Edvour’s educational exposure program to Africa takes young learners along a beautiful journey of diverse cultures. Witness the birth-stories of human civilisation and the vastness of the African continent by covering the colossal Sahara Desert. Explore nature at its best through majestic waterfalls, national parks, and scenic Safaris.
Africa offers young learners to explore its majestic land and water forms with its majestic mountain ranges and rivers. Visit to South Africa to places such as Table Mountains, Robben Island, Sun City, Cape Point and V&A Waterfront will open up countless experiences for learners to remember. Young learners can enjoy the heat, sight and light of the desert in Egypt and rejuvenate in the cool, turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. Experience the world’s longest river, the Nile.
History enthusiasts will have their hands full while exploring the deep civilizational connects of India with the Egyptian civilisation. Step into the ancient marvels and wonders of the world through the stunning colossal monuments of Giza and the Great Sphinx in Egypt. Young learners from India will also get to trace the steps of ‘Mahatma Gandhi’ during their visit to South Africa.
Young learners get a chance to get up and close to cradle of mankind and experience Maropeng – a World Heritage Site in South Africa along with a visit to the Sterkfontein Caves. Edvour also offers a unique insight into the Pyramids in Egypt, known famous world offer for their architectural brilliance.
The amazing Kenya will allow young learns to experience first-hand the wonders of Kenya’s renowned wildlife heritage. Also at Kenya, one can visit tropical forests, beautiful beaches, deserts, climb mountains and explore the wild.
Learners can opt to discover the ecological charisma at Nile Perch, Lake Victoria, and by visiting the habitats of rare endemic carnivores – the African Lion and Leopard
The Atlantic Coast Country of Morocco gives students the opportunity to experience life in an ancient Arabic culture. Whether rambling through ancient medinas, sampling cuisine at a local Souq, or relaxing in the sun at a white-washed seaside town, the past is always there to be felt in this diverse and colourful country