world), the Mausoleum of lbrahim Adil Shah II- Ibrahim Roza, said to have inspired the Taj Mahal in Agra, Badami: Capital of early Chalukyas, Vithala Temple Complex Kings Balance, Queen’s Bath, Lotus Mahal, Elephant Stables, Mustard Ganesh, Noblemen’s Palace, Stone Chariot.

9. Cochin – Thekkady :

Project Visits :
Cochin Harbour Cruize, Jewish Synagogue, Chinese Fishing Nets, Dutch Palace, Mattanchery, Backwater Boat cruise at Alleppey, Periyar wild life sanctuary, Spice gardens & plantation visit, visit to a Coir Factory.

MUNNAR Hill Station


Project Visits :
Taj-ul-masjid, Jamma Masjid, Boating at the Upper Lake, Udaygiri caves Vidisha (Pali Sculptures), Sanchi: The Budhist Stupas with the four gateways of Samrat Ashoka’s life, Indira Gandhi Manav Sangralay.

11. Gir – Diu – Somnath – Veraval – Porbunder :

Project Visits :
Gandhiji’s Birth Place – Porbunder, Veraval Port, Somnath Temple with sound & light show, Sassan Gir Wild Life Sanctuary: Asias Largest Home for Lions, Diu (Union Territory).

12. Mount Abu – Udaipur :

Project Visits :
World Famous Dilwara Temples, Brahamakumari Spritual Museum Adhar Devi Temple, Guru Shikhar, City Palace, Moti Magri, Rana Pratap Memorial.

13. Hyderabad – Nagarjunsagar Dam – Vishakapatnam :

Project Visits :
Salarjung museum, Hussain Sagar Dam, Golkonda Fort with sound & light show, Nagarjunsagar Dam, Vishakapatnam Ship building & breaking yard, Vizag port.

14. Kerela – Gods Own Country Cochin – Alleppey – Kumarakom – Munnar – Periyar – Trivandrum :

Project Visits :
Chinese fishing Nets, Jewish Synagogue, Dutch Palace, Mattanchery, Back water cruise, Islands, Periyar wild life sanctuary, Tea Factories, Madhupatty Dam, Observatory, Spice Plantations & spice gardens, Visit to coir Factory.

15. GOA :

Project Visits :
Churches of Old Goa, Konkan Railway Project, Visit the Marvelous Spice Plantations, Visit to Kaju Factory, Naval Aviation Museum, Oceanography Dept., Gobar-Bio Gas plant, Fort Aguada, Visit to Ancestral Goa (What Goa was 100 years back).

Other Attractions :
Boat Cruise on river Mandovi.



17. Pune & Panchgani :

Visit the Agriculture Farm, Visit Zoo, Reptile Snake Park, Factory visit, Village Visit, Singhagad Fort, Visit Kelkar Museum, NDA Visit, Mapro Jam Factory.


Visiting a Union Territory, Gram Panchayat & it’s working, Dam Visit, Botanical garden, Science centre, Factory visit, Adivasi village visit, Hot water springs.

19. Bhandavgarh National Park :

The Fauna :
Wandering through the Park on elephant back, the chances of seeing a tiger are quite good. Also Other Attractions: In addition to the rich flora & fauna of the park, there stands a tall the ruins of Bandhavgarh Fort, believed to be over 2000 years old. The Fort has a large number of caves belonging to the pre-historic period with Brahmi inscriptions dating far back to the 1st century B.C. It is possible to climb up to the Bandhavgarh fort for a breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the Park and there is also a small population of black buck that lives here, protected from the predators below.

20. Ranthambore & Jaipur :

Ranthambore National Park is famous for its tigers and is one of the best places in the country to see these majestic predators in the wild. The tigers can be easily spotted even during the day. A good time to visit between November and May when the nature of the dry deciduous forests makes sightings common.

Jaipur :
Jaipur City palace, Observatory (Jantar Mantar), Amber Fort, Traditional Rajasthani Village lifestyle with traditional Rajasthani Culture and Food at Chokidhani.

Factory Visits :
Block Printing Works & Industries.